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Oxygen Mask and Smoke Detector Combined!

Oxygen Mask and Smoke Detector Combined!

Smoke detectors, although they are mass produced and cost close to nothing, safe lives every years and are recommended to be on every floor in every house. They are small, loud, and don’t take up space! On occasions, which happens more than we would want to imagine, smoke detectors sometimes just aren’t enough to save(…)

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Burnie Started the Fire

Burnie Started the Fire

Those who love nature know that any alternative product that is good for the environment is good for all of us. That’s why innovations to common devices, such as camp stoves, are so important. One such innovation is Burnie, the all wood self-burning grill. By creating a cooking device that merely uses itself up and(…)

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Light Prescription

Light Prescription

No matter where you are in the world, we could all use more light. Emergency lights and portable light are especially necessary, whether camping in the wilderness or experiencing a power outage. Knowing the importance of readily available lighting, designer Saumya Arora has created the Ignite light. Shaped like a pill capsule, it is easy(…)

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Pyro Techniques

Pyro Techniques

If, as a kid, you ever dreamed of what it’d be like to be a superhero – now’s your chance to know how that feels. Bestowing on you the powers of Marvel’s Pyro, this badass gear will let you literally shoot fire from your hands. It’s (aptly) named the Pyro Fireshooter, by Adam Wilber. This(…)

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Breathe Safely with the Air Pocket Purifier

Breathe Safely with the Air Pocket Purifier

In a fire, your new best friend is the “Air Pocket”, an air filter that draws out poisons and releases clean air to breathe. While most people assume that deaths occurred during a fire are due to burns, it is in fact asphyxiation that is the highest killer. Asphyxiation causes 70-80% of fire-related deaths, brought(…)

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