As a kid I used to beg my parents to just buy a mower that I didn't have to push around the yard. Yet if they had managed to pick up one of these, I think I'd have wished for the usual push mower back.
Washing machine concepts are rarely anything to get excited over, on occasion there have been some cool designs that would be great for the environment. This new concept will make it possible to hide your laundry in plain site.
If you're on the lookout for ways to make your home more eco-friendly, this washer is a nice convenient way to do it. It doesn't cause you to do any extra work than you normally would, but still uses less water and energy.
If you have issues with your kids drawing on the walls, you might pick up on of these Jot Dry-Erase refrigerators. Which allows for them to draw to their heart's content without doing any permanent damage.
About a year ago I wrote up a similar fridge, however, it was sadly only sold in Brazil. This one is actually available here in the US.
It is being sold for $549, just make sure the munchkins don't wander off and make all of your other appliances pretty colors. The best part is that if you look closely at the photo, the little girl is writing on the fridge “I will not write on the wall.”
At some point scales just become way too complicated and give entirely too much information. I mean really, I am well aware that I am scrawny yet out of shape. I don't need a machine to tell me exactly how much fat I have down to the last millimeter (yes it actually does that).
I am not entirely sure how this thing works, but apparently the gist of it is soap-less dish washing. Somehow it uses sonic waves of water to remove even the deepest particles of dirt without the slightest amount of soap necessary.
For those with expensive tastes when it comes to kitchen gadgets, you'll love this Crystal-Encrusted Toaster from Neiman Marcus. I have on occasion looked at a $50 vintage style toaster and drooled a bit, knowing I have a perfectly good toaster at home.