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Airocide

It's got a deadly-sounding name, and for airborne nastiness, it's certainly lethal. Airocide ($800) uses NASA-developed photo-catalytic process to destroy Volatile Organic Compounds — harmful gasses emitted by products like paint, cleaning supplies, and even dry-cleaned clothing — that other cleaners miss. It's also FDA approved, and gets rid of all mold, fungi, viruses, and bacteria that enters its cleaning chamber. Of course, none of that means a whole lot if you don't want to put the thing in your house, but luckily it sports a clean design that will blend in with nearly any decor.

  • Mr. Heater Hero

    Short of starting a fire where ever you happen to be, heat isn't the most portable of commodities — as a matter of fact, you normally need to seek out the great indoors to keep yourself comfy on cold winter days. Unless, of course, you have a Mr. Heater Hero ($170). Powered by a standard propane tank and an integrated battery that runs for eight hours without the need to recharge, the Hero provides 35,000 BTUs of heating power, while its QBT burner system makes sure you retain your sanity with 50% less total noise than traditional forced air heaters. Great for the garage, tailgating, or remote man caves/camps.

  • Dyson Hot

    It's (almost) that time of year again: the time for jeans, hoodies, fires, and, if you work in a drafty office, space heaters. Instead of relying on some eyesore to keep you warm this year, upgrade to the Dyson Hot ($400). Built using the same technology as the company's Air Multiplier fans, the Hot uses bladeless technology — see, the old guy* still has his finger! — a heating element built safely into the base, a thermostat control, and an oscillating motor to push hot air across any space, keeping you warm and your area free of fire-hazards.

    *Sir James Dyson