Ditch your purse for a pair of Double Agent Shoes

by Caitlyn - on January 30, 2015

If you’re the type who enjoys donning a dress and heels for a night out on the town, you know a purse is likely going to go with you. Not wearing pants means no pants pockets, and no place to put your phone, wallet, keys, gum, or anything else you might need to carry. If you wish you didn’t have to lug a bag around, then why not make a part of your outfit a little more functional?

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The Heated Hat stops noggins from going numb

by Caitlyn - on January 30, 2015

Heated Hat

When it’s bitterly cold outside, your internal temperature is not enough to keep you warm. You can put on layers of long sleeves and fleece-lined leggings, but if you’re out for long the cold will eventually start to seep in. If you have trouble staying warm at all times of the year rather than just winter, you’ll have to double your efforts.

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Clap Or Tap Block Clock – either way, it will be silenced

by Edwin - on January 30, 2015

clap-tap-block-clockGetting enough sleep is one thing – but to be able to wake up in the morning is another, especially when you have not obtained the right amount of sleep in the night before, hence leaving you with extremely heavy eyelids that are reluctant to open up the next day. Well, the right kind of alarm clock – one that gives out an almighty din would definitely be worth checking out, and even more so if it is difficult to shut off. We have seen some cool alarm clocks in the past, and this time around, here is the $79.95 Clap Or Tap Block Clock.

Specially disguised to resemble that of a simple block of wood, this is a cordless digital clock which will show off the time whenever you activate it. How does the Clap Or Tap Block Clock get activated? The answers are in the name itself – you can rely on touch, or to clap your hands, which would result in sound. This is perfect for those who find that the constant glare of an ordinary clock could prove to be a stumbling block when it comes to sleep, while the wood cuboid’s innocuous exterior would be able to conceal its true purpose nicely. Time is shown in large, easy-to-read blue LED numerals, and you can set it to alternate between the time, date, and room temperature, or simply to show off the current time only. There are three separate alarms and the all important snooze function to boot.

Retro Nintendo Famicom Battery & Card Reader delivers nostalgia to your desk

by Edwin - on January 30, 2015

retro-famicom-nintendo-controller-battery-pack-card-readerWe live in a world where there are any different kinds of memory cards in play, and it can be pretty difficult trying to keep track of what is stored where. A memory card reader would definitely come in handy where accessing various kinds of memory cards on your computer is concerned, and instead of taking the road well traveled, why not try something different – something that will be able to kickstart a conversation even with strangers while you work? I am referring to the $112 Retro Nintendo Famicom Battery & Card Reader, and the name itself pretty much says it all.

After all, those who grew up in the era of 8-bit gaming would be familiar with Nintendo’s Famicom, which is also marketed in the US as the Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES for short. The latter has a grey design with red buttons, while the Famicom over in Japan has a gold shade with red livery. This Battery & Card Reader will come in the Famicom controller design, where it packs in a 3,600mAh battery that comes in handy to charge up power hungry devices, as well as is capable of reading a microSD memory card. Each purchase comes with a strap so that you can attach it somewhere in a jiffy.

The Blade offers security for your laptop and tablet in public areas

by Edwin - on January 30, 2015

blade-security-lockNotebooks (or laptops) as well as tablets are pretty much devices that one is unable to live without in this day and age. After all, these are useful when it comes to being productive while one is on the road, but you know what they say – there is always the risk of the notebook or tablet getting stolen, especially when you are out in a public space or area. After all, the world is not what it used to be, and honesty is starting to run low in social circles. Having that kind of fear playing at the back of one’s mind is not too healthy actually, so what kind of preventative measures can you take? Of course, not purchasing a notebook or tablet in the first place is one of them, but it would not make much sense if either are essential to your livelihood. To not bring them out? No go, too. Why not get a notebook lock? Sounds good, but you might as well go the whole nine yards with The Blade, which happens to be a revolutionary universal laptop and tablet lock.

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Motrr Galileo Bluetooth helps you shoot better images and video

by Edwin - on January 30, 2015

motrr-iphone6I am quite sure that iPhone owners would tell you that they find their smartphone to be an indispensable part of their life – whether one is a soccer mom or a busy executive, the iPhone will still be the “lifeline” to the rest of their world. Having said that, the camera sensor within the iPhone has improved over the years to deliver more than decent photos as well as videos of the precious moments in your life, but surely there are accessories out there which will be able to augment your video recording experience, correct? Enter Motrr, a company that delivers high design robotics to everyday life, with their brand new mount for the iPhone 6 which is simply known as Galileo.

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The World Clock shows the past, present, and future happening simultaneously

by Caitlyn - on January 29, 2015

Moma World Clock

Time is a major point of interest for us. We have meetings and gatherings to attend, and that keeps us on a strict schedule. Of course, the entire world does not run on the same time as you. Some places are many hours ahead or behind, and should you work internationally it’s part of your job to keep track of who is where and when. While your phone has a world clock that you can open, it can take a while for you to find the exact time zone you’re looking for.

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Sleev will protect your wires by shrink-wrapping them

by Caitlyn - on January 29, 2015

Continue reading » Sleev Our charging cables are very important to us. They let precious electricity flow into our smartphones, letting us continue mindlessly staring open-mouthed at social media and mobile game for hours on end. Of course, our phones don’t have the longest lifespan ever, so most of the time we have to take our cables with us to plug into a computer, backup battery, or wall outlet. The constant winding, unwinding, and being stuffed into bags is going to put strain on the integrity of the cable over time. Sleev will protect your wires by shrink-wrapping them

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