Like having Gordon Ramsey living in your kitchen but without the embarrassment of getting screamed at in front of your kids, Cinder is a countertop “precision” grill that can purportedly cook meat to restaurant-quality standards and within 0.1 degree of the target temperature.
Not only do these GPS-enabled ‘smart’ insoles comfort your barking dogs, but they also use vibrations to tell you which direction to walk to not get lost. Naturally, they sync with your smartphone and also double as a fitness tracker: keeping tabs on steps, calories, and distance traveled.
EO2 is a matte-finish, “digital art display” and $10-a-month subscription service that lets you change the art on your walls with ease and near-infinite resources. There are 5 frames (black aluminum, maple, walnut, etc.) and 30,000 works to choose from using the accompanying smartphone app.
Give this to your wife with the promise of 20 minutes of peace and quiet. Just a glass of wine and a tub filled with aromatic bath salts that claim to do everything from “prevent muscle soreness and regulate sleep” to “improve the texture, tone, and appearance of her skin.”
Whether you’re writing notes or just putting up your favorite Wu-Tang quotes, the classic white letters on black board makes a humble wall into a proud message-bearing platform. This handsome 16-inch by 20-inch gray felt letter board with light oak frame and 290-piece letter/number set will revolutionize household communications.
With this digital frame, you can change the art and photos on your wall by swiping your hand. Each frame holds a 27-inch, wi-fi connected, HD screen that displays classic and contemporary art and photography from Meural’s vast, subscription-based collection. Switch from Manet to family photos in seconds.