Saturday, March 27, 2010
Sunday, March 21, 2010
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Invented, designed and engineered in the U.S. -- the 30 Second Smile is recommended by dentists to keep their patients’ teeth as shiny-white as the day they are cleaned, and for reversing gingivitis in a guaranteed two weeks! Six micro-brush heads surround each tooth with soft bristles, cleaning top, bottom, front, back and chewing surfaces -- all at the same time. Brushing only 30 seconds with The 30 Second Smile does more good than brushing three minutes with a single-headed toothbrush. This revolutionary device uses new technology to brush your teeth perfectly every time. You will never want to use an ordinary toothbrush again.
BarkOff is an ingenious, ultrasonic training aid that allows you to be in control of your dog's irritating, uncontrollable barking. When Rowdy starts tuning up for some high decibel barking, just flip the switch on your BarkOff device, and an ultrasonic signal -- inaudible to human ears – quickly catches his attention and interrupts his barking pattern. This ultrasonic signal actually teaches dogs the difference between nuisance barking and barking to protect your family and home. About the size of a TV remote, BarkOff is small enough to fit in your pocket, and you can take it with you anywhere you take your dog.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
For the most part I would have said yes because it seems to work very well. However, if it was working so well why would I need to keep using it? I mean, I was initially looking for cracked heel relief but what if there were a cure for cracked heels? I would prefer to find that.
Having cracked dry heels is no picnic. In fact, don't wear sandals to a picnic or you will be embarrassed for sure. I don't mean to joke about it really because cracked dry heels and cracked feet are a problem for a lot of people and using heel creams seems to be pointless.
Like I said above, Barielle Foot Cream is pretty good but it's a bit pricey in my opinion. Further, Barielle doesn't last that long. I don't mean to pick on Barielle because it is one of the only heel creams I have tried. I'm sure I would feel the same about the other brands which is what brings me to my point.
What if there were a product that actually cured cracked feet, or at least provided cracked heel relief for an extended period? I think the problem facing a lot of people regarding cracked feet is that most heel creams only stay on the surface of the skin.
Cracked Feet, and cracked heel especially, are problematic because the rough skin can become relatively deep compared with the penetration power of most heel creams, including Barielle Foot Cream in my opinion. If the remedy can't penetrate to the source of the problem, how can it help heal it?
Not all cracked dry heels are deep but if they are there is a good chance of infection and the development of chronic problems. Pain is one thing, but in severe cases, a persons ability to function normally can affected.
So if you are using a heel cream to treat your cracked dry heels as I was, keeping your eyes peeled for something new which promises to penetrate the skin and heal from within. So many find a product we like and stick with it. In my case it was Barielle Foot Cream, but what I was actually doing is just becoming a habitual user of a decent product which helped but did nothing to correct the problem.
The thing which caught my eye was the claim that Heel Tastic penetrates deep into the rough skin and begins to heal it from the source. No other heel cream that I've considered makes that claim and I thought heel tastic would be worth a try.
I read Heel Tastic reviews online and found at that people really liked it. I did see a few things regarding the ginger smell, (which I happen to like) and that fact that some thought it was a little greasy for a solid stick but those opinion were a minority.
I initially ordered heel tastic online but I now see it in stores for about $10. That's half the price of Barielle Foot Cream so if it works as well or better, then we've discovered something great, haven't we?
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
All inventors want a “foot in the door” when pitching their new product to TeleBrands CEO AJ Khubani. Yet, on Tuesday evening, March 23, NJ Devil (the Devils’ team mascot) will be the first to get a public pedicure from the “Infomercial King”!
Using the famous PedEgg, Khubani will treat NJ Devil to the special foot treatment as part of TeleBrands’ “As Seen on TV” night at Prudential Center. The event, which will take place before the Devils take on the Columbus Blue Jackets in an NHL match-up, represents the first time TeleBrands has partnered with a major league sports franchise.
Devils Arena Entertainment is teaming with TeleBrands and Khubani looks forward to highlighting those crazy infomercials that we all know and love by meeting ‘n greeting fans, holding product demos, and getting pitched new potential products. Currently, Devils fans have the opportunity to vote for their favorite TeleBrands “As Seen on TV” product on newjerseydevils.com. The product selected as most popular by fans – to be chosen from the PedEgg, Jupiter Jack, Windshield Wonder, Perfect Fit Button
or Bottle Top – will be given away at the March 23rd game.
“The New Jersey Devils exemplify dedication, success and teamwork in the state – and TeleBrands has been a part of New Jersey life for over 27 years,” said Khubani. “We are thrilled to sponsor the first TeleBrands 'As Seen on TV' giveaway at a major league hockey event."
“A Devils partnership with such a well known New Jersey company as TeleBrands is a perfect combination,” notes Jeff Vanderbeek, Chairman and Managing Partner of the New Jersey Devils. “We are looking forward to this event at The Rock on March 23rd and know that our Devils Legion will have a great time.”
When it comes to selecting successful products, Khubani has been dubbed the “King of the Infomercial.” From hosting TeleBrands’ Inventor’s Days throughout the country, to meeting at-home inventors wherever possible, he’ll be available before and during the game to welcome fans’ new-product pitches.
Devils Arena Entertainment (DAE) is the owner and operator of Prudential Center and the New Jersey Devils, overseeing the daily operation of the state-of-the-art arena as well as the business and brand development for the Devils.
TeleBrands Corp., headquartered in Fairfield, NJ, was founded in 1983 by businessman and entrepreneur A.J. Khubani. Since its inception, the company has brought fun and useful inventions to consumers worldwide and has launched more products through direct response television than any other company in history. TeleBrands products include Jupiter Jack, Perfect Fit Button, PedEgg,
Crazy Critters and EZ Comb. Visit www.telebrands.com.
Prudential Center in Newark, NJ opened in October of 2007 and is the first new arena built in the New Jersey, New York Metropolitan area in more than 25 years. Home to the three-time Stanley Cup Champion New Jersey Devils, Seton Hall NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball, starting in 2010 the NBA’s NETS Basketball, and in 2011 the NCAA East Regional Finals, Prudential Center hosts a variety of shows from the biggest names in sports and entertainment.
Here's a tale of two inventors with two very different products -- but some surprising similarities in how long and hard they worked to bring an inspiration for a solution to the market. One story's about something that's just a hassle: Schlepping your greasy propane grill tank in for a refill. Another's about any parent's worst nightmare: A crash with your baby in the car seat.
What these have in common is that New Englanders have been hard at work finding better ways to carry both your precious -- and your propane -- and those efforts have led to brand new products going on the market this summer. They're surprisingly similar stories of vision, inspiration, and long, hard work. David Amirault is design director for Dorel Juvenile Group, part of a huge child-products conglomerate that offers a wide line of car seats.
Five years ago, when car seats typically worked best only in head-on or rear-end crashes, Amirault said the company was looking into enhancements for child car seats. "We're always looking to find what we can do as a car-seat manufacturer to make products better, safer, and easier to use.'' "We were getting a lot of alarming statistics about how one in three crash fatalities for children are caused by side-impact accidents, so that starts opening the eyeballs,'' Amirault said. "We need to come up with a solution.'' For three years before they ever went to work designing a better side-impact car seat, Dorel worked with scientists at Kettering University. "Understanding crash dynamics was the next major hurdle,'' Amirault said.
They developed a complex testing lab to understand just what happens to a baby-sized crash-test dummy in a real-life side-impact accident that pushes a car door inside the passenger space. Everyone on the team is a parent, Amirault said, making this a project they all had their hearts in. He is father to a 9-year-old boy and seven-year-old girl himself. A YouTube video actually helped get Dave's team thinking about how you'd protect a toddler's head and neck. "One of the initial inspirations for us was a stunt guy jumping off a five-story building. He jumps off into a giant air mattress.''
The genius of what became the $249 Air Protect car seat was the cushioning around the head of the toddler, a specially designed piece of foam inside medical-grade plastic sheathing that absorbs and dissipates energy. Amirault said it's estimated the cushioning reduces 30 to 50 percent of the impact on a child's head and neck.
What Earl Cogswell Jr. saw was a much less dramatic but still very real issue with car owners and cargo. He runs his father-in-law's Dick Giacobbe's Dick's Power Equipment in Hanover, Mass. "We fill a lot of propane tanks, and people were coming in with all kinds of different configurations to secure the tank,'' Cogswell said. "The tanks would roll over in everybody's car. they make dents in the back of the trucks, they leave rust rings on the inside of the car.'' Not to mention greasy cheeseburger drippings.
"We decided we needed something to help our customers out ... We couldn't find anything so myself and my daughters, next door at Dunkin' Donuts, on a napkin, started drawing out different specifications,'' Cogswell said.
His older daughter, Jennifer, 25, is an engineer at Pratt & Whitney, and his daughter Jessica, 22, has been key in designing the labels and marketing for their solution: The Tank Nanny.
It costs $19, and through local shops, they've sold about 650 of the first 1,500 they had manufactured by a plastics specialist in Ohio. "We just had a blast with it,'' said Cogswell, saying that the chance to work closely with his daughters was one of the most satisfying aspects of the project. "There were a lot of sleepless nights -- and there still are, of course, because we've just gotten started.''
Cogswell estimated his family has invested about $160,000 in developing and launching the project and probably won't realize a profit until they have sold something around 50,000 to 60,000 Tank Nannies or licenses the design to a larger manufacturer or both.
The Tank Nanny took three years of work, the Air Protect car seat five. For both, the key was inventors who visualized both a problem and a solution and were dogged enough to make the solution work. The encouraging lesson for inventors? Maybe that no matter what the economy is doing, demand never flags for real solutions to real problems, big, small, and anywhere in between.
Monday, March 15, 2010
Tank Nanny Keeps Propane Tanks Safe & Secure
Your propane problems are over. This simple device is ready to go without any hassles. Just place the lightweight, skid-free plastic holder where you need it, and you’ve got a snug fit for the standard 20 pound propane tank. The durable construction made of 80% recycled plastic is easily cleaned, keeps your tank rust-free, and weighs only four pounds. On top of that, the Tank nanny’s sturdy base has been tested at 35 miles per hour emergency stopping speed without dangerous signs of tipping. And it has a side slot feature that allows you to buckle it in for added protection. There are no screws, bolts, or assembly. (via The Tank Nanny - Amazing Products)
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