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The Ultimate Inflatable Air Lounge

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The KAISR Original is a super comfy, lightweight, easy to carry lounge chair, that inflates within seconds. It’s designed for ultimate relaxation, anywhere, anytime. The KAISR Original is fun to use and will last a lifetime. It’s perfect for those sunny days at the beach or at the park. Or even to bring along to the music festivals.

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Deal Of The Day: It’s A Giveaway! The Phantom 4 by DJI

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Not every deal post is a deal post. Sometimes it’s a giveaway, like today. And we’re pretty pumped about this one. The DJI Phantom 4 is the king of drones, as far as we’re concerned. It’s a $1,400 masterpiece. And you could win it by entering this giveaway!

This exquisite piece of machinery is redefining what it means to fly a drone. With photo quality unheard of for a flying camera, and technology that gives NASA a run for its money, Phantom 4 will fly harder, better, and faster than you ever imagined possible.

Enter now for your chance to win!

What do you have to do? Follow the link below, and just enter. It’s free to try!

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ManCan Lets You Take Your Keg Outdoors

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What better combination than a cool afternoon hike, and a cold crisp beer straight out of a keg? The ManCan lets you carry your suds along with you, on your back, wherever your exploring ways take you.

The ManCan is a personal keg system that keeps your favorite beer fresh, carbonated, and delicious — the way it should be. Available in indestructible, 128oz (one-gallon) or 64oz (half-gallon) stainless steel. Two tap systems with the Perfect Pour Regulator can top these bad boys for the ultimate experience.

Each kit comes with two CO2 cartridges, a packet of cleaning tablets, and everything else you need to enjoy some malt liquor while off the beaten path. Or, you know, at home.

Prices start at $195.

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Million Mile Light Requires No Battery

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Runners need to be seen at night. There’s a slew of LED lights on the market to help them with this, but the Million Mile Light stands out by requiring absolutely no battery, ever. It uses the kinetic energy from your every stride to power a pulsating LED light that’s bright enough to be seen up to 200m away. The IPX4 rating means it’s completely weatherproof and splashproof, and best of all, it costs all of $23.

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The Suvet, 50% Suit, 50% Duvet, 100% Awesome

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As far as we’re concerned nap time is pretty much all the time. It looks like we’re not alone thinking that way. British hotel chain Jurys Inn Hotel Group conducted research that showed 56% of Brits struggle to get out of bed in the morning. “Lack of sleep (42%), temperature outside the duvet (40%) and fear of the working day ahead (31%), topped the list of reasons to stay in bed.” So what better solution than to simply bring the duvet with you? The chain then teamed up with famed designer Wendy Benstead to create the Suvet, a duvet/suit hybrid. It looks amazing, will make you the envy of everyone around you on your morning commute, but sadly can’t be bought. If you want it to become a product you can buy, you’re free to Tweet @JurysInnshotels with #JurysInnSuvet. Yes, they’re getting free promotion, but who knows, maybe public pressure will yield results.

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Smart Pin: A Pin For The Digital Age

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Everyone has those awkward years where they left their house wearing some obviously regrettable off-trend fashion. Now that the hipster culture is back in style, everything old is new again and some poor fashion decisions you made in your earlier years are now trending. For example, think about the old-fashion graphic pins you probably wore on your clothes, backpack, or wherever else that you could think of. Pins were a great way to easily express yourself and show the world what you liked without saying a single word. Now, thanks to our vintage culture, these cute little buttons are back to being stylish again.

There is a company in Stockholm, Sweden, that is taking the classic wear-ability of a basic pin, and hoping to give it a makeover for the digital age. This Kickstarter company, Pins Collective, has some high hopes for their new Smart Pin. Digital devices that can be worn on the body are surfacing on the market, such as the Apple watch. However, even Apple has had a difficult time making tech wearable’s popular. Mostly business professionals and tech companies like TTIG are the ones benefiting from current wearable technology. Pins Collective hopes to engage a larger spectrum of individuals. They are relying heavily on nostalgic appeal in hopes that individuals will choose to fund their product.Continue Reading

The Edge Desk Ergonomic Workspace

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You can work hard and play hard but just make sure your work on the Edge Desk ergonomic workspace to save your back. Easily unfolding from its handy lay-flat storage position, this desk keeps your body in an ideal posture as you work to relieve any pain. The Edge Desk has a wonderfully comfortable cushion seat without a back. Instead, your weight is angled forward to be evenly distributed. Your knees and shins rest on the angled leg pads, keeping your body in place. The desktop is fully adjustable in height and angle so it can be used for any task from working on your laptop to painting a masterpiece. With millions experiencing back and neck pain while hunched over their desks every day, the Edge Desk is the perfect ergonomic solution.

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Deal Of The Day: 22% Off On SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller & Smartphone Holder

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My generation has reached an age where it’s getting nostalgic about retro gaming. It’s been long enough that SNES controllers are no longer seen as dated and archaic, but cool and efficient instead. Well, with the SNES30 Bluetooth Game Controller & Smartphone Holder you can bring back some of that retro glory.

Remember the glory days of playing Super Nintendo on that classic gray controller with its signature purple push buttons? 8Bitdo is bringing it back again with the SNES30, a 1:1 original design that supports both Bluetooth and USB connections. Connect with your favorite device or computer to play any modern game, and easily mount your phone with the expandable clipping phone mount.

– Play all the latest games w/ an old school controller
– Connect via Bluetooth or the included USB cable
– Use w/ your PC, Mac, iPad, Android & more
– Play multiplayer games using the dual-keyboard code system for iOS
– Play w/ up to four players on Wii w/ Wiimote emulation support
– Play touchscreen-only games w/ touchscreen simulation
– Mount your phone at the perfect angle

Normally $45, it’s $34.95 with today’s deal. Shipped for free, as always.

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Can’t Eat Too Much Salt? This Fork Will Zap Your Tongue With Electricity To Simulate It

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Ever stick your tongue on a battery to see if it’s still got juice? Yeah, we all do. So you probably know that the tiny electric current it generates sort of tastes salty. Well, the Electric Flavouring Fork pictured above uses that principle to simulate the effects of salt, for those who are on low sodium diets. It’s being developed by Hiromi Nakamura at Rekimoto Lab, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, at the University of Tokyo.

The handle of the fork incorporates a rechargeable battery and electric circuit. When the user inserts the head of the fork into the mouth with food while pressing a button on the handle, a certain level of electric current is applied to the tongue. The degree of saltiness differs depending on eating habits, age, etc. This time, three current levels were available. The prototype costed ¥2,000 (approx US$17.7) in addition to the cost of a fork.

So clearly this is not a product you can buy just yet, but it’s interesting to see it’s something being worked on. You’ll have to forgive us for not getting too excited though; we won’t rest until someone invents a fork that makes broccoli taste like fries.

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