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Crescent Switchblade Cutter

Crescent have recently released the ultimate DIY tool, a convenient multi-purpose cutter called SwitchBlade. The clever tool comes with 4 interchangeable tool heads and can be used to cut cardboard, plastic, vinyl, sheet metal, rope, wires, cables, carpet, shingles, and other types of materials. Simply pull out the two quick-change pins and choose the adequate blade to suit your cutting needs. The SwitchBlade set comes with a nylon tool pouch that keeps everything together.



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GYMWATCH

Do you like German built stuff? Check out the new Gymwatch, a successfully crowdfunded project. The name reveals what it does, itīs a fitness tracker that measures your physical activity, in a real precise way. Analyzing such things as initial strength, explosive strength or speed strength, it retrieves info on your free weight training, measuring repetitions and detecting incorrect postures to ensure optimal performance. Itīs also a cardio tracker making sure youīr...
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ROLIO | BY BLUELOUNGE

New by Bluelounge is Rolio, a wall dock and cable management, rolled into one. Rolio keeps your cable neat and organized, the cord wraps around the wheel and when attached to a power adaptor, doubles into a super-portable wall dock. watch the video...
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BIOLITE BASECAMP STOVE

Remember the innovative BioLite Camp Stove, a portable stove that uses nothing but the sticks and twigs around you to cook meals and charge gadgets? Well, the same team behind the innovative project have recently developed a larger version, the BioLite BaseCamp Stove, a cooking and charging device for groups. The portable cooker is also powered by burning wood, and converts heat from your fire into useable electricity via a thermoelectric generator. You can then use...
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