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Posted on Aug 14 2017 - 8:55am by Russ
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Not something I would typically look at or write about, but after watching this video I am trying to find a reason to own this $999 tool. Basically the Arbortech AS170 is a reciprocating brick and mortar saw. It makes easy work of cutting concrete, bricks, mortar, etc… It is quick and doesn’t cause the over-cuts that happen with a traditional rotating saw blade. I have been walking around the yard looking for a wall to cut. Video of the Arbortech AS170 after the break.

Posted on Aug 11 2017 - 10:19am by Steve M
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The car sunshade is great for protecting the dash and interior of your car while keeping the interior temperature down a bit. All fine and dandy, but the Car Full Of Cats Sunshade is so much more. For one, duh, it makes it look like you have a car full of cats but more importantly it lets the world know you DGAF. It is 50″ x 27.5″ which should fit most cars. Includes two suction cups for easy installation. ...

If you, or someone you know, has to check their blood sugar frequently the iHealth Smart Glucometer ($29.95) might be worth a look. It is FDA approved and makes it easy for gluco-monitoring and sharing this data with your doctor. This lightweight, portable glucometer works with the iHealth Gluco-Smart app to measure and save your readings on your secure iHealth account, and lets you share them with your doctor or family members right from your touchscreen....

You worked hard putting all of that food in your belly. Now the sink is full of dirty dishes and the last thing you want to do, besides clean the dishes, is burn off all of those coveted calories. Save your precious energy and break out the Black & Decker GrimeBuster Pro. The GrimeBuster Pro is powered by a rechargeable battery...

Posted on Jul 31 2017 - 8:56am by gchoe
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The FormBox is a desktop vacuum former for making small/medium sized objects. Think 3D scanner and 3D printer mixed together. You hook the FormBox to your household vacuum cleaner and can quickly form objects from existing items. Perfect for making plastic products or molds for other items. What is vacuum forming? Vacuum forming is a large industrial process traditionally found in factories. With...

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. ...

Apparently about 100,000 kids get injured in the USA per year while playing on trampolines. Quite a bit of the injuries are related to those big metal springs that encircle the jumping mat. One fellow, Dr. Keith Alexander, didn’t like the stats and designed a spring free trampoline. The SpringFree Trampoline is available in a bunch of sizes and comes with a hefty warranty. Trampolines aren’t just for kids, get your credit card out ASAP.   ...

Delta Faucet Company has come out with some water shaping technology for their newest kitchen faucets called ShieldSpray. They combine a precise jet of water to blast grime while containing the mess with a curtain of water. You have to see it to understand it (video...

If you have ever had to deal with a mouse or rat infestation you know how frustrating it can be. They are expert breeders and multiply quite quickly. With every problem comes a multitude of solutions, this one might be the most unique. The “Walk The Plank Mouse Trap” ($25) is similar to the way pirates executed traitors...

Considering my obsession with a good bug-out bag I try and think of everything I “could” need when SHTF. I recently ran in to these awesome compressed towels, or as I like to call them Compressed Coin Toilet Paper. In reality they are much more than just TP. You can get 200 pieces for just $23 and they come in convenient 50-pack bags which have individually wrapped packs of TP coins. This particular brand is called the