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Nomadclip

NomadClip is the new Nomad product, itīs an USB cable thatīs been fitted into a carabiner, the world known metal loop with a spring metal on it and that has lots of possible uses...Nomad now has made a new one that you can use as a keychain, but also as a phone charger, through the USB port. You have two options, the micro USB on one end, for most Android or WindowsPhone devices, and the Apple lightning end. Itīs rugged and tough, and will make sure youīll always have an USB cable on you, to charge or sync your mobile device on the go.

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Available for purchase in Europe here




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PORTIKO | BY BLUELOUNGE

Portiko is another great solution developed by our friends over at Bluelounge. Portiko is a 6-foot extension cord with two 110V outlets and two USB ports, you can plug in two laptops an iPad and a phone at once, creating a perfect power hub for places such as airport lounges, shared workspaces, living areas or hotel rooms. The useful device also features a 45-degree angle plug that keeps other sockets accessible, and includes a self-adhesive metal plate that allows ...
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PENTAX K-S2

Pentax have announced the new Pentax K-S2, the new camera segment of K-50, which represents a leap forward in terms of technology and design. The Pentax K-S2 inherits some of the futuristic lines of the Pentax K-S1, but adds the much desired Wi-Fi connectivity, implemented for the first time on a Pentax camera. Despite the big leap, Pentax does not sacrifice the already expected protection from the elements which are a trademark of their products, producing a dust p...
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BEELINE

Beeline aims to make city cycling navigation a simple task. Developed by the London based design studio Map, its simplicity is what really stands out. Featuring a round plastic encased device, much like a regular compass, with a paper based LCD display that shows several features such as the direction you have to go (simply follow the rounded arrow on the display), speed, the remaining distance to get to your destination, and more. You control it with the included a...
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