8 of the Wackiest CES 2017 Pitches So Far

Christine Persaud

Published: 01/02/2017 07:00:01 AM EST in Electronics

8 of the Wackiest CES 2017 Pitches So Far

3.HairMax LaserBand 41

For some reason, hair growth devices have persevered at CESS for years, so there must be some interest in them. HairMax is likely just one of many companies that will be showcasing new products. Its LaserBand 41 uses a Flex-Fit design for a comfortable fit. It purports to deliver safe and nourishing light energy to help stimulate hair follicles and promote hair growth, reverse thinning, and restore one's natural hair growth cycle and help grow fuller and denser hair. Could this finally be the solution to hereditary hair loss? We wouldn't put money on it. But don't known it until you try it, I guess. It will be on display at the Beauty Tech area in the Sands.

4.Wair Wearable IoT Air Purifier

So wearables are a hot topic this year at CES once again, but none is quite as interesting as Wair, a wearable air purifier. Place the smart scarf over your face, and it helps to filter out air pollutants. As an IoT device, it connects wirelessly to an app on your smartphone to provide real-time air quality updates, and let you know when air quality is not good, and you should put the scarf on. Wair will be on display at Eureka Park.

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