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Dirt Devil Lift & Go

Dirt Devil Lift & Go

Not Yet Reviewed Category: Home & Garden

The new Dirt Devil Lift & Go claims to be a versatile, lightweight, portable, and powerful vacuum that can give you access to any part of your home that needs to be cleaned, including stairs and...

DoorBot

DoorBot

Based on 50 reviews Category: Home & Garden

DoorBot is essentially a standalone doorbell unit that also contains a camera, microphone and speaker encased in a single unit. It works with an app that you download onto your smartphone or tablet...

Dr. Colorchip

Dr. Colorchip

Not Yet Reviewed Category: Home & Garden

Based out of Lake Park, FL and rated #1 by the Wall Street Journal, Dr. ColorChip manufacturer a paint chip repair kit that is claimed to provide “fast, simple, professional repairs without...


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Dump Cakes

Dump Cakes

Based on 27 reviews Category: Home & Garden

Dump Cakes is a recipe book that takes the measuring and mixing out of dessert making by showing you how to dump things into a pan and baking them to create allegedly delicious desserts in minutes....

Duovet

Duovet

Not Yet Reviewed Category: Home & Garden

Based out of Ottawa, Ontario, the Duovet is a dual temperature duvet that helps you get a good night’s sleep. The basic idea is that one side of the Duovet is filled with 40oz of bedding, while...

Dutch Glow

Dutch Glow

Based on 196 reviews Category: Home & Garden

Dutch Glow claims to be a wood restorer derived from a 100-year-old Amish formula that cleans, polishes, and nourishes for a long-lasting shine. They boast it reveals the wood’s natural beauty,...

Dyson 360 Eye

Dyson 360 Eye

Not Yet Reviewed Category: Home & Garden

If you’re thinking about purchasing a robotic vacuum, you may want to wait until the Dyson 360 Eye is released in 2015. Why? According to Dyson, the new 360 Eye represents the epitome of...

Dyson DC65

Dyson DC65

Not Yet Reviewed Category: Home & Garden

Whether you’re looking to clean your hardwoods, carpets, or other flooring surface, the new Dyson DC65 is claimed to clean better than the competition by providing twice the suction, 25% more...

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