Week in Review: Spool Dock, BioLite NanoGrid, kSafe, Runcible and More
We are coming towards the end of April and here are some big updates we have come up with in the past week. If you haven’t yet explored our new product listings, try checking them now and watch for the Community Tab on the right. It’s the place where we want you to comment on the products and why you like or dislike them. We love to hear feedback and thought why not make a community out of it. So participate as much as you can and make The Gadget Flow your own product hunting platform. To add to that, we’ve also improved our individual blog design. Now you can read all our reviews in a more clutter free way.
Coming back to our weekly favorites, here are some of our best reviews and product picks from the past week.
Best From the Gadget Blog
Best Product Picks
For the first time ever, you can now enjoy all the power and fun of Polaroid instant print cameras without the need for the actual camera.
SmartBlend technology, multi-speed pulse, a 100-speed touch slider, and a sleek, show-stopping design make the Designer 725 the star of any kitchen.
Runcible is a new category of personal electronic which occupies a space between a traditional mobile phone and a wearable device.
It uses your existing Apple cord, it easily slides over the connector propping your phone at the proper angle for viewing your app in the landscape orientation.
Researchers at the MIT Media Lab are developing a new, wearable device that turns the user’s thumbnail into a miniature, wireless track pad.
This speaker has been empowered with spectacular sound quality that can fill up your entire room without requiring any additional strings or wires.
The wristband has been loaded with emergency medical information and makes it super easy to access by first-responders like EMTs, police and firefighters in case of an emergency.
By simply looking at the Grey Double Hanging Cacoon, you can say it’s kind of a luxury refuge for hanging indoors.
BRICWAVE™ Xpress integrates its “USB flash drive” and “High-speed charging cable” features in one compact format! BRICWAVE™Xpress users can efficiently recharge mobile devices in just a fraction of the time it takes other charging cables to perform the very same task.
It uses towels, rags, or microfiber cloth to mop / dust floors and overhead surfaces.
hey have been printed using an eco-friendly technology called HP Latex Printing which keeps the vividness of the colors intact.
RAFTEA™ Ultimate Tea Maker™ simplifies tea and chai preparation, taking care of steeping temperatures and ensuring even distribution of heat during steeping and brewing.
MagBak is a minimalist protective case and mounting solution for your iPhone.
The Moxie iPhone Cover Skull Head is designed for those who wish to give their iPhones a spooky makeover.
Working like a stylus, the Tuna Tablet DJ Knobs can be considered as physical controls knobs for your touchscreen.
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Have a great weekend everyone and can’t wait to read your feedback and comments on the Community! Happy Gadgeting!