When it comes to breakfast sandwiches, two is always better than one. And with this no-stick dual-sando press, you can make two egg/cheese/bacon bombs in about 5 minutes instead of sitting in a line for the less-tasty drive-thru.
A lightbulb & bluetooth speaker in one. No kidding. Screw it into the socket then control both the bulb and the speaker from the Playbulb app. Mood & music, handled.
Guys will boldly dip our fingers into all kinds of sketchy places. But for even the bravest among us, sink & bathtub drains clogged with hair and other nastiness are a no go. And the TWEAK ensures you’ll never have to probe these vile orifices again. Just pinch it and pitch it, no touching required. Available in 4 colors for both sink & tub. A funded Kickstarter project.
Natural walnut woodgrain highlights this collection of clean, modern office accessories from Grovemade. From a stand for your display to mouse pad, phone charger, pen cup, to cases for iPad & iPhone, they’ve got the good wood.
Inside this 2.5 gallon per-minute rainfall-style showerhead is a bluetooth speaker that lets you stream music, news, and calls in the shower. The water-resistant speaker pops out for easy recharging and/or use outside of the shower.
Finding your tool should be easy. And that’s precisely the thinking that brought about this rolling 52” tool cabinet from Husky. It’s got see-though glass-front drawers and inside each drawer is a rear-mounted LED light that makes everything easier to find.
Simple and clever. A clean, space-saving design. Heat resistant to 400 degrees. This is roll-up over-the-sink drying rack made with silicone-coated steel is really smart even without an app, OS, or touchscreen.
British furniture designer Jake Phipps is the artist who created these bullet-casing stools. Available in brass or silver finish, they’re made of lightweight, durable polycarbonate and stand about 18-inches tall. You can also get custom configurations made like a bench or platform for a glass-top table.
The Nest Smart thermostat is so 2011 & actually seems stupid compared to the Lyric. The Lyric is connected to an app, the internet & the National Weather Service so it knows the weather outside & adjusts the inside accordingly. It does a lot of other stuff too, so you don’t have to. Available August 2014.
Behold the smart fan. Equipped with SenseMe Technology, it turns on when you enter the room and then off when you leave. It also monitors the temp and adjusts accordingly to keep it at your desired level; and the more you use it, the more it learns about your preferences and habits.