“We have to continually be jumping off cliffs and developing our wings on the way down.” 

—Kurt Vonnegut

Fat Iron

Fat Iron is the world’s first Food and Drug Administration-cleared and clinically tested home use device for ironing off fat.

With the same technology used by plastic surgeons and dermatologists, the device targets fat, stretch marks, wrinkles and saggy skin with an aim to tone and strengthen muscles.

It uses bipolar radio frequency to heat and destroy fat cells while stimulating collagen; electro-muscle stimulation to firm and strengthen muscles; and acts as a mini-workout.

Fat Iron will retail for $400, with expected delivery to crowdfunding Rewards backers in August.


LaserPeckerPro allows you to engrave on virtually any surface, including fruits.

The app provides a wide variety of patterns, or you can create your own by uploading any picture or customized design.

LaserPeckerPro features an auto-adjusting support stand that sets up and focuses in seconds. Just put the engraving target on the spot; the stand’s built-in sensors measure the distance between the laser generator and the target, automatically adjusting the height to ensure the focal point is the correct distance from the surface of the object.

The standard model retails for $399; the deluxe version, with auto-focus supporting stand, sells for $559.


Using zero-gravity technology, Rotofarm lets you grow vegetables, herbs and microgreens using less space, water and energy.

To imitate the concept of zero gravity, Rotofarm rotates your garden 360 degrees every 46 minutes. This reduces the growth-suppressing effects of gravity and optimizes water and aeration of roots, as well as maximizes light exposure. The sleek design is conducive to being in the kitchen or other rooms in your home.

Rotofarm uses no soil and is hydroponic. It automatically controls watering and lighting, lasting several days without needing to top-up the base water reservoir.

The project team has a working demo, not the final product. It is scheduled for availability late this year.


Billed as the world’s first lighter designed for upright and inverted use, DISSIM features a patent-pending circle grip that allows for igniting in an upright or inverted position.

The flame adjustment wheel makes it easy to set the best flame height. The butane tank is refillable, so the product is environmentally friendly.

With a sleek design and made of cast metal, DISSIM comes in premium packaging.

DISSIM will retail for $30. Crowdfunding for Rewards backers is set for August.