There's tons of home gadgets available today. Most fill a definite need or function to help make your life a little easier.
Some are pure fluff, for fun, or just plain silly (we put a few of these at the end of this page for your entertainment).
Below you will find our "catchall" page for some home gadgets that didn't seem to fit in on other pages, and some links at the bottom for tons more great stuff to enhance and improve your home.
SnapPower Guidelight Night Light
This is how easy this clever gadget was for Scott to install:
American Red Cross Blackout Buddy
Do yourself a favor and get one of the 4-packs. You'll be so glad you have them when the lights go out!
Let your creative impulses loose with this very cool customizable light show below.
Get tired of a display? Just create a new one!
Organized USB Charging Station
Keep your office or study tidy with this "Amazon's Choice" USB Charging Station:
Are you a heavy sleeper?
Maybe this'll get you up in the morning!
We finally found something you can give that friend who has "everything"!
GermGuardian Air Purifier
You get a triple-whammy with this great purifier... true HEPA filter, charcoal filter removes odors, and UV-C light kills bacteria, viruses and mold.
Simple Human Trash Can
Sometimes it's the simple things in life that make you happy.
We have never regretted spending $50 for this very simple yet perfect trash can:
Automatic Laundry Folding Robot
Don't you just hate to fold clean laundry?
Enter the FoldiMate Automatic Laundry Folding Robot prototype machine.
You simply clip your laundry into the feeding mechanism and wait for FoldiMate to do its work.
It can handle all sizes of apparel, pillow cases, towels, and other small linens, with adjustable folding size.
The laundry-folding robot is still in development, with a target market date in 2019. Should retail for close to a grand.
I don't know, it sounds as if you have to stand there and feed each piece into the device. Might be easier just to go on and fold it yourself. At $1K, you should be able to dump a basketful of clean laundry into a hopper and walk away...
We'll keep an eye on this one for ya...
Syncs with your smartphone to warn you when your egg supply is running low. LED lights on the tray keep track of expiration dates.
Although it’s only $13 on Amazon, reviewers claim it doesn't even live up to it's intended basic function.
Hence, no sales link for you!
A 10-megapixel camera built into the toothbrush allows photos and live video inside your mouth.
For $20 I might be tempted for curiosity sake, but for $400, not so much!