For the One Who's Always Cold
Thermacell released its new ProFLEX Heavy Duty heated insoles with Bluetooth technology. Users control how warm they want their insoles to be via an app on their smartphone that connects to the insoles using Bluetooth. Each insole has a removable, rechargeable battery. According to the company, each battery fully recharges in two hours or less and will last up to 8.5 hours on one charge. The ProFLEX Heavy Duty have been tested to 1 million steps. $199


For the iPhone Addict
Thinium Technologies has introduced its ReCHARGE+ 2-in-1 portable battery. The ReCHARGE+ not only serves as a portable back-up battery, but also serves as a wall charger for both iOS and Android devices. The battery is cordless and features retractable charging docks that fold flat against the battery. The company says the battery can provide up to a full two charges, depending on the smartphone. $69.99


For the One with All the Gadgets
SCOTTeVEST introduced its Off the Grid (OTG) jacket for both women and men. The jacket features 29 pockets to keep everything from keys to credit cards to smartphones safe and secure. The OTG also includes a pocket large enough to hold a laptop computer without making the jacket seem bulky, according to the company. It has a padded pocket to keep a tablet computer safe and two interior Clear Touch pockets that let users access their phones without removing the device from the jacket. $215


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For the Kids
Walter Foster Jr. has published How to Build a House, the latest in its Technical Tales series of children’s books. The book follows three friends, Eli, Phoebe, and Hank, as they learn about construction and build the house of their dreams. As young readers follow along with the story, they will learn about blueprints, foundation, wiring, landscaping, and everything in between. $14.95; available wherever books are sold.


For the Tool Lover
Malco Tools released its tool backpack. The backpack has 33 pockets to keep tools organized. It features a molded polymer base that the company says protects the bag and its contents from water erosion, mildew, and drop damage. The backpack also features two exterior side pockets and exterior padded pockets for smartphones and laptops. The company says it can withstand loads up to 25 lbs. $129


For the One Who Has It All
Seek Thermal launched its newest thermal imaging camera: RevealPRO. RevealPRO is a handheld device with a 320 x 240 thermal sensor. The device has a minimum focus distance of six inches and a 4x zoom function. It also has a 2.4-inch display and the company says the device can run continuously for four hours. RevealPro also comes with a built-in LED flashlight. The device contains four gigabytes of storage, but images can be transferred off the device via USB. $699


For the Caffeine Junkie
Decora Cabinets introduced two new storage systems for Keurig K-Cups. The pullout storage fits alongside the upper cabinets, helping to preserve much-needed upper cabinet storage space. It holds 44 pods. The second option is the organizer drawer. The drawer is tiered so pods are stored on top while spoons, coffee stirrers, and creamers can be stashed below. It holds 40 pods. Both are available for most door styles and in all wood species. Starting at $350