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Pivot Grip

Olloclip first hit the scene with their award-winning lens system for your smartphone, now the brand have presented the all-new Pivot Grip, a compact articulating grip optimized for mobile videography. It features a comfortable ergonomic design, passive stabilization (minimizing camera shake in video), and provides 225 of rotation to ensure proper positioning when shooting. You can connect a smartphone, a camera or a GoPro on the included universal clamp that is water resistant. With its unique hub design, Pivot lets you capture stunning video with confidence at any angle. 



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MOBIUS | IPHONE SOLAR POWERED CASE | Image

MOBIUS | IPHONE SOLAR POWERED CASE

Mobius, is case for iPhone 4 with a small solar panel that generates about 20 additional minutes of charge with 1 hour of sunshine, or 5 hours of phone calls with a full day charge. While adding a good size to the device, the case can be an excellent alternative for those who spend too much time away from home and away from power outlets, hikers, alpinists, campers, etc.....
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SKIN GUARD SET SERIES FOR IPHONE 4 | BY SGP | Image

SKIN GUARD SET SERIES FOR IPHONE 4 | BY SGP

These skin covers by SGP really add style to your iphone. The skin is a combination of eco-friendly decorative back cover skin and a front protection film. You can choose from a variety of styles ranging from leather, carbon, metal or wood look. The skins are made from premium materials making them feel and even smell like the real thing!...
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TILE APP

If you have an annoying habit of losing things, "Tile app" may be the solution to your problems. Tile app is a new tracking device, simply attach it to any object and find it from afar with a smartphone. Locate anything with Tile, laptops, wallets, keys, guitars, bikes, you name it. Just attach the Tile on to an object and locate it with the included app, it allows you to check how close you are to the missing item, within a 50 to 150-foot range. You can monitor up ...
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