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Fitbit Wireless Activity Tracker Review

on Friday, August 26th, 2011

We all know that we should exercise regularly to stay fit and healthy, but doing so can be a real chore. Using gadgets to keep us excited about our workouts is just one way to stay inspired to keep up good habits. One such gadget that can help you keep track of your fitness activities Read More…


Is this a Gadgeteer Worthy Nail Clipper?

on Friday, August 5th, 2011

You might remember my review of the Klhip nail clippers which have a really cool design, but a price tag that is very prohibitive. Guess what? I’ve found another pair of clippers that look just as cool (maybe more) but cost considerably less. They are the Pour Homme Ultra Slim Nail Clippers. They feature a Read More…


Klhip Nail Clippers Review

on Saturday, April 23rd, 2011

If you could reinvent an often used product to make it better, which product would it be? Are fingernail clippers at the top of your list? They were for the folks that are offering the new Klhip Ultimate Nail Clippers. They have taken the nail cutting device that we’ve all used for years and brought Read More…


Can a pulsing light solve your insomnia problems?

on Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Maybe the NightWave can. This is a small device that you place on your bedside table that uses a soft blue light to silently guide your breathing and focus your mind. Users lie with their eyes open and synchronize their breathing with the rise and fall of the soft light as its movement becomes slower Read More…


aXbo sleepphase alarmclocks get a smart snooze feature

on Monday, March 7th, 2011

The aXbo Sleepphase Alarm Clock knows the perfect time to wake you up and now it knows just the right length of time to let you snooze when you press the snooze button. aXbo has launched a new feature called iSnooze which considers your sleep phases unlike snooze features that wake you at fixed intervals. Read More…


What do you get when you cross a helmet, lasers and earphones?

on Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

You get the iGrow hair restoration helmet. No, I’m not kidding. The iGrow features 21 laser diodes and 30 LED lights that are built into this hands-free device.  The picture above might look like the helmet is melting your brain, but it’s really designed to stimulate hair follicle growth while allowing you to listen to the soundtrack Read More…


Philips Norelco SensoTouch 3D Electric Razor Review

on Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Back in high school and a majority of college, I used the Norelco 885RX electric razor you see in the middle of the picture below (I agree, I could not believe I still had it as well). It was well used and dying quickly. In my junior year, I was given the sterling silver straight Read More…

Withings will introduce a blood pressure monitor for your iPhone

By: I Yarom
on Sunday, February 6th, 2011

Withings, the producer of the WiFi body scale, is going to introduce a blood pressure monitor that connects to any iOS device. The device comes with an iOS application that can display your current pressure reading, while also automatically tracking previous results. The blood pressure monitor is a new addition to the existing medical apps Read More…


Ikon Razor Review

on Monday, January 10th, 2011

Shaving  each day is a chore that I do grudgingly.  To spice it up a bit I volunteered to review the Ikon Razor, which turned out to be a “back to the future” experience.  Shaving is not one of my top 10 fun things to do, but in the interest of providing the readers information and seeing if Read More…


ElliptiGO – An elliptical machine that you can ride to work

on Thursday, December 16th, 2010

The ElliptiGo is a strange looking scooter / bicycle style vehicle that can get you from point A to point B, while giving you a great workout at the same time. We’ve all seen elliptical machines at the gym, but this one isn’t stationary (unless you also purchase an optional indoor stand) and has been Read More…


Ultra ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litterbox Review

on Friday, December 3rd, 2010
Posted in: Pet Gadgets, Reviews

I think I saw a bumper sticker once that read  “Dogs have owners; Cats have staff”.  This is certainly true in our household and one of the staff functions I least like to do is clean the litter box.  The folks at Scoop Free think they have the answer with their Ultra Scoop Free Self-Cleaning Read More…


TAC Drive Review

By: Don Zelazny
on Monday, October 18th, 2010

The TAC Drive is one serious thumb drive.  Thumb drive just doesn’t cut it, so the company calls this thing a Digital Doc Tag!! It even comes with standard army issue  steel chain to fling it around your neck if you like!


Control your mind with the an iPhone and PLX XWave

on Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Connect this somewhat goofy looking headset to your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, load one of 4 apps and you’ll be well on your way to complete mind control. Ok, I doubt that’s really true… but the PLX XWave does look kind of interesting if it can actually help you increase your focus and relaxation Read More…


SmartCrutch – A Crutch for the 21st Century

By: cobinrox
on Friday, September 3rd, 2010

This is a product I hope to never have to review, but for anyone with mobility issues, it does look like a better way to help you get around.  Plus it comes in hot pink, how bad could it be? This is the SmartCrutch, an ergonomic crutch with a multitude of adjustable settings (perfect for Read More…

Heart Wizard software comes with ear/finger clip for monitoring and CD to download software.  It's a very easy install and ready to use in a short time.

Heart Wizard Software Review

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Thursday, July 29th, 2010

In this society of diets, exercise programs, macrobiotics, probiotics and even a First Lady offering her opinions on the nationwide struggle with obesity, Advanced Wellness Solutions (AWS) has taken this nation’s health concerns a step further.  Heart Wizard ( is an online wellness tracking service that is designed to spotlight health trends in the user’s Read More…

Wait, Don’t Scratch that Mosquito Bite!

on Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Instead of scratching, you can use the USB Itching Removal Instrument from Brando. This device doesn’t use chemicals to stop the itch from insects, it uses electronic and optical spectrum technology. Yeah, I have no idea what that means either… But if you have a few mosquito bites that are driving you crazy, this device Read More…


Fight Electro-Smog

on Friday, June 11th, 2010

What the heck is electro-smog you ask. It is invisible electromagnetic fields (EMFs) generated by the electronics which surround us daily. The Q-Link Mini is a thin, lightweight button designed to attach easily to any personal electronic device, from cell phones and Bluetooth headsets, to portable game consoles and MP3 players. The button is programmed with Read More…


Polar and Nike+ Introduce the Polar WearLink

on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

The new Polar WearLink makes heart rate based training available to Nike+ users. If you own a Nike+ SportBand or the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit, you can use the WearLink chest strap to provide heart rate monitoring while you run. After working out, heart rate data can be transferred to the web service, providing Read More…


Moji Knee and Back Pain Relief Products Review

By: Andrew Morrow
on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

I’m going to buck a trend here and say that getting older, by and large, does not suck as much as I was led to believe.  I’m 32 and while half of my readers will be saying something akin to, “Old? That’s not old! I’m old! That young sapling is talking foolishness again!”, it’s nevertheless Read More…


When You’re Too Tired to Look Down at Your Wrist

By: cobinrox
on Thursday, April 29th, 2010

As part of my “How Friggin’ Lazy Are You??” quest, check out this Talking Heart Rate Monitor and MP3 player from Hammacher Schlemmer.  It reports your heart rate to you aurally while providing a 1GB MP3 player.  Neat idea, but 1GB may be too limiting for some.  Comes with a chest strap and USB cable.  Read More…

Claims to offer knee support during runs

Kneed Support? Opedix Knee Support Running Tights

By: cobinrox
on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Opedix offers several interesting garments: the first is a set of tights that claim to provide knee support, targeted towards runners (there is also a set for skiers).  The second is a posture-improving-shirt.  I’m always on the lookout for knee support so I downloaded the Opedix running tights’ information sheet. It looks like they may Read More…

Home Page View of the Pink Pad Cycle predictor. This will alternately show how many days left in an active cycle, date of estimated next cycle and next fertile days. Screenshot courtesy of House of Palm. com

“Aunt Flo’s” Next Visit? There’s an App for That

By: Elizabeth Daugherty
on Monday, March 1st, 2010
Posted in: Reviews

Wouldn’t It Be Nice? To start with, I’m not a big cell phone fan.  In fact, I have a reproduction of a turn of the century candlestick phone…you  know.. the kind where you hold the earpiece to your ear but speak into a mouthpiece mounted on a slender structure? It works just fine for me.  Read More…


Withings WiFi Body Scale Review

on Monday, February 22nd, 2010

I like to keep track of stuff. All kinds of stuff… I keep a text file where I add notes for all kinds of things that I don’t want to forget. Since I have a horrible memory, this text file comes in handy quite often. I also keep a list of books that I’ve read, Read More…


Manta Ray helps reduce neck pain during squats

on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

This may only be of interest to a small subset of you gadgetites out there, but I found it interesting nonetheless.  The Manta Ray from Advanced Fitness, Inc. is a patented device that can help alleviate neck pain when performing a squat exercise.  Made of molded polyurethane, it features a notch that grips the squat Read More…


“I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get Up” Goes GSM and GPS

on Wednesday, January 27th, 2010
Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News, Reviews

Remember the “Help I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” TV commercials from the 80′s? The advertised product was a personal emergency response system (PERS) for seniors that included a base station and a pendant that interfaced with an analog phone to dial out for help when the pendant’s button was pressed. MobileHelp is a Read More…