Qualy Block Stacking Bin

Qualy Block stacking bins are neat looking, easy to use and well-organized storage vessels for your trash. You can collect, organize and recycle garbage in a clever and practical manner. Created with modern living in mind, where space-saving is a paramount concern of most city dwellers, these stack-able bins work to keep your unwanted rubbish organized and out of sight. The bottom of each bin nests snugly into the individual lid of the unit underneath, creating one unified and sturdy structure.

Volvo Life Paint

This product helps you keep safe on roads at nights. A light-reflective spray protects nighttime riders better than fluorescent clothing. The spray illuminates your clothes so you can be spotted in dark. It lasts for a week and it can be washed off easily and can either be applied temporarily or permanently. Makes your clothing, helmet and bike glow in the dark. Enjoy your early morning commute or night time jog by making yourself visible and safe.

Eye Que – Personal Vision Tracker

Test your vision anywhere, anytime. No doctor appointment. Just you, EyeQue, and your smartphone. Attach the EyeQue to your smartphone and launch the myEyeQue application. Your vision record is returned with spherical, cylindrical and axis figures, the same values your eye doctor uses to generate a prescription. Your vision records are also stored securely in the cloud and accessible from your EyeQue dashboard to view them anytime from your smartphone or computer.

Source: https://www.eyeque.com

Drone Sweaters – Clothes for Cold Drones

Drone not flying so hot in the cold? Artist Danielle Baskin has a solution — Drone Sweater. Danielle Baskin initially created the aptly named “Drone Sweaters” as a joke but quickly learned they served a practical purpose for some drown owners. Batteries in general are known to be susceptible to cold weather, which is why many photographers keep a spare battery in their pockets to keep them warm during cold shoots. There are still many drone owners who have seen their drones shiver violently after exposure to winter temperatures but hesitate to put clothing on their drones for fear of appearing odd. Well, have no fear. If you are concerned about your drone being cold, there is certainly no harm in putting clothing on them.

Source: https://www.dronesweaters.com