If you've been enjoying any of the World Cup matches over the last several days, you've likely seen a new addition to the referee's arsenal: a spray-on foam. And if you're not a soccer expert, you've probably wondered where it came from.
Know what the latest must-have product is in Japan? While it looks like they've gone mad and are shaving their wrists, they're actually saving the planet by switching off the air-con, and cooling down using freezing cold foam-spray.
This is a cop training video, showing future pepper spray wielders the pain and reality of getting sprayed. But a more sinister interpretation could be that future criminals are growing tolerant to pepper spray so no one can stop them.
Replenish knows something that you might not—almost all (they claim 95%) of cleaning agents are water. The rest is the chemical concentrate that gets things done. So why pay for water? Replenish sells empty bottles and concentrate. Simple.
Toothbrush-like contraptions that spray water into your teeth holes have been around for years, but Philips' new patent has several innovations that makes sure you don't blast your gums into submission. The spray head has probes that can detect how far away it is from your teeth, ensuring optimum distance.
The Stunning Ring may look harmless, and cheap, but is actually hiding a powerful pepper spray. It uses the strongest formula of pepper spray available—400 times stronger than a jalepeno pepper. Release the safety catch, press the trigger and you get a 12-inch spray that will cause temporary visual impairment,…
While all the Giz guys are up in Vegas ooh-ing and aah-ing over gadgets to come in the 07, I'm thinking, how the fuck are they going to keep their boy-grease from smearing all over their new toys? But that's why we have things like this nanotech supercoat gadget spray, which gets rid of old dirt and protects your…
Crazy French skin care company, Clarins Paris, will release a Spray in January that will protect us all from the electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by cell phones and laptops.
After imagining he was inside a woman's restroom—something we've all done at one time or...sorry, where were we?—Simon Sassoon devised a gadget that automatically kills germs on public doorknobs. Want to see what two years and $250,000 worth of investment money gets you? That's it on the right.
Not only does this piece of crap fan "cool you down" for $8, it also sprays water in your face. Now you tell us, where else besides besides the Castro in SF are you going to get something sprayed on your face for $8?