Don't look and guess what it is.
Okay, I won't look, I won't look.>> Here it is.
And wait, what?
what is going on?
You know who guessed what's the purpose of this thing?
Why did you bring this?
Hey, I'm Sarah.
And I'm Lynn.
And today we're testing out some Kickstarter products to see if they actually work.
Okay, you ready for this?
First up, I have Torch, which is a portable jacket heater.
So, basically you take these velcro pads, you put them into your jacket, then you attach the velcro part.
I don't know what's happening.
You put this in.
Basically, the whole goal is to make your jacket a little bit warmer.
Like this thin
especially around the waist area
Yeah, like you know, your back, your waist.
See I feel it, it's getting a little warm but at 100% I don't know how warm it really gets.
This is good for like menstrual cramps you know.
When you wanna like
When you want to, feel like dyeing but you don't want to show it.
So you just want to warm it up, and then...
So this product is called T-stand.
It's for the tablet, that's with a T.
You're just going to put it in there.
A little top heavy.
Plastic's a little bendy, it's a little scary.
Well how aggressively are you watching these shows on your iPad?
I don't know, but I guess more is this supposed to sit on my chest?
Or like in bed with me.
Not in bed like this, but like in bed like this like really sitting upon there.
All right, is that comfortable?
Let me see
I mean, it's kind of like
Okay, I don't know about you, but my posture is terrible and this is supposed to fix it.
It's called Better Back.
It's very stuffed.
So, the premise here-
This is kinky.
Is that [LAUGH] you put this part on your back with the arrows facing up.
You put these around your knees and these straps basically force you to sit up straight.
I'm going to put it around my back.
It doesn't look weird at all, like, if you're wearing this at the office.
Right, at the office, and then you're basically just going to put these around your knees.
You can adjust these straps on the side.
It's a little bit kooky.
And then, Viola, I have to sit up straight.
Does it really force you?
Yeah, it kinda does and there's this clip right here.
I mean now like I can't not, except for it kind of falls apart.
Do you want to try it out a little bit see how it feels.
And then I can clip it in there.
It looks like a chastity belt.
Okay I see it.
It's a little bit different.
All right, I'm ready for whatever you got next.
Okay, I'm very excited about your reaction to this product.
My God, My God.
I'm gonna let you guess what it is before I play it.
Okay, I won't look.
I won't look.
Here it is.
What is going on.
Okay, you have to guess what the purpose of this?
What did you bring this for?
Okay, I, I it had a grape.
It does deal with food.
Okay, okay, okay.
It is a lot innocent then you think.
It's not a sex toy.
I'm just gonna go there.
What do you think it is Erin?
It says Air Cork, so I'm gonna assume based on that name, and this, that it's something to do with stopping a wine bottle?
So we have a wine bottle here.
Half-drunk, not by me.
So basically what it is, is to keep your wine fresh, stick it in.
So you know you're done drinking
For the night.
You know, you did your Netflix and Chill and there you go and it's all plugged.
Yeah, there you go.
You have a date over, you're like, you want some of my half drinken cab?
Glad you said so.
All right, all right.
You know [INAUDIBLE] cuz you move around and then it's just kinda like-
You don't know what's going on.
And then sometimes it catches the light of your reflection and you see how sad you are.
And then you're like [SOUND]
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