Tomorrow is fall. Already. But don't simply resign yourself to four months of shitty weather and no baseball—these seven tool can help keep your summer going indefinitely.

Valkee Earbuds

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is, supposedly, a very real thing with a, supposedly, very real solution—the Valkee Earbuds. This device beams light through your ear canals and into your mind to combat the effects of SAD and convince your brain it's still July. $240

Cuisinart ICE-21 Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker

Nothing beats the now-imaginary summer heat like home-made ice creams. The Cuisinart ICE-21 can whip up virtually any frozen concoction, from sorbet to margaritas, in about 20 minutes and without the need for ice. $50

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Intex Easy Set Inflatable Pool

If you couldn't make it out to the lake this summer, just set up a miniature one in your living room. The Intex 15-foot inflatable pool holds over 3,200 gallons—just BYO sand and cabana boy. $508

George Foreman Power Grill Supreme

Doesn't matter if it's real summer or fake, barbecuing is a must. And if you've got to do it indoors, you'll need an electric grill like the George Foreman Power Grill Supreme. It's got a digital temperature control and 72 square inches of cooking space. $80

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Slip N Slide Extreme Jumper Slide

What? If you're going to put a 15-foot pool in your living room, you might as well go all out and run this down your front hall. It's not like your landlord can get that much more pissed off. $25

Endless Summer

The story of two globetrotting surfers in search of the perfect wave. Summer. Personified. Or at least moviefied$15

EdenPURE Portable Space Heater

It's hard to pretend it's still summer when the temperature in your apartment is hovering around 50 degrees. The 5,000BTU EdenPure Quartz Heater warms up to 1000 square feet using a combination of IR bulbs and copper heating chambers to Arubafy your living space. $350

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