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March is all about Going GREEN

published on March 2nd, 2010 . by Steve Greenberg

Here’s more info on the GREEN products I’m taking on tour this month.
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Heat Surge Fireplace. Under $400 By Zone Heating the room you are in you can easily lower the whole thermostat setting by at least 5-degrees– lowering your heating bill by 15%

GE Starting in 2012 incandescent bulbs will no longer be allowed to be sold in the US– I’ll show some of the new CF and the very latest in LED lighting options

LG LED E50 Series 23-inch Full 1080p $330 Uses up to 45% less power than most monitors –first product to earn UL Environment’s new Sustainable Product Certification (SPC) for high tech equipment

CyberClean $5-10 Non-toxic and biodegradable, this claylike material is perfect for cleaning tech equipment and as opposed to compressed air sprays– actually removes the dirt and its better for the environment

USB EcoStrip 2.0 $45 This surge protecting power strip plugs into the wall and has a USB plug that goes into your computer’s USB port– when you turn off the computer, you automatically turn off all of the peripherals (printers, speakers, monitors etc.)

Buzzillions Face-Off –Two popular Solar Watches Face Off– which did consumers love and which one did they have issues with?

–Timex Men’s Ironman Solar Power 50-Lap Grey Strap Watch Under $100 (Not so Good one)

Casio GW530A-1V Black G-Shock Atomic Solar Watch with a Resin Band Under $100 (Good one)

EverClear Drain $20 Designed to chop the hair that normally clogs your drain. Eliminates the need for toxic drain cleaning chemicals–and the trucks needed to ship those chemicals cross country

YoGen Handheld Charger $40 Pull the string and charge your cell phone, iPod or any tech toy

Gadget Nation by Steve Greenberg Under $20 My book which showcases off-beat gadgets and the inventors behind them