Author Archives: Asya Shein

Product Reviews: Travel Accessories [CES 2015]


Travel around with sustainable accessories!  If you’re going on any outing do so with some of these products.  They backed by premium quality along with guarantees that you won’t find at other retailers.  For example, Travel bags from Looptworks rescues excess materials, converting them into premium goods like handbags, iPad covers, etc.  They have a loopt4life guarantee with prices starting at $89.If your one of the 235 million Americans who use your phones daily make sure you recharge them with MyCharge which has the power to charge you device up to 30% faster than the apple supply chargers and has SmartSense technology to ensure device compatibility.  They’re stylish and retains 60% of it’s power for up to one year.  Their series products include, the All Terrain, Amp, Hub, Razor, and Style which all deliver hi quality portable recharging.  Pricing is reasonable and has long lasting support that will keep your device operating when you need it the most.

AllTerrain Max open

Lastly, If your getting away from society make sure to at least have any Secūr products which are extremely efficient for camping, outing and all around use.  Some of their most popular products include solar powered and dynamo powered flashlights, am/fm radios and lighting devices.  The products range in affordability but are very useful low to high necessity situations.  They are versatile as most products have more than one use to them and are environmentally friendly.


The next time you decide to go on any outing be sure to have handy these products as they will be there for you when you need it the most and should you have any trouble they’re service will ensure sustainability for continued use.

3D Printing and 3D Scanning Review [CES 2015]


3D printing and 3D scanning made a big statement at this year’s CES!  The products that the printers have created have made a large leap in technological advances from printed garments to printed band instruments that were performing live at the show.  One of the highlighted products that we enjoyed was Polar 3D which uses a printing circular bed instead of square bed that helps giving larger diameter for printing.  Some acclaimed 3D printers were Ultimaker Pro and Makerbot making them great for high resolution printing with open source platforms that allows you to bring in meshes that they’re user base community has created.



The 3D scanning was too mind boggling.  If you need to create or make references to objects your building the scanner is very useful.  With Shining 3D You have the ability to scan objects on plates and with iSense you can scan with a handheld device hooked to your Tablet.  With both products combined the possibilities of your imagination is endless.


3D printing and scanning works very well for artists, designers, engineers, educators, and hobbyists looking to add to their career or embark on a new on one.  These devices prices range from $699 to $3999 retail for 3D printers and $379 + for 3D scanners.   Soon you will see them in every home for family use so get yours and begin building!