David Novak, The Gadget Guy
If your house or workplace feels like a meat locker, fight back against the chill with these winter gadgets that will warm up those bones to toasty comfort.
What's the first thing we reach for when we're cold? That's right...COFFEE! The Keurig K-Café™ Special Edition is like having your own coffeehouse. Brew your favorite coffee, latte, espresso or frothy cappuccinos with any K-Cup® pod to warm those winter bones. $200. keurig.com.
ALL HANDS ON DECK
Poor circulation, arthritis, carpal tunnel...all of these worsen with cold hands. The ValueRays® EZ-DPI Heated Mousewarms key points of the palm, spreading radiant heat, boosting circulation and reducing swelling. The mouse changes color when you adjust its sensitivity speed, perfect for hardcore gamers. $30. heatedmouse.com.
Heat up your home this winter and add a personal flair with the LUX KONO Smart Thermostat. Personalize using Décor-snap™ covers, and control KONO using Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit™, Google Assistant or the LUX App. Set weekly temperature schedules to lighten your utility bill. $150. luxproducts.com.
FULL METAL JACKET
Forget layering. Just wear Milwaukee Tool's new M12 12-Volt Heated AXIS Jacket, designed to protect from the cold. Powered by a REDLITHIUM™ battery, it uses carbon fiber to distribute 3 levels of heat to the chest, back and shoulders. $220. milwaukeetool.com.
THE HEAT IS ON
If you love winter sports, snow and sleet will soak your gloves, hats and boots, and wearing them all day is miserable. The DryGuy Force Dry DX can dry them lickity split using heated forced ear. It also eliminates odor. $80. dryguy.com.