Collection of ‘Smart Time Saving Gadgets’ from all over the world to save your time and make things easy for you.
LivBlends Smoothie Maker: The LivBlends machine is a smart, self-cleaning blender that makes great tasting smoothies in 30 seconds with zero cleanup.
Ohea Smart Bed: If you are tired of making your bed, this smart bed is the solution; the Ohea smart bed is capable of self-making, it tidies the sheet and pillows the moment you stand up.
iRobot Scooba 450 Floor-Washing Robot: The Scooba 450 Floor-Washing Robot comes from the makers of the iRobot Roomba Vacuuming Robot; it sweeps, pre-soaks, and squeegees your floors. It features iAdapt Responsive Cleaning Technology that enables it to find its way around the room, covering every area of floor multiple times.
Patchnride: What makes this small handheld tool useful to you is the fact that it can repair punctured bike tires in 60 seconds and what more you don’t even need to remove the tire from the bike.
Nomiku Sous Vide: Nomiku lets you cook restaurant quality food at home. This Wi-Fi connected sous vide immersion circulator for your kitchen is smaller than the first generation and now clips onto the front of your cookpan. It features a sleek single knob to control the temperature and a larger touchscreen. You can use the Tender app to create and share sous vide recipes with time and temperature directly to your Nomiku. Its compatible with iOS and Android devices.
Winbot: The Winbot W730, window-cleaning robot by Ecovacs features frameless window detection system and pathfinder technology that automatically calculates the size of your window and programs for customized cleaning path for maximum efficiency. It can clean glass of any thickness and even Thermopane windows. And its sophisticated onboard computer allows it to intelligently avoid edges and obstacles while leaving windows and mirrors shining and spotless.
TrackR Bravo: This quarter-sized device will make sure you find your misplaced keys in no time. Using its app you can quickly locate your misplaced items in seconds. Its distance indicator lets you know how far away you are from your items and find the exact location. If you can’t see them (hidden under the couch), then just make it ring by a tap on your smartphone. You can use its 2-way finding capabilities to find your phone, just press the button on your TrackR, and your phone will ring. It’s supported by Crowd GPS Network, which makes things a lot easy if you happen to leave behind your keys. You can track multiple items on its app and its fully customizable, that means you set the app to ring a certain tone when you leave something behind. Its app is compatible with iPhone and Android smartphones. It has many more uses apart from keeping track of your keys; use it to find purses, iPads, and more.
Dog Brush: This clever shoe polisher built into the belly of the dog makes shoe shining easy. Designed by Stefano Giovannoni, it runs on 230v and at a press of a button makes your shoes shine.
Maid Oven: Maid is a smart kitchen assistant and a multifunctional oven that connects to a recipe store on the Internet and has access to an unlimited number of recipes; it knows what to cook and how to cook.
Neeo – The Thinking Remote: Neeo is a smart system that allows you to control all your devices from one place and even knows who you are when you hold it.
Ecobee3 Wi-Fi Thermostat: The Ecobee3 Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat unlike the usual thermostats which only reads the temperature in one room, leading to uneven temperatures in other rooms provides right temperature in the rooms that matter most. It can be connected to 32 remotesensors; and the more additions you make to it, the smarter it gets. It’s capable of measuring temperature and occupancy to provide the right temperature in the right places. It intuitively understands when to turn on your heating or cooling equipment based on your home’s unique energy profile and the weather outside, saving money and making sure you’re comfortable at all times. It features 3.5″ full-color touch screen with highly intuitive iconography and controls.
FIXD: This smart translator translates check engine lights on your car and track service intervals. It plugs directly into your car’s dash, into the OBD-II, uses built-in Bluetooth technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, and using its app will tell you what is going to happen with your car if you can’t get it fixed immediately, displays the estimate of the cost for repairing the problem and lengthens the life of your vehicle by reminding you when your car needs maintenance.Zoltplus: It’s a compact and lightweight recharger capable of recharging your laptop and smartphones. It features 3 USB ports that can recharge 3 devices at the same time. It can even power your GoPro, portable speakers, camera and more. It determines and provides exactly the recharging power your device needs. It can rotate up to 90° to be plugged in tight spots and comes with a 6 ft. cord that wraps up nice and neat when not in use.
Sutro Smart Water Monitor: Sutro is a beautiful, self-contained smart device designed for swimmingpool and spa owners. It floats in your swimmingpool or spa and monitors your water chemistry 24/7. It automates daily testing, and provides continuous monitoring and reporting. It provides you with easy to understand alerts that allow you to react quickly and intelligently to take control of your water.
Rotimatic: This world’s first robot roti maker can produce 20 rotis in one go, at a rate of one roti per minute. You can customize the roti as per preference; the thickness, or how well done one likes it. This automatic flatbread-making machine is designed to make fresh rotis and wraps with whole-wheat flour. The 2015 pre-order batch is sold out at $599 for a single machine.
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