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Gadgets July 13, 2005 posted by

Money counter.

Money Counter and Counterfeit Detector. $199.95. Hmm…wonder if you need to have cash to justify getting one of these? Or whether shoving two crinkled grubby notes through the slot repeatedly with a wild cackle will push us into the big time? Sigh.  How quickly can you count 900 $20 bills? We bet you can’t do it in a minute, while spotting phony bills. This incredibly portable machine is that fast and that smart. Whether you’re a shop owner or weekend swap meet vendor,…


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Gadgets July 13, 2005 posted by

Single Roll Skater.

The Singleroll Skater. $99.98. The illegitimate offspring of a torrid affair between a skateboard from the wrong side of the tracks and a glamorous set of waxy downhill skis. We warned them that nothing good would come of it and now look.  You rock your body side-to-side like in-line skating, you use the poles for balance and speed like skiing, and you stand on a deck much like a skateboard! Race, slalom, do turns, do downhill, or skate straight–all while improving…


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Gadgets July 13, 2005 posted by

Metal maestro.

The Garrett Enforcer G2 Hand Held Metal Detector. $86.00. Pop it into your handbag just in case you visit those gun lovin’ relatives at the weekend. It pays to keep on top of the situation, don’t you think? And don’t forget the school run car-pool shakedown, eh?  A miniature version of the Garrett Super Scanner. The Enforcer G-2 is small enough to carry in your hand or pocket, yet powerful and sensitive enough to detect the smallest concealed weapon. Built to operate in rugged…


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Gadgets July 12, 2005 posted by

LCD Watch.

The DM1B LCD Watch. Chunka-delic. With big bright numerals, alarm, chrono and day/date. Mmm…£29.99.  We LOVE LED Watches but we also LOVE Dot Matrix LCD display watches – they are not easy to find and this CONNECT model is just about the best with it’s unique vertical display, large digits that can be read at a glance. The upright style resembles Fossil’s Starck watch but this model is much cooler and has a far superior feature set.


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Gadgets July 12, 2005 posted by

Sound and fury.

The Notebook Sound Case. $48.85 gets you a laptop briefcase with a couple of built-in speakers. Correct us if we’re wrong, but don’t laptops come with their own speakers nowadays? What? Ah, I see. These are apparently ‘amplified’ speakers. Well that’s better then.  SPC-400 Notebook computer Sound Case turns your portable laptop PC into a portable audio/visual sound system with a built-in amplified speaker. Simply attach included connector to laptop headphone jack for 360 degree sound. No more need to…


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Gadgets July 12, 2005 posted by

Interactor Vest.

The Aura Interactor Force Feedback Vest. $69.00. Feel the punches of your on-screen game opponents. AKA the masochist’s delight. Ow!  With this slick little back pack, you can actually feel the slams, whams, and punches of your opponent! Does it get any better than this? We think not! Not only does the Interactor add to the virtual reality of your PC games, you can also feel the action from your favorite TV shows, movies, CD, stereo, game console and more……


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Gadgets July 11, 2005 posted by

ECO Vac.

The ECOVac Robot Vacuum Cleaner. $144.95. Nah mister, you don’t want one of them uvver rubbish robots, you need a remote control one. Yeah thats right, you can chase the cat wiv it an’ everyfing. It’s top. But wiv great power comes responsibility though, dunnit?  Designed by Israeli software engineers over the course of 18 months, the ECOVac grants you extra flexibility when vacuuming. It cleans by remote control from up to 33 feet away (9-volt battery included), so you…


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Gadgets July 11, 2005 posted by

Stunning surprise.

The Stun Gun-Alarm-Flashlight Combo. Convergence comes in handy when you’re in a jam, eh? Stun ‘em, flash ‘em or shriek ‘em to death. Your call. $45.00.  Both stun/alarm flashlight models combine the power of an 80,000 volt stun gun and 130 db alarm with a handy flashlight. We have sold these to many locksmithing companies, nightclubs, bars and of course civilians for all-in-one personal protection. And you couldn’t ask for a better non-lethal self defense weapon for your vehicle.


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Gadgets July 11, 2005 posted by

Vintage radiation detector.

The Vintage Cold War Radiation Detector. Worried? Nervous? Irritable with the cat? You need a genuine 60’s radiation detector, complete with 25 foot cable for really ‘remote’ readings, know what I mean, knudge, knudge! Is $59.95 too much to pay for peace of mind in these troubled times? Answers on a Caribbean liferaft to….  Each is fully functional and comes complete with the original operating manual. Standard detector reads rads and is equipped with a 25′ cable which allows remote…


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Gadgets July 8, 2005 posted by

USB Car Radio.

The USB Car Radio. £149.99. Car CD radio with SD card and USB slots. Such a good idea makes you wonder why it took so long, doesn’t it? Now you can play your favourite MP3’s and other digital music formats in your car. This great new product accepts a SDRAM memory card or a USB memory stick. Allowing you to copy music from your PC or Laptop and play on this car radio. Of course the stereo also plays standard…


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Gadgets July 8, 2005 posted by

Rack and load.

OK, stop gazing at the carpet and listen. The BatteryRack 34 with flashlight and tester is a cool idea, OK? Stores your batteries and lets you test them on demand. Simple, effective, cheap. And if you’re a gadget freak, part way essential.  $24.99.  Those batteries cluttering up drawers in your home-are they good, dead, or what? This battery rack lets you store and organize all unused household batteries in one handy place, and even includes a built-in battery tester so you…


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Gadgets July 8, 2005 posted by

Mickey lights.

Tell me one thing, dear citizens. Why..oh why would you want or need a Laser Illuminated Mouse? No forgive us, a laser illuminated mouse wheel? What does it do for your life that a quart of orange juice and a fat Taco Bell breakfast burrito doesn’t? Shocked. And awed. $24.95.


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Gadgets July 8, 2005 posted by

Wolfe mouse.

The ATC-701 Wolfe Mouse. A kind of hybrid joystick/mouse which Doug Wolfe assures us is perfect for CAD CAM applications. I don’t think it’s actually in production yet, but the idea is interesting nonetheless. Isn’t it?


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Gadgets July 7, 2005 posted by

Lounger-matic.

The Neck Massaging, Multimedia Pool Lounger. $89.95 for a state of the art couch potato wagon. Now where did we put that pool? Oh, and that sunshine?  …our neck massaging pool lounge not only offers a one-of-a-kind headrest that gently vibrates to massage neck muscles, but incorporates a…side pouch to hold a portable CD or MP3 player; a small self-sealing hole in the pouch will conduct the headphone cord from your personal stereo to the headrest without letting any water in……


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Gadgets July 7, 2005 posted by

Personal aircon.

The Personal Desktop Air Conditioner. $19.99. Don’t get mad, get even. Cooler.  Simply fill the supplied bottle with water, freeze it, place it back in the chamber and turn the power switch on. That’s it! Now you are ready to enjoy a cool, relaxing gentle breeze any time, anywhere and since it uses only natural water for cooling, the Desktop Air Conditioner is economical to use. Ideal for use wherever personal cooling is required. Requires two (2) D cell batteries.


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