Invention fair held in Fairfield for new 'As Seen on TV' products

Inventors across the country are pitching their ideas at an invention fair in Fairfield today.

The event is taking place at TeleBrands headquarters, where inventors are given an opportunity to market practical at-home inventions. The fair comes to the area every six to eight weeks, and representatives say they are searching for up-and-coming "As Seen on TV" products.

TeleBrands CEO AJ Khubani says the company has not set a limit on the number of inventions that will be considered.

Two men from Nebraska had an angled frying pan rack that separates grease and fat from foods while cooking, and a man from The Bronx had a wedged knife ideal for cutting cakes and pies. A Long Island man displayed a house candle that breaks apart to save wax.

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