Stop waking up with a giant, tangled frizz ball on your head every morning.
If you need a low profile box springs, this Zinus model worked great in our house.
Eat, watch a movie, use your laptop, read, listen to music…in essence, enjoy your bed like never before.
A cutting tool that won’t cut your fingers.
These beautiful chess boards are off the table, out of the closet, out of the way, and beautifully displayed on the wall.
Not the most exciting products in the world, but definitely useful ones.
On-demand cooling and heating that flows underneath your top sheet while you sleep.
Gather is your key to organization
Do you want a unique way to keep your drinks from making rings on your furniture? Check out these “floppy disk” coasters.
An iMac-like stand for iPads, e-readers, and other tablets of various sizes.
A high-speed 4-port USB charger with two AC outlets and an 8-foot extension, all in a retro-style package.
SimpliSafe looks to be a great home security system. With easy install and low monitoring fees, there aren’t many downsides to the product.
Minimum space, maximum efficiency.
Moves a ton of air for its size, enough to keep a mid-sized room evenly cool.
Handles Class A, B, and C fires equally well, and won’t break when you need it most.
A small, biodegradable composter you can keep on your kitchen counter.
One of the major problems with most thermostats is that they are often in places that aren’t the best for temperature readings. This can lead to “warm spots” or “cold spots” around the house. If you have a Nest Third Generation or a Nest Series E, you can now add a remote temperature sensor. Ecobee has offered this for a while, but…