If you rode up Stromlo and didn’t take a selfie, did you really ride up Stromlo? Seriously though, our proximity to Canberra’s world-class mountain bike track means you’ll have some incredible action shots you’ll need to capture in the morning, after work and on weekends. The mount is compatible with GoPro, and comes with a neodymium magnet, a reinforced suction cup, a sturdy clamp, and a 20cm selfie stick. Say cheese!
Bringing intelligence right to your front door, this system enables you to always hear the doorbell whether you’re upstairs, outside on the deck, or in the garden. It’s connected to an app on your phone, so you can even answer the door while at work. The Ding’s gorgeous minimalist design goes perfectly with the Denman vibe too.
OK, so it doesn’t have batteries (or require any power at all, actually) so it’s probably not technically a ‘tech’ gadget, but there’s no doubt this little device goes perfectly with the Denman lifestyle. Small and compact so it fits in a picnic basket, you just drop in your egg yolks, lemon juice and Dijon mustard, give it a short, sharp whisk and you’re away. Ham and mayo baguette, anyone?
You’ll have plenty of options for walking your pooch at Denman Prospect, but when you have to leave her alone, this canine wearable is the perfect way to stay in touch. Use the app to see how much sleep she’s had, whether she’s been stressed and when she’s hungry. The smart dog collar attaches to her existing collar and is robust and waterproof.
This one is bleeding-edge but the Fontus self-filling water bottle is being manufactured as we speak (patent pending). According to the website, the Fontus is designed to capture the moisture contained in the air, condense it and store it as safe drinking water. The Fontus Ryde is designed to clip onto a bike, while the Fontus Airo is for hikers and clips onto a backpack. Total game-changer and a must for the Denman lifestyle.
No need to pop bub on the scales when you visit the doctor, the Hatch change pad can tell you exactly how much your baby weighs within a few grams. Gathering data each time you use it, the mat can also measure feeding amounts for breastfed babies, and the number of nappy changes you’ve made. Download the Hatch companion app and view your baby’s progress in personalised growth charts. Who said data couldn’t be cute?
At last! The mug turns on when it detects a hot drink, lights up when the perfect temperature is reached, and turns off when you take your last sip, or after 30 minutes. Where do we sign?