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Days Ago Digtial Counter

Updated on June 15, 2007
Did you ever have a good idea that should have been developed? Days Ago Digital Day Counter is one of those that is a very simple concept, and definitely provides that necessity is the mother of invention.

As you know, many foods are only good for a certain amount of time after opening. However, who can really remember when you opened it in the first place? And who is really organized enough to keep track of it? There have been many times when I’ve opened up the refrigerator, and found something delicious that unfortunately went bad days or even weeks ago. If I had a nickel for every time that happened, then I’d have saved all the money I wasted for letting my food go bad.

DaysAgo is an electronic top that you put on your foods. It attaches by suction cup or magnet, which is especially useful for jarred foods. You can then adjust the LCD meter for up to ninety-nine days, and you’ll never have a doubt when the expiration date on your food runs out. The only thing that is missing is an alarm, but hey, could you hear it in your refrigerator anyway?

DaysAgo also comes in handy for situations where the amount of days matters. For example, you might want to use it for plant waterings, gardening, furnace filter changes, or even oil changes. You can also put it on your medication, insulin, beauty products, contact lens solution, or other health regimens. Anything that is on some sort of timetable is fair game for usages for DaysAgo. In fact, I wish they had an online version so I would remember to check certain cites on various days.

DaysAgo has won some pretty prestigious awards, including Best Household Product of the Year 2006 by Good Morning America. HGTV called it one of the greatest gadgets of 2006, and it was a finalist in the 2007 Housewares Design Awards. On February 2, 2007, the inventors of DaysAgo appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show as part of the “Moms Who Made Millions”.

Well, if Oprah endorses it, who can refuse? To purchase the DaysAgo, just go to the website. You can buy a 2 pack for $10.00. You have to buy either magnetic and suction, and they are available in many assorted colors including Lime, Tangerine, Charcoal, and Blueberry. I would advise getting at least ten of these guys for all sorts of household stuff.


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