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HalGuard Fire Extinguishers

While the easiest way to contain an unexpected fire and prevent severe property damage is to stop the fire from starting in the first place, but beyond that, you need a fire extinguisher — but not all of them are made the same. HalGuard Fire Extinguishers ($125-$170) were developed for racing use, and employ Halotron 1, an electrically non-conductive "clean" extinguishing agent that rapidly turns into a gas, so they're safe for parts and wiring, pose no risk of electric shock, and leave no nasty residue to clean up, whether it's in the car, house, or office.

  • Mint Robo Hard Floor Cleaner

    If you're sick of back-breaking broom and mop work, but still to need to get your floor clean before the parental units arrive for the holidays, get your hands on a Mint Robo Hard Floor Cleaner ($200). This minuscule, rectangular robotic helper can either mop or sweep your hardwood, tile, or laminate floors using microfiber cloths, and is small enough to fit underneath many pieces of furniture. It employs advanced NorthStar Navigation to learn the layout of the room, ensuring that it doesn't miss a single spot. We've been using one around the house for the last month, and it's saved us at least 3-4 hours of work — which is more time you can devote to important stuff like spending time with your family, fixing that leaky sink, or adjusting your fantasy football lineup.

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  • Eco-Blast Refillable Air Horn

    If you'd have asked us what product would go eco-friendly next, we sure as hell wouldn't have said the air horn. Yet here we are, talking about the Eco-Blast Refillable Air Horn ($30), a handheld ear drum popper that runs off compressed air you push into the canister using an included pump, meaning it'll never run out when you're cheering on your favorite team, drunkenly trying to scare away trick-or-treaters, or, apparently, annoying people at chess matches.