The SpyderX Pro from Datacolor is a calibrating system to ensure all your monitors are providing you with accurate colour for your images or graphics. This comes in the form of a compact unit that lets you calibrate multiple devices quickly and effectively. This is the fastest device Spyder Datacolour has to offer and lets you get precision colours in just a minute or two, thanks to the lens-based colour engine that provides a higher level of colour accuracy for multiple monitors.
The first Solly Baby wrap was created in 2011 when Elle Rowley took to making her own wrap after the birth of her second child, Solomon. This is where the name Solly Baby comes from. She found existing carriers painful and unattractive, and wanted to create something comfortable and stylish to wear. Solly Baby believes closeness is what matters, and that the power of touch provides a strength and comfort whilst encouraging bonding by experiencing life together.
The Highway 600 from Pure is an in-car audio adapter with DAB, Bluetooth music and hands-free calling. this kit comes with antenna, wireless controller, magnetic grounding tail, DAB film aerial, microphone module, batteries (2 x AAA), wireless controller bracket, 12v power adapter, self-adhesive cable clips, cleaning wipe and documentation. The system allows you to update your car audio into a modern DAB radio with extra features instead of replacing your entire system.
New out from Proviz for the 2018/2019 season is the Reflect360 performance cycling gilet. It is available in Men’s and Women’s versions in sizes XS-XXXL and 6-16 respectively and has been created to fit comfortably over the top of standard cycling gear for road cycling. The Reflect360, as you may have guessed from the name, has 360˚ reflectivity to help you be seen in the dark or when the light quality is reduced. The Gilet features Proviz’s retro-reflective material across the entire front, and across the shoulders and the lower back.
With a name like PIQ Robot, you might think of a large robotic caddy following you around the green telling you what to do and holding your drinks, but although this would be awesome, it wouldn’t be convenient to pack away in the boot of your car. Thankfully, this robot is teeny tiny and sits on your glove (sadly, it won’t hold your drinks).
My nephew is a stereotypical five year old. His mum and I were participating in a firewalk (yes, we are badass, but let’s try to focus on the child carrier here). He was excited to watch his mummy burn the dead skin off her feet, but when it came to making the 20 minute trip from their house to the event, he decided his legs didn’t work. The Piggyback Rider SCOUT toddler carrier could have been just the thing needed at that moment.
Myzone is a workout system that combines the joys of sweating your bits off with modern technology, to ensure that you are correctly sweating the right bits off with the right amount of effort. No matter if you are seasoned sports pro or it the first time you have put on a pair of trainers, Myzone helps you feel confident in your exercise. The focus of the Myzone system is ensuring that you are in the right heart rate zone by using the Myzone MZ-3 chest strap to measure you heart rate (equiv.
This USB-C dock brings everything you need into one place by equipping your laptop with HDMI, Ethernet, USB ports, and charging. It features a built-in Qi charging pad for recharging compatible devices wirelessly. The Symbus Q can transform a laptop into a full-featured desktop system. The Q-coil technology, Symbus Q, can charge through cases up to 5 mm in thickness, which means you can just place your phone on the charger without having to dismantle it first.
Although some of us are still waiting for our letters from Hogwarts, if you think about it, us muggles can perform some pretty incredible magic. With a touch of a button, we can have a face to face conversation with a friend on the other side of the world, we can switch off the lights just by speaking the right words… I even recently reviewed a self-stirring spoon just like Mrs. Weasley’s! Maybe we can’t perform the Levicorpus on people that annoy us, but we don’t have to deal with dragons either, so swings and roundabouts.
I had a nightmare scenario last week: I got one mile into my eight-mile run, only to have the batteries of my wireless headphones die. I then had to suffer an hour (who am I kidding? It was more like 80mins) of nothing but my heavy breathing, traffic, rowdy college students and squeaky right trainer to listen to. You see, I have always found that music increases my performance, blocks out any annoying brain chatter and generally just makes my runs more enjoyable.