Category Archives: Gadgets
Do you feel vulnerable carrying your credit card, phone, cash, and other important items around with you in a purse? Do you like the idea of a fanny pack but hate the look of them? If so, we found this wonderful alternative to tell you about! The Go Belt is a simple and discreet product that you can use to carry around all your important items.
If you’re like me you’ve heard of the D Scope Pro. I disregarded this product as a gimmick looking to cash in by saying that it is a “VR” headset. Boy was I wrong. I love video games and I love new technology. I always have my ears open as to what new consoles or formats will be making their way into my living room. So if you’re like me then you know that a wave of Virtual Reality is about to hit the mainstream consumer line. Unlike the 3D fad of the past few years (remember all of those 3D Tv’s that were supposed to change the way we view television) virtual reality has a lot of major players placing their bets that people will buy into this latest trend. Remember two years ago when Facebook acquired Oculus for $2 billion in cash and stocks? Well all of that investment is coming to fruition as Oculus and other major brands like Samsung, Playstation, and HTC all roll out their VR headsets this year.
The new Fire TV Stick with Voice Remote from Amazon is the latest TV streaming device from the
company. It is the company’s attempt to find a happy medium between their existing Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. Confused? The Fire device is the high end model selling for $84.99. It has voice control, supports 4K, has more processing power, more games, and expandable storage. The Amazon Stick is priced at $39.99 and is primarily used just to stream TV (in 1080p). It is small and discreet, and plugs directly into your television’s HDMI port.
The Lock Wallet is a new product looking to take advantage of consumers scared of credit card fraud. Are they wrong for doing so? Absolutely not. In fact I commend them for bringing attention to yet another way that cyber thieves can steal credit card information. If you haven’t seen the Lock Wallet As Seen On Tv commercial, check it out below.
For anyone old enough to remember using them you know the perks and limitations that came with using a Polaroid instant camera. Now with the Polaroid Snap a new generation is introduced to this classic piece of photography equipment. The new Polaroid Snap Instant Digital Camera is a modern twist on analog photography that instantly prints 2 x 3 photos. But gone is the big and bulky design of yesteryear.
It’s October, which tells me one thing: It’s soon time to think about decorating for the holidays. And guess who is relegated to hanging up the Christmas lights? That’s right, I am. It’s a terribly cumbersome job that I never look forward to. So this year I decided I was going to try something new. A friend told me about this product called Star Shower.
I am a regular user of super glue. I am clumsy, I have a giant 125 lb dog that does not realize that she is 125 lbs, and I have a toddler that is constantly pulling things off of any shelf she can reach. So when I saw the commercial for Five Second Fix (see below), I was cautiously interested. First off, if you haven’t seen the 5 Second Fix commercial it’s a little over the top for what essentially looks like super glue. The 5 Second Fix As Seen On Tv ad doesn’t refer to its product as super glue but instead touts it as a plastic welding kit. The ad claims that the product is extremely clean and easy to use. You apply the resin on the desired surface and “weld” it with the device’s UV light. The UV light acts as a hardening agent when it comes into contact with the liquid glass block sealer compound.
As we use cars in our daily errands and on the occasional out of the ordinary trip, the range of things we need to keep close while driving also increased. From a drink cup or two (if, for example, you need a cup of coffee but also water or another refreshing drink) to keys, headsets, mobile phone, maybe even a tablet or other gadgets and so on, the list grows ever larger. In order to keep up with everything we need to have close as the car tends to become a second home, car accessory organizers such as the Car Valet have become more and more a necessity, but there still aren’t that many of them on the market. This is why I decided to try out the Car Valet As Seen on TV for myself and see if this cup holder insert is as good as promised.
As a man, I honestly never thought that I would need a pouch purse or any kind of purse holder for my car. I never really thought that a manbag was, well, very manly at all, let alone a car purse holder. I usually just grab my stuff in my arms when I walk out of the house in the morning and then sprawl them on the back seat of my car. I might not be the most organized person in the world, but I usually (I admit, not all the time) know where everything is. I never realized until recently just how much stuff I had to carry around with me all day and how much they can become a pain in the rear in my car. That’s when I learned that I need a product like the purse pouch.
It doesn’t exactly happen all the time, but when it does, it’s cause for celebration. You probably know what we’re talking about: some As Seen on TV products simply seem too good to be true. They make a lot of promises, in terms of both affordability and efficiency. And, then, they fail to follow through on these promises due to shoddy design or high pricing compared to other competing products on the market. Well, I’m here to tell you that this is definitely not the case with the Bit 360 multi bit screwdriver. Check out today’s Bit 360 review, for an unbiased, albeit enthusiastic overview of this modular screwdriver which comes complete with a full screwdriver bit set. I’m basically convinced you’ll want to own one too once you’re done reading.