As the weather turns springlike, the tinkling sounds of Mr. Softee ice cream trucks sing through the streets leaving many New Yorkers fixated on thoughts of scarfing colorful cones of the cold confection.
It's Labor Day weekend-three days of family obligations and hectic travel! How do you make it bearable? Pick up some new gear, of course. Here are a couple of recent products you could use to enhance your weekend.
"The William" stove-top concept isn't bossy like most stove-tops. It doesn't stipulate what size your pots and pans should be, or where and how many you can use. This is my dream stove. Check out the video and be amazed.
Renshui has designed a futuristic faucet that uses an integrated chipset to control water temperature and a touch-based interface to control water flow. As cool as that tech sounds, I'm not sure it's any better than the classic two-knob setup.
The taillight is made of old vacuum parts. The side cowling covers are made from a porch light, cut in half. The entire project is a Frankenstein's scooter, the monster's trademark stitches replaced with welds, his green skin replaced with stainless steel. And when the project is finally done, the maker will surely…
Dinner can be ready the second you walk in the door without the need for one of those pesky spouses with the TMIO Intelligent Oven. This "smart" oven has both cooking and refrigeration elements and can be controlled remotely via the internet, cell phone or PDA. Of course, this still requires that you prepare your meal…
This Lego Branded Bosch dish washer runs a special 104 degree cycle for rinsing away the dirt, grime, saliva, mud, bacteria, ebola, cooties, asbestos, lead paint chips, rat poison, peanut butter and jelly, and cigarette tar off of kid toys without melting the plastic. I gotta go wash my hands now.
Dyson, masters of the cyclonic vacuum cleaners are taking on the task of washing out your dirty laundry. The contrarotating, or rotating in an opposite manner, design uses two drums to get clothes cleaner, by "flexing" fabrics more. Sounds like its rough on the delicates, but we're not laundry men, so what do we know?