Discover these top 5 gadgets that everyone needs to have in their life.
If you really think about it, a lot of the technology we buy to help us out is in some way stressing us out and/or giving us more headache than help. On the other hand, you can’t live a modern 21st century life without technology, let’s not kid ourselves. To get the most out of your investments in technological gadgets, it is important that you invest in what you need and not what’s advertised.
For help, we have forwarded this list of top 5 gadgets that will without a doubt do more help than harm.
If you think this is anything like the showerhead you have at home, you’re dead wrong. This revolutionary showerhead incorporated technology used in aeronautical applications to create the ultimate shower experience. It breaks down water droplets to create a mist that covers a greater area while saving gallons of water. Even when saving up to 70% water usage it rinses out shampoo from your hair as efficiently as any other showerhead.
Forget about complex combinations and small padlock keys, because with TappLock all you need is a finger or a phone. This small lock can remember up to 200 unique fingerprints and has a battery that can last for three years. And with the TappLock application, you can grant and revoke access to anyone remotely.
This is just one futuristic gadget everyone should have. They look like ordinary headphones, but the Glyph gives you a lot more than audio pleasure. You don’t wear on your head, but on your face, to stream any tope of visual media you like. It can be connected to any HDMI supported device and can even stream 3D videos in a 360-degree setting.
You can call this the Holy Grail because it gives you the gift of life. Well at least the gift of water which without life can not be. Fontus is a plastic flask that runs on solar power and can collect drinkable water directly from the atmosphere. You can even get a version that can be mounted to your bike so you can collect as you ride.
This “rug” solves the modern problem of the snooze button. The idea is simple, yet great. Ruggie is a small carpet which is in reality an alarm that you can not snooze. When the alarm inside the Ruggie goes off, you will need to get out of bed and stand on it with the pressure of your entire body weight for three full seconds. If that doesn’t get you out of bed, nothing will.