KUSA- 9NEWS is showing off the latest gadgets including some you can use in the bathroom.
Music lovers will enjoy Kohler's Moxie shower head. It lets you wirelessly-stream music into the shower, and it will cost you $199. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/Q6cof2.
There's a new gadget that promises to make your shower a little brighter. Aimes Ceiling Mount with EcoPower LED lighting system will cost you $2,300. It is a rain shower head from TOTO that emits a gentle glow as flowing water powers its electronics. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/m5DnU2.
If you really want to trick out your bathroom check out the TOTO Neorest 550H toilet. It has an easy-to-read remote control, a SanaGloss ceramic glaze that prevents sticking, a programmable nightlight, hands-free flush and three-mode personal cleansing system with a warm air dryer. All of that will cost you $5,500. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/bIlFaF.
9NEWS is also showing off gadgets that might peak the interest of hikers. The Traverse PowerLock trekking poles from REI that are lighter and shorter with a smaller grip. The poles help lessen the impact on knee, hip, and ankle joints while hike. The poles cost anywhere between $70 and $130. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/u5uyiq.
To make sure you stay hydrated during your hike, check out the CamelBak Octane 22 LR hydration pack. The lumbar-centered pack fits on your hips instead of your back. The pack will hold three quarts of water or six pounds of weight. The hydration pack runs from $90 to $150. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/12gnGAG.
Other gadgets that could make your time in the outdoors better includes the BRAVEN: BRV-1. It's a small, water-resistant Bluetooth speaker that also works as a backup battery bank for your phone. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/WyOplV.
Anyone who likes to cycle will want to check out the Wahoo Fitness: RFLKT Bike Computer. It is the World's only iPhone powered cycling computer. For $150, cyclists can wirelessly send their cycling data and workout information from their phones to the handlebar-mounted cycling computer. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/11OWAhi.
To keep your iPhone safe, Griffin Technology has a case for you. The Survivor + Catalyst Waterproof iPhone 5 case will protect your phone even if you drop it in water. It costs $80. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/11bpdJZ.
To keep all of your gadgets charged in the outdoors, you might be interested in the Guide 10 plus Adventure Kit. It's a compact solar panel and battery pack that will charge your handheld device. It costs $119.95. Find out more here, http://bit.ly/sF80e8.
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