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Want To Style Your Sneakers? Customize With U-Lace

Everyone wants a customized look. With new U-Laces, it's easy to style your sneaker so that your look is like no one elses.

Carbon Gives You Charging Power On Your Wrist

We rely on phones now more than ever. Not just for conversing, but for emails, GPS, and beating your high score on the late Flappy Bird. How many times have you found yourself at 5% battery on your phone, and no where close to a charger? Carbon introduces a wrist unit that can charge your phone and other mobile accessories.

Not Just A Pretty Necklace: Now Your Jewelry Can Save Your Life

I've always been a fan of safety devices, especially for women travelling. Cuff is a stylish safety notification device that is GPS enabled so you can alert your family and friends to your location when you are walking or traveling alone. It comes as a bracelet, pendant or Cufflinks (Cufflincs), and competes with a wave of fashionable GPS enabled devices that are hitting the market in 2014.

First Look At The Blade From Avid Union

As a frequent flier, one of the biggest decisions before a flight is deciding what to pack, and how to do it. With baggage costs rising, many fliers have tried to circumvent baggage fees by using more versatile carry on luggage. The problem is that many times this luggage isn't actually versatile. That gym bag might work fine, but it's not going to look good when you enter your business meeting the next day. Enter The Blade, from Avid Union.

Need This New Innovation? Eyelash Jewelry

Eyelash jewelry is kinds creepy and at the same time it is totally cool. It is a totally creative way to change standard false eyelashes into a major fashion statement. It isn't the sort of thing you would wear to work or church, but great for leisure time get-togethers and parties. They are bound to be a conversation starter and people won't be able to take their eyes off yours.

10 Of The World's Geekiest Outdoor Sports Gadgets And Garments

Not all athletes were jocks in high school. Anyone who uses any one of these products was definitely a nerd.

The Future Of Fashion And Sex Is Invisible

The fashion world is notorious for creating clothes that no one would wear, or no one *can* wear. Impracticality is the name of the game. Next ridiculous fashion trend? Invisible clothes. This invisible dress is the modern day version of The Emperor's New Clothes. 

Need This New Invention? Shoes For Shoveling Snow

If there is one chore that most people really hate in the winter it is shoveling snow. If only there was a way to shovel the walks as easily as walking. Well, apparently some people think that there is! Enter the Shoe Shovel. Instead of breaking your back you can work out your thighs and glutes by shoving the snow out of the way.  So simple, so easy, so . . . unreal.

Great Invention Idea? Human Turd Scale!


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I have a friend who tries to calm my food fears by reassuring me that something that doesn't weigh a pound cannot make me gain a pound. Fine! But what about the bag of chocolate covered nuts (they're filled with protein) I ate this morning? The one I forgot to weigh on my food scale? How much of that have I got sitting inside of me, threatening the needle of my bathroom scale? read more »

Need This New Invention? T-Shirt Imprinted With Tide-Infused Ink

Manufacturers actually adding Tide to clothing ahead of time is not exactly a go-to thought. Since it is a gimmick aimed at the chronically laundry-challenged -- college students -- it makes a lot more sense. The t-shirts come with a variety of scenes of mothers crying over the enormous pile of laundry their kids have brought home for them to do was created by Leo Burnett, the company's ad agency in Poland.