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Clockone

ClockONE is a 4mm thin digital clock powered by a tiny watch battery. Developed by Twelve24, the minimal wall clock uses electronic ink technology(same used on kindle paper displays), giving it great contrast and very wide viewing angles even from far away. It also has incredible battery life, it requires very little power, being able to run on a single CR2450 button battery for a full year! The beautiful and remarkably light clock can be attached to a wall via a magnetic mount, or simply placed and admired on top of a piece of furniture. Available in a variety of color options. watch the video



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Twelve24 ClockONE Story from Twelve24 on Vimeo.



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BOSAVI HEADLAMP

The Bosavi Headlamp is another Kickstarter success story. The versatile Bosavi can be used as a headlamp, a bike light or a useful lantern(using the packaging that can be folded in origami style). The blindingly bright, lightweight, ultra-compact headlamp features a Lithium polymer battery that can be charged from almost any power supply (solar, kinetic, USB)....
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SNAP PRO

Snap Pro is a must have for the new-age mobile photographers, a new case for the iPhone that makes snapping professional pictures easier than ever before. The sleek case brings the best features of a traditional camera back to your phone, equipping it with an actual shutter button, an interchangeable lens system, ergonomic grips, and making it compatible with most tripods. It works directly with the native iPhone Camera App, no cables, no pairing, no batteries or ad...
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NIKON CAMERA WITH BUILT-IN PROJECTOR

The coolpix S1100pj digital camera by Nikon has an amazing feature, it can project pictures and videos onto flat surfaces. With the incredible built-in projector you can share slide shows with music, or share HD movies by projecting them from the camera onto any flat surface. You can also connect the camera to a computer and project whatevers on the computers screen. Check ou the video on this postīs detail....
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