Humidifiers – Why Do I Need One?
I remember my mom and dad dumping buckets of water into the big humidifier in our living room each winter in Nebraska. I loved the warm moist mist that steamed from it, making the hot dry air pumped out by the furnace a little easier to breathe. I never really thought about it until I moved out of the house and started missing that “moist air feeling” in my own home. I’ve had a humidifier ever since.
The air in your house in the winter, no matter how temperate the climate, can get very dry. It happens right about when the heater starts clicking on. That’s when the humidifier comes out. Experts say that you should keep the indoor relative humidity (water vapor in the air) at between 35% and 55%. Get a hygrometer to easily test your humidity levels. It works like a thermometer.
Why Do You Need a Humidifier?
* Your Health: Low humidity dries your skin, causes nasal situations and makes your eyes itchy. Humidifiers keep your skin moisturized, help relieve cold and flu symptoms and can relieve asthma symptoms (check with your doc first). The American Academy of Pediatrics, as well as other medical organizations, recommend the use of humidifiers and vaporizers for treating upper respiratory infections. Proper humidity levels year round will help you avoid colds, bloody noses and sinus problems.
* Lower Utility Costs: You will feel warmer at a lower temperature so you can turn your thermostat down a couple degrees in the winter.
* Your Furniture, Art and Instruments: Dry air can ruin your wood floors, wood furniture, piano, guitar and artwork.
* Your Electronics: Dry air causes static electricity. Sometimes funny, sometimes just a pain, but these ”zaps” can wipe out computers and electronics.
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Creative and unusual computer mouse designs from all over the world.
Inflatable Computer Mouse
If you do not have space in your notebook bag for a regular mouse, this is the one to consider. [link]
Egg Computer Mouse
Elecom’s Egg computer mouse features beautiful design and comes in a variety of colors that would make even the Easter Bunny proud. [link]
Zero Computer Mouse
Beautiful computer mouse concept by Oliver Rosito combines state of the art design with lightweight materials. [link]
NES Controller Computer Mouse
NES-inspired computer mouse. Only a concept at this time. [link]
Washable Computer Mouse
Belkin’s water-resistant computer mouse can survive spills and can be hand-washed under the faucet. [link]
Mus2 Computer Mouse
Mus2 cordless optical two-button mouse not only controls the cursor on the screen, but looks like one, too. [link]
Body Computer Mouse
Even though it is just a concept, Chris Lomaka’s Body computer mouse is still very creepy. [link]
MLB Baseball Cap Computer Mouse
Baseball fans will love using this unusual MLB ball cap mouse. [link]
Real Mouse Computer Mouse
Homemade travel-size computer mouse. Fully functional, and furry!. [link]
Ezkey Keypad Computer Mouse
One thing that you miss when working from a laptop is a proper keypad. This computer mouse takes care of that problem. [link]
Gold Brick Computer Mouse
It seems only right that computer mice, which were once such brick-like tools should, in these ‘interesting times’ return to being bricks again. [link]
Hand Grenade Computer Mouse
Unique computer mouse mod: hand grenade, don’t pull the pin! [link]
MX Air Computer Mouse
Logitech’s MX Air rechargeable cordless computer mouse tracks motion even after you lift it in the air. [link]
100ml water capacity that can continue use up to 3 hours each time; Colorful changing LED lamp, romantic and convenient
Aromatherapy: Enjoy the ultimate aromatherapy experience from this little sleek device using your favorite fragrance without any heating elements making this diffuser safe to use. The advanced ultrasonic technology used, produces vibrations at high frequency turning the water into mist creating a soothing and therapeutic atmosphere
Humidifier: Moisturizes and refreshes the quality of air we breathe. This feature is important as it humidifies the hot and dry air in the room during summer and winter when heating is switched on
Application: Beauty salon, SPA, Yoga, Bedroom, Living room, Conference room, Office, Reception center, Corridor, Pet room, Toilet, baby room, Hotel, Hospital or any other private / public circumstance
Usage: The cool mist air filter humidifier improves the atmosphere of any room you place it in. This electric aroma diffuser is very comfortable and can be considered as a mist humidifier.
Young Sohn, a senior executive from Sumsung, unveiled a lighter and bendier phone concept on Tuesday in San Francisco. “We think the health area is a really key area of innovation,” said Sohn. The concept shows off future of wearables and phone displays. Its wearable sensors that allow you to monitor your health stats on the go and send the results directly to a doctor.
Need to go off the grid for a while? You can turn your phone off…or you can just slip it inside the OFF Pocket. It’s a portable privacy pocket of sorts that makes your phone untrackable and unhackable. It can successfully shield 100dB of signal in the 800MHz to 2.4GHz frequency range. That includes cellular signals, GPS, and WiFi.
The OFF Pocket is guaranteed to work with any phone and any carrier in any country in the world. It’s available in two sizes to accommodate most phones and is flexible and lightweight, which makes it easy to carry and take with you on your travels.
The OFF Pocket launched earlier this year at Tank Magazine in London, where it sold out in its first run. Since then, the team has been going back to prototyping and doing beta tests to improve the design further. The project is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $85 will get you one of your very own.