Monthly Archives: March 2008

Buckle Up Key Management System


The Buckle Key takes the ‘buckle up’ habit we’re all so familiar with in the car and applies it to the key management system. Attached to the wall is the female buckle part of the system. Attached to your keys is the male buckle. When you arrive home you simply...

Polaroid Gets Into Kids Photography


So Polaroid gets out of the instant pic biz and goes kid photo friendly, WTF? The Pixie cameras capture 3-megapixel photos (there’s also a video camera line), sport a 2.4″LCD, has a fixed focus lens and include games played via a directional pad and ‘a’ ‘b’ buttons. Notably, there’s also...

Sneak Booze Into the Game With These Binoculars


Similar to the Beer Belly and the Winerack, the Binocular Flask appears to be a regular pair of binoculars, but is in fact a flask in sheep’s clothing. Each eye piece unscrews to provide access to a separate compartment, ideal for carrying liquor and a chaser. Or you can head...

Sprint Launches HTC Shift


Neither cell phone or computer, the HTC Shift has arrived in the US and is available on Sprint’s network. It’s ship March 24th for $1,500. Features you ask: EVDO copmatible Windows Vista and Microsoft Origami 2.02 Push Email...

Door Jam Alarm System

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The Super Door Stop Alarm sounds a 125db alarm when pressure is applied to the foot pedal like device. Meaning the door would have to open onto it. On the converse, when the alarm is not turned on (total guess) it can act as a ‘door jam’. Available here for...

3-in-1 USB Memory Stick


What can I say, it’s just one of those days. The details on this product, the Cellink M, aren’t entirely clear, but from the looks of it, it doubles as a USB plug for compatible phones (not sure on the serial port) and can also be used as a USB...

Record Your Pet’s Nefarious All Day Activities


There isn’t alot of details about the Pets-Eye-View Camera, but the obvious is that it’s intended to record your dog’s, or cat’s activities. How much it can record is unknown, but my best guess is that the quality isn’t top notch and probably takes those damn AAA batteries I hate...

Jamming Figurines & A Kenwood Stereo System


This has to be one of the oddest stereo systems I’ve ever seen: The Bandai Little Jammer Meets Kenwood Pro. I’ll be honest, I’m not even sure you can play CDs on this thing, but for $570 you’d better be. What is it? It’s 6 ‘Little Jammers’ each perched on...

‘Don’t Cook Your Dog’ Temperature Alarm


One too many times I’ve seen dogs furiously panting away in the car on a hot summer day while their owner carelessly shops in air conditioned bliss. So if you’re of the forgetful, or just not aware of the temperature, do your dog a favor and get one of these....

Be James Bond With This Underwater Contraption


Oh how this reminds me of the days of watching the old James Bond movies – I’m talking Sean Connery, none of that Roger Moore crap. The Reef Rider Sea Scooter propels you forward under water at up 2.2 mph (boooo). But at about $200 it’s sure to provide your...

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