If the Coway Air Purifier proved that air purification systems don't have to be ugly, the Airwake ($TBA) proves that you don't need a spaceship-like interior design sense to make one blend in. Wrapped in a stylish shell of ash wood and steel, the Airwake is ready to clean the air in any room in the house. Just don't be surprised when house guests ask where you got that stylish new speaker. [Thanks, Erik]
Ditch the numbers and go with the gesture-based security of the Master Lock Speed Dial ($13). The Speed Dial retains the looks of Master's traditional combination locks, but uses an analog nub-style rocker to open using a sequence of up, down, left, and right movements. We're not sure why, but we think there might be one sequence that will be more popular than all others.
We don't like to talk about it, but 2 out of 3 guys start losing their hair by age 35. Keeps knows that the sooner you take action, the better, and gives you access to the only two FDA approved hair loss products for about $1 a day. Get started without leaving your home in five minutes or less by signing up on their website. Your treatment arrives at your door every three months at half the cost of the pharmacy and your first month is free. There's no easier way to keep your hair.
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To build a watch that can stand up to the demands of the world's top athletes, Nixon enlisted the help of Mitchell Hall, retired US Navy SEAL, and other special ops soldiers. The digital timepiece features a 46mm watch case made from stainless steel and a custom injected molding that keeps it waterproof to 100 meters. And for your covert operations, the Regulus has an easy to read, large, backlit LCD screen with brightness control. It also boasts dual chronographs and a battery that will last up to five years. Available in black, gunmetal, and sand.
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Hide your precious data inside the unassuming casing of a video game classic with NES Hard Drives ($130-$180). Available in capacities up to 1TB, these 2.5-inch Toshiba drives feature USB interfaces, all stuck inside games like The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, or everyone's favorite code-driven shoot 'em up, Contra.
Ever wonder how much power your TV, microwave, or cell charger uses, and how much that costs you? The Belkin Conserve Insight ($30) is a new, easy-to-use monitor that will tell you exactly that. The white and green adapter plugs in the wall between the gadget or appliance you want to track and the outlet itself, using a small screen on a tethered box to tell you how much energy the attached device is using, as well as the carbon and monetary costs. You might just find out that leaving your guitar amp or favorite lamp plugged in 24/7 isn't as great an idea as you thought.