TIX LED Clock now in the UK

by Al

I remember reporting on this cool clock last month but with me being based in the UK I could only get one by importing it from the States (ThinkGeek to be precise). I was pleased to find today that it is now being stocked and sold over here by Firebox so my credit card is out and I’ll report back here if it’s as cool as the pictures look.

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Pumpkin Carving Kit

by Al

Pumpkin Carving Kit

This may not be anything new to our friends across the pond but in the UK when it comes to pumpkin carving we normally just use a marker pen and the sharpest knife we’re allowed to use from the kitchen. This means that the majority of our carved pumpkins are pretty amateurish compared to those you see on the teen horror movies. However thanks to the Pumpkin Carving Kit things …

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Wireless G 10x Optical Zoom Internet Camera (DCS-6620G)

by Keith

D-Link Wireless Internet Camera

As one of the leading provider of wired and wireless IP (Internet Protocol) Cameras, D-Link once again introduces another new member of the SECURICAM Network family of the Internet Cameras: the DCS-6620G. Featuring Wireless G capability (802.11g wireless connectivity) with 10x optical zoom lens, this Internet camera also features dual codec support, built-in microphone, and low light-sensitivity. With its small size, it sits easily undetected in a corner. This device …

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Illuminated Sinks *Confused*

by Al

Illuminated Sink

As gadgets go many are pretty pointless but still fun and useful in some kind of quirky way. I’m struggling to find a use (beside the obvious) of these sinks that light up, some may say they look cool whilst I’m not so sure I’d class an LED illuminated sink as cool.

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Diablo Sandwich Toaster

by Anita

toaster

Who doesn’t enjoy a nice toaster sandwich? But, usually you have to get out the skillet, heat the pan, and then cook the sandwich. Wouldn’t it be nice to find a sandwich maker that will make it all very simple, and not be one of those big and bulky types? Well with the Diablo Sandwich Toaster you will be able to enjoy all kinds of toaster sandwiches in just minutes …

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Garden speakers

by Marc

Rock speaker

I’ve been to quite a few barbeques this summer and invariably the music is provided by leaving the stereo on and opening the doors to let the sound outside. Which is OK, as long as the food isn’t 100 yards away at the bottom of the garden; this tends to lead to a very loud stereo and some very annoyed neighbours! Obviously someone else came across the same problem, and …

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Connected Kitchen

by Marc

IceBox flipscreen

Some very cool, if ultimately doomed to failure stuff here from Salton inc. First, the Icebox. This one I do rather like. It’s a TV/DVD player/net browser/video monitor/radio for the kitchen with an integrated touchscreen. There is a choice of form factors – the iMac clone looks cute but I’m particularly fond of the foldaway under the counter “fliptop” model. They also include a washable keyboard and mouse – it’s …

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SiliconeZone Bakeware

by Anita

bakeware

If you are looking for the perfect bakeware for today’s modern kitchen then look no further than SiliconeZone Bakeware. These are the newest most modern kitchen baking accessories around that are so simple to use that you will just love them. The SiliconeZone Bakeware will be the best gift ever to the busy mom that loves cooking but never seems to have the time. They are lightweight, non-stick, rust proof, …

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