If you’ve ever encountered a sasquatch, you know how rancid and rank all that damp fur can get. What you need to do next time you see one is hang one of these Bigfoot air fresheners around his neck to try and cover up his odiferous ways.
If you want to enjoy Chinese takeout, but the MSG makes you all sleepy, then maybe the smell alone will be enough to satisfy you. I guess you could go to a Chinese restaurant and bother all of the customers by sticking your nose in their food, but trust me, there’s a better way; one that won’t get the police called on you.
We can all agree getting up each morning to go to work really sucks. Some people have a harder time getting up than others. If you are of the sort who needs a little extra help, the Sensorwake Trio might be the ticket.
So apparently, smart air fresheners are a thing now. Forget those Glade Plug-ins. Forget opening a window. Moodo is designed to customize your home’s scent whenever you want. It’s kind of like a Keurig machine for your nose.
Everyone gets homesick from time to time. A part of you will always miss the place where you grew up. So these Homesick Candles can bring back the memories by filling the room with your home state’s unique scents.
I’m okay with using a microfiber cloth to clean the display on my gadgets and my computer. But if your nose is sensitive enough that it can smell the oil, dirt and whatever substance is left on your screen, watch out for Elecom’s new touchscreen cleaners.
A while back, I told you ScentScape, a device designed to “enhance” movies and other content by adding a fragrance track – otherwise known as “smell-a-vision.” Well, here’s another smelly device that aims to fill your nostrils with appropriate aromas a you watch movies and play games.
1. Earbuds 2. Scent 3. ??? 4. Profit! These buds not only look like gummi bears, they smell like ’em too. They come in strawberry, apple and blueberry flavors. No prize for figuring out which color has which scent.
This unusual gadget connects to your computer, and can be programmed to emit a variety aromas on digital cue.
With an expected retail price of $69.99 (USD), ScentSciences‘ ScentScape device is a compact plug-and-play USB device which can be synchronized with your content, outputting scents along the way.
Stealing a page right out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this strange looking headgear turns a single cookie into one of seven different flavors.
Scientist Tajuki Narumi and a team from the University of Tokyo created this unusual contraption called the “Meta Cookie“.
The number of just plain stupid gadgets that you can buy and connect to your USB port is bewildering. The new Pepper Mouth concept gadget is one of the dumbest I have seen though. It assumes we want to stop calling the idiots we talk to on IM or in chat session’s names and cursing at them.
Sure, we’ve all seen devices that promise to help you relax, whether with light, sound, or even aromatherapy. This new gadget out of Korea takes the kitchen sink approach to chilling out, combining all of the aforementioned techniques to get you to unwind.
The answer to that question is not “with it’s nose.” Instead, it smells like roses or peppermints thanks to this weird new USB device.
As if smelly colognes and incense weren’t bad enough, now we have to worry about odoriferous computers.
Leave it to those wacky Japanese gadget makers to come up with this strange device. This portable lighting fixture doesn’t just illuminate, it deodorizes.
According to the device’s maker, e-Revolution, the Deodolight is designed to eliminate (or at least cover up) “ill-smelling” aromas while it slowly fades between an array of colors.
If your laptop does nothing but stink up the place, you might want to pick up one of these fragranced USB sticks for your computer.
Joining the ranks of other frivolous fragrance generators such as the one that makes your music smell and scented cell phones is this aromatic USB gadget.