The M12 Fuel Hatchet is a 12V compact cordless pruning saw with a 6-inch bar for pruning applications. The Fuel Brushless motor gives it the power to cut 3-inch hardwoods and can deliver up to 120 cuts per charge. Weighing less than 5 pounds, the M12 gives the user increased maneuverability in tight access areas. And with the variable speed trigger with immediate throttle response, users have complete control over the power range. Harnessing the power of this saw is made easy with the full house chain, which minimizes vibration and delivers clean cuts. The quiet emission-free battery-powered motor also allows for use indoors, such as for construction demolition.
Designed by: Drake Schlosser, Scott Fischer, and Shane McCue of Milwaukee Tool
Pellet Joe is a grill that combines the simplicity and control of burning wood pellets with the unmatched thermal efficiency of a ceramic Kamado-style grill. The Pellet Joe’s hopper will hold up to 10 pounds of pellets, which can last around 14 hours for long smoking sessions. Unlike standard charcoal-burning Kamados, starting up Pellet Joe is as simple as turning the front dial to the desired temperature, ranging from 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. Users can monitor and control the internal temperature from their phone via Wi-Fi connectivity.
Designed by: The Atlas PMG Team and Kamado Joe
The RYOBI EZ Reach System is a telescopic pole with a range of attachments: a lightweight pole hedge trimmer, a rounded cone brush, and a window cleaning brush. When designing the RYOBI EZ Reach System, the goal was to reduce the weight as much as possible. Tools that are easier to use and more ergonomic reduce bodily strain, leading to a more enjoyable experience for a wider range of customers. Lighter, more comfortable, and more versatile products help take the chore out of maintenance tasks, helping users enjoy their garden more.
Designed by: Techtronic Design OPE Team
The Fi Smart Collar tracks your dog’s movement and location, ensuring your best friend is keeping fit and staying close to home. Using a combination of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS signals, the Smart Collar can locate your pet to a radius of as little as 7 feet. Owners can set up geofencing around their home and be immediately alerted when their dog leaves their domain. If they do leave, pets can be accurately tracked and recovered quickly. The activity tracking also allows owners to ensure their dog is getting the right amount of exercise for their breed.
Designed by: Fred Bould, IDSA, Jeremy Wolf, IDSA, and Jamie Perin of Bould Design for Fi