City Beauty Products Review

City Beauty is a company that hopes to make a name for itself in the beauty industry. Victoria Renee was in the market for a lip plumper and had a hard time finding the right product. She wanted a plumper that worked as well as surgery but without seeing a doctor. Renee channeled her frustrations into a product she called City Lips, which hit the market in the early 2000s. The success of City Lips led to the founder releasing new products that are good for your skin. All products use ingredients such as Resveratrol and Hyaluronic Acid that boost your collagen levels and make your skin look younger.

Origin PC EVO15-S

The Origin PC EVO15-S takes a different approach to a high-end gaming laptop; with enough power to play all your favorite games, this machine packs power into a sleek, lightweight suite. Weighing in at an astonishingly low 4 pounds, the Origin PC EVO15-S deviates from current trends in high-power gaming laptops, without skimping on functionality.

FoodCycler FC-30

With a food recycling bin, you can transform your food waste into something useful and practical. Using the FoodCycler, you can quickly condense your food waste into compost. This can then be used throughout the garden or to help plants around your home grow. You can save waste, energy, and even money with this device. If you are an avid gardener, you quickly find that compost is always on your shopping list. With a food recycling bin, you can kill two birds with one stone.

Garmin Forerunner 935

Although marketed as a premium GPS triathlon watch for athletes, the brand-new Forerunner 935 by Garmin is the perfect device for any everyday fitness enthusiast. Equipped with a wrist-based heart rate monitor powered by Elevate, users are equipped with an action-packed, sophisticated, personal trainer strapped to their wrist. It just so happens that this trainer only weighs 48 grams – making them highly portable.

OnCourse Goggles

Designed specifically for open water swimming, OnCourse Goggles help triathletes stay on course and by doing so, boosts their performance by 15%. OnCourse Technology’s patent-pending point-and-click design stores a compass heading, whether it’s a buoy or channel marker, with a simple press of a button. By using sensors to alert you when veering off course, the goggles create a virtual swimming lane.

Lanmodo Automatic Car Tent

We all know the feeling of jumping into a car that’s been baking in the sun all afternoon. You’re instantly dripping with sweat and you can barely breathe until you crack open a window. Introducing Lanmodo – the wirelessly controlled smart car cover that transforms into a beach umbrella, a LED camping tent, or a fishing canopy.

Shapermint Bras Review

Shapermint is a brand dedicated to helping women look and feel their best. The company believes that every woman has a goddess within and that she should let that goddess out to play. You’ll find products from some of the top brands that offer the comfortable fit that you like with the support that you need. Unlike similar brands that only offer a limited selection of sizes, Shapermint has general sizes such as small and large along with bras that fit women with breasts of up to 42DDD.

Lumos Helmet

Whether you’re an avid cyclist or simply enjoy an occasional ride, it’s safe to say that you’ve experienced close calls riding alongside traffic. It could be that you’re riding in a car’s blind spot or there is difficulty seeing your turn signals during a nightly commute. Whatever the case may be, safety is a major concern for cyclists in metropolitan areas. Introducing Lumos – the world’s first smart bike helmet that “beautifully integrates lights, hard brakes, turns signals, and helmet into a cohesive whole.”

Energica EGO

There is no doubt that motorcycles have to take same route as cars in engine evolution. The EGO from Italian Energica is an electric motorcycle powered by an oil-cooled three-phase AC permanent magnet motor with the torque of 195 Nm ranging from 0 rpm to 4700 rpm. Motorcycle weight is 248 kg and its range is between 90 and 120 miles, depending on your driving style. Energica Ego accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3 seconds to reach a top speed of 150 mph.