Kapok is a silky fiber harvested in the rainforests of the Philippines, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, tropical America and Africa. After the ripe pods of the tree are harvested, the seeds are removed and the fluffy fiber is meticulously cleaned and dried.
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In A Nutshell Update Nov 2013: The VXI BlueParrott Roadwarrior B250 is now our recommended hand-free headset. It’s a no-frills, but very reliable head-set. It’s available on Amazon for about $70. It has an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars, from 390 reviewers. Today, hand-free headsets have been created in response to the amount […]
Wireless earbuds allow you to listen to an iPod or MP3 player without a tangle of cords. They are particularly useful for listening while you are engaged in sports. There are two types of wireless earbuds: those that transmit wirelessly via an iPod adapter, and those that attach directly to an iPod shuffle. Most of […]
The new nPower PEG (personal energy generator) by Tremont Electric wowed reviewers at the 2011 CES convention. This back-up hybrid charger allows you to keep your cell phone, iPod, or other hand-held device working while you’re on the go. By harnessing the kinetic energy that you produce through movement, then converting it into accessible power, […]