Apple’s largest — and most expensive — iPad ever is a powerful new tool for artists and graphic designers. But can it replace a laptop for the rest of us? The new iPad Pro is the biggest and fastest Apple tablet to date. The pressure-sensitive Pencil stylus offers superior sketching and drawing, and the Pro’s […]
You’ve probably seen the commercial for the Yoshi Grill Mat. It goes on top of your grill to create a non-stick cooking surface. The idea is, you can cook burgers, fish, eggs or even cheese without it falling through the cracks and creating a mess. Jason Morse, the grilling expert for Rocky Mountain Ace Hardware […]
The Mighty Blaster As Seen On TV Spray Nozzle – Does It Work? Is your hose attachment just not cutting it for everyday household chores? We are testing the Mighty Blaster and see if it packs the powerful punch it promises. The Eilert’s regular spray nozzle attachment usually does the trick on driveway works-of-art. But […]
The Nuwave pic reviews show how people all around love this new technique of cooking, where you can set the temperature and keep cooking your regular food as well as try new dishes. httvp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kj09YNTV4Og Buy the Precision Nuwave Induction Cooktop Related articles Nuwave Pic 2 Precision Induction Cooktop
Everyone likes simple fitness plans. We live in a world that is high-paced, and a lot of us want to see results now, we want things to be done now, and we… This fitness belt is an attempt to help people lose eight while going through their everyday routine. Let’s take a closer look. What […]
Made by Nautilus, Inc. and based out of Vancouver, WA, the Bowflex MAX Trainer is based on traditional elliptical machines, but has been redesigned to be more approachable and effective. The company claims the trainer provides all of this with almost zero impact, and in a fun and motivating format. Related articles Bowflex Max Trainer […]
i was thinking about maybe purchasing the ab rocket twister. but is it really as effective as it claims to be? have you ever used/purchased one? i’m dying to lose weight. and i guess my biggest problem is self control. if you dont like the ab rocket twister or never used it.
Unless you’ve been residing on another planet during the last decade, the phrase “Get Hooked on Phonics!” should resonate as powerfully as any media mantra a hooked-on-TV nation has ever heard. The hugely promoted program enjoyed immense popularity during the late 1980s and early 1990s, not coincidentally appearing about the time that the whole-language approach […]
y DD just turned 4 and we decided to homeschool. I’ve already started the preschool workbooks and things but I saw something on the hooked on phonics program and was curious if anyone has tried it and how it’s working. So far my DD knows her letters, trace them and write some by herself. She […]
UC Berkeley School of Architecture grad Anton Willis dreamed up the Oru Kayak four years ago as a solution to fitting a boat into his small San Francisco apartment. Using the principals of origami, Willis created a lightweight yet robust kayak out of corrugated plastic, and designed it to fold from a 12’ boat into […]
After learning how to handle my NutriBullet, it became my most frequently used kitchen appliance. The Bullet itself comes with two blades, three cups and a booklet of recipes. For me, it’s completely changed my mornings on the run.
Finally, I’ve found an “as seen on TV” product that not only does what it’s supposed to do, but actually exceeded my expectations. I’d seen the Chillow, a cold pad placed inside a pillowcase, on TV and thought it might help the terrible headaches I’ve had since being injured over a year ago. But, I […]
You see the ads during your favorite TV show in the afternoon or late at night and often you see an aisle dedicated just for them. “As Seen on TV” products promise to make our lives better. So once again, Nancy Naeve is putting them to the test. She enlightens us on the Light Angel […]
The Social Circle question of the week revolved around these iconic, as-seen-on-TV sleeved blankets – which have been marketed by various brands such as the Slanket, Snuggler, Doojoo and Toasty Wrap. What do you think of em? Snuggies
We bought the Forever Fragrant Fresh Sticks, available online for $10 plus shipping and handling. The product promises to eliminate odors for two years. Our intern Alli tested if she could still smell them after two months and she said she can still smell it everyday. The fresh sticks come in two Cool Linen and Golden […]
This product claims to speed up the time it takes to get that potato from the pantry to your plate!
“Get it instantly with Night View NV, the glare-reduction glasses that turn fuzzy and dull into clear and bright, even at night!” blurted its web commercial.
Holiday meals can be overwhelming, so many people, so much chaos. If you could cook your turkey in half the time, that would help free of space in the oven for the green been casserole and yams. Nancy Naeve tries out the Turbo Roaster to see if it works. This little gadget called the Turbo […]
I have always been a bit of a sucker for as seen on TV products, but my husband… not so much. That was until he saw the pocket hose in action. We have a small back yard and over the years have tried several different hoses, but there is always the issue of storage.
Luminosity may only work on your ego, not your mind. Who among us would deny their brain some mental fitness? You can’t have missed the commercial ads for Luminosity on TV, they air constantly. And…
Women across the country spend plenty of time and money getting their nails done. Now one kit claims it can help you get shiny, salon-quality nails at home using the power of magnets.
Infomercials can be convincing — but how do the products stack up? The editors at Woman’s Day magazine reviewed some of the most popular beauty products sold on television.
Mom Testers Review New Spring Products Sold on TV Three women test out products seen on infomercials in their everyday lives.
For most of us — despite our heroic efforts — life isn’t perfect.Isn’t it comforting, then, to sit back in a comfy chair, turn on the television, watch a commercial and learn that there’s a product out there that will solve the very the problem that’s vexing us at that moment. By Ellen WarrenChicago Tribune