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Honeywell Lyric Thermostat

Your schedule likely changes day-to-day along with your busy life. So instead of having to program your thermostat ahead of time, why not let it adapt to you? The Honeywell Lyric Thermostat does exactly that, relying on a companion app that keeps track of your location, sensing when you're away to save energy and sensing when you're coming home to get things back to your preferred temperature. It also takes into account the outdoor temperature and weather when making its cooling decisions, lets you control it from the app or the thermostat, and can even send you an alert when it's time to change the air filter or get your system checked out. It doesn't look too shabby, either.

  • 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.

  • Stack Stoves

    Ensure that you're getting just the right amount of heat for your living space with one of these Stack Stoves ($TBA). Designed by Adriano Design and built in Italy by Castellamonte, these ceramic stoves come in round and rectangular styles, with a variety of bases and finishes available. Need more heat? They're also modular, letting you add heating modules for power and height variations. If you want one, prepare to travel — they're not available stateside just yet.