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AaronBurns
 USA
Alarm And Light Warning In Talking Refrigerators Printer Friendly Version
Have you ever noticed that when you go to the fridge late at night and open it that you have a tendency to stand there half asleep starring at the contents for several minutes?
Well, if the refrigerator had a variable sound level worded command you could proceed in the snacking process with out wasting time, electricity and other qualities that go with it. You could hurry up and get back to bed!
You could also program your refrigerator to give you a list of night time snacks that are in it. You might even want a flashing red light to help wake you up.
Reward: A talking refrigerator with this! 

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AaronBurns
 USA
Nose Guards For Particulates Printer Friendly Version
Just like a "Breathe Right" glue strip you could create a bandage-like nose guard that is breathable but doesn't let in allergens, hair, or drool - only clean air.
They just stick around the bottom of your nose with holes in cotton fiber glued up around the nostrils where the bandage glue part keeps them in place. Also nice to wear outdoors.
We have full face masks and similar coverings made of cotton fiber, but these are too big and uncomfortable to wear at any time. These are small and take up only the small end of your nose like little comfortable cotton tents around each nostril.
Reward: A personalized set with the initials A.S.B. 

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amaryeh
 Israel
Traveling diet body scales Printer Friendly Version
A digital body weight scale that is no bigger than 20cm x 10cm x 3cm. It could have a ruggedized LCD for readouts, or simply incorporate a bluetooth chip and send the results to your cellphone or laptop.
The way I envision it working, is that you put it on the floor and balance on top of the device on one foot. When the scale has gotten a constant and steady strain for over 1 second it gives a beep, at which point you can pick it up and read the results, or as I said, they could be bluetoothed to another device.
For people who weigh themselves daily, yet need to travel, this would be great: digital body scales are pretty inexpensive, but currently they are all big and bulky. I don't see why the strain gauge technology used in them couldn't be packaged in a travel package.
Reward: At least one device for free. 

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