This video intercom is not only convenient to use, but more importantly, provides an additional measure of security for you and your family. For residential or commercial applications where access control is a concern, the system safeguards your entrance while remaining user-friendly. Comelit intercoms offer peace of mind because users can safely identify visitors before answering the door. Simply by ringing the doorbell, the system transmits live audio and video directly to the monitor.
The Mini Gadgets Mini Wireless Color Spy Camera System with PC USB Adapter allows you to spy through walls by placing the video cameras measuring less than an inch on every side. This tiny wireless system features next-generation 2.4 GHz circuitry. That eliminates cordless phone interference so you can send color digital images to your monitor up to 300 feet away (the length of a football field!).
The Motion Sensor Floodlight is a fantastic way to add simple, automated lighting to your home. It was primarily designed to act as an outdoor floodlight, replacing an existing light by your font porch, back patio, garage door, driveway and other possible entryways/exits.
The iGrill Bluetooth thermometer from iDevices is the must-have gadget for chefs and grill masters of all skill levels to help them better their craft. Recipient of such awards as Bluetooth Innovator of the Year and Bluetooth Best of CES Category Winner, the iGrill thermometer probe delivers meat temperature readings to the iGrill hub which in turn wirelessly sends the info to your handheld device via Bluetooth. With the iGrill you’ll be able to monitor your food from up to 200 feet away and receive notifications to alert you when such things as desired temperature or cook time have been achieved. This is especially convenient when grilling during the cold winter months or those family BBQs that leave 1 person at the grill while everyone else has fun.
Dry air can be uncomfortable to breathe and dry out wooden furniture excessively. It also causes an increase in static levels which is especially bad if you like tinkering with electronic devices. Dry air can also cost you more in heating bills because it feels colder than humid air at the same temperature. When you add humidity to your home you can actually feel warmer at 68 degrees than you do at 75 degrees, saving as much as 15% in heating costs.