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Their familiar waffle-texture is as appealing as their delicate, thin crust and the powder sugar that is normally lightly dusted on top. Now you can bring this splendid dessert home, serving 5-inch wafers as-is or rolled and stuffed with delicious fillings cannoli-style in as little as 30 seconds. G
Ti Rod Tactical’s Titanium Palm Cap Stick might be the most strangely versatile piece of EDC you can hang around your neck. The 5 long x 0.44 in diameter piece is made of an aerospace grade 5 titanium rod, surrounded…
Modern life never leaves us in one place for long. Racing to work, exercising, grabbing dinner, traveling cross-country or putting our feet up at home — we’re always doing something. And, living in an age lush with innovation, there’s some system or gadget for seemingly every single something we’re doing. So while there’s still a lot to be said for leaving the phone (temporarily) behind, we are aware that technology can improve our quality of life. Fads and extraneous gadgetry may rule the newsfeed, but there’s a definite core cadre of electronics that make life substantially better.
Just got SleepPhones, which are headphones within a soft fuzzy headband for listening to music/podcasts while you fall asleep. I am literally incapable of falling asleep without a podcast, while my fiancé needs either light music or silence. These are so much more comfortable to wear than earbuds, she can’t hear my podcasts at ALL, and the sound quality is amazing. It’s only been two nights but I love them and have no idea how I lived without them, hahah! —Kathleen M., Facebook
Want fun insta pics to share with your friends? Prynt basically turns your smartphone into a Polaroid camera. Just pop on the special phone case, take a picture and hit print. Then stick the image to your fridge or string a bunch of photos together and put it all over your house to remind you of the fun holiday festivities. The Prynt phone case retails for $150 and can be found on Amazon, Best Buy, Target and Urban Outfitters.
Perfecting your golf swing takes years and years of practice, dedication and hard work. But with the Zepp Golf 3D Swing Analyzer, you’ll be closer to perfecting your drives in no-time! If you’re an analytics-driven guy, this little device (and its app) is the perfect gadget for you. It simply attaches to the back of your glove, and it wirelessly sends data to your smartphone. It tracks your swing with various metrics such as club head speed, swing plane, hand path, tempo, backswing position, hip rotation and more. It even pops out a swing score each time so that you can work on your golf game. Then, you can even compare your swing directly to PGA Tour Pros via video. It also works to analyze your baseball swing and other similar motions.
Nobody likes charging their phone, but Native Union’s extra long Night charging cables get the job done in style. No matter what phones the women in your life use, Native Union has a cable for them — lightning for iPhone and Micro USB or USB C for Android. 
This clever cutting board includes a tablet stand a handy splash guard to protect it from flecks of veggie juice. It also doubles as a knife block so you can keep your eyes on the cooking tutorial playing on the tablet screen.
The Schrade SCHA5B M.A.G.I.C. folding knife listing neglects to explain its M.A.G.I.C. acronym, so at first I thought maybe it didn’t stand for anything, that the caps and dots are just there for their imposing, visual…
When you purchase ShippingPass you don’t have to worry about minimum order requirements or shipping distance. No matter how small the order or how far it needs to go, ShippingPass provides unlimited nationwide shipping. If you need to return or exchange an item you can send it back at no cost or take it to your neighborhood store.
Del Conte said many of the women she polled on Twitter said they wanted the new Storm. People love their BlackBerries, but want a touchscreen phone like the iPhone. Also, Verizon customers wanted a touchscreen option as well because they weren’t willing to leave AT&T. The Storm is only about 2 weeks old and it is really popular so far. It is sleek and shiny and it is a great messaging phone altogether. The touchscreen is different because you have to actually push down on the phone to activate a function. It also is able to run several applications at once, which is something the iPhone can’t do.
4. Open Sesame Bagel Slicer ($15): Become a magician with this quirky tool that holds your bagel while you slice it down the center. It’s a heck of a lot safer than the alternative, plus you get to pretend that you’re chopping your lovely assistant in half. (It’s magic, of course).
3. Cheaper than a face-lift. The HiMirror Mini analyzes your wrinkles, dark circles and pores and gives you a score. It makes health and beauty recommendations and stores the data so you can make changes and see improvements. And, of course, it’s Amazon Alexa-enabled. It will sell for about $249 summer; other HiMirrors are already available.

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