People kill themselves trying to look stylish, but now they don’t have to. No, this isn’t like “The Emporer’s New Clothes” in which everybody oohs and aahs over the imaginary item of clothing.
This is an actual non-light bending plexiglass helmet that turns into a perfectly designed head “airbag” from the slightest trigger. You can now be perfectly cool and safe rolling down the street on your string-thin fixie.
Smart Garden 3 by Click & Grow
Food technology is always looking for innovation, and Smart Garden 3 is here to bring it. Grow herbs without the stress that comes from watering, watching, and waiting. It uses “smart soil,” a NASA-inspired tech that optimizes growth by giving your plants the perfect amount of nutrients, water, and oxygen all thanks to built-in sensors.
Your herbs will grow quickly and they'll thrive thanks to the advantages of this device. The included Grow Lamp even speeds up the growing process, meaning you will have fresh, home-grown herbs faster than ever. Space-age tech is here to make your food taste better.
It seems like the evolution of handwriting has come full circle with the following device. Back in the day, humans would write letters with a quill. Eventually, this was replaced by the pen. And then along came the typewriter, which threw handwriting out of the window completely.
And since then, we have been used to typing our words with a variety of devices. But there's nothing quite like a beautiful, handwritten letter. So with this robot, you can type in the message you want written, and it will write it out for you! Or, you can just relearn how to handwrite...
The Toothpaste Squeezer
Who needs hands? This toothpaste roller squeezer is a genius little invention for people who don't know how to squeeze toothpaste (top squeezers, we're talking about you.)
Even those with the mightiest of grips can never fully get it right. With this, the roller will do all the work for you from the bottom to the top, just like a Drake song.
The Tablet Arm
Trying to watch a movie from the comfort of your own bed and you don't have a TV? Good luck with the laptop. The thing inevitably sinks into your sheets, or you end up craning your head too much when you're lying down.
Thankfully, for lazy folks like all of us, the tablet arm conveniently attaches to you to your bedside table and comfortably extends to the front of your face "Wall-E" style. You may never have to get up again.