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Posted on Dec 20 2017 - 10:38am by Steve M
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You can’t make this stuff up. Subtle Butt ($12 for 5) are antimicrobial activated charcoal pads that stick on to the inside of underwear to neutralize odors that pass through it. Who knows if it actually works. I certainly can’t test it as I don’t fart. This product raises so many questions that I had to list them. How did this product actually go from a bad idea to a real product? How did this product get over 300 reviews on Amazon? Who came up with the tagline “takes the bad part out of the fart”? Is...

Posted on Dec 19 2017 - 10:48am by gchoe
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Waterproof socks? Who knew? These sporty socks are pretty well reviewed and manage to allow your feet to breath while keeping them dry even if you step in a puddle. These high-tech waterproof socks are made of three layers to pull of this magic. Outer layer: 74% high waterproof nylon, 23% lycra, 3% elastane; Inter layer: high performance lightweight fabric with breathable and waterproof membrane; Lining: 64% coolmax, 3% lycra, 33% elastane.   ...

Up until now, most of the wearable camera options have been pretty dorky at best. Think Google Glass or Snapchat Spectacles. Two solid thumbs down.  The PogoCam has made an easy to use camera that is small enough to add on to your existing glasses (translation – small enough to not look dorky). The PogoCam glasses camera connects magnetically so you can easily add/remove it. The PogoCam is...

Posted on Nov 13 2017 - 7:50am by Russ
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While perusing Costco this past weekend I noticed a large insole kiosk. The kiosk was named “resa” and they were busy scanning folks feet and 3d printing insoles. Pretty cool idea. Surprisingly there are almost zero reviews of the RESA custom insoles. I will try and swing back over there later today and try a pair out. Update to come. ...

Posted on Aug 24 2017 - 8:54am by Ty G
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If you haven’t heard of Icon, they are craftsman who reincarnate classic vehicles. They mix the best of old and new to create amazing pieces. The Icon Duesey Watch manages to create something simplistic and timeless. The dial is made of onyx stone, the guts are swiss-made, the strap is alligator skin, and the body is 42mm’s of titanium. There will only be 50 numbered Icon Duesey Watches in the world at a price of $11,500 each. This is not some pre-existing watch with an ICON logo. This is a passionately developed project starting...

The FrontRow Wearable Lifestyle Camera ($399) is a tad less cringey than the Google Glasses. I am not sure I would want to have a conversation with someone wearing a camera/microphone pointed at me the entire time. I guess I am not the target customer because I am sure there are voyeuristic folks who will love the idea of the FrontRow camera. The FrontRow Pendant camera can create about two hours...

Posted on Jul 13 2017 - 10:33am by Russ
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After loosing two pairs of my favorite sunglasses (Maui Jim’s) to the ocean, I wondered why they don’t float. Hey Maui Jim please make your sport line-up of sunglasses float. Until then, here are some options for sunglasses that float. No need for the embarrassing leash or strap. ...

If you live in a household that doesn’t allow shoes, like mine, you quickly realize some people don’t like taking their shoes off. I’m not going to get into the reasons you should/shouldn’t take your shoes off when coming in from the outside. To each their own. So for the shoeless amongst us… there are two options; take off the shoes, or put on a plastic shoe cover. Shoe covers are great but not the most fun to put on over shoes. Enter the Kwik Cover Shoe Cover Dispenser ($69). Seriously, you have to watch...

Posted on Jun 5 2017 - 11:35am by Steve M
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For about $10 you can (become the laughing stock of your friends) have your own clip-on man-bun. Heck, you can even pick the color that best matches your hair color for excellent realism. ...

Posted on May 18 2017 - 10:22am by Russ
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Leave your surfboard or wakeboard at home. The SPORTSSTUFF Sumo Splash Guard ($115) is a crazy product with a strange name. This heavy-gauge PVC inflatable is worn like a protective suit and can be used for towing behind a boat or catching waves. Easier to see it in action, video after the break. ...