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Deal Of The Day: 16% Off On Neutron Mount, A Phone And Tablet Mount

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Your smart devices are at home in your hands, but that doesn’t mean you always want them there. Tossing them in the car’s center console bin is one way to deal with their presence, but there are other, better options. The Neutron Mount is an Aluminum-encased Neodymium magnet that you stick onto a surface with strong 3M double-faced tape, and to which you affix whatever device you want, as long as it’s below 1lbs. in weight. You will have to stick a small metal disc to your device so that it can be attracted by the magnet, but it’s slim and unobstrusive. And just like that you can temporarily stick your phone or tablet to your fridge, to your car’s dashboard, or even your iMac . Normally the Neutron Mount would cost you $30, but you can have it for $24.99 today.

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This Ceramic Pot Minder Prevents Boil-Overs

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Ever cooked pasta at home? Most people have, so you should be familiar with the situation where you’re getting the water up to temp and everything is pretty calm, until suddenly it blasts past the boiling point and the whole pot starts to shake and rattle in excited ebullition. It’s also dangerous if you’re standing around it when it happens, so we’re somewhat intrigued by the Ceramic Pot Minder from JBK Pottery. It’s small ceramic disc that works in two ways. One is by chattering at the bottom of the pot when temps start to get close to boiling, alerting you that you should come back and tend to your cooking. The other is by “modif[ying] the size and number of bubbles rising to the top of the pot, preventing messy boil overs.” It’s made from fully vitrified porcelain ceramic, and should be able to be used over and over again. $4!

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NEEO Smart Remote Controls All Your Devices

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It’s possible to control many devices in your home through your smartphone. But if you’ve ever tried you’ll know it’s somewhat of a fragmented and annoying experience. You have to open one app for your lights. Another for your TV. Yet another for your alarm system. Well, the NEEO Smart Home Automation System hopes to take all those frustrations away by offering you a system that interfaces with everything, and includes a high-density touchscreen remote to navigate the OS. The system consists of two parts, the brain and the remote. The brain is a hockey puck-shaped device with more sensors and emitters than you can throw a stick at: 4 antennas for Bluetooth 4.0, Bluetooth BLE (low energy), Wi-Fi, 6LowPAN, ZigBee, Thread and Z-Wave protocols, as well as 360° infrared coverage. It stores information on about 30,000 devices, even older televisions, and knows automatically how to interact with them. The Remote features a 291ppi touchscreen (higher density that a Retina iPad), with which you control all your devices without having to switch apps or configure much of anything. “The NEEO remote comes with a unique patent-pending technology which recognizes your hand when you pick it up: sensors in the remote detect your palm to match you with your profile and display your playlists, films, and favorites, instantly.”

Think of NEEO as a universal remote on crack. It sounds pretty awesome, especially if your home is filled with AV equipment that you’re constantly struggling to control. It’ll set you back a $219 pledge on the Kickstarter campaign which is 1,000% funded at the moment. No joking, people are excited about this.

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Your Soft Tortillas Can Now Grow Up To Be Hard Tacos

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Sometimes you’re in the mood of a nice soft wrap, while other times you miss the crunch of a taco. You could buy both soft tortillas and hard tacos and get your fix whenever you want. Or you could get this Taco Shell Toaster. It’ll accept corn or flour tortillas and shape them into the perfect taco shape thanks to its taco-forming cage. It makes two at once, and the 750W element should have them toasted in no time. Better yet, this toaster is just $30.

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These Are Seriously the Best Earphones for Every Budget

Every weekday, our friends at Faveable compile a list of awesome gadgets and gear that men would love to discover.

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We know you love your over-the-ear headphones. We do too. After all, they’re just so comfortable. And that’s before you consider just how much more you hear with these babies. But, sometimes, you really do need earphones. For a start, they’re a little more forgiving at the gym.  It’s also a little impossible to fit serious headphones under your motorcycle helmet. And then there are the people that simply prefer this form factor. Whatever your reasons for buy these earphones, the faveable team has tracked down the very best ones. Now you can focus on what you’re listening to. Featured image above is of Shure SE846-CL Sound Isolating Earphones featuring quad HD MicroDrivers and true subwoofer

Check out: Splurge on Sound: These are the Absolute Best Earbuds You Can Buy

Breathometer Mint Lets You Know When You’ve Got Bad Breath

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Oral hygiene is one thing you should never ignore. Brush, floss, gargle, and make sure you’re doing it right– and doing it enough times. A good way to keep track of it is with the Breathometer Mint. It’s a portable oral health monitor of sorts, as it monitors and keeps track of your overall hydration and oral bacteria level. The latter sounds strange, but it makes sense, because it’s probably all that bacteria that’s making your breath smell rank.

To use it, just stick the Breathometer Mint into your mouth. It’ll take a sample of your breath and give you results about the state of your oral health within a few seconds. It’s currently up for funding, where a minimum pledge of $89 will get you one of your very own.

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More Room to Scrub: Shower Curtain Space Extender

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Space comes at a price. We can’t all afford to shell out hundreds extra in rent for a bigger bathroom, but it’s fortunate gizmos like the Curvit shower curtain exist. It’s a space-creating curtain ring that lets you enjoy up to 50% more space while you’re taking a bath, not by curving the rod but by curving your shower curtain. Just snap the rings onto the rod and you’re good to go.

Some added benefits? It prevents leaks and closes messy gaps. The Curvit shower curtain rings are available online for $25.

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Ship Your Enemies Glitter: Give Enemies the Gift of Glitter

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Send your ex, horrible boss, frenemy, and everyone on your hitlist an envelope filled with glitter. Call it a glitter bomb, if you will. Nobody wants to get glitter on their hands, much less on their clothes and furniture, because they’re a pain to get rid of completely. But if you’re bitter about something and want vengeance for whatever injustice you were made to go through, then head on over to Ship Your Enemies Glitter.

They’ll basically do what their URL says: ship your enemies glitter. Just fork over AUD $10 (that’s about US $8), give them the address of your sworn enemy, and they’ll take care of the rest.

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Unsubscriber App Helps You Clean Up Your Inbox

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Spam after spam after spam in your inbox? You probably don’t remember when (or why) you subscribed to some of those lists in the first place, but unsubcribing can be a pain sometimes. An app that can help you out is the aptly-named Unsubscriber. Just fire it up and log in to your Gmail accounts. It’ll parse your inbox and present you with a list of newsletters and mailing lists that you’re currently subscribed to.

Then comes the easy part: just swipe left to unsubscribe and swipe to the right if you want to keep that particular subscription. Easy as pie.

You can download Unsunscriber for iOS here.

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