The Go-Go Lock is a lock that protects its users from opportunistic theft, so that commuters and travelers can travel securely and stylishly.
The nature of travel includesconstantly changing environments. Travel theft is more diverse than simply bag snatching. Vulnerable situations include fatigue, belongings left in hotels, underneath chairs in public spaces, and even overhead baggage carriers. There's a need for a versatile way to secure baggage.
To use, simply unwind the stainless steel slash-proof cable and wrap it around a nearby fixture, such as a bedpost, table leg, or other unmovable object. While there are several reasons a journey may not run smooth, being unable to protect your belongings should never be one of them.
The Spindled melon scooper is a kitchen tool designed to be comfortable, long-lasting, and sustainable. So named for it's long and skinny neck, it offers maximum comfort and a lifespan intended to last generations. We streamlined our material processes to include just stainless steel and pine, exempting any staining. A vial of wax comes free with it to extend its lifespan. Its the natural, simple melon scooping solution that will last you a lifetime.
SnugNugs is a heater concept that operates as both a space heater and pocket-warmer reserve. The concept was inspired by the daily struggle of houseworkers in third-world countries, who fail to stay warm due to the indoor and outdoor nature of their work. The goal of the heater was to transport the warmth of the home to the outdoors, for constant comfort.
A round, cylindrical form was favored for its heat-conserving surface-area to volume ratio. A candle placed in the base provides light and heat, while small pocket warmers gain heat in the nest above. A lid and a central spire help facilitate airflow around the pocket warmers.
This dual-function appliance will keep you warm, wherever you go.
Visaid is a product that aims to equalize the social strata for the hearing impaired. The primary clinical management intervention for people with hearing loss is hearing aids, however, the majority (80%) of adults aged 55– 74 years who would benefit from a hearing aid, do not use them. One of several reasons for this is the social stigma around wearing hearing aids, particularly for seniors.
A mic within the device is tuned to the decibel range specific to the hearing aid of the wearer. When surrounding speaking volumes fall below that range, lights blink upwards to notify the person speaking that their volume has dropped below the audible hearing aid range. This brings the non-hearing impaired to accommodate the hearing impaired, as opposed to the other way around.
Sugar Please is a play on packaging that uses audio-visual cues to hack the habits of sugar addicts. Each Sugar Please snack is made with real-sugar instead of addictive substances such as high fructose corn syrup or artificial sweeteners. The items compete visually in the grocery aisle with other, less healthy junk food snacks. Users can then track their progress and re-order their favorites from our website. Each Sugar Please snack has its "sugar level" printed on the front of the package. This eliminates the need for consumers to learn how to read and interpret nutritional information. Sugar Please is just the first of many steps on the path to lowering sugar intake.