It can be a tricky decision choosing which tools to invest in for DIY projects at home. While there are three main choices available: buy on a budget, splash out on top name brands or simply rent, it is far from crystal clear which option is going to offer the best value for money and… Continue reading The DIY Dilemma – How Much To Spend On Tools
Recently we featured the Herman Miller SAYL Chair which claimed to be one of the comfiest available in the world. We’ve now got a new contender for this – the Gravity Balans by Varier. The chair is designed to make you feel like you’re free of gravity and is shaped to make you feel like… Continue reading Gravity Balans – The Chair that Makes You Weightless
In late 2009, the Geeks reviewed an Epson WorkForce 600 multipurpose printer/fax/scanner printer and we thought the WorkForce 600 was an excellent all-in-one printer. Fast forward a year and the Geeks received an Epson WorkForce 635 to review and several months and after testing every feature on the all-in-printer, we’re still impressed with the quality… Continue reading Review: Epson WorkForce 635 All-in-One Printer
Fed up waiting for your baggage to come round after a flight? Fed up of having to pay extra for baggage on budget airlines? The TRIP by TravelTeq might be the solution. The TRIP is designed to fit perfectly into the overhead compartments on a flight, and at the same time maximize the amount of… Continue reading Suitcase Gets Confused – Pretends to be Chair/Speaker System/Mobile Office
If you’ve got some spare cash knocking around that you feel would be well spent on making your study/office a bit more comfortable we suggest you try out the SAYL chair by Herman Miller. This chair might look normal enough at first glance, but in fact the chair’s design was inspired by the suspension engineering… Continue reading The Herman Miller SAYL – the Perfect Computer Chair?
Le Whif is perhaps the most perfect product ever made and has an awesome name to boot. Le Whif allows the weight conscience to inhale coffee or chocolate without the calories and guilt. You simply pop open the product, stick in your lips and inhale through your mouth. Sure it looks like you are enjoying… Continue reading Le Whif Breathable Chocolate and Coffee
We’ve shown you SmartShopper’s Voice Recognition List-Maker before so here’s a quick update on their new one. If you don’t know what the original SmartShopper device was, it was a small printer that could recognise your voice, add the items you said to a list, then printed them off with its thermal printer, making it… Continue reading SmartShopper Updates their Ultimate Shopping Gizmo
Sure, we’ve had digital meat thermometers for a long time, even remote, talking and wireless ones, but how about one that feeds data to your iPhone? Enter the iGrill and iGrill iOS app.
If you’re still using 100W lightbulbs in your house there’s potential here to save a lot of money. The PAR20 by ELS (Electronic Lighting Science, Inc) is an LED light bulb that runs off a mere 9W of power. Replacing 100W bulbs with these could save you a fortune on your electricity bill. Let’s see… Continue reading This LED Lightbulb Could Earn You a “Free” iPad
If you read the article we posted recently about Archerfish’s Security Cameras, you know we weren’t impressed with the price. So here’s an alternative solution that’s a little cheaper and still packed full of features. The classy “Alert” range of security cameras by Logitech will do the job perfectly well and is 25% cheaper than the… Continue reading Logitech Alert offers stylish Web-connected Security Cameras