There's no doubt about it, being able to see more than just the visible spectrum is the closest thing most of us will ever have to superpowers. Seeing the world through its heat signature is almost like having x-ray vision, and let's not forget, even the Predator made sure to bring his thermal camera with him on his hunting trip to earth.
However, spending $350 on a case that probably cost more than your subsidized iPhone is a tough call. If you can write it off as a work expense, then congratulations, you beat the system. But the rest of us need to find other ways to justify its cost. So as a service to our readers, we spent a week with the FLIR ONE and have come up with a list of other uses and reasons why you can't possibly go another day without pre-ordering one.
Knowing what's too hot to touch when climbing into a warm car on a sunny day.
Avoiding subway handrails that have recently been pawed by other riders.