- 1limit faucet
- At home clothing printer by joshua harris
- August smart lock pro connect
- Change it! wall
- Ecobee4 thermostat
- Green smart glass
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- Iq alarm clock
- Led ceiling
- Logitech harmony elite remote control
- Lula lung lamp
- Netgear arlo pro 2
- On switch
- Orbital washing machine
- Swan umbrella dryer
- The book light
- The dividing printer
- The drum washing machine by andras suto
- The mystica desk
- The pattern door lock
- The smart touch refrigerator
- The smartest gadgets a man can buy in 2021
- The tulip bath/shower
- Wat lamp
- Water shade
- Wave ultra sonic wine ager and refrigerator
- Wink hub 2
Unlike the — water faucet which only tells you how much you consume and doesn’t technically help you to reduce your costs, the 1litre limited faucet helps you to consume only the water that you need.
At home clothing printer by joshua harris
This is another one of the cool home technology that I loved when it appeared and I’m sure soon a lot of homes will have it.
Not so long ago, having a photo-copier in your house seemed trivial. Nowadays, one of those is not only affordable, but also small.
August smart lock pro connect
Want to have a smart home system? With your phone in your pocket, simply open the door and you’re in your home. Heading out? August Smart Lock Pro will also automatically lock the door behind you after you leave.
Lock and unlock your door, control keyless access, and keep track of who comes and goes, all from your phone. The 24/7 activity log means you’re always in the know.
August Smart Lock Pro Connect is the only smart lock solution that works with all three major voice platforms. Simply use your voice to tell Alexa, Siri or the Google Home to control your lock.
Need more smart home devices? How about the Bediator?
Having a warm bed underneath you is a cool thing, especially if you’re in a place where winters are incredibly cold.
Now I don’t know how much weight this bed radiator-bed supports but if it can take two medium people it is awesome.
Change it! wall
This wall has been passed around on the internet for some time and has become a neat attraction. It’s not LED or anything digital.
It’s actually made of turning triangles with different colors on them, white, black and a rainbow color. It is limited at these three options for now, but I’m sure we’ll see in the future various patterns and images.
If you like smart home systems, then you’ll like this product as well.
With 10,000 skills and counting, ask ecobee4 to adjust the temperature, read the news, tell you a joke, and more – even from across the room.
Comes with a room sensor to help manage hot or cold spots in your home. Additional room sensors sold separately.
Adjust temperature and comfort settings easily from the ecobee mobile app on your Android and iOS devices, including Apple Watch.
Keeps energy use low when you’re not home and saves you up to 23%* on your heating and cooling.
Works with Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant, Samsung SmartThings & more! For a full list of integrations, visit the official website.
Green smart glass
The Green Smart Glass has an interesting technology that harnesses the heat energy from the hot beverage and stores it to be used later.
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Iq alarm clock
Instead of the snooze button which you unwillingly press in the morning, this alarm clock has questions that need your lucidity to solve them. This way, you will surely get up fast in the morning.
This is an interesting concept created by Seo Dong-Hun that allows you to create on the ceiling the light shapes you want.
Literally, you can paint the ceiling with light. Imagine the artworks that would result from some people’s imagination.
Logitech harmony elite remote control
Another one of these smart home devices is the Logitech Harmony Elite. It is the most powerful and intuitive Harmony remote that works with Alexa. It controls up to 15 devices for seamless control of your entertainment — and your home.
The all-new design keeps the best features from its predecessors—color touchscreen, motion sensing, and vibration feedback—and adds an improved button layout, voice integration, dedicated connected home buttons, and a replaceable, rechargeable battery with 20% greater capacity.
Internet access: Wi-Fi: Supports 802.11g/n, WPA Personal, WPA2-AES and 64/128-bit WEP encryption; For mobile setup and control: iOS: iPhone 4S or later, iPad (3rd generation or later), iPad Mini, iPod touch (5th generation or later) device with iOS 8.
Lula lung lamp
LULA is a product that collects data and indicates the air quality in your room.
If it’s connected to the internet, it can process the data and tell you the health issues that you are facing in that situation and how you can avoid having problems caused by the quality of air.
Netgear arlo pro 2
Arlo Pro 2 keeps an eye on your home while you’re away, in brilliant 1080p HD quality. Put the 100% wire-free, weather-resistant camera anywhere, indoors or out.
Then, power this smart house technology with the included rechargeable battery or plugged it in (when indoors) to access activity zones and 24/7 Continuous Video Recording upgrades. Use 2-way audio or remotely sound a 100 device siren while catching every moment with night vision and advanced motion detection.
With this lovely piece of home technology, you’ll even get motion and sound-activated alerts and 7 days of free cloud video recordings. Arlo Pro 2 works with Amazon Alexa to make your smart home security even more simple and effective.
Minimalistic and elegant. That’s how you define this light switch created by Burakov Denis. This is one of the cool things to put in your room to make it better.
Orbital washing machine
Washing clothes has never been so easy. With the incorporated basket you can load and unload the clothes in the washing machine as easy as 1, 2, 3.
This isn’t the only innovative feature. The spherical drum is moving on two axes washing your clothes better than the old washing machines that use only one axe.
Swan umbrella dryer
Drying up a wet umbrella has always been a problem. Till Noh Seon Mi designed the Swan Umbrella Dryer, of course.
The book light
The book light is another one of these high tech gadgets that are amazing.
This product with integrated LEDs in a plastic body is an interesting product for the people who read a lot and need a discreet light over their pages.
Don’t worry about the light being to powerful, cause you can adjust it as you please.
The dividing printer
While most printers allow you to ‘collate’ prints, there’s always a slight chance that one rogue paper finds itself in the wrong pile.
The Dividing Printer, as its name suggests does something simple yet smart. It mounts the printer on a rail and allows the printer to move left or right while printing documents.
What this does is that it allows the printer to create actual, physical piles of paper that have been segregated from the get go.
The elegance of this solution lies in the fact that it doesn’t change what the printer does. It just adds a small bit of innovation elsewhere to solve the problem.
The drum washing machine by andras suto
This is a communal laundry system that allows people to share the washing facilities.
It features an extractable washing machine drum that doubles up as a laundry basket. With it you can transport laundry between home and the washing area.
The mystica desk
The Mystica Desk is a beautiful office workspace that is a must have if you love futuristic technology and furniture.
The table’s ‘L’ design makes it a great table for one person, or a comfortable fit for a team too.
The pattern door lock
Has it ever crossed your mind that someone can steal your electronic door passcode?
More often than not, gullible people end up as victims and the wicked score another win.
The Pattern Door Lock is designed in a way that the code combination is not easily visible.
With Braille integrated, the locking system adds a layer of security and functionality to the whole setup.
The smart touch refrigerator
Another one of these cool smart home devices is this one. The Smart Touch refrigerator may seem like it’s a long shot, but it captures what a smart fridge is required to be like.
The fridge is definitely a class apart with its half-swirl handle.
The handle hosts an inbuilt biometric sensor that knows who’s opening the fridge door.
Food kept inside the fridge is thus tagged to the people who put them there in the first place. Projectors on each food tray project ‘time stamps’ n the food when you open the door.
These stamps show who the food belongs to, and by what time it must be consumed.
The designer HaiMeng Fang wants to drop the possibility of stocking one’s refrigerator, but forgetting about perishable food items kept within the fridge.
Do you want more home gadgets? There are a few more in this article.
The smartest gadgets a man can buy in 2021
To paraphrase Ferris Bueller, tech moves pretty fast – and if you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss the chance to own a drone with a 12 megapixel camera which starts hovering when it recognises your face. So keep up with our weekly pick of the best gadgets and tech out right now, whether you’re after something simple to make your every day more frictionless or something a bit special. To be specific, the ‘something a bit special’ is a tennis kitbag that also fires tennis balls at you.
4Beats Studio Buds
We’ve managed to get our hands on a pair of Beats’ new true-wireless Studio Buds, set for release this summer, and we’re thoroughly impressed by the full package. First of all, they’re super comfortable – small but secure and well designed, suitable for exercise/manic sprints to catch the train (even without over-ear hooks). The audio quality is great, ditto the active noise cancelling capability and, perhaps most importantly, the price – they’re far more affordable than many rivals with similar specs. Sleek charging case, too.
Beats Studio Buds, £129.99
9Honor Band 6
Smartwatches are getting more and more sophisticated with each passing year, and the prices often reflect that. But what if you just want the most essential fitness features? What then? Well, there are plenty of budget models that offer just that, and we’re big fans of the Honor Band 6. The design is unobtrusive, understated and super comfortable, with a 1.47″ AMOLED touchscreen and a tasteful selection of strap colour options. Feature-wise, it automatically picks up the type of work-out you’re on and offers a selection of plans, while blood oxygen, sleep and heart rate monitors ensures you’re always on top of your health. The battery life lasts for fourteen days (or ten days on heavy usage), which is pretty impressive too.
Honor Band 6, £41.76
16Amazfit T-Rex Pro
Not everyone needs a supercomputer on their wrist. Sometimes you just need something that does the simple stuff very well and stands up to the elements. The super tough Amazfit T-Rex Pro is a true adventure watch – not only does it guide you around, track your workouts and measure your blood-oxygen, but it also boasts a vast array of outdoorsy features, including a weather tracker, a sunrise and sunset monitor, a moon phase display, a compass and barometric altimeter (for altitude). What’s more, it has a frankly ludicrous 18-day battery life.
Amazfit T-Rex Pro, £139, amazon.co.uk
17NACON PS4 Stereo Gaming Headset
Lockdown is lifting, the sun is on its way, and you know what that means: time to staple the curtains shut and set up a proper gaming rig. When it comes to headsets, you don’t need to splash out on military-grade tech – these NACONs, designed for the PS4 but compatible with PCs and Macs, are more than up to the job, and look cleaner than your average pair of tins. Comfortable, adjustable, and truly affordable.
NACON PS4 Stero Gaming Headset, £24.99, selfridges.com
24RHA TrueControl ANC Earphones
Engineered in Glasgow, RHA’s noise-cancelling TrueControl ANC earphones deliver crisp, detailed sound while two microphones record the outside world and produce anti-noise to drown it out. There’s a useful app, too, on which you can customise the EQ, your ambient sound and track down exactly where that other earbud went to. A word of warning: if you’ve got tiny little ears, these can get a little sore if you’re wearing them for ages; they’re very carefully designed to wedge neatly into your ear, but they’re not small. If you don’t know if you’ve got tiny little ears, you’ll soon find out.
RHA TrueControl ANC, £249.49
27Polar Vantage V2
The Vantage V2, from Finnish sport tech brand Polar, is a satisfyingly lightweight and minimalist fitness tracker that takes a 360 approach to health. As well as drilling down into your running, swimming and cycling sessions, it also comes with tools that help you to identify if you’re straining yourself too hard – helping you to avoid injuries and dispiriting setbacks. You’ll also get full access to the brand’s data-driven program, Polar Flow, which keeps track of all of your training stats. That’s not to mention the 40 hours of battery life, advanced wrist-based heart monitor, mindfulness tools and more.
Polar Vantage V2, £449
35Chipolo One Bluetooth Key Finder
In the immortal words of Mr. Zip: Have you ever been in this situation where you lost your keys and your mobile phone? Where me keys? Where me phone? Where me keys? Where me phone?
Of course you have! Too many times. But worry not, because we have just the thing to help you. The Chipolo, made from recycled fishing nets, emits a 120db loud sound that help you find your keys, phones and other valuables. What’s more, the battery life lasts up to two years and is easily replaceable. An affordably priced device that could come in very, very handy.
Chipol One Bluetooth Key Finder, £29, amazon.co.uk
If you’ve ever wanted to improve your running form, or even just get a deeper overview of your work-outs than smartwatches can provide, then the Nurvv Run is here to help. Slip a pair of smart sensor insoles into your running shoes, connect them to GPS and your mobile phone, and be on your way. By the end of your run you’ll be treated to a deep breakdown of your cadence, foot strike, balance, pronation, step length and more. Then, with the help of biomechanics and coaching, you can work towards fixing any faults, fine-tuning your approach and, perhaps most importantly, avoiding injury.
NURVV Run Insoles & Coaching App, £249.99, nurvv.com
38Harman Citation 200
A new portable speaker coming for Sonos’s crown, the Citation 200 has a lot going for it. First of all, Harman’s model is £100 cheaper than the Move while still maintaining premium sound quality and a good selection of features (Google Assistant, Apple AirPlay and Chromecast). Unlike the modern, all-black, minimalist Move, the Citation 200’s wool fabric overlay (available in black or grey, by Kvadrat) blends perfectly with softer, more neutral furniture, a good thing for music fans with mid-century or Scandi-inspired rooms. The rechargeable battery life is also impressive: a full 8 hours, making it perfect for outdoor use (as does its IPX4 splash-proof construction).
Harman Citation 200, £279, harmankardon.co.uk
39Sony Walkman NW A105
It’s a tough sell, in many ways. A walkman in the age of smartphones. Nobody can say that Sony’s upgraded NW-A105 is born out of necessity, but we’d argue that it certainly has its benefits for any music fan who wants to take a much-needed detox from their apps, texts and emails. Running on Android 9, the 16GB device plays almost any audio format – including high-standard FLAC files – which makes this sleek machine a perfect option for enthusiasts who want to listen to their music in the highest quality possible, without any distractions. The battery life isn’t quite as good as it could be, and there’s no 2.5mm port for serious audiophiles, but all in all it’s a great way to enjoy your music without being drawn into the endless scroll of your Twitter feed.
Sony Nw-A105, £249.71, amazon.co.uk
In the minds of millennials, fitness and wellness are the yin and yang of a balanced lifestyle. Sitting down to practise your breathing can, in theory, be just as beneficial as puffing your way through a 10k. To that end, the Fitbit Sense, with its temperature, stress, blood oxygen, sleep and fitness trackers, aims to cover all the bases. The new heart rhythm sensor – an ECG app that helps to assess your ticker for atrial fibrillation – is particularly impressive, ditto the stress sensor (in which you place your palm over the face of the watch and track changes over time) and guided meditation features. It also takes blood oxygen levels while you sleep, and the fitness apps are as good as ever. A great all-rounder for anyone who wants to take care of their physical and mental health.
Fitbit Sense, £255.23, amazon.co.uk
41Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit
Japanese gaming giants Nintendo have been dabbling with augmented reality for decades, and it hasn’t always worked out for the best. Rest assured, though, that Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is just as fun and subtly ground-breaking as it looks. The pack provides a kart and character (we got Mario, the standard, although other models are available), as well as cardboard props that enable you to create a track around your living space. The kart itself hosts a camera, which you can view through your Nintendo Switch screen as you race around rooms (using the Switch’s controls). Different tracks within the game itself introduce AR enemies, power-ups, themes and obstacles, and while we haven’t tried racing against other players yet, we assume it will equal measures fun and violent. A game that has the power to transport anyone right back to their childhood, by way of the laundry room.
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit, £79.99, amazon.co.uk
Full of the joys of summer, you decide to finally organise that tennis match with your friends. But you haven’t practised in years, and so every ball ends up in the net or a distant car park. After an hour of sweat-soaked frustration, you throw a McEnroe and retire to the pub. Same time next year?
But before then, you should probably get some practise in. Introducing the Slinger Bag: a tennis ball launcher and your best friend on the court. A transportable suitcase that carries 72 balls and all kinds of tech (including a remote), you can control the speed, frequency and angle of the shots to ensure that you’re ready for any situation. There’s also room for all your gear, and it has a camera holder that will enable you to analyse your form (with a phone charger attached, to make sure it can go a full session). The telescopic ball tube will make easy work of pick-up, too.
Who needs mates when you’ve got a wall? In the sport-less age of social distancing, the weather-proof REBO Wall is an ultra-premium way to keep fit and sharpen your tennis, football and cricket skills. With a high-density sound insulation core made from 70% recycled material, you can shift the astroturf wall’s angle to prepare yourself for any shot and increase your reaction speed with hundreds of drills. It’s also backed by a number of famous tennis trainers who offer private online sessions with the device. Take a look at Andy Murray making use of his own Rebo here.
Rebo Wall, starting at £9,995
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The tulip bath/shower
In a small bathroom there’s always a problem with space and the Tulip Bath/Shower designed by Piotr Pyrtek provides the solution.
Saving space is not its only feature, having a number of characteristics that qualifies it as a luxury item, like underwater jets or massage programs.
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The WAT lamp has the interesting ability to generate light if you fuel it with water.
Yeah, it sounds outrageously futuristic, but the system is actually not that strange. The water combines with a hydroelectric battery to generate an electrochemical reaction that lights it up.
This surface tile is not for everyone but it is fun for sure, having the ability to morph the way you want it and create shapes and basic drawings on it. More info can be found on Giles Miller’s site.
This smart home product is a gate of water. The project goes by the name of “Water Shade” and keeps a shield of H2O around the fruit it is sworn to protect.
Wave ultra sonic wine ager and refrigerator
Ever wanted to age your wine so that it will be of a higher quality? Now you can, it’s not only a movie idea. Designer Mika Yamamoto has created this device that does this incredible thing.
The Wave uses magnetic cooling system that is based on the magnetocaloric effect, which is the ability of some materials to heat up when magnetized and cool when removed from the magnetic field.
It reduces carbon emissions and increases energy efficiency. It can possibly cut energy consumption by 40%. It also reduces the cost of electricity.
Wink hub 2
Wink is the quick and simple way to connect you and your home. Manage hundreds of smart products from the best brands in one simple app. Faster, more reliable and more secure, Wink Hub 2 is the next generation of the Wink Hub that can help you create a smart home system.
Hub 2 is compatible with more smart home technologies, so you can buy the smart home products you like from the brands you trust and know they’ll work seamlessly with Wink.
The sleek, modern industrial design of Hub 2 makes it worthy of standing alone on your coffee table or bookshelf. With this cool home gadget, you can control products from iOS, Apple Watch, Android, and Android Wear. Works with Amazon Alexa. Program recipes with IFTTT.