Indoor / Outdoor

  1. What You Need to Know About Biometric and Fingerprint Technology

    Biometric technology is nothing new and has been around here for decades. Here is the low down on biometric technology and the newest addition to our line of essentials for traveling or to add to your home security.
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  2. The Best Tool For Home Safety

    We've all had those scares when we're home alone, wondering if someone may or not break in. And when you're on a business trip or just need some extra privacy, there's always a tool to help with this. We've just released our door jammer, and honestly, we're pretty stoked about it and here's why:

    Perfect for Traveling

    Traveling alone itself can already be a scary situation. And nowadays with home rentals being a norm, and increased reports of crime and theft, it's always better safe than sorry. When you're busing prepping for a conference in your room, take an extra step and secure a door jammer with ease. This item is also super compact and portable for traveling, so you can easily pack it and go.

    When You're At Home

    If

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  3. Why You Need These 3 Gadgets For Camping

    Summer's approaching and you know what that means: enjoying the outdoors, grilling barbecue with friends and everything else in between. One of our favorite past time things to do has to be camping - from enjoying the scenic views of Yosemite to hiking a nearby trail. And when it comes to that, there's no price for safety. Anything could go wrong with one mistake or wrong turn. So of course, we're here to help you be prepared as much as possible. We're highlighting some of our favorite tools to help you enjoy your summer.

    4-in-1 Emergency Kit

    Find 4-in-1 Emergency Kit here

    Having a light at hand is essential to enjoying your night out while camping or chilling by the campfire. And although

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  4. Ways To Use Your Old Smartphone


    Out with the old, in with the new. Smartphones don't have the longest lifespan - with users averaging about 2 years for each new phone. And after spending over hundreds of dollars, if not thousands on a new phone (cough, iPhone X), we know it's not the easiest to let go of. Here are some tips on how to make the most out of your old smartphone.

    Alarm Clock


    This one's a given (hopefully). Double up your phone as am alarm clock and set it on your bedside stand. Leave it there while you use your regular phone in bed, and never bother with having to remember to set up your alarm again.

    Digital Photo Frame


    Okay, even though we have our own digital photo frames available, this makes for a quick and easy digital photo frame
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  5. Camping Must Haves for 2018

    2018campingSpring break and summer are right around the corner and it's time to check out camping must haves for 2018. It's time to break out that old camping checklist and dusty sleeping bags and see what's needed for your next trip. There are a ton of products out right now that make can make your camping trip a lot more enjoyable.

    2 Camping Must Haves for your 2018 Camping Trips

    LED Light Bar

    This is my favorite tool right now. It's like a normal flashlight but 10x better. First of all its way brighter than a normal flashlight, but the most convenient thing about it is that you can set it down in your tent or on your car and not worry about having to hold it yourself or have someone hold it for you. It lasts up to 12 hours on a full charge so unless you accidentally leave

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  6. How to Prepare an Emergency Kit

    Emergency Kit Photo by Seattle Refined When disaster is about to strike, the first thing that comes to mind is to run. And although this sounds like a terrific idea in the moment, it probably isn't the best action plan. Disasters can happen anywhere and at any time without a given warning, and the only way help these situations is to be prepared. Here are a few pointers on starting an emergency kit to be ready for any natural disaster.

    What You'll Need

    Having enough supplies for at least two weeks is recommended. Make sure you stock up on all of these essential items because youll never know how crowded stores will be once a warning is issued.

    Food

    • Water -2 gallons per person per day will keep
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  7. Must-Have Gadgets for Your Home

    musthaveHome is where the heart is, and that's why we can't stress the importance of furnishing your home with all the must-have essentials and gadgets to make your life a little easier. Whether it's something to help straighten your back while you're working from home, to setting the mood, these gadgets will improve the quality of your life.



    Universal Foldable Laptop Stand

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    Being cooped up on your laptop all day while preparing your taxes is not ideal. Getting up and taking a bunch of stretch breaks may seem ideal, but sometimes, you want a more ergonomic way to

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