8 Insane products we’ve seen so far in 2018

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We see many great innovations here at Gadget Flow. But just occasionally, something truly amazing catches our eye. Here are eight insane products we’ve seen this year.

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Technology moves at incredible speed nowadays. If you want to stand out, you have to do something truly extraordinary. While many brands stick to unambitious upgrades, there are always a few startups willing to push the boundaries. When these projects come good, the results can be mind-blowing. Here’s a roundup of insane products that we’ve encountered in 2018.

HoverGlide Ultra Lightweight Floating Backpack

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HoverGlide backpack

This remarkable backpack reduces the impact of each step when you are carrying a heavy load. The floating frame looks like something from the future, allowing you to run along with minimal effort. HoverGlide also has a water-repellent finish.
Price: TBA

FinalStraw Reusable Pop-Up Drinking Straw

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FinalStraw reusable straw

If you want to reduce your impact on the environment, FinalStraw offers a simple solution for slurping your drinks. When you open the pocket-sized pouch, this stainless steel straw automatically springs into alignment.
Price: $20 USD

Spyra One Next Generation Water Gun

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Spyra One water gun

Forget Super Soaker — there’s a new water gun in town. Spyra One fires “bullets” of water upwards of 25 feet with remarkable precision. It takes only 14 seconds to fill, and a digital display shows how much battery and water you have left.
Price: $135 USD, pre-order

ADCase Shock Absorbing iPhone Case

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ADcase iPhone protection

When you crash your car, airbags inflate rapidly to save your skull. ADCase does the same for your iPhone — this remarkable product has four spring-loaded legs that only release when you drop your phone. It’s pure genius.
Price: TBA USD

Vincross HEXA Programmable Hexapod Robot

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HEXA programmable robot

What would you do with a programmable robotic spider? Here’s one option: use HEXA as a walking flower pot. The robot can follow the light using its built-in optical sensors — just one of countless possible uses.
Price: $949 USD

eSight Assistive Visual Aid

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eSight visual aid

This remarkable headset offers new hope for the partially sighted. An HD camera captures the world around you, with the footage displayed in real-time on two near-sight screens. Devices like these will probably replace glasses one day.
Price: $9,995 USD

PBspoon Perfect Peanut Butter Spoon

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PB peanut butter spoon

For centuries, humankind has struggled to scrape out the bottom of food jars. But finally, there is a solution. PBspoon has a long handle to help you reach the bottom, and the spoon part offers smooth spreading.
Price: $11 USD, pre-order

The Hot Seat USB Heated Stadium Chair

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The Hot Seat

Next time you’re thinking of attending a football game in Green Bay, take the Hot Seat with you. This USB-heated chair helps you stay warm in the stands, and it’s much comfier than the metal benches.
Price: $69 USD

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We hope you will be suitably impressed with our selection of insane products. What was your favorite? Have we missed something amazing? Tell us in the comments!

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.

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