I know that many of us are looking forward to 007’s latest adventure later at the end of this year, where it is known as Skyfall. Assuming you love all things that have to do with the world of espionage and mystery, then you would be pleased to hear that Brookstone has announced their latest addition to their collection of gizmos, the Rover 2.0 App-Controlled Spy Tank. From the name itself, you can tell that this will be a successor to its previous iteration, so let us take a closer look and see just what it is capable of offering right after the jump, shall we not?
Sure, we’ve introduced you to all kinds of water toys, slides and pools, jet boats and water bikes. There really does seem to be an endless supply of water related gadgets and gizmos, but every now and then you come across the quintessential water amusement, the thing that makes all else pale in comparison, and that my friends, is what I found for you today.
Behold the Wibit Sports Park 60, simply looking at it is enough to make you smile. The Sports Park is best described as a floating water playground, complete with a climbing tower, trampolines, a swing, a catapult and an obstacle track including a high jump, just for you and about 59 of your closest friends. The Wibit system is modular, and designed specifically so that they can be connected to other Wibit products using connector straps and anchor plates, making it easy to customize the super fun zone of your dreams.
I know that the Dutch have crashed out of Euro 2012 just a couple of days ago, once again a team of extremely talented players undermined by alleged infighting and an overall lack of unity. Well, you need not be a rolling Dutchman to enjoy this pair of $699.95 Electric Skates, as I am quite … Read more
I used to love building models as a kid, they were fun to make and I was proud of them when they were finished. I can’t get my kid interested in building things like that, because as she puts it “they don’t do anything” ah to be a child in the electronics age…
Well here’s an innovative solar science kit that hopefully will encourage children to exercise their often ignored creativity and imagination. This 7 in 1 kit comes with simple snap plastic parts, including solar panel and accessories (with no screws or tools required). The kit contains easy to assemble projects that are comprised of 7 different modules, including 2 power charging stations, and 5 different vehicles.
So you are about to get involved in a water balloon fight, and you are quite sure that your opponent is not going to play clean, hiding a Super Soaker behind the bushes to turn the tables on you right before you are about to deal the coup de grace. With the £14.99 Aqua Force … Read more
Everyone loves LEGO, I haven’t seen someone who hates these creative blocks that allows you to explore your constructive side. Well, ThinkGeek has something different for everyone this time around, thanks to the $9.99 Brick Brites that will actually light up like a disco ball, except for the fact that these will not come in … Read more