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Protect your loved ones and yourself with this wrist watch child locator or personal locator.  Always know where your loved ones are or let your loved ones know where you are. Great for hiking, mountain climbing, camping, amusement park, shopping malls, etc. Has many features including

Sony took one of our favorite LCD TVs of 2017 and supersized it. The monstrous 85-inch X900F sticks with its predecessor’s full-array local dimming LED backlight and adds Dolby Vision high dynamic range compatibility.

I live in an apartment building with humongous, dumb industrial washers and dryers that burn everything and are a big Hercules Laundry Monitoring fail, so I don’t get all the fuss about multicompartment smart washer/dryer combos. But our smart Smart Home folks think these are “the wackiest innovation we’ve seen yet” and not just it has two washer compartments and two dryer compartments. It can operate off a single water line even when washing two loads simultaneously, has customizable temperature zones for the small dryer, and can be controlled by your phone.

Who needs solar? While you’re strolling your child through the park the Moxi is turning all its wheel-turning kinetic energy into usable electricity. You can charge your phone, light your path or track your distance.

The pneumatic tube system in the CIA’s first headquarters building featured more than 30 miles of 4-inch steel tubing. The system, which had about 150 receiving and dispatching stations throughout the building, operated between 1962 and 1989.

If you’re looking for the perfect mobile accessory for your retro ’90s outfit, the Gemini clamshell is for you. Pure throwback on the outside, but all business on the inside with a 10-core processor, 64GB of storage and 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. 

Cracking nuts is serious work and the Torq Nutcracker is built to handle the gnarliest nuts. Made of matte black 3D printed steel, it looks like a miniature medieval torture device. Simply spin the screw to apply pressure and with minimal effort, you will bust the nut.

Dog doo? Really? Boghardt says this, er, doohickey has a hollowed-out space inside, ideal for holding a message so that case officers and sources could communicate without raising suspicion. Doo tends to be left alone, which is why beacons disguised as tiger excrement were used to mark targets in Vietnam, Boghardt says. One of the risks is obviously that such a device would be thrown away or discovered by someone accidentally.

The Bluetooth headphone that could finally get audiophiles to cut the cord. Beyerdynamic’s Amiron wireless headphone is articulate, with excellent clarity and bass definition, and superior to the company’s on-ear Aventho Wireless — a great Bluetooth headphone in its own right.

The Ultimate Rubber Band Shooter Did you use to shoot rubber bands off your finger back in grade school? Are you and your office mates in a full out office war and you need the best come back? Then you are going to want this rubber band machine gun from XYZbot. It is…

This is exactly what it sounds like: a remote-controlled key finding system that comes with four different colored key chains and one remote control. When failing to find a specific set of keys, or when a family member has lost their set, simply push the button on the remote control that corresponds to that color. A sound will ring out of the respective keychain and all you have to do is follow the sound to the keys. It’s simple, it’s effective, it’s small, it’s comfortable, and it’s perfect for everyone.

The light night bedside lamp is more than just a lamp; it is an early morning wake up call, a phone service recipient, and a microphone. That means it can become a communication device in the event a phone is misplaced. It also serves as an adorable away for kids to interact with their parents at night. Plus, it comes with a remote control for use even from a distance.

The POOF-Slinky 016000BL Scientific Explorer Bionic Ear is a versatile electronic listening device that allows your child to listen to conversations or other sounds without being detected from up to 3…

While you wait on that special invitation, Boghardt shines a light on 10 famous — and infamous — spy gadgets housed at the International Spy Museum, which is open to the public. — By Alyssa Danigelis, Discovery

The Stylish: Looking a bit more sleek than the DJI, this drone comes from the brand’s chief competitor. And it’s a solid (and much cheaper) option. It features a fisheye 14 megapixel camera that can capture video in 1080p, has a flight time of 25 minutes, and has a rear-mounted LED for use in low light situations.

Robots are everywhere at CES this year, and Ubtech’s biped contains multitudes. The Walker is prepared to tackle your security needs, patrolling your home’s perimeter, detecting motion and recording incidents with its integrated camera. And when it’s quitting time, it can dance and play games. Pretty good for a robot with no arms.

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