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Blackout Buddy H2o

The Blackout Buddy H2O by Eton, is a water-activated, emergency light, no batteries required! All you need to do is add a small cup of water to activate the battery module and light the way continuously for up to 72 hours! when it starts to dim, simply add more water. The eco-friendly, lightweight, and compact device is only about the size of a cigarette lighter and easy to stash in your backpack.

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QWERKYWRITER

QuerkyWriter aims to transport us to another time, where typing was a real pleasant and more physical activity. QuerkyWriter wants to bring back those days, because were spending so much time on our digital devices, it provides users a different experience, featuring vintage inspired key caps, with a concave surface and touch type support, so they fit your fingers perfectly and the typing experience and inherent touch is a treat to your fingertips. With an aluminum...
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Blockhead Side-Facing Plug

All Apple fiends have to acknowledge that every once in a while there are some features on Apple devices that become annoying and we start to wonder: "Did they really think this through?in this case its something that MacBook users sometimes complain about: why are the Apple chargers so bulky? Especially when you have to micromanage your home or office space and layout. So, in order to get your Apple laptop charging and not getting the charger sticking out of you...
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LG RETRO CLASSIC TV

New product with old technology. The Retro Classic TV has a 14 inch display, an antenna and chrome legs. However, it has a digital tuner, video input and remote control. So it is not quite ancient. You can still change the image from color and black and white, just for fun. So far this TV is only available in Korea and costs $220. But perhaps LG resolve to bring this retro TV to other places on the planet....
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