11 Gadgets To Get You Through Snowy Weather

December 16, 2016

2:20 pm

Next week, winter will officially be here. We know, we’re scared too. But that hasn’t stopped snow from hitting several cities with the force of a bullet train. Some cities, like Chicago for example, are fully equipped for snow storms and blizzards. However, cities like Baltimore and Washington DC have continued to shut down in the face of snow that either sticks or creates icy patches. When this happens, stores are cleaned out of water and bread, kitty litter is purchased in Costco sized bins, and more liquor is consumed than in your first year of college.

Here at TechCo, we’re big supporters of being prepared, which is why we’ve crowdsourced the tech community to see what they need to get through snowy weather. From heated gloves to flamethrowers (mostly kidding), we have compiled a list of both the sensible and senseless gadgets that would keep even a yeti at bay.

Gadgets for Winter and Snowy Weather

Though some of us made the conscious effort to simply move far away from where the snow sticks to the ground, these devices and gadgets should help you through the upcoming season.

Where To Get Them

Curb Monitor –  $375

Heated Gloves – $100

Apple TV – $150

Chromecast Ultra – $70

Electric Blanket – $55+

Oster Bread Machine – $45

Remote Starter – $45+

Anker Battery Backup – $24

Amazon Echo – $140

Wemo Start Crockpot – $130

Netatmo Weather Station – $150

Photo: CrockPot Wemo

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Elliot is an award winning journalist deeply ingrained in the startup world and is often digging into emerging technology and data. When not writing, he's likely either running or training for a triathlon. You can contact him by email at elliot(@)elliotvolkman.com or follow him on Twitter @thejournalizer.

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