EarlySense Percept Contact Free Fertility Tracker

Thanks to the useless sex education classes we received in school, you could easily be led to believe that you could fall pregnant from simply holding hands. Now a lot of my friends are actually trying to get pregnant on purpose, it turns out it can be a lot harder than we were once told!

Skull Shaver Pitbull Platinum - Click to see the full review

With a brand name ‘Skull Shaver’ you may be able to guess what the Pitbull Platinum might be specifically designed for, but just to eliminate any room for confusion: it is here to give you a close, angry doorman-style shave on your head and face. The Platinum is the third generation and the newest product from ‘Skull Shaver’ focusing on quality and durability with stronger components, better quality testing and IPX5 certified water resistance, so you can use it in the shower (do not submerge).

Kolibree Ara Toothbrush - Click to see the full review

You will be forgiven for not thinking of the Kolibree when you think of electric toothbrushes; it’s a tough market cornered by two giants: Philips and Oral B. However, the Ara from Kolibree boasts the impressive title of being the world’s first toothbrush with artificial intelligence. Whether that is a good thing remains to be seen, but we are a sucker for a ‘world’s first’ here at Gadgethead. So, lets take a look at what the Ara brings to the table…or sink…whatever.

Corioliss C1 Styling Iron - Click to see the full review

The Corioliss C1 Styling Iron has the potential to provide you with straight, wavy or curly hair. With 1-inch titanium plates, an adjustable heat capacity of up to 235°C and a long, 3-meter 360˚ swivel cord, which is handy when your mirror and plug socket aren’t anywhere near each other!

Livia - Click to see the full review

Every month, many women have the “pleasure” of feeling like their insides are being repeatedly twisted and squeezed like a wet towel being rung out, but because we are all superheroes we carry on with our daily routines as usual. I am of course referring to Aunt Flo’s monthly karate kick to the abdomen that always sends women hobbling to the medicine cabinet. The Livia is a CE-approved medical device aimed to help relieve menstrual pains.  It works by using two electrodes that can be placed on the skin near the source of the pain.

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SITU Smart Food Nutrition Scale - Click to see the full review

January is the month where everyone will be looking for new year’s resolutions, including making healthier choices when it comes to your diet. Introducing the SITU Smart Food Nutrition Scale designed for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, which works by weighing your food and sending the information to the app. From there you can then view the calories and nutrients on the app so you know exactly what you are putting into your body. You might not even consider that amount of sugar in a piece of bread for example, or sodium in cheese.

Reviber Zen Physio Deep Tissue Massager - Click to see the full review

One of the wonderful benefits they forget to mention about working out is the constant cycle of aching muscles all over your body. Therefore the Reviber Zen Physio Deep Tissue Massager could potentially be godsend! At first inspection it looked slightly intimidating: the instructions are either translated or just badly written, but you soon get the gist of how it works. The Physio claims to release muscular tension with a steady, comfortable, pulsed acupressure, and that this massage technique penetrates even the tightest muscles, sounds perfect right?

AYO Light Therapy Glasses - Click to see the full review

The idea of wearing a pair of glasses that shine light into your eyes might not immediately sound like the most comfortable experience, but trust me when I say that this is a good idea. The AYO uses a similar principle to light therapy boxes, but comes built into a wearable set of glasses. AYO aims to help combat symptoms of S.A.D, Jet Lag, helping maintain healthier body rhythms and boost energy in winter months.

Nokia Thermo - Click to see the full review

The Thermo by Nokia is Smart Temporal Thermometer that connects via an app (because if it doesn’t come with an app these days it doesn’t really exist), and uses an infrared sensor to get an accurate reading in a non-invasive way. It all comes in a rather stylish package and the thermometer itself has a tactile feeling about it, and comfortably fits the hand making it ideal for grabbing and using in low lights without the fear of dropping it on your patient’s face.