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Nokia 3310

The Nokia 3310 is back! The iconic phone lives again in color and with a month’s worth of battery life. Hoping to prove that things like affordable tech never go out of style, Nokia brings back an old favorite. The nostalgic model was called "the brick phone” because it was strong, sturdy and dependable, and it now returns with a serious revamp, an updated user interface, single and dual SIM variants, 2.4-inch color display, a 2 MP camera, a whopping 22 hours of talk time and a up to a month of standby time, 16MB of storage with microSD expansion, and a built-in FM radio and MP3 player. It also includes of course "snake”, the best phone game ever. watch the video below



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Brook & Hunter Mo-Tool

Whether you´re out camping, hunting, fishing, surviving, or just in a general need of a lot of tools, these cool multi-tools by Brook & Hunter will come in handy. This premium all-in-one multi-tool is available in two styles, the Mo-Tool Axe or the Mo-Tool Hammer, both come with a stylish hand crafted red oak wooden handle of the highest quality, and include tools such as screwdrivers, blades, knives, can opener, wire cutter, pliers, file, wrench, and a belt pou...
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PLAYER

Do you know how to scratch a guitar? Would you like to quickly play the tune that you´re always humming around? If that´s the case you might want to check out Player from Jamn. Choose a song from your library, open up player, in the app, and, as the song plays, you can see the chords and keys that are playing in realtime, allowing you to quickly visualize it as a guitar, or a keyboard. Hear music like the musicians do, seeing the melodies that are being executed. De...
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AER GoPro Wings

No more need for an expensive drone, with AER you can throw your GoPro to capture sweet aerial shots. Simply snap your GoPro into this Nerf-style football, slide on the wings, screw it shut, and throw it hurdling through the air toward your subject to capture a unique aerial perspective. AER serves as a protective vessel, when it lands there’s no risk of the lens or housing getting scratched up. The whole device is buoyant, so a water landing is no problem, and it´s...
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