Tech Toys and Other Gadgets

Tornado Body Drier by Tornado Body Drier LLC

This installs on any cornered or non cornered wall in your bathroom. Instead of towel drying, your body is engulfed in a warm vortex of air which dries you all over. According to the manufacturer the air is evenly distributed from head to toe. My question is where does it plug in? Does it work with batteries? There is no such info on the website.

Tornado Body Drier

Tornado Body Drier

Pocket Projector for iPhone® 4 and 4S. Sold at Brookstone

Project your iPhone movies or pictures onto any surface. This gadget’s battery can also be used as a back-up battery for your iPhone when fully charged.

Take the party on the road

Take the show on the road

Okay enough with the tech stuff. Below are 2 simple designs that I’ll file in my “Why didn’t I think of that file?”

The self-stirring pot aka Kuru-Kuru Nabe (aka the ‘Pot Round and Round’). Invented by a Japanese dentist Hideki Watanabe, while playing around with dental plaster at his office. The pot relies on thermodynamics to create a whirlpool motion as liquids heat up. It not only saves you from having to stir, but it allows for a more efficient and even heating process, and has the added benefit of compacting foam so the pot is less likely to boil over. (huh?) Don’t expect to find it at Target, he is still trying to raise funding for mass production.

Kuru-Kuru Nabe (aka the 'Pot Round and Round')

Kuru-Kuru Nabe (aka the ‘Pot Round and Round’)

The Smore Maker

This pretty much explains itself. I’ve seen some that are like a waffle maker without the waffle grid and only makes 4 at a time, on those I would make the inside grid changeable with a waffle grid. That way it’s a two-in-one appliance thingy (THAT I would pay for.) The one below is cool and makes more Smores at a time. Sold everywhere small appliances are sold.

Smore Maker

Smore Maker

Bonus: Hair trap for your drain?

Let’s take a moment to examine this a minute. I’m not really sure how it works or why it is better than what we are used to. It’s supposed to trap hair before it gets in the drain. Anybody care to take a stab at this one?

Hair Trapper?

Hair Trapper?

As usual I look forward to hearing from you! Have a great week.


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