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Win a Free Massage Chair and Leave Life’s Troubles Behind with Our #FirstWorldSolutions Sweepstakes

Zero Gravity Massage ChairWhen you work hard and play hard, there’s nothing like the Human Touch Zero Gravity Immersion Massage Chair to ease away stress, tension and worries. Continue reading →

#FirstWorldSolutions Giveaway: BBQ Grill Light and Fan

BBQ grill light & fanWe’re back to solve your first world problems with a #FirstWorldSolution. This week we’re giving away the ultimate grill accessory: the BBQ Grill Light and Fan. Continue reading →

#FirstWorldSolutions Giveaway: Portable Badminton Set

portable badmintonThe case is the base!

We’ve all been there: the rattle of the poles as you dump them out of the box, the untangling of the net, and the stakes that never stay put and always bend. By the time you get a conventional outdoor badminton net set up, you’re ready to pack it away again. And leaving it up all summer just means you have to mow around it. Continue reading →

#FirstWorldSolutions Giveaway: Unbreakable Rocks Glasses

unbreakable rocks glassesLet’s face it, at some point, whether something gets knocked over, or that glass is a little too slippery coming out of the dish washer, you’re going to drop and break a glass. When you invest in the style and quality of a set of rocks glasses to complement your perfectly-aged scotch, a broken glass can be a real heart-breaker.  Continue reading →

Get a Closer—And Farther—Look With The Next Installment Of The Sharper Image #FirstWorldSolutions Sweepstakes: 100x Zoom Binoculars

zoom binocularsSo you’re sitting on your back porch, enjoying the fine early morning weather. Suddenly you catch a glimpse of movement, far, far up in the sky. You run into the house for your mid-range binoculars, bring them to your eyes, and there it is: the largest bald eagle you’ve ever seen, soaring up and up on a thermal, wings fully extended. It’s one of the most beautiful things you’ve ever witnessed—you think. Or would be anyway, you’re pretty sure. If you could see it better. You’re no eagle-eyes on your own, but even with the binoculars, that bird is just too far away. Maybe it’s a turkey buzzard. Continue reading →