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Gather up all of your scented candles and oils and throw them in the garbage. Feel better? If not, you may be interested in Moodo’s Wi-Fi-connected, Alexa-supported scent machine that can make your home smell like an ashram spa or beach party. 
Debussy’s Nathaniel headphones are 4G-enabled, so you don’t need to connect it to a phone or computer to play music. Instead, you control it through these LCD screens. They’re only in prototype phase at the moment, but that velvet sure is real. 
Lost something metallic in the bushes? Did you drop your ring or necklace in a pond? Or are you prospecting for a rare kind of earth metal? If ever you need to pinpoint the exact location of a metallic object, you’ll be better off with the Garrett 1140900 Pro-Pointer AT Waterproof Pinpointing Metal Detector. The Pro-Pointer has engineered with the highest sensitivity settings to help you narrow down your metal detection field so you can easily home in on the target. The Pro-Pointer comes with 3 levels of sensitivity so you can fine-tune your metallic-finding exploits and help you zero-in.
We live in a time of input overload. The Sky box, your Blu-ray player, the new Amazon Fire Stick, Apple TV, streaming off your laptop or Chromecast from your mobile. Caavo fixes the confusion, configuring your eight most-used devices in one universal hub. It streamlines navigation, already works with Alexa (Siri and Google are coming) and doesn’t try to compete for your attention.
Got a friend who’s really into karaoke? This is the perfect gift for her. All she needs is an IRig karaoke microphone and a smartphone to make it work. Just hook the microphone into the headphone slot on your phone and then turn on the app for all your memory-making jams. You can find the iRig at various online retail outlets, including Amazon for $35.
Garmin’s high-end GPS system was really well rated on CNET. It is a really accurate GPS device with turn-by-turn navigation. It also has the most accurate voice command capability we have seen, says del Conte, which is great for not having to take your hands off the wheel. It also functions as a media player for your kids to watch videos or read books when the device is not in use.
What do you get the man that has everything? The answer: an AI PA. That’s where Temi wheels in. It’s your home’s smart hub, your hands-free video-call system, your video and games console, your personal DJ, your connection away from home, your photographer and more! Temi can recognise you, know your preferences and is constantly learning to optimise itself to your routines.
Corn peelers slide over an ear of corn to seamlessly remove kernels and stop you from having to deal with messy cobs. But unless you have small children at home, save yourself some cash and opt for a knife to peel your corn. These toppings for grilled corn on the cob are perfection.
The Swift backpack from Taiwan-based Tronnovate Design is a daypack that stands out for its unique closure; a zipper that zigzags the length of the pack, allowing quick, easy access to everything inside, without having to rummage like a top-loader or spill everything out like a clamshell design. The pack also has an internal sleeve for tablet or laptop & a drawstring pouch for sweaty gym gear. A funded Kickstarter.
QALO, you win. Best line I’ve read all month: After getting married we realized what a nuisance wearing our traditional wedding band was. I know, right? Suddenly women at after-work happy hour are turning down your…

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