Deodorizing Refrigerator Egg

December 19, 2007

Stainless steel deodorizing egg keeps your refrigerator
smelling fresh. Just add new charcoal every few months.. I like!

Extract from King Arthur Flour


November 11, 2007

hiREC, designed by Andrea Vecera won the Silver Award at Samsung Young Design Awards . It’s essentially a device that reads out sell-by-dates, nutritional information, food intolerances, and recipes. By placing any food on the device, correlating information displays on the touchscreen interface. The system can work for medicine, specifically pharmacists who need to accurately measure meds out for each individual.

Extract from Yanko Design

Target ClearRx Pill Bottle

October 31, 2007


Why on earth has Target’s ClearRx pill bottle, which is easier to hold, easier to read and easier on the eyes, still not been copied, improved on, partnered with, etc on a global scale?

An oral syringe makes measuring clean and simple too.

Extract from Target

C-Cap is meant to improve medication adherence by reminding diabetics and other patients requiring injected medication when to take the next dose, while housing the medication for convenience.

For instance, when it’s time for a diabetic to take their insulin, the C-Cap’s light will glow green. If they are late, the color will turn to yellow and the pen may chime as a reminder. Then, after the patient takes their meds, the pen will turn red until the next dose.

Extract from Medicom


Carpal tunnel syndrome, arthritis and tendonitis are no match for the GripGlider™. Use this simple, effective exercise device for just a few minutes a day to improve range of motion, dexterity and endurance and help relieve pain. Dozens of exercises, including a gentle rocking glide and tension band stretches, help strengthen your hands and wrists, as well as your arms.

I just try to blog less…

Extract from FeelGoodStore

Breathe Air Helmet

July 14, 2007


It may look like something out of Return Of The Jedi, but this helmet could help cyclists breathe more easily, according to its designer. The helmet was created to filter out particles which irritate hay fever and asthma sufferers.
It covers the cyclist’s nose and mouth with a shield behind which the filtered air circulates. Used air is expelled via a plastic tube when the cyclist exhales.
The helmet, called Breathe Air, was created by 22-year-old Brunel University industrial design and technology student Luke Pannell.
Mr Pannell is seeking a manufacturer to take on the Breathe Air helmet, which is expected to retail for around £100.

Extract from Lancashire Evening Post

Webble Foot Rest

June 7, 2007


Meet webble, a new kind of foot rest… It’s about motion and activity… while you work. It’s about health and wellness… without a prescription. It’s about having fun… under your desk.

Extract from webble