My Cool Inventions for 06/20/2018

Ana Mottie with Zstickonbifocals Zstickonbifocals lenses are the thinnest and smallest Stick On Bifocals available in the Market today. Which makes these lenses the easiest to handle and most adherent. Lens size is (1” W x ½” H) and Zstickonbifocals lenses are removable and reusable.

My Cool Inventions for 06/19/2018

Jerry Lasella with the Threader The Threader is a multi-functional tool. The Threader helps you thread fishing line in the hook eye. It is also a cutter for fishing line, even on braided line. The Threader also has a spot on it to sharpen your knives! This is a must-have tool for every angler.

My Cool Inventions for 06/15/2018

Wayne Rasanen with DecaText The DecaText is a hand-held tool that allows you to text on your phone and other devices with just one hand. Send emails and text quickly and easily without needing to look at what your typing. It also serves as a remote control as well.

My Cool Inventions for 06/14/2018

JD Davis with the Ladder Carrier Boxtown Team Ladder Carrier is designed for A-frame fiberglass ladders. Size ranges 4ft- 12ft. Designed for 4-8 but will work on 10 and 12 ft (force fitted on). Ladders, themselves, DO NOT have a handle. This causes the worker to carry it by placing the fingers in the crevice […]

My Cool Inventions for 06/13/2018

Inventor Sheldon Levinson and the No Tools Rain Saving Device People who care about the planet and it’s natural resources now have an easy way to save Rainwater. With the No Tools Rain Saving Device, there is no cutting and no adapters to have Rainwater go into their tanks or deep water their landscape. It’s […]

My Cool Inventions for 06/12/2018

Mike Fultz with Stops The Sting Let’s face it, bee stings sting, fire ant bites burn, mosquito bites itch, and insect stings in general hurt…a lot! Be ready with Stops The Sting! We spent a lot of time and money finding the perfect combination of natural ingredients, that are safe and effective for all ages, […]

My Cool Inventions for 06/11/2018

Perry Segretto and EmergiLume EMERGILUME will provide emergency lighting when normal power is interrupted and also when a hardwired interconnected smoke detector is triggered that is located anywhere in the building. Long life Lithium ION battery operates the high brightness LED, and exceeds the NFPA101 Life Safety code requirement. Install at a low height near […]

My Cool Inventions for 06/08/2018

Tim Roberts and Pond Jonz Traveling with chairs is a pain and storing them can be even more of a pain. Tim Roberts believes he has invented the perfect camping, fishing, and just everyday use chair with Pond Jonz. Fold flat, travels easily, fishing pole holder, and can seat up to 400 lbs.

My Cool Inventions for 06/07/2018

Roland Mourning and the Auto Lotto Scratcher Pen Scratching Lotto scratch-offs can be a pain. Finding a coin or using your fingernail gets messy. Well, now it’s easier with the Auto Lotto Scratcher Pen. This amazing pen will let you play scratchers like never before. Faster, Less mess, and just plain cool to use.

My Cool Inventions for 06/06/2018

Lindsay Lynch and the Illuminated Candle Picture Holder If you could manage to merge candle-lit traditions with photos into a single, safe, decorative display; how amazing would that be?! Our innovative product does just that! It’s an easy-to-use candle holder that offers its own beautiful illumination and is ideal for life-celebration events as well as […]

My Cool Inventions for 06/05/2018

Harold Lamson and The Grill Divider Ever have trouble cooking different foods at different temperatures on your grill? Well here is a solution, The Grill Divider. This divider splits your cooking area up on the grill to allow for different cooking temps on the same grill. Control your grilling with The Grill Divider.

My Cool Inventions for 06/04/2018

Angelyn Myers and the My “Buddy Towel” Kids use up a lot of towels. Sometimes they just run around wet not using one at all! The My “Buddy Towel” is the solution. This towel is a onesie that kids can wear, run around in and play while they dry off. No more wrapping and fighting […]