Uncommon Goods Quick Pop Maker Review and Giveaway

Great gift ideas at UncommonGoods
     Kevin and I not only want to have the coolest most up to date gadgets in our home but we are always checking out new sites to buy "uncommon" gifts for others.  You should know by now from reading my posts that my sister is getting married in the next two weeks and we have been searching for a totally awesome wedding gift.  As always in my search for something along those lines I discovered Uncommon Goods.  This is such a cool website!  They thrive on individuality so much I almost don't want to tell everyone about this site because I want everything to myself!  They provide everything from cool gardening gifts (here) to items for your office (here) to gifts for new parents (here) to gifts for cooks (here) and more...

     So I do know this is the end of summer we are nearing but I couldn't have chosen a more perfect item to review than the Quick Pop Maker from Uncommon Goods.  Declan recently got his first ear infection which caused his temperature to spike quite high.  One of the first things the emergency room doctors suggested (well besides Tylenol) was giving him a Popsicle to keep him hydrated.  The quick pop maker makes Popsicles by flash-freezing juice in up to 9 minutes without electricity.  And yes, I said juice!  You don't have to have your Popsicles with a ton o sugar anymore.  I can use juices and fruit pieces instead which I know are good for my children (and myself).  So as soon as we got home from the hospital I whipped a quick orange juice Popsicle to help comfort and hydrate my sick little baby.  The quick pop maker is also great for the other kids during the summer or just for an evening snack.  It can make up to nine Popsicles in one round and all I have to do is rinse it clean and keep it in the freezer for the next time around.

     Uncommon Goods also works with the environment when you look at their garden gifts.  Their print catalogs are printed on recycled paper and all of their merchandise is produced without harm to animals.  They even have a green recycled icon on several items throughout their website to represent products made of recycled materials.  Uncommon Goods also donates a portion of each order to your choice of non-profit organizations including American Forests, AmeriCares, City Harvest, and the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN).  This is really a great company with some great beliefs, ideas AND products.

Cost: $50 Quick Pop Maker
Available to purchase: Uncommon Goods
Recommendation: Go check this site out!  They have just about anything you can imagine and more.  Its totally worth a look and the prices are very reasonable.
Facebook: Uncommon Goods
Twitter: @UncommonGoods


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