Before you wonder whether SPRiZZi is actually the name of a new fizzy carbonated drink, let us cut to the chase for you – it surely has something to do with carbonated drinks that the world have come to know and love. In fact, the SPRiZZi is touted to be the first full-service, in-home beverage dispenser of its kind that is capable of delivering over 60 ice-cold carbonated and non-carbonated drinks thanks to its practical design and easy-to-use, one-touch dispensing procedure. So much so that there has been much ado about it, that SPRiZZi has finally made its way as a Kickstarter project, so if you believe in it so much, put your money where your heart is, and keep your fingers crossed that there will be enough investors around to help make SPRiZZi a reality.
There are a few things in my life that are a given, if there is chocolate in front of me, I will eat it, no exercise of any kind is fun, and anything that happens before 10 in the morning probably isn’t worth having to set the alarm for. However, I have a 10 year old that still requires a good breakfast and a ride to school at *gasp* six-thirty in the morning! Now while I’ve gotten pretty good at driving in my sleep, making breakfast? Not so much.
I just learned some quick facts about silicone. It withstands heat of up to 500°. It is virtually resistant to oxygen, ozone and UV light. It can be created to conduct electricity. Microbes cannot grow on silicone. Thanks Wikipedia. After understanding factoids like that I get why silicone has become a go-to product for kitchen tools. We found a few on Solutions.com that make all the sense in the world.
The health and fitness gadget category has exploded in the last year. With innovations like the FitBit and Nike Fuel, tracking your daily activity becomes easier and easier. One of the toughest parts of using these gadgets is the ongoing quest of managing your diet and food intake. If there were only a dietitian that could follow us all around and track food, remind us when to eat, tell us to slow down when eating. Sort of like having a parent with us at all times.