10 April, 2017
10 April, 2017
9 April, 2017
Scuttlebutt has it that he likes that, Calvin.
8 April, 2017
Tweebot is a battery-powered device that lets you control your phone with your voice, which might be useful if the phone didn’t already do that itself. Unfortunately, per the customer reviews, it won’t stay connected to your phone, and generally doesn’t work. It’s also twice the price of the Amazon Echo Dot, which is basically the same product, and seems like an awkward way to accomplish anything online, but seems to work reliably.
7 April, 2017
These small adhesive strips are used to tape your eyelids together to make your eyes look “beautiful & youthful.” (Check out the manufacturer’s photos to see how it works.) There are several competing products, like Eye Magic, Dream Look, and EasyLift, but my favorite variant on this is NeckTite, which is the same thing, but for your neck.
6 April, 2017
This countertop device brags that it “eliminates waste” by charging you an insane amount to mix a pre-made packet of flavoring with liquor. If pouring a premade mixer and a shot of liquor into a cup is beyond your abilities, then this is not the solution.
If you absolutely must have a liquor-maker on your countertop, then at least this thing makes slushies.
5 April, 2017
4 April, 2017
DubStein claims to be “the world’s first Bluetooth stereo speaker with beverage integration.” If you’ve ever wanted to drink beer out of a bluetooth speaker, your dreams have finally come true, I guess.