“What good is an idea if it remains an idea? Try. Experiment. Iterate. Fail. Try again. Change the world.”

– Simon Sinek

Wynd Halo +


Wynd has 10 sensors to monitor the air for allergens, smoke and pollution. Its purifier has two HEPA filters that capture particles as small as 0.3um, or 1/120th the thickness of human air.

The tracker has an innovation called Air ID that classifies the actual pollutants in the air so you can act accordingly. Wynd cleans 1,200 square feet in approximately 30 minutes. The purifier only turns up when Halo triggers it.

The monitor retails for $139, the purifier $349, the monitor/purifier bundle $449. The product will be shipped to early Rewards crowdfunding backers in May.

Mouse Books: Season 2


These books provide literature in a curated, beautiful, durable format with no batteries, beeping, buzzing or interruptions found in our phone-dominated world. Subscribe and get a year of books delivered to your door.

Each quarter, the Mouse editorial team selects full texts, excerpts, short stories, speeches, poetry and more built around a theme in three books. Together they form a conversation around a literary playlist.

Mouse Books feature thick, high-quality cover paper and comfortable type size. Membership is $50, and shipping is free.

Brite Bite Brushing Stick


A chew toy that cleans dogs’ teeth, Brite Bite was developed to encourage your dog to bite down and scrub his or her own teeth. It is especially good for cleaning hard-to-reach back molars.

Allow your dog to use the brushing stick for 3 minutes at a time under your supervision. You can also pair it with your favorite pet-safe toothpaste or apply peanut butter, coconut oil, or other pet-safe spreadable foods to the exterior to encourage your dog.

Infused with a fresh peppermint scent, the stick is dishwasher safe. The price ranges from $12.99 to $19.99, depending on the size.



Snowfeet brings the thrill of skating to the slopes by attaching to your winter shoes or snowboard boots. They fit in a backpack, so you can take them anywhere. One size fits all.

The product is made of highly durable and lightweight fiberglass-reinforced material. Metal ski edges enable easy stopping. The heel brake lets you slow down.

Snowfeet can be used in snowparks, through forest trails, and even for cross-country skiing. The suggested retail price is $149, with delivery of the first 2,000 pairs to crowdfunding backers to begin this month. The rest will be shipped in May.