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Amazon continues with their quest to take over the world. Their latest product is a camera named the Amazon Echo Look ($200). After watching the Echo Look informational video, I realize that I am clearly not the target market. This isn’t a security camera but more of a wardrobe helper. Ok? Amazon Echo is still built-in so you can ask about the weather,...

Posted on Apr 18 2017 - 10:14am by gchoe
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Apparently this is a thing. A beach chair that has a hidden hole for your face and arm slots. This means you can use this chaise lounge on your back or frontside. Perfect for tanning your back while reading a book. Genius. Aptly named the Ostrich Chaise Lounge ($47) and available in blue, green, pink, and red with a weight capacity...

Posted on Apr 17 2017 - 10:09am by Pete M
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Your dog needs hydration just as much as you do, maybe more, so keep them in mind on your next outing. This gadget, the Highwave AutoDogMug ($20), makes it easy for both the owner and the pup. The water bowl fills up when you squeeze the bottle. Intuitive for the dog who already knows how to drink water out of a bowl. Heck, it even fits in your car’s cup holder. BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and holds 20-ounces of water. Video of this awesome doggy water bottle after...

Want to drink your cold beer without being harassed or ticketed? The Trinken Lid ($14) snaps on to your beer can and suspends it inside of large t0-go coffee cup from the likes of Starbucks, 7-Eleven, etc… Not only does this hide your beer but it also provides a layer of insulation to help keep it colder, longer. By suspending your beer inside the cup, the layer of air insulates your can, keeping it cold in the summer and your hands warm in the winter.  On a hot...

Ask not what your BBQ grill can do for you, but what you can do for your BBQ grill. Buy your backyard grill a Bakerstone Basics Pizza Oven Box Kit ($86) and bake gourmet pizzas in just 2-4 minutes. The ovens outside dimensions are 16.3″ wide, 14″ deep and 4.75″ tall. Outer housing made with heavy duty enameled steel with a refractory stone baking chamber. ...

Google collects and uses just about everything you give them. Think online searches, Google Now queries, Google Home conversations, etc… In some ways it is quite creepy, in others the contextual data helps make for better answers. If you lean more toward the “it’s creepy” side of things then you should head over to Google’s new portal for user account-related activities and do some house cleaning. Read on for the how to clear your google search history.

Like humans, some dogs are clean and some are disgusting and stinky. You know… the dog that finds a poop in the grass and proceeds to roll around in it. Yeah, that dog will definitely need more bathing which can be quite a messy and time consuming chore. Instead of using a bathtub and about 19-gallons of water, the Bissell BarkBath ($149) uses just 48-ounces of water. It also wets and drys your dog...

If you are on the move traveling to cities and countries where pickpockets and thieves flourish you might want to invest in a “smarter” bag. The Pacsafe AT80 has a few anti-theft features built-in to make it safer than you average travel bag. Designed for the active traveler, the Duffelsafe AT collection seamlessly integrates signature Pacsafe security features into a lightweight, water-resistant...

Apparently repairing a broken zipper is pretty easy. The ADSRO 6pc Zipper Repair/Replacement ($5) makes fixing a zipper a quick and painless event. It works on most zipper failures including split zipper tracks, broken sliders, and even missing teeth. You simply cut off the old zipper slide and clip on the new ADSRO zipper slide. Perfect...

Indoor cats outlive their outdoor counterparts by a large margin. In some cases they live 10 years more. Same goes for cats that are contained to your own backyard. That isn’t easy though. How do you contain a cat in a fenced backyard? They are climbing ninjas. Some crafty folks have come up with a fence topper system that is made of a four aluminum paddles that rotate freely. The