A stink bracelet, a robot litter box and other tales from CES 2018We find a handful of interesting products -- including radiation-proof undies -- at the Eureka Park exhibition at CES.
Hey, I am turning into Eureka Park, it's kind of like a high school science fair on steroids, there are thousands of vendors and thousands of tech products there. So I found a few of them that I really like and I let each vendor give me a pitch about 20 seconds. [MUSIC] This is the litter robot open air, nobody wants to manually scoop cat poop out of their cat litter box. This thing will do it for you. It has a tumbler, kind of like a dryer. And if you're a fan of Stanley Kubrick, 2001, it looks like the pod, from the spaceship. This'll be $500 for a connected version, in the US, or $450 for the unconnected version. Are you scooping your cat's poop still? Stop. [MUSIC] This is called the LOVEBOX. It is all about positive messaging, so imagine if you and prehaps a lover had this box at home and your lover went out on a vacation trip and they send you a message. The little heart will spin to let you know you have a message and then you can open the top to see what that message is or in this case a drawing of an What's cool is there comes an app called the Love Box app, and you can message, you can draw pictures, and it goes straight to here. This connects via Wi-Fi to get the messages and is otherwise a really cool piece, and it costs $99 US, and you can get this in the US and in Europe. Will someone send me a positive message? Hey, it's called Spartan, Spartan Underwear. It protects your nuts against radiation from phones and laptops. That's right. You don't want your Christmas crackers getting a little warm from doing too much texting. You got to protect your cojones. The way it works is there's silver fabric wiring inside that protects your jewels against unwanted radiation. So you can have your kids and protect your Gentlemen's quarter/s, all the better. It costs $35 in the US. It is available in the US and Europe. For [UNKNOWN] guys, don't mess around with a phone. No, you're not sick or balls, or jingle berries. Wait, jingle berries are something else. [MUSIC] This is called the Invi bracelet, I N V I. And This cool little bracelet has a secret, it smells really bad when you open it up. So this is designed to help protect people against a sexual predator and what happens is, when you push the loop under the inside it opens up and then you pull it and it sprays a nasty spray. The company studied lots of different nasty sprays to come up with the most stinky, smelly spray possible. >To ward off unwanted advances. So this will cost $70 in the U.S. and is available on their website. [UNKNOWN] It doesn't smell that bad. [UNKNOWN] [LAUGH] Ugh! Ugh. I'm acting, it didn't go off. [MUSIC] Well, that was my look at Eureka Park home of thousands of cool vendors. All these different countries and I hope you liked it. Make sure you stay away from that stink bracelet though. It's really smelly. [MUSIC]