Located in Santa Barbara, CA, TrackR is a company that manufactures low-energy Bluetooth dongles that are to claimed to help you find just about anything.
Constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum, TacLight by Bell & Howell is a tactical flashlight useful in many situations, including hunting, camping, and more.
Furniture Feet is an “As Seen on TV” furniture boot made of clear poly-vinyl that’s claimed to fit almost any furniture leg and to prevent flooring damage.
TacLight Lantern by Bell & Howell weighs less than a pound, collapses to the size of a smartphone, features super-bright LEDs, and can withstand extreme temps.
Atomic Beam USA Flashlight promises to deliver the same tactical technology used by U.S. Special Forces, along with five adjustable modes, all at a competitive price.
SammyDress.com is an online retailer that provides some of the latest fashions and accessories at factory-direct prices, with exceptional customer service.
Created by Max Gunawan, Lumio is a one-of-a-kind light that looks like a book when closed, but opens to reveal opaque pages featuring embedded LEDs that create a modern, minimalist aesthetic. And...
VStream TV claims to be a new media player that can stream almost any movie, TV show, or song directly to your television for a one-time price of $349.
HDFX360’s mobile lens kit features aerospace polymer construction and scratch impervious aspheric lenses that claim to turn your smartphone into a DSLR camera.
Instead of holes, Comfort Click Belt uses a 32 position, micro-adjustable ratcheting track system and quick release lever to provide massive adjustability.
StoneTether is a soon-to-be-released tracking dongle that can help you find lost items, remember items for a trip, and even to keep track of your children.
The Magic Finder is an “As Seen on TV” electronic device that claims to attach to almost anything, including keys, wallet, remotes, pets, luggage, and much more, and to help you find them...
Lily Flying Camera is a drone-like device that flies in the air, takes photos, records video, and is controlled using a simple hands-free tracking device.
Gorilla Glue is an industrial strength, waterproof polyurethane glue that claims to be suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and to bond to virtually any material, including wood, stone, metal,...
Produced by Hampton Direct, a direct response marketing company, the Chillow is an “As Seen on TV” cooling pad that, when placed on your pillow, helps your head remain 10 degrees cooler...
The R2L Radiation Buster (R2L) is a thin plastic processor that they say when attached to any cellular device reduces the radiation emitted by up to 70%. The name is an acronym for...
Shredders rejoice! A specially-designed guitar pick claims you don’t have to be a guitar God to play like one. The Hammerhead Picks Original touts its unique design made from hardened plastics...
If you’ve been on the hunt for high quality, low profile leather wallets, then it’s very likely you’ve come across Bellroy. Based in Jan Juc, Australia, Bellroy specializes in...
With 2 modes for customizable light levels, the Bell + Howell microBrite is an “As Seen on TV” flashlight that claims to snap onto any standard 9-volt battery.
DuraWallet is an “As Seen on TV” wallet made of Tyvek, which is claimed to be 5X thinner than a traditional wallet, while remaining water and tear-resistant.
Ian Riddle: I used Gorilla Glue to stick leather to the metal on a classic office chair. The glue bubbles up and hence formed bumps behind the leather. Luckily I could lift up the leather and cut off the glue...
Lucianna Russo: I was considering ordering a TacLight Lantern as seen on TV and when I googled, I found their website and was putting the information in when I decided to go check out some reviews. I saw negative...
Gerald Denis: I bought this TacLight about one month ago AND have been using it all over the house, garage, outside for a walk, etc. If you are Canadian go to Giant Tiger. I bought the TacLight for $19.99...
James Westbrook: Their warranty sucks bad. It cost more to return it and pay $9.90 for them to return one. This is a really bad way to make a customer happy with their product. Don't believe "warranty for...
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