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Things that go ‘boo’ in the night!

Gadgets May 26, 2005 posted by

Palm Tree Hammock.

The Palm Tree Hammock. Faux grass, fake palm trees and a cool misting system. Paradise found. I’d cancel the tickets to the Bahamas, but at $3,495.00…? Maybe not. [via The Green Head]

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Gadgets May 25, 2005 posted by

The future is Orange?

The Orange Star Wars box set. Aaargh! A Darth Vader phone holder (with light up call alert), Chewbacca furry phone pouch (eeew) and a Yoda top-up card? Free with a £49.99 Nokia 3220? Use the sauce, Luke.  Buy a pay as you go Nokia 3220 Star Wars gift pack and you’ll get a galaxy of cool accessories that are must-haves for any Jedi Knight or Dark Lord of the Sith.

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Gadgets May 25, 2005 posted by

Cell phun detecta.

The Osun Cellphone EMF Radiation Detector. $24.95. Tested one of these EMF detector puppies once. Scary. Everything gives you cancer. Everything.  Do you know you are exposed to more and more Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation that may cause harm to your health and well-being? This Radiation Finder will detect radiation strength of your cell phone, microwave oven, TV, computer monitor, alarm clock, hair dryer, and other appliances in your environment. Based on the measurement you can choose the right cell…

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Gadgets May 25, 2005 posted by

Solar handbag.

Had to come didn’t it? The Solar Power Handbag. For today’s switched on woman? Arf!  C-TSP-B08 hand bag with integrate solar cell to charge the mobile phone walkman, CD Players or PDAs

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Gadgets May 25, 2005 posted by

Steam genie.

The Micro Pro Fabric Steamer. $34.85. If you travel a lot you crease. You know you do. And who likes ironing, eh? Much better to stand there like a lemon spraying steam and a prayer over your best shirt at 6:45am in the hotel room.  No ironing board needed with this efficient wrinkle remover. At just 4 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 (and under 1 lb), this is the most compact solution yet to the problems of wrinkles…

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Gadgets May 24, 2005 posted by

Lock an’ load.

The BioCert Biometric Fingerprint Door Lock. $199.95. But what happens if you lose your fingers, eh? Eh? Answer me that! And let’s not talk about the batteries running out at four o’clock on a dark, damp December morning.  Imagine securing your home with the latest in technology and at the same time eliminating the headache of shared or lost keys. Now you can with the BioCert Guardian Fingerprint Biometric Door Lock from Biometrics Direct. The BioCert Guardian Fingerprint Biometric Door Lock runs…

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Gadgets May 24, 2005 posted by

Harness the power.

The Conterra Adjusta Pro Harness. Hah, pfaff with the designer iPod holders already. Real street cred comes from carrying your booty around in a tough, ‘don’t mess wit me Arnie’ harness. Trust me, they only love you for your hardware. $42.95.  Originally designed for ski patrol and mountain rescue use, this “one size fits all” radio harness will instantly adjust to hold any radio snugly to your chest without the use of multiple velcro straps or buckles found on lesser quality…

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Gadgets May 23, 2005 posted by

World Clock.

WorldClock.2002.  Simulates the Earth’s rotation of 1 revolution every 24 hours and tells the time in 100 major cities worldwide…has a 20 inch (500mm) square face and comes self standing or wall mountable.

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Gadgets May 23, 2005 posted by

Tool time.

The Humvee Tactical Adventure Tool. Buy one and start searching for the Holy Grail, the Temple of Doom or your youthful good looks. $9.95.  Keep this handy tool tucked away in your glove box, backpack, or tool box, just in case. You get a liquid filled floating dial compass so you can always tell how to get where you need to be, a detachable magnifying glass, safety mirror, and breakaway neck cord. Store some medicine and matches in the dry…

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Gadgets May 20, 2005 posted by

Doodle dandy.

The Ferret has absolutely no idea what a Doodle Card is or does. But to be honest, who cares? It’s made of Sterling Silver, comes with a leather pouch and looks like it could be fun at dinner parties or similar moments of boredom. £35.00.

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Gadgets May 20, 2005 posted by

Ice clock.

The Ice Sensor Clock. £24.99 ($46.73). Decidedly dodgy tech. Sweeping hands eventually make for lots of debris.  Cool looking white clock with an unusual querk…sweep your hand across the face & the readout changes from date.. to temperature..then back to time. It”s magic!

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Gadgets May 19, 2005 posted by


The Armor 3600 PDA case says tough. It growls waterproof. It screams crushproof. It whispers $99.95. Plus fluorescent yellow, no less.  easily use PDA through recessed, clear plastic screen portals for printer, GPS, other cable connections waterproof, dustproof & airtight   secure stylus holder on outside of 3600 adjustable Velcro hand strap – easy to use with gloves unconditional lifetime guarantee

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Gadgets May 19, 2005 posted by

Bali Hai GPS.

The Haicom HI-305N. ‘Tis a GPS receiver, squire. With Compact Flash and mini-1394 interfaces. The clever bit though, is the side loading SD slot. To hold the mapping software for your PDA, see?  After the proper driver installed, with the SD memory card inserted, as soon as user plug the Compact Flash interface, there will be a folder created from host device. Beside using it as a complete GPS solution, HI-305N can also be a SD card reader in CF interface. One…

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Gadgets May 19, 2005 posted by

MoMA world clock.

The MoMA World Clock. Simple, elegant, effective. $74.00.  This barrel-shaped desk clock has 12 sides, each with the name of two major cities. Altogether, the 24 cities represent the 24 Global Time Zones. To find the local time in another time zone, simply roll the clock so the city representing that time zone is on top.

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Gadgets May 19, 2005 posted by

LED for tea.

The LED Tealight from Kikkerland. Romance at the touch of a button. Looks real from here though, doesn’t it? About $28.00.

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