Everyone past their mid-twenties benchmark starts feeling at least some amount of mild back pain occasionally. It doesn’t necessarily signify a health problem, it just means that the demands of modern life are sometimes a little too much for the complex nerve and bone system of our backs. If you have a habit of working out, which would of course be more than good news for your health, then things may potentially be even worse: even if working out can be good for your back, intense activity may also spring up some short-term pain. This is why special equipment to prevent and alleviate back pain (or joint pain) has become so popular and so useful in the past decades. The Copper Fit Back Pro was designed to act like a compression brace for your lower back area, meant to prevent and alleviate pain, while also providing a cushion-like comfort for your back area.
Even if strawberry isn’t your favorite fruit from the whole array of options and flavors available, it’s surely somewhere in the Top 5, surely. Strawberry is a flavor impossible not to love, and the fruit itself is so commonly found in a wide range of pastries, ice-creams, jams and ice-creams that we could easily conclude that America loves strawberries. The supermarket prices per ounce of strawberries confirm that, on a less cheerful note: we must love strawberries indeed considering they can be pretty pricey. Unfortunately, the price isn’t the only issue one could have with this fruit: strawberries are much more fragile than say, apples and pears, and therefore become mushy and lose much of their charm after just a day or two of sitting in the shelves. That’s where the climbing strawberry plants comes into play.
Isn’t it lovely that nowadays you can do so many things with your smartphone? Some critical voices say that the increasing use of smartphones has taken over our lives, keeping us always hunched over their mesmerizing touchscreens, out of any real contact with the people around us and under permanent fake contact with virtual friends we never see. But I’m an optimist, and the recent studies regarding the use of smartphones confirm my version of the story over the pessimistic version: I say that smartphones are actually one of the best things which technology ever brought with it. They really do help us get in touch even with old colleagues we wouldn’t normally be in contact with anymore, and they also give us a lot of practical benefits and perks beyond social networks: a GPS system, the possibility to take snapshots and videos easily, the ability to browse the internet and listen to music and so on. That’s when I found a new as seen on tv product. I decided to buy Clever Grip.
When I initially saw the Grab Bags As Seen on TV commercial, I really said to myself this is exactly the kind of thing I need to make the whole shopping experience easier. While I love to shop as much as the next average consumer does, sometimes the experience can feel like a chore, especially when you’re shopping for more than a juice bottle and a snack. We probably all know how it’s like to struggle with pushing the shopping cart with one hand, holding the personal bag hanged on our wrist, and trying to handle the shopping and coupons and money and so on with the remaining hand. God forbid that our phone should ring at the same time. It would be chaos until everything would be just piled in the shopping cart so we can answer the phone and then go dig for the shopping list through the products already in the cart!
As soon as I saw the latest commercial for the As Seen on TV furniture mending solution called Scratch Aide, I felt intrigued enough to pick up a bottle for myself. I had to try it as soon as possible. This product is from the same manufacturer who makes Dutch Glow. Especially since spring is here and we all know it theoretically time for one of the year’s major home cleaning sprees, during April and May we all become acutely aware of how old and tarnished some of our furniture looks like. Instead of having a complete reconditioning done by actual wood workers or furniture reconditioning teams, jobs which cost a lot more than a simple wood scratch repair solution, trying out this product seemed a wonderful idea, even if it sounded a little too good to be true. For the relatively low price, I was willing to take the risk, only to find out for myself if the product worked or not. Well, I was definitely pleasantly surprised by the results. Read on to see the details.
The Eggstractor is an As Seen on TV product that can best be described as an egg peeling machine. This automatic egg peeler is here to help you save time otherwise wasted on the painstaking process of removing the peel off your hardboiled eggs. Now, this might seem trivial and nearly laughable to anyone who loathes eggs – and if you are one of those people, may I just ask who you are and what is wrong with you? I, for one, hail from the school of thought that says eggs are actually the only actual miracle food out there. They’re packed with awesome protein, plus all of that good cholesterol that will keep your heart and circulatory system healthy well into your olden days. So, naturally, the idea of an egg peeler that would do all the dirty work for me sounded appealing. I watched the infomercial, called, ordered, and took the Eggstractor out for a spin. I figured, with Easter fast approaching, this would be a good investment. So what do you think I found out? Does the product actually work, or is it complete bogus? Read on, for the rest of my review.
I’m going to be completely honest with you here: I hate cleaning. And I particularly hate scrubbing stains. However, since I share an apartment with two pets and really enjoy cooking, stains crop up far more often than I would like them to. Now, I also feel I have to mention that I’m not a big fan of the ShamWow guy. Sure, the super absorbent towel he advertised along with countless other infomercial apparitions was not all that bad – but I do find the guy to be generally annoying. Yet when given the opportunity, I decided to take a risk on Invinceable, a new all-in-one cleaning solution advertised by none other than Vince Offer, a.k.a. the ShamWow guy. Is this cleaning spray any better than good old Lysol spray or is it just a case of excessive As Seen on TV hype? Check out my Invinceable review right below and don’t hesitate to let me know what you thought of the product.
Since it’s still cold out here in the home state, I decided I would finally give in to all the hype, infomercials, and pop culture references and buy myself a Snuggie. Now, in case you’ve never heard of the already famous fleece blanket with armholes and sleeve, it’s time you got with the program and joined the rest of the planet on loving (or loathing) the Snuggy. One thing is for sure: this item is so aggressively marketed that not I, nor anyone else who’s into buying As Seen on TV products, can remain indifferent to it. Check out my review of the Snuggie blanket below – but first, allow me to explain just what it is and how it’s supposed to be used.
As winter progresses, snow in our area has given in to a sort of messy, dirty slush. And it’s not just that it looks ugly and messes up the traffic – it also causes a ton of puddles and stains around the house. Add to this the fact that my kitchen, like all loved kitchens, is usually dirty from one spill or another. Bottom line: I really needed a solution to deal with all the cleaning up I have to do this time of the year. That’s when I saw a Shamwow infomercial on TV and thought I might give the product a try.
I’m not exactly the type of person you would typically call a ‘gym rat’. I have worked out before and usually enjoy it. I find the exhilaration of meting goal of deadlifts or bench presses highly satisfying. Considering my New Year’s resolution to focus on becoming healthy and lean (rather than obsessing over numbers on a scale), I decided to give the P90X system a go. I’d heard a lot of good things about this intense fitness and nutrition plan. I also saw the infomercials and felt really curious about experiencing it first-hand. I wanted to know what all the fuss is about. Does the P90X really work as advertised? Will it make you totally ripped in no more than three months? Read my P90X review to find out what my experience with this program was like.