KUSA - Halloween came a little early to the 9News Morning Show as Susie Wargin looked a bit like a glowing, green-eyed mutant for Gadget Day.
Susie strapped on the Re-Timer, a light device, worn like a pair of glasses that produces a 100 percent UV-free green light, which helps your body recognize when to be awake and when to sleep.
Designed by sleep psychologists, it's been proven to help you sleep by re-setting your sleep rhythm or body clock.
Learn more at www.re-timer.com.
Amelia Earhart showed off The Scribe. This is a portable, modular desk, perfrect for hanging at the dorm, or out in the quad. It has two work surfaces, one side for writing, and one side for your laptop. Five elastic loops hold pens and pencils.
www.quirky.com is the website.
WD-40 Bike Accessories
The WD-40 people have developed a line of frame protectants, heavy duty degreasers, chain lubricants and bike wash. Our Natalie Pallone checked them out. All the items are specially formulated to work in the extreme conditions which Colorado bikers confront all the time. Visit www.wd40bike.com for more.
All that cycling can really make you sweat. Action Wipes are full body wet wipes infused with soothing Tea Tree and Eucalyptus.
The wipes are described as gentle, safe and refreshing.
Learn more at www.actionwipes.com.
Pivot Power Junior
This is a compact, pivotable power strip that bends and flexes. Four adjustable outlets and a shorter cable makes this item perfect for power needs that involve tight corners and awkward spaces. Get the details on this at www.quirky.com.
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