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Get The Most Out Of Your Run With These 5 Gadgets

There isn't a part of our lives that technology doesn't touch in some way. Our workouts are no different, and the latest tech could mean more efficiency and better results. From smart socks to biometric clothing, the latest running technology can not only help you track your workouts, but it can help illuminate a lot about your running style and what you're getting out of your runs. Check out these 5 gadgets that will help you to get more out of your runs.

Marriage-Hunting Apartments Feature A Stripper Pole In The Living Room

Japanese women looking to impress potential husbands should bring them home... but not to just any home. Each “konkatsu” apartment features a stripper pole and a bathtub right in the living room. Now that's what I call living!

Quiet Expressions Double Breast Pump Gives Moms a Free Hand To Multitask In Silence

If a new mom chooses to breastfeed, her life revolves around the milk factory living in her breasts. Nursing, pumping, storing, and coveting ounces of stored milk is all done for the sake of what some call liquid gold. Breastfeeding is a very personal choice, and if breastfeeding is the plan, most women also need a breast pump. The Quiet Expressions Double Breast Pump made by The First Years gives mom the ability to pump in discreet silence. It also allows them to multi-task.

Want To Un-Boil An Egg? Science Has Figured Out How

You can't un-speak words and you can't un-ring a bell, but apparently you can unboil an egg -- well, sort of. Chemists from the University of California at Irvine and the University of Western Australia have found a way to return egg white proteins back to their original form that only takes a few minutes. Okay, this isn't something they were doing for fun just to prove that it can be done, though that would totally rock. This new technique has the potential for a wide range of applications from food production to cancer research.

Want A New Tent For Camping? How About A Doughnut?

Camping is a great hobby that many of us enjoy. And some of us like to go old-school with a tent and that can be a real hassle even with some of the newer ones. Designers Sungha Lim, Hyunmook Lim, and Han Kim have created a new concept tent that can provide camping in the round -- or a number of other shapes. Then tent is a collapsible tube that is known as The Camping Doughnut.

United Nude’s 3D Printed Float Shoes: If The Shoe Fits

United Nude is committed to unconventional  and innovative foowear blended with high technology design. Read on to learn more about this unique company and their out-of-the-box footwear designs.

Forget The Swiss Army Knife And Wear Your Tools With The Leatherman Tread

It's always handy to have a multi-tool, like the Swiss Army Knife, around. However, most are bulky and have to be transported in a case or your pocket. The Leatherman Tread is the first of its kind--a multi-tool that can be worn on the wrist.

 


Want To Shrink Those Pores? Try A Nose Pore Blocker Hanabijin

Many people, mostly women, struggle to make sure that they have soft, smooth, blemish-free skin on their faces. For some of us this goes way beyond some Clearasil, the occasional facial mask, and a moisturizer that could create a rainforest. Japan is sending us a new tool more minimizing enlarged pores on the nose. It is a device called a Nose Pore Blocker Hanabijin.

No More Pin Pricks: Temporary Stick-On Tattoo Monitors Blood Glucose Levels

If you are a diabetic, then you know all about pricking your fingers throughout the day in order to monitor your blood sugar. For nearly 390 million diabetics around the world, using needles to draw blood is downright annoying and invasive. Diabetics, doctors, and researchers alike have long been seeking alternative methods to monitoring glucose levels that are less painful than pricking.

Want A New Piano? Why Not Get A Space-Age One?

Pianos . . . the final frontier . . . Okay, maybe not. But this piano is the newest and most major change since the instrument was first invented over 300 years ago. It is the Boganyi Piano or as some are calling it "the bat piano" since it looks like Batman would play it in the Bat Cave. Almost every one of the nearly 18,000 components has been rethought and redesigned for a "sound beyond time."

Is It A Bike? Is It A Boat? Nope, It's The X1 Water Bike

It's not a bike, and it's not a boat...well, not exactly. It's a cross between a bike and a boat, but it's not a paddle boat either. It's the X1 Water Bike, and it will make your next trip to the lake a lot more fun, and you can get in a great workout as well.