The makers of the Scizza say their product is the best thing since sliced bread. They back up the cliche boast with a claim that the kitchen tool that works as a combination of scissors and a pizza cutter can cut perfect pizza slices on any surface.
The GoBone is an interactive dog toy that connects to your smartphone. Its makers promise the toy lets you customize your dog's play experience to breed and age, and the GoBone will play with your pet on its own.
When the power goes off, you know how useful your cell phone's flashlight app can be. The makers of the Lyfelite claim their product can bring you four to five hours of light, even if you don't have access to a power grid.
This week, we again take a look at some of the best products we've tested so far in 2019 on Does It Work. The masterminds behind Wednesday night's products say they can make your drive a little easier.
The makers of the Potato Express! say they can help. They say all you need is a microwave and all you have to do is put the freshly-washed potato in the bag, and in four minutes, you've got a perfectly-cooked spud.
Grilled cheese sandwiches are already quick and relatively easy to prepare, but the makers of the Nostalgia Grilled Cheese Toaster say their product provides an even easier and quicker way to bring the snack to your table.
You can use the reusable hair and fur remover just by throwing it in with your laundry. As you wash your clothes, the FurZapper's tacky material grabs the hair and washes it down the drain or into your lint trap.