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Summer 2015 Cool New Products Picks

Posted May 20, 2015 by Jonathan Roubini in News





Throughout the year we see a lot of new products, some are hits and some are misses. Here are some of our picks for cool new products for the summer of 2015.




18-Piece Garden Tool Set, Pink


Apollo Precision Tools

$99.99 direct

The Pink 18-Piece Garden Tool Kit from Apollo Precision Tools contains useful tools for your gardening needs like pruning shears, soft grip hose nozzles, quick hose connects and water splitter/controller. The knee pad is convenient and comfortable for weeding and planting.

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TITI-84 Plus CE

Texas Instruments

$150 online

This dedicated math machine, available in 8 fun colors, like Positively Pink, Plum “Pi” and Radical Red, is 30 percent thinner and 30 percent lighter than the TI-84 Plus. It also has six times more memory and a new rechargeable battery, making it the perfect companion for your next math test.




GeckoTech Reusable HooksGeckotech

Duck Brand

$4.49 direct

Geckoteck Reusable Hooks utilize a revolutionary microsuction technology that allows them to be removed safely, again and again. They come in different sizes and you can buy hooks that hold up to 1lb, all the way up to 5lbs.




Juice in the Boxjuiceinthebox


$11.99 direct

Juice in the Box is the first reusable juice box – perfect for sending the kids off to school with a healthy lunch AND drink. Instead of buying unhealthy juices off the grocery store shelf that are full of added sugar, you can make your own juice or drink and pack it for your child.




D’Eco Collapsible Lunch BoxLunch-Box

SCS Direct

$19.99 direct


D’Eco Collapsible Lunch Box is a great solution to bring your lunch to work and it’s collapsible for easy storage taking it back home at the end of the day.




$64.99 on Amazon

The QiStone+ is a cool 4000mAh wireless charging battery. You can simply rest your Samsung Galaxy S6 on it and it will charge your phone wirelessly.


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Jonathan Roubini
Jonathan Roubini

Jonathan Roubini is the Editor-in-Chief of Lab Reviews.