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Shrinking jug keeps milk fresh longer

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on July 26th, 2009

Shrinking jug keeps milk fresh longerNormally shrinking jugs requires reduction surgery, but that’s not the case here. This concept jug is designed to maximize your milks shelf life. Lets face it, as soon as you open a gallon of milk, it starts the process of spoiling. So how do you combat spoilage?

By reducing the air in the container. It’s the air that is milk’s enemy. It encourages bacteria and such that make it go bad. This shrinking jug is called “Fresh,” and it will keep the amount of air in contact with the milk at a minimum, because the container collapses as the milk goes down.

Skybar Wine Cabinet beats drinking from the bottle

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on September 19th, 2008

Skybar Wine Cabinet beats drinking from the bottleWine connoisseurs will tell you that you have to store wine at the correct temperature. You can’t just throw it in your fridge. Plus you probably shouldn’t drink it straight from the bottle or serve it in a cup that has a cartoon character. You should store it and serve it in style. That’s where Skybar comes in.

It’s a “Wine Preservation and Optimization System”, that houses three chilled chambers to serve three seperate wines. A small LCD displays the temperature and you can even choose from nine preset chilling options. The device also features vacuum technology that helps to preserve wine for 10 days without any change in taste. It will even pour it for you. It will cost you $1,000, so I imagine some of you will stop reading now and go drink from the bottle.

Japanese fridges spray Vitamin C to keep food fresh

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2008

Japanese fridges spray Vitamin C to keep food freshThe Japanese are ahead of us in everything, even Fridge tech. Not only do they like to spray snow to deodorize things, they also like their fridges to emit vitamin C. Hitachi fridges, that is. The idea behind their new fridges seems sound enough. The R-Y6000 releases Vitamin C into the air inside to keep your food fresher.

Apparently this is possible because Vitamin C helps meat keep it’s color longer and also slows down nutrient loss in vegetables and fish. The wonder fridge also has a filter to help prevent mold. And six drawers. We typically have two here. It has a volume of 602 liters and will cost $3,100. 3,000 units will be produced on a monthly basis, until they run out of vitamin C and have to resort to squeezing oranges inside.

AirWater Machine extracts gallons of fresh water from thin air

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on June 30th, 2008

AirWater Machine extracts gallons of fresh water from thin airWe all know it’s coming. That future Mad Max apocalyptic world where the only things that matter are gas for getting around the wasteland and water to survive. Are you going to be one of the helpless or one of the new kings? If you have water, you have power. I won’t even get into the zombies. The point is with this Klimatec Base 1 AirWater Machine you have power.

It extracts gallons of water right out of the air. It will give you a whopping five gallons of fresh H2O every 24 hours. It even cleans the extracted water with a carbon filter, runs it through an ultraviolet light chamber to kill bacteria, and then serves it up to you hot or cold. It offers a solar power option too, but you’ll need powerful solar cells, since it requires 480W to operate. No price info yet.

Snap Capp: Can on bottom, bottle on top

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Snap Capp: Can on bottom, bottle on top
In our attempt to never ever have flat soda again, humanity has come up with another way to keep your drink carbonated. The Snap Capp is a little less classy then the resealable can. It’s more like the mullet of the beverage world, all business on top where it’s keeping your drink fresh, with a party on the bottom.

It’s cheap, and it keeps your drink fresh with a lid. What more can you want out of life? Fits standard 12 or 16 ounce cans and comes in several colors. A pack of 3 with cost you $10.

O2-B portable oxygen bar

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on March 18th, 2008

O2-B portable oxygen bar
If for some reason you feel like this rotating blue marble doesn’t have enough oxygen to suit your needs, why not get this portable oxygen bar for $729. Maybe you just want cleaner air. It’s lightweight and portable, even offers timed blasts of 10 to 30 minutes via a headset, five nose hoses and 12 mouthpiece filters.

You also get a free additional intake filter so you can have an O2 shot whenever you need a kick. The Oxygen Bar promises to increase energy, stamina, concentration and alertness as well as help with relaxation and rejuvenate athletes. It would also help your breathing in higher elevations and in cities. Basically, it’s a breath of fresh air.