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Do You Drink Enough Water? H2O-Pal Can Tell You

About 75% of Americans suffer from chronic dehydration. What that means is they don't drink enough water. H2O-Pal could help many remedy that problem. The device makes your water bottle a "smart bottle" and helps you monitor your water intake.

NuzzleHUG Aids And Comforts Breastfeeding Moms

Breastfeeding mothers need quality products and effective solutions for pain relief and lactation help while they are nursing their baby. The NuzzleHUG can be worn around the neck to sooth upper body pains or the waist to relieve lower back and pelvic tension. Read about the amazing features of the NuzzleHUG...

Columbia's Omni-Heat Gear Keeps You Warm Without The Bulk

  • Staying warm in cold weather usually means layers. However, you can eliminate the need for those layers and added bulk with Columbia's Omni-Heat Reflective gear. The Omni-Heat technology helps retain the heat your body generates and can keep you up to 20% warmer than regular jackets and accessories. Here's how...

Share Secrets with Friends with Charming Electronic Smart Band

Collectible. Collectible. Wearable. Customizable. Electronic. These buzz word describe the latest in wearable bracelets: the Nex Band. This next generation charm bracelet comes with an initial set of modular components (mods) that include a microcontroller, a vibration motor, a low-energy Bluetooth radio and a battery that can last for 2-4 days, depending on how much you use it.

Lems Hiking Boots Are Eco-Friendly, Lightweight and Completely Collapsible

Space is always an issue when you're camping. How can you cram all the things you need--shelter, food, clothing, footwear, maybe a book or two or a mini-stove--in your backpack? Lems Boulder Boots are collapsible and so cut down on spacial needs for footwear.

Baby Got Back...The Easy Way: Introducing The Booty Pop Panty

No, this isn't 1992, and Sir Mix-a-Lot isn't rocking out in the corner. This baby "don't got back." If genetics aren't on your side and squats are not for you, there's an easy way to a better booty. Now you can buy a built in butt with the incredible, and slightly hilarious, Booty Pop Panty.

Shaidee Keeps Baby Protected From The Sun

When babies venture outside with their parents, most are hanging out in a front carrier and are draped in a blanket or blinded by a hat meant to protect them from the sun. Enter Shaidee. Canadian mom, Nicole Barrett, invented a chemical-free alternative to sunscreen. And bad fashion.

Cat/Dog Lady Fashion For Charity: Vans Sneakers For The ASPCA

If you are working on your transformation into full-blown crazy cat lady, simply having a dozen or two felines just isn't good enough. Instead, you've got to embrace the fashion so the whole world can see just how much you love kittens. You know, beyond the pet hair that is adhered to your clothing permanently (trust me, I know). With a second design for dog lovers, these pet happy fashions also work double duty; supporting the lives of felines and canines alike. 

The Lumo Lift: A Little Bling For Better Posture

The Lumo Lift is little, but it does a lot to better your posture. The small clasp attaches to your collar near the shoulder and lets you know when you need to straighten up. It's time to bling out those shirts instead of being scolded by our mothers for slouching. Check out the details on how it works...

50 Shades Of Fictional Fashion: Christian Grey Inspired Menswear By Norton & Townsend

Fashion inspired by literature is not a new concept. Some designers have selected literal interpretations - incorporating the image of a book or its pages into a whimsical garment. Others are more focused on fictional fashion, taking a note from the heroes or heroines and bringing their wardrobes to life. The most recent designer to tackle this trend has decided to focus on menswear inspired by a character well lusted after and envied.