Wireless Rock Speaker from Creative

Creative has launched a new Wireless Rock Speaker called the Sound Blaster Wireless Rock Outdoor Speaker. It is designed to be used outside in a garden and can have music wirelessly sent to it from a computer or other compatible device.

The speaker works on 2.4GHz technology and has a range of up to 100 feet from the source of the wireless signal that transmits the music. [Read more…]

Mini Golf Course for the Home

par3-mini-golf-courseThis fun gadget is a Par 3 Mini Golf course that is designed to be used in your garden. [Read more…]

EasyBloom Plant Sensor

easybloom-helps-your-garden-growThe EasyBloom is a plant sensor that can be used to monitor the ground in any location, both indoor and outdoor. [Read more…]


tardis-shedOver on Techdigest I came across an interesting post about sheds. Now sheds are not the most gadgety of items that people own… most just store lawn mowers and tools in them. Over on a site named Readers Sheds they like to push the boundaries that little bit further. One of the best sheds I came across was the TARDIS shed (from Dr. Who) which there happens to be a plethora of them dotted around the UK. [Read more…]

Solar Powered Robot Lawn Mower

If you love automating tasks in your house such as cleaning the carpets with a Roomba robot vacuum then this solar powered robot lawn mower is definitely a must-have. This ‘sci-fi’ looking gadget can cut up to approximately 2300 square meters of grass automatically (you’ll also be able to program how much lawn there is to cut) and being able to programme a schedule into the mower will mean you won’t have to be around as it activates itself and works away whenever you like.

The robot mower uses a form of hybrid power to keep it’s batteries charged,  in that both electricity from the wall and solar energy from the sun will keep the batteries charged each day ready for it’s next run around the lawn. Each charge though will see the robot mower through about 40 minutes of grass cutting (so this won’t really be used for any of you who have a stadium for a yard). Then at the end of its run, the robot automatically docks back onto it’s charger ready for the next cycle. So with no emissions, virtually no noise and seeing as its powered by the sun, this little mower will put smiles on those who are more ‘green’ focused. [Read more…]

Plantarium Vial Garden

These glass tubes contain an interesting gel made by NASA scientists. The gel allows seeds to be grown inside the tubes and as the gel is transparent, you can also see the plant growing below the service. The glass tubes are 7 inches tall and there are 5 different varieties available which are basil, melon, marigold, pepper, sunflower or tomato.

Each plantarium vial garden costs $9.95 from brooklyn5and10.

Via: FreshPilot