Today we have all kind of gadgets that pull double duty, but a salt shaker that is also a bluetooth speaker? Yeah, that exists. Obviously playing Salt and Pepa is mandatory. This product is pushing it.
I’ve turned into a big fan of Game of Thrones over the last few weeks. I have streamed all the episodes of the series from about season three, leading all the way up to the new season coming out this month.
If you have ever stuck a 9-volt battery on your tongue, you know that the sensation it creates almost seems salty. That is what this fork is all about. The Electric Flavoring Fork uses the same principle to simulate the taste of salt for those who can’t have salt, but love the taste.
The weather is getting nice again and you know what that means. It means flying insects will start to bug you. Well, now you can solve your fly problem with a vengeance. Just use this salt firing shotgun called the BUG-A-SALT.
Missing the beach and the good times that you had with friends and family by the shore? Longing for the good vibes that you get from breathing in the salty ocean breeze? Well, you might one day be able to catch wave after wave of it right in your own home with the SEAbreeze.
There’s a reason why restaurant food usually tastes a lot better than home-cooked food: the former is usually loaded with lots of salt!
Unless you’ve got super-sensitive taste buds, you won’t be able to tell just how much salt you’re cramming into your mouth because all you can process is how good the food tastes.
When most people say “bath salts” these days, you think they’re talking about the nasty drug trend that’s been sweeping through the nation lately, and not something you actually use for a relaxing soak in the tub.
We all love salt on our food, even though too much is not good for you. Salt makes everything better. Even hard drives apparently. And that’s good news given all of the things we are storing on our devices.
The lines I hate hearing when I’m sitting down at the dining table about to dig in on my meal when I’m particularly famished are:
Can you please pass the salt?
Can you please sprinkle a little bit of pepper in my soup?
Pepper grinders are, by their very nature, kind of cool. Gives you an active role in the spicing of your food, at least. But this particular pepper grinder is in a whole different realm of cool, being that it’s shaped like a tetromino.
I know, I know, what the hell does a salt shaker have to do with technabob? Nothing, really. I normally wouldn’t write about such a dull, utilitarian thing, but this one deserves a mention for its sheer design and wit.
These whimsical salt and pepper shakers get their inspiration from a couple of good old D-cell batteries.
The guys over at Antrepo Design Industry created these prototype battery-sized Salt & Pepper Cells out of stainless steel and glass.
While these LEGO salt and pepper shakers don’t necessarily belong on my tech blog, I just thought they were too cool to not feature them.
Just $4.99 (USD) buys you this pair of shakers that resemble the classic LEGO heads.