Dyson Supersonic™

With a simple focus on eliminating hair damage caused by extreme heat, the Dyson Supersonic dryer is revolutionizing hair care. Armed with the Dyson digital motor V9 that propels 13 liters of air per second, the Supersonic is an engineering marvel. By moving the motor from the head to the stem, Dyson created a hair dryer that is no wider than 1.06 inches and spins up to 110,000 times per minute.

The Anova Precision Cooker

If you’re a seasoned home chef or simply have dreams of searing the perfect steak, it may be time to welcome an entirely new way of cooking into your kitchen. Introducing The Anova Precision Cooker – a standalone immersion circulator that uses the Sous Vide cooking style to prepare restaurant-quality dishes.


Withings, a company part of Nokia, is spot on when it claims that Thermo is “the world’s most advanced thermometer.” To label it as “just a thermometer” is taking away from its list of sophisticated features designed to keep a pulse on your family’s health. Whether it’s 16 infrared sensors providing highly accurate temperature measurement or its companion app recommending Ibuprofen dosage levels, Thermo is one of the most intuitive thermometers ever created…but I could see why some people would pass up on buying this.

Roost Smart Battery

If you’re looking for a reliable smart smoke and CO detector without shelling out close to over $100, then Roost’s Wi-Fi Smart Battery is the way to go. The Roost Smart Battery retrofits to your existing alarm and gives you smartphone notifications when there’s a problem. It’s as simple as replacing your old 9V battery with Roost’s long-lasting (5 years) lithium battery.


Built to replace the outdated home intercom system, Nucleus is a 21st-century wall-mounted digital companion designed to connect family and friends whether they’re in the other room or across the globe. The Nucleus smart home intercom is the most sophisticated way to keep in touch with your inner circle.

Smarter iKettle 2.0

With a company mission to “make your existing kitchen space Smart by connecting old appliances and bringing them into the connected world,” appliance maker Smarter created the iKettle 2.0. Estimated to shave approximately two days worth of time per year, the iKettle 2.0 is designed to remote brew from anywhere.

Nanoleaf Aurora

The Toronto-based Nanoleaf is taking an entirely different approach toward interior lighting by designing a multi-colored smart panel system that fastens together like Jigsaw pieces. Looking more like an illuminated piece of artwork, the Nanoleaf Aurora is a group of 9 energy-efficient, flat LED panels that are triangle-shaped and color-adjustable.

LIFX Smart Light Bulb

With 16 million color options, the LIFX smart light bulb strategically illuminates your home and at the same time, connects to all the latest smart home apps. The custom controlled LED strips are suitable for both indoor lighting as well as the outdoors. Available in A19 and BR20 sizes, you can select a limitless spectrum of colors for eight individually addressable zones.


If you’ve ever thought to yourself, “what’s beneath me,” during a casual swim at the beach or like most of us, have PTSD after watching Jaws, then it may be time to purchase a magnetic shark repellent called, Sharkbanz. For the sole purpose of alleviating an inherent fear of sharks, Co-founders and recreational surfers Nathan and David Garrison of Mano, LLC have created Sharkbanz.

PicoBrew Pico

By partnering with over 150 award-winning pubs from around the world, Pico allows users to customize the brewing experience. From tuning the hops for bitterness to adjusting the alcohol content, each brew cycle contains authentic, eco-friendly ingredients.