FloaterPaddle 3-in-1 Swimming Device
Danilo Gerona created the FloaterPaddle after growing up in the Philippines swimming in a nearby river with whatever flotation device they could find. Later in life Gerona was swimming in a lake with a life vest but noticed the drag made it difficult to swim. It led him to create FloaterPaddle, a foam or inflatable device that allows children to float and move around with ease. The foam model sells for $49.95 and the inflatable model is available for $14.95.
Don’t set adrift dreaming about awesome backyard pools. Just remember pool noodles can do more than just provide entertainment in the pool.
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CHFUN Rechargeable Bike Tail Light
Bicyclists who use hand signals for their turns are great but those hand signals aren’t so visible at night. CHFUN has that problem solved with a rechargeable bike light that will signal a turn when a bicyclist leans one way or the other as they make a turn. It will hold a charge for around six hours.
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Ring Beams Home Security Lights
Ring, a home security tech company, recently acquired LED light company Mr. Beams and announced the launch of several new security products that combine technology from both companies. One of the first collaborative efforts is Ring Beams Home Security Lights. The Mr. Beams lights will illuminate any motion they detect and work in conjunction with Ring’s security cameras and doorbells. An alert will be sent to any connected device when movement is detected so you can see from the camera what’s going on outside.
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