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10 Unique Gadgets And Gifts For Seniors: Making Life Easier And Safer

10 Unique Gadgets And Gifts For Seniors: Making Life Easier And Safer

10 Unique Gadgets And Gifts For Seniors: Making Life Easier And Safer

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Just because our parents & grandparents aren’t as hip & cool as they once were doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy the newest and coolest gadgets. And as they start to reach their senior years, it’s only natural that we become concerned for their safety. So, when looking for a cool & unique gift idea, it’s nice to find something that we know will make their life easier and safer (and that they’ll actually enjoy).

Our staff recently got together and compiled a list of 10 unique gifts for seniors that have received very positive consumer reviews.

Cami Secret: $9.99 Camisoles are a fashion accessory for women of all ages. But having that extra layer of clothing can be uncomfortable in warmer months. The Cami Secret very easily attaches to the bra strap underneath any top and gives that fashionable look without the extra layers.

Handy Bar: $24.99 Laws of nature can’t be denied. Our bodies lose strength & mobility as we grow older and getting in and out of our vehicles becomes more of a challenge. The Handy Bar is a personal support handle that makes it easier for seniors to get in & out of their car. The Handy Bar also serves as a seat-belt cutter & window-break device in the event of an accident.

Twin Draft Guard: $9.99 Even newer homes can feel drafty in the wintertime. And for seniors on a fixed-budget, a drafty home can quickly eat into a budget. Just one Twin Draft Guard can cut a heating bill by as much as 30%. Twin Draft Guard is a double-sided, under the door/window insulator guard that stops heat from escaping & keeps cool air from “drafting” through the home.

Kangaroo Keeper: $9.99 Most women, no matter the age, have more than one purse or handbag. And life is cluttered enough without having to transfer every little thing from purse to purse. The Kangaroo Keeper is a handbag organizer with pockets for every little knick-knack a woman needs to carry. And when she has the urge to switch purses, she can just lift it out and insert the Kangaroo Keeper into the other purse.

Cool Touch Microwave Bowl: $9.99 It’s dangerous for anyone to remove a freshly-heated bowl from the microwave. Every year, thousands of seniors have to be treated for small burns for this reason. The Cool Touch Microwave Bowl insulates whatever bowl of food you may be cooking & the unique, ergonomic handle makes it much safer to remove from the microwave.

TV Listener Wireless Headphones: $49.99 Hearing loss eventually affects most seniors. And arguing about the TV volume is no way to spend an evening. The TV Listener Wireless Headphones allows one person to independently listen to the TV at his/her own personal volume, without having to adjust the sound on the TV. And the TV Listener can be used with a hearing aid.

Touch n Brush: $19.99 If you’ve seen the Touch n Brush on TV, then you know what …

Traveling To Thailand: Gadgets And Also You

Traveling To Thailand: Gadgets And Also You

Traveling To Thailand: Gadgets And Also You

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The tech-savvy traveler goes nowhere without the need of at least a smartphone and also a laptop. Throw in an mp3 player and an e-reader, and you will be toting pretty a bit of technology. No judging; lately it’s not simple to perform without the need of. But taking your gadgets across distances worth eight hours of flying or far more isn’t like taking the identical across the states border. You do not need to find yourself with dead batteries when there and no approach to recharge, and you surely do not want your smartphone to go dumb once you want Google Maps to find that restaurant or that hotel. So listed here are a few things to bear in mind.

First, a checklist! Bringing your charger and energy cables is a given, but in case you are coming to Southeast Asia odds are superior the pins will not really match into energy sockets in Thailand and you need to invest inside a power adapter or three. Most hotels in Thailand worth their salt will let you borrow one at no cost, but it is best to take your own personal just in case. For good measure, take a couple of additional batteries too: once more, there’s no telling irrespective of whether you’ll be stranded in an airport as a consequence of delayed flights or other mishaps and regardless of your ideal efforts, your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch may possibly still run out of juice mid-flight (although inside the case of iPod Touches and iPads you will be somewhat hard-pressed to swap batteries, so appear into energy mats as an alternative or start off taking into consideration option devices).

Next: flight precautions. While the stewards will bother you about shutting down your devices, some airlines aren’t too strict with this (and offer in-flight WiFi to boot). On the other hand, in the event you leave your phone’s radio on–that is, the bit that checks for cellphone towers-the battery will drain to practically nothing inside an hour or two from the plane’s takeoff; nothing at all sucks down power like a telephone on the lookout for a cell tower whilst being totally out of range of any. How do you repair this without turning your telephone off? Straightforward: turn on airplane mode. It can shut down all phone signal and Bluetooth radio, but you can nonetheless be able to connect to WiFi (if any is offered) and you can nevertheless use your smartphone for almost everything else, irrespective of whether to e-read or play games to pass the time. To complete this, dig about within your settings. Airplane mode should really fall below “Wireless network” or perhaps a equivalent heading; this can differ from platform to platform.

Just before you touch down at Suvarnabhumi or Chiang Mai International Airport, be certain to Google up your phone’s specs. Nothing complicated! Just attempt a search with “[your phone’s model] 900 3g” or “[your phone’s model] 850 3g,” as these are …

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