Brushing your teeth is boring, isnâ€™t it? Well at least now it should only take ten seconds.
In fact, lots of the gadgets on this weekâ€™s Lust List are designed to speed up the boring bits of life, or remove them altogether.
If youâ€™ve got tech needs that demand to be met, read on for a full set of the slickest and most ingenious products out there.
Twelve South PowerPic Mod
Fed up with wireless charging pucks?
Customise this with one of your favourite photos and boost the battery life of any Qi enabled device, as it disguises its wireless charging capabilities within an unassuming piece of home decor.
Amazon Echo Show 15
The latest member of the Echo show smart speaker family gets the supersized treatment with a 15.6-inch display thatâ€™s designed to cling onto your walls and fool visitors into thinking itâ€™s a picture frame.
Ubanista Los Angeles
True innovation in headphones doesnâ€™t come around often.
So itâ€™s easy to see why weâ€™re excited about these self charging, wireless noise-cancelling cans that use the big burning ball in the sky (and indoor light) to power your music.
Smeg Limited Edition Unity fridge
As far as collaborations go, this â€˜70s-inspired fridge , celebrating the 50th anniversary of Coca-Colaâ€™s iconic â€˜Hilltopâ€™ commercial, is all kinds of groovy.
It certainly is the real thing, but youâ€™d better be quick, thereâ€™s only 25 available.
Y-Brush 2nd gen
Impatient types will love this mouthguard-shaped electric toothbrush that promises to clean your gnashers in just ten seconds.
How? Itâ€™s filled with nylon bristles that vibrate and promise to clean your teeth, while cutting down on brushing time.
Samsung Freestyle Projector
Taking on the guise of an upward-firing floor lamp, this portable projector beams an image up to 100-inches at 1080p, with a 180-degree stand, so you can point it at the ceiling and watch content while horizontal.
Garmin Venu 2 Plus
Whether youâ€™re a fitness fanatic who likes to capture key fitness stats, like the idea of taking phone calls from your wrist or commanding your phoneâ€™s voice assistant from your wrist, Garminâ€™s new wearable sounds like a brilliant all-rounder.
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