Watches that fulfill that Dick Tracy Fantasy

Dick Tracy

It’s Watch day here at Coolest Gadgets and for stocking stuffers, you just can’t beat these two beauties:
First, comic boon detective fans can get half their Dick Tracy fantasy with the Touchscreen Cell Phone Wristwatch. This unlocked GSM cell phone uses any sim card from an iPhone or from a GSM Cell Phone from AT&T/Cingular or T-Mobile. It makes standard cell phone calls (you dial by pulling the tiny included stylus from the side of the watch and tapping the numbers on the screen ) and will also receive.

Cellphone watch

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The ISIS – Most Difficult Puzzle EVER?

sw700sil_pip.jpgEveryone has a “puzzle master” on their holiday gift list. They’re the ones who loved the Rubik’s Cube, is a wizard at Sudoku and mere 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles are a yawn.

This year, give them the ultimate puzzle gift. Sharper Image is selling The ISIS puzzle globe and is touting it as the “the most difficult puzzle ever.”

Each ISIS is unique, with just one solution. The puzzle is a gleaming orb, handcrafted in England of a premier alloy of aluminum and constructed of precisely engineered, movable bands. Each band is etched with hieroglyphics and the challenge is to position those bands in the right combination to unlock the ISIS. Each individual ISIS is etched with two unique 10-digit numbers, one visible on the outside, the other hidden on the inside, only uncovered when you solve the globe puzzle.

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Superyacht looks like it belongs to International Rescue

Focus 21 France

Could it be Thunderbird 7? Well no, but it sure does look like Brains consulted on it’s design. It’s the Focus 21 from France and it can not only sail the seven seas, it can fly over them as well. The Yacht’s design is one of a giant wing with engines – a flying wing for the water.

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Christmas Trees go wireless

Wireless Christmas Tree

If you’re going to lay out $400 for a Christmas tree this year, why not buy a tree with LED lights that can light wirelessly? It’s an exciting technology. Nearly a hundred years ago, Nikola Tesla envisoned a world where power could be broadcasted all around the world. And now, coupling low power LED technology with RF frequency technology is bringing a smaller scale version of that vision to the holidays.

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