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preserver

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Breadbox-size vacuum preserver seals in freshness

Keep foods fresher, longer with The Automatic Vacuum Sealing Food Preserver.

By Jan. 9, 2009

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Disappearing wine trick replaces wine with air

VinEdge uses an inflatable insert to help preserve contents of opened bottles of wine. As wine is poured, the insert inflates automatically.

By Nov. 1, 2013

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Wine gadget goes full circle

The Waring WC400 Professional Wine Center makes it easy to open -- as well as close -- bottles of wine. Consisting of a wine opener and a wine preserver, the device offers in all-in-one solution all in one place.

By Jun. 5, 2012

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Amazon adds 'Mayday' button tech support to new Kindle Fire HDX tablets

The device's customer support experts can take over your screen and virtually guide you through your questions via a live video feed.

By Sep. 24, 2013

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Kitchen gadget gift ideas for Christmas

Here's 10 great kitchen gadgets, from reinvented kettles to see-through toasters, that would make perfect pressies.

By Nov. 29, 2012

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The next Steve Jobs isn't Jeff Bezos -- or so Bezos says

When you get a personal product walkthrough from Jeff Bezos, you learn a lot about the new Kindle tablets -- and about the Amazon CEO himself.

By Sep. 25, 2013

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Buoyancy bazooka could save lives at sea

Designer Samuel Adeloju's clever little idea of a life-saving ring that can be "shot" out to a struggling swimmmer has won him 10,000 pounds ($15,890) in the James Dyson Award

By Oct. 7, 2010

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Wine Balloon selflessly protects your wine

Wine lovers can prolong the life of their precious elixir with an inflatable rubber balloon and hand pump device called the Wine Balloon. It's another salvo in the war against oxidation.

By Apr. 11, 2011

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Avoid sinking feeling with bulletproof lifejacket

The personal flotation device's lightweight, hard-plate armor defeats assault rifle rounds and still floats.

By May. 27, 2009

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Robot lifeguard Emily is no 'Baywatch' babe

Remote-controlled contraption called Emily can locate distressed swimmers and ferry them back to shore--or give them something to hold onto until human help shows up.

By Jun. 29, 2010