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The Bobber | Gopro Floating Hand Grip

Last week we featured the "GoPole Reach”, a telescoping extension pole that allows you to capture unique angles of yourself in action. "The Bobber”, by the same brand, is a great little floating accessory that saves your beloved GoPro camera from sinking to the bottom of the ocean. It also doubles as a hand grip and includes a handy wrist strap.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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SOLAR POWERED WIRELESS SPEAKER | Image

SOLAR POWERED WIRELESS SPEAKER

The Eton Rukus Solar is a wireless portable Bluetooth speaker that plays music from any Bluetooth-enabled device. The speaker features a high efficiency solar panel allowing you to play music all day long from two 14-watt stereo speakers. The self-powered sound system provides up to eight hours of power after a six-hour charge in sunlight. It´s lightweight and has an integrated handle making it easy to carry, it also features a USB output for charging most smart pho...
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TUBECORE DUO

Funded by a very successful kickstarter campaign, the DUO intelligent home audio system by TubeCore is now available for purchase. DUO is dubbed as the only tube-powered bluetooth speaker, that’s WiFi enabled, it features an onboard computer enabling an entire world of media possibilities, it can stream anything and connects to everything(equipped with analog phono and line level inputs, hdmi and 2 usb ports). The vintage looking DUO is the modern audiophile’s dream...
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SUPER SECRET SPY LENS

This is a realy good idea, perfect for capturing the camera-shy, kids, and street photography. Meant to fit the end of your SLRs zoom lens, this lens has a secret cut-out on the side and a precision mirror assembly inside. In short, you can shoot left, right, up, or down (it swivels 360 degrees), all while appearing to shoot straight ahead....
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