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LUMOback Posture Sensor at werd.com
LUMOback Posture Sensor

Remembering to sit up straight is easy to forget but bad posture leads to lower back pain, kicking off a rotten cycle of slouching and soreness. The LUMOback is a sensor band worn around the waist that uses bluetooth technology to send your movement & posture data to a compatible iOs device, which measures, maps & tracks your movements to help improve your posture.

BUY IT   $149 Also posted in Gadgets

LIT Tracker at werd.com
LIT Tracker

The reason nobody under 30 gives a squirt about activity trackers that count your steps is because unless you’re a retiree or a stroller mom, walking around isn’t really an “activity.’ Enter Lit, a new kind of activity tracker designed for action sports. It measures and tracks air time, distance, paddles, rotations, turns, G-forces, jumps, duration and more plus it links with a social-sharing app allowing users to create challenges, compete with others, or just brag about how big they went.

BUY IT   $99 Also posted in Gadgets

The Vamp at werd.com
The Vamp

She said to toss out those dusty old speaker cabinets, but we have a better idea. Slide them into the manroom and hook up The Vamp. This little device easily connects to the speaker & links with your Bluetooth music player to turn any old speaker into a wireless sound system.

BUY IT   $52 Also posted in Audio & Speakers

RetroN 5 Console at werd.com
RetroN 5 Console

The RetroN 5 is the latest version of the secretly worshipped universal retro video game system. Improving on the RetroN 4, the new system has 5 cartridge slots allowing vintage game nerds to use original NES, SNES, Genesis, Famicom, Game Boy Advance, Super Famicom, Mega Drive, Game Boy Color and Game Boy cartridges.

BUY IT   $ TBA Also posted in Games

Fuel Micro Charger at werd.com
Fuel Micro Charger

This keyring-size rechargeable backup power supply called Fuel is the world’s smallest cell phone charger. When you need 20-30 more minutes of juice, just plug into the little guy.

BUY IT   $20 Also posted in Gadgets

Soccket Energy-Harnessing Soccer Ball at werd.com
Soccket Energy-Harnessing Soccer Ball

The Soccket is a soccer ball that’s also a portable generator that provides reliable off-grid power. As you play, the ball stores up kinetic energy. When you’re done playing just plug in your electronics & power up. 30-minutes of play with the Soccket ball will power an LED light for up to 3 hours.

BUY IT   $99 Also posted in Gadgets

Canon Rebel SL1 at werd.com
Canon Rebel SL1

It seems like every few weeks Canon is releasing another new model in its proven, affordable Rebel line of DSLRs. In actuality, new models drop just a couple times per year. Here’s the new Rebel SL1; a powerful, lighweight camera that’s sure to make whatever you’re shooting with now obsolete. It shoots 18MP still images, offers full HD movie mode, plus it has a 3-inch touchscreen.

BUY IT   $649 Also posted in Photography

LSTN Headphones at werd.com
LSTN Headphones

No two pairs of LSTN headphones are the same because they get their one-of-a-kind looks from reclaimed exotic hardwoods. And not only do they look good, they sound good. Their charitable mission sounds pretty cool , too. Part of the proceeds from every pair sold helps hearing impaired kids in developing countries get hearing aids.

BUY IT   $50-100 Also posted in Audio & Speakers

Bowers & Wilkins Z2 at werd.com
Bowers & Wilkins Z2

Here are the two reasons why this speaker docking system is going to sound amazing: Bowers & Wilkins. If until now you were unfamiliar with this respected British audio brand, here  are two more reasons to get it: 1. It’s got AirPlay for wireless streaming. 2. It’s got a Lightning Connector for the latest generation iPhones & iPods. Cheerio.

BUY IT   $400 Also posted in Audio & Speakers

Airocide at werd.com
Airocide

Airocide is not death by flatulence, it’s just a funny name for a serious air purifier. This  was originally developed by NASA for use in the International Space Station. The technology  uses tiny rings covered in Titanium Dioxide to instantly kill nearly all airborne pathogens. Unfortunately, we can’t say for sure if the aforementioned flatulence is one of those pathogens.

BUY IT   $800 Also posted in Gadgets, Space
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