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Happily hang out in the hot-tub hammock, Ep. 210This week on Crave we check out a device that will revolutionize washing your dog...well, maybe? Also, we take a first look at the Kingii emergency floatation device and dream of hanging out in camping luxury with the Hydro Hammock, a hot-tub hammock.
Hey guys, my name is Stephen Beacham and here's what's happening this week on Cnet's craveblog. Gingi is a small flotation device that you wear on your wrist while enjoying watersports or a day at the beach. The wrist mechanism is lightweight and doesn't get in the way of regular water activities And deploys easily by pulling a small lever. The balloon inflates using a replaceable CO2 cartridge. Kingii can remain inflated for over 48 hours and comes equipped with a compass and an emergency whistle for signaling help. Kingii is currently raising funds on Indiegogo and has already blew well past their goal. You can pre-order your Kingii now for $69. $69. Washing dogs is never easy and is almost always messy. Well maybe this product can help. The Woof Washer 360, great name by the way, blasts your dog with 360 degrees of soap and water to clean every inch of man's best friend. And it seems to work okay based on the video I saw. It looks It looks like a silly product but according to the website, it claims that you can wash your dog in under a minute, by simply sliding this hoop along your dog's body as soap and water blasts your pet with cleanliness. The woof washer 360 connects to any garden hose, and has a small canister attached for dog shampoo. Simply hook it up to your hose and boom. Your dog will be clean in no time. You can get a wolf washer 360 now for $20 for small dogs and $25 for larger dogs. When you wash a dog there's parts that you don't want to touch. Now with the wolf washer I don't have to use my hands at all. User Daniel D Bolden [UNKNOWN] boy on Reddit posted a YouTube video last week of a very video game console from the early 90s they're calling Playstation Nintendo Super Disc. The console was a collaboration between Sony and Nintendo to create a CD Rom based Gaming system. In the video, we see a controller that is branded with Sony Playstation on the front, and Nintendo on the back, and looks almost identical to a Super Nintendo controller. The cartridge in the console was dated in 1992, with Japanese writing on it. Analogueboy posted photos of the console on Reddit awhile back. And interest grew until users were calling for a video to help prove that the console was real. Read more about the rare video game console in the Crave blog post. [MUSIC] Behold, the hydro hammock, affectionately known around the Crave office as the hot tub hammock. The inventor and CEO of the hydro hammock, Benjamin Frederick, Wants you to be as comfortable as possible, anywhere and at any time. And what better way to achieve this goal than to combine two things that are made for relaxation, a hammock and a hot tub. The hydro hammock comes in a heavy pelican style road case which contains a heating system for your hot tub as well as the twelve volt pump. And a three hour rechargeable battery. It also contains a recirculating on-demand LPG for heating the water and water treatment strainer, hoses, and straps for securing the hammock. Oh, and by the way, there are USB charging ports for your mobile devices. The hydro hammock is currently raising funds on. Kickstarter. But you can get your own hydro hammock today, starting at $460. Please don't hammock drunk. Or don't do anything drunk, for that matter. Hey, guys. That's the show. Thank you very much for watching. As always, you can find all these news stories on CNET's Crave blog. At crave.cnet.com. Make sure you follow Crave on Twitter at Crave. And check out this week's giveaway. This week's Crave giveaway is a Kisai Blade Wood Link wristwatch from Tokyoflash Japan. This Handsome looking wristwatch also packs some smart watch functions. Go to the blog and enter to win. [MUSIC] Design & Animation. 3D Printing at Leapfrog. Painting, Painting, Painting... [MUSIC]