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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

If you have ever wondered how to shoot 360-degree pictures and video with your iPhone then pay attention. You simply strap on the Giroptic iO ($249) 360-degree camera onto your iPhone and the rest is pretty familiar. The camera does the real-time image processing for some pretty amazing video and pictures. Not sure if this is any better than the Insta360 which is about...

Not sure what it is that draws me to bikes with fat tires. You know, like the Mongoose Beast, Dolomite, and Hitch style bikes. Yes, I know that they are horribly inefficient and have extra weight and rolling resistance. But they just look so cool. So, why not take it up a notch by using your old car tires and pop them on your bike? Well that is just what Mr-Mash did with his instructable....

As a kid I remember using a magnifying glass to start tiny fires and burn patterns into wood. Good times. Apparently the builder of this product, the Febo, had a similar love of focusing the suns power. The Febo makes engraving wood surfaces with magnified solar power easy and sorta stylish. Prices start at $44 and they even have cool stencils and protective UV glasses as well. ...

If you skimped on your iPhone or iPad storage capacity and are now running out of memory this $37 gadget might just save the day. The Transcend 32GB JetDrive Go 500 ($37) plugs into the Lightning port and allows for backups and direct storage. The other end of the JetDrive Go 500 is a USB port for quick transfers to your computer. The drive is available in gold or

If last years hover boards are starting to collect dust and aren’t getting used much, it may be time for a chair conversion. The HoverSeat ($89) is not only practical and fun but it is also safer than the standing model. We have all seen the videos of people falling on hover boards and many of us have actually experienced it first hand. Some of us even received injuries. Shout out to Margie. The HoverSeat...

If pork is your thing and you have ever had to shred it up with standard forks you know how much work it can be. The Beast Clawz ($13) make quick work of shredding pork, or any meat of that matter. They have comfortable handles that provide plenty of grip. No more cramping or burnt hands. These aren’t the cheap plastic shredder claws, they are made of BPA-free polymer that can withstand heat up to 450-degrees....

This gadget, the Tantalus Bottle Lock, is designed to lock the top of any liquor bottle preventing access without the key. It is made of strong polycarbonate, contours to various bottle necks, and is tamper-resistant. Why would you want to lock up your alcohol bottles this holiday season? Maybe you have some wild and curious kids visiting who might want to impress their cousins. Maybe your alcoholic uncle Bill is visiting. Or, possibly you are trying to keep yourself from...