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Powerlight Mini

Powerlight Mini is a new product by Biolite, so you get their usual build quality and innovative solutions to put in practice outdoors. This ultraslim clippable lantern offers powerful light, with around 135 lumens of power, you also get a 4-way lighting mode, allowing you to choose from a regular yet dimmable white lantern, a light point for maximum visibility, a red night vision mode, ideal to set on your bike on your night commutes and a strobe effect, ideal for distress situations or a signaling effect. You can also use it as a charger because its 1350mAh USB rechargeable battery can boost up your smartphones’ battery up to 50%. Its a headlamp, lantern, and bikelight all in one highly compact form. watch the video below

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LEICA LOOK-ALIKE SKIN FOR IPHONE 4 | Image

LEICA LOOK-ALIKE SKIN FOR IPHONE 4

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BEATS PILL

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BAT | LEVITATING WIRELESS COMPUTER MOUSE | Image

BAT | LEVITATING WIRELESS COMPUTER MOUSE

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