Never Eat Rotton Meat Again

 - Aug 10, 2007
References: popgadget.net
You open your fridge, scouring the near-empty racks for something to eat. There, on the next to the bottom shelf, is a pot roast you set out to thaw sometime last week. You bought this particular piece of meat on sell because it was already close to the 'sell by' date. You froze it for a few weeks and now it has set in your fridge for a number of days. Is it still good? Use the SensorFreshQ to find out. This device detects gasses put off by bacteria. You can get this super sniffer for about $90 at Amazon.