One of the latest additions to Hammacher Schlemmer’s online catalog is a lie detector that works similar to the professional polygraph but allows you to perform tests at home. Read more
For a fun night out, the Bev-Bag has a secret pocket that holds up to 28 oz (850 ml) of your favorite drink, plus a hidden pour spout located on the outside of the bag. Read more
Those who want a rapid solution to having a vintage taste for their wine instead of looking for an old wine that got the taste within a few decades, can try the new product called UltraWineAger. Read more
Diamond+ is a new Bluetooth speaker that stands out with advanced features which make it a great entertainment system, a music and light therapy device, and a sleep aid device. Developed by Yantouch, the speaker synchronizes with your music aource to produce amazing light shows from 16 million colors, synchronized with the beats. You can set the mode to match your mood or event, choosing from solid, saturation, bright, flashing, alternating lights, and others. Read more
CreoPop is a 3D pen that allows you to create different 3D designs and is fun for both children and adults. The pen uses stereolithography and light-sensitive ink called photopolymers, so unlike other 3D pens on the market, CreoPop doesn’t use heat or melted plastic that produces unpleasant smells. Read more
Coming from the gaming peripherals manufacturer Roccat, Kone Pure Military is a new gaming mouse launched in several military themed styles, featuring a Pro-Optic 5000 dpi optical sensor, adjustable dpi, Adjustable Distance Control Unit, the Easy-Shift[+] technology, and customizable illumination. The mouse has high precision, is lag-free and allows you to assign two functions to every button. Read more
Whether you’re a fan of Christmas or not, there’s no escaping the Christmas adverts that have already arrived on our screens and, as we get closer to Christmas, we’ll likely see more of them, more regularly. For some, seeing the first influx of beautifully made adverts can be a sign of the magic of things to come and, as digital technology improves, the adverts do too.
Some adverts showcase the wonders of the brand they’re advertising while others tend to aim at the kids, hoping that their parents see them too and add the toy to the must-have list. Here are some of the ones you can expect to see over the coming days and weeks – whether you like it or not! Read more
Shopping at Tmart.com must be always a pleasure as long as you can find almost everything you want to buy in a single place, starting with gadgets, novelties and toys; and continuing with beauty products or holiday gifts. The store is one of my favorites because it combines a high variety of products with decent quality and affordability, as you probably guessed while reading my reviews for them. Read more
Winter evening crafts are not only a fun hobby but also a great way of saving money if you’re thinking of getting your friends and family personalised Christmas presents this year.
When the clocks go back in October it really starts to feel as though winter is setting in. Many people find outdoor activities less appealing and look to take up something creative to fill the hours. A crafting hobby also has the advantage that they are often inexpensive and could save you a few pounds over the Christmas period if your work can double as a gift or decorative piece around the home. This article looks at some great Christmas crafting ideas. Read more
Think solar power is boring? No way! Not only has it been around for a lot longer than you’d imagine, it could also be a key to exploring the universe. Read on for some strange and interesting facts about solar.
The idea of harnessing the sun’s energy has been around for a very, very long time. As far back as 700 B.C., people used glass lenses to magnify sunlight and start fires. In the 3rd century B.C., Greeks and Romans used mirrors to light religious torches. And according to legend, in around 212 B.C. Archimedes reflected sunlight off of bronze shields to set fire to the wooden ships of invading Romans. Read more