Taking inspiration from those camping hammocks you’ve seen in every tree of every public park the last few summers, Timbuk2’s latest bags shed all unnecessary weight by adopting parachute material.
Have you ever looked at a Post-it Note and thought, “this is fine, but I wish it was more rugged.”
Want to feel a little better about the gadgets you use every day that are full of irreplaceable metals and assembled by underpaid factory workers? Protecting them with responsibly farmed wood is a start.
Thermoworks’ Thermapen has long been the be-all, end-all of cooking thermometers, so what could possibly make it better? It turns out, an IR thermometer.
Waterpik water flossers clean between your teeth with targeted blasts of water, which is a lot more enjoyable than flossing. But if your bathroom already looks like an episode of Hoarders, it can be tough to justify the counter space.
Anker’s smart light bulbs don’t require a hub like Philips Hue, but they still work with both Alexa and Google Home, and are significantly less expensive than Philips’ offerings. They offer standard white bulbs, tunable white, and even full RGB, so you only have to pay for the features you need for any given room.
When you have a travel rewards credit card, it’s easy to have a kind of myopia for points bonuses and splashy redemptions, but you shouldn’t overlook what might be your card’s best benefit: Free insurance.
Update: Since this was originally posted, Anker has replaced the RoboVac 11 the RoboVac 11+, which is more powerful than the original RoboVac, and has all of the same features.
Anker made a splash on Kickstarter last year by raising nearly $3,000,000 for their entry into the truly wireless headphone market. If you were too skittish to preorder that far in advance, the final products are here, and available to everyone.
You probably don’t think much of plugging in your smartphone every time you get into your car, and unplugging it every time you get out, but you’ll realize how tedious it was once you experience iOttie’s One Touch Qi car mount.
Is Amazon’s Fire HD 8 in the same ballpark as, say, an iPad Pro? Of course not. But its 1280x800 screen, expandable storage, and a 12 hour battery make it a good enough media consumption for most people. Even at its usual $80, it’s a solid deal, but the majority of our readers have bought it during semi-regular $50…
Anker’s new Nebula entertainment brand officially launched its second portable projector this year at CES, and despite its shortcomings, it’s one of the most compelling new gadgets of the year.
Most travel pillows are either bulky rings of memory foam or inflatable innertubes, but Trtl is a totally different concept that saves space while providing great neck support.
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