There are thousands of exhibitors and hundreds of thousands of products on display at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show. FOX5 picked out some of the strangest.
Issa toothbrush - kids version, $119; adults, $199
The toothbrush hasn't been updated for 50 years and the Issa could be the new craze for oral hygiene. It's constructed with silicone and its maker, Foreo, purports the material works much better than traditional nylon brushes.
The kids' brush has an indicator light that will flash every 12 hours reminding that it's time to brush.
"It's resistant to bacteria and it's non-porous, so you're going to brush your teeth for the first time with a clean brush," said sales executive Marline Reveles.
The company is based in Las Vegas.
Winbot window washer - $399
This device is already on the market. It uses vacuum pressure to attach to a window - add a bit of solution to a cleaning pad underneath the device and the Winbot rotates in patterns to completely clean the area.
Muse Headband - $299
The Muse headband, combined with its app, called Calm, are designed to train your brain to relax. The headband measures brain activity, while the app takes you through exercises to calm down your mind over time.
Triton submarine - $2.2 to $4.7 million
Catering to the yacht owner that has money to spend, the company builds personal submarines that can fit up to eight people and submerge to 3,300 feet. No special license is required to operate them, but Triton will extensively train buyers on how to properly pilot the craft.
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