Time and money saving technology for your home this winter

Tech expert, Dr. Frank Viggiano, shows us the top tech to give this holiday season.

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) - The holiday season can be costly to your wallet and costly on your time. Save both time and money this winter with these gadgets from tech expert Dr. Frank Viggiano:

LGRED Heat Technology

  • The average home spends more than $ 1000.00 per year on heating and cooling
  • Superior high efficiency geating in extremely cold climates
  • 100% heating capacity performance to 5 degrees  and continuous heating to -13 degrees 
  • VERY energy efficient products. Earned “MOST EFFICIENT 2017” by ENERGY STAR


Cabinet Heater by Thermablaster

  • Light weight, easy to transport and sturdy even with the propane tank installed
  • 32,000 BTU output.   Low and High setting
  • Way more portable than a traditional patio heater
  • Great for tailgating #HTTR
  • Cool to touch cabinet, approved by CSA


Simplehuman touch-free soap dispenser

  • Automatically dispenses just the right amount of rich, creamy foam
  • Cordless and rechargeable and lasts up to 3 months on one charge
  • Provides a luxurious hand-washing experience
  • Takes the hassle out of refilling your soap pump
  • Developed a click-in cartridge system to make refills fast, easy and mess-free


Worx Axis jigsaw and reciprocating saw

  • Two power tools in one. Jig saw & reciprocating saw
  • Converts with one touch of a button to a reciprocating saw
  • The 20V Combo Tool uses standard T-shank jig blades & saw blades
  • Cuts wood, PVC pipe, fiberglass, ceramic tile, Aluminum, Copper, Tree Limbs
  • Weighs 4.2 pounds, includes 1.5 Ah Lithium battery, five hour charger
  • Built-in dust blower improves cut line visibility


Bedol water clock

  • Clock is powered by water!
  • Simply fill with water
  • Uses NO Electricity & ECO friendly
  • Replace water after a year or so and clock keeps running
  • Clock features an alarm                                                                                                                                                  

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