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Bragi Dash
$299

The German company Bragi has created Dash – the first “truly wireless earbuds”. Connecting to each other using technology called near-field magnetic induction (NFMI), the smart headphones are completely free from wires. That means you no longer have to untangle your headphones like last year’s holiday lights or get them ripped out of your head mid-treadmill stride.

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LIFX
$59.99

With an endless color scheme and full connectivity with some of the leading smart home devices, LIFX is arguably one of the smartest light bulbs on the market today. If you’re someone interested in transforming your home into the smartest home on the block, LIFX will bring you to the next level.

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Bixi
$79

By sensing waves and taps, Bixi – a smart controller – allows you full control of your home devices and apps. Bixi, the first ultra-portable touch-free smart controller, commands an entire suite of applications whether it’s Phillips Hue light bulbs or YouTube.

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Avance MIPS
$600

Introducing Giro’s Avance Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS). Considered to be the world’s most advanced ski helmet on the market today, Giro engineers incorporated four impact protection technologies to safeguard alpine skiers.

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PowerWall 2
$5,500

Tesla, in its quest to create a fully integrated sustainable future, has launched Powerwall 2 – a compact, stackable, built-in solar energy Inverter. Powerwall 2 is a completely automated battery that stores the sun’s energy and can power a two-bedroom home for a full day.

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Arctic Grip™

Vibram, the world leader in high-performance soles, may have just created the most advanced cold weather gripping system on the market today. With a tread made out of “rubber compound with an advanced filler system,” Vibram says Arctic Grip has up to “three times better grip” on wet ice surfaces than its other premium rubber products.

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Barracuda Konzu
$249

The Konzu backpack is a chargeable backpack that has a running list of features that protects your belongings from savvy pickpocketers; and at the same time, shields your information from hackers. So if you’re a commuter traveling with a Best Buy inventory of tech gadgets or just someone interested in safeguarding their laptop, the Konzu is the perfect backpack for you.

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SolPad™

By combining breakthrough battery storage, an innovative inverter system, and intelligence software, SunCulture Solar, Inc. created SolPad – an integrated device that is less expensive, more powerful, and easier to use than any solar power system on the market today.

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Bionic Bird
$149

Using a type of engineering (Biomimetics) that “takes advantage of the inventions found in nature,” Ruymbeke created Bionic Bird – a furtive drone that can easily maneuver in your living room or fly within a 100-meter range outside.

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Zungle Panther
$119

With similar design features as Ray Ban’s Wayfarer, the Zungle Panther is a set of audio shades with built-in bone conduction speakers. By connecting your lightweight (0.1 lb) shades to your smart phone via Bluetooth, you’re able to whip around town listening to your favorite playlists. The bone conductor speaker technology transmits sound waves to the listener’s skull via vibrations.

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Lechal Mach Insoles
$179.99

Called “the footwear of the future,” the Lecal Mach Unisex Insoles are Bluetooth-enabled GPS navigators for your feet. It’s as simple as slipping the insoles into your favorite shoe, programming your destination into the app, and you’re on your way. The best part about Lecal smart insoles: haptic technology.

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Decibel
$195

Decibel, a wireless Bluetooth speaker, is the longest lasting, most upgradeable, most sustainable product of its kind. Decibel’s creators are poised to change the direction of consumer technology products. How so? The Module Project, a New Zealand-based start-up, plans on designing and manufacturing high-tech products that combine innovation with sustainability.

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