April 25, 2008 12:45 pm

It’s beautiful weather this week here at InventHelp headquarters in Pittsburgh. While Invention Girl is thrilled to see the sun, I know that it’s also time to put my exercise gadgets to use. I won’t say just how many workout contraptions I have, but let’s just say I have my credit card number (and expiration date) memorized from calling infomercials!

InventHelp’s Invention Girl knows that no workout is complete without some great tunes to get the blood pumping. I used to just cue up my workout playlist on my iPod and throw on some headphones, but now I blast the whole house with crisp, clear sound thanks to Bowers & Wilkins’ Zeppelin. It would be an understatement to say this doesn’t make Invention Guy very happy!

This all-in-one audio system – named for the airship, not the band – is packed with tweeters, midrange drivers and a subwoofer in a mere 25-inch unit. The Zeppelin’s curvy shape resembles a football and provides even distribution of sound. A floating dock is compatible with older model iPods, and other MP3 players can be plugged into the back. Plus, a tilt stand allows me to position the Zeppelin for optimum acoustics.

A sleek, rounded controller lets me adjust volume and skip the songs that drag down my routine. Now, if I could just get myself to use the controller from the treadmill instead of the couch, InventHelp’s Invention Girl would be in great shape! The Zeppelin retails for $599.

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