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Swing Blade Tools | By Vargo

The Swing Blade Tools are the new line of cutting edge tools by Vargo. Each versatile tool fits in a wallet and offers razor sharp precision cutting via a durable 420 HC stainless steel razor blade on a ultra light multi-function titanium base. Three styles are currently available, the Classic - comes with a large flathead screwdriver, a small flathead screwdriver, a keyring hole and a bottle opener, the Bolt - additionally offers 8, 10, and 13 mm Wrenches, and the  Clip - which includes a handy clip for carrying cash or for stowing in a convenient place. watch the video

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ECOXPOWER | CHARGE SMARTPHONE /GPS PEDALING | Image

ECOXPOWER | CHARGE SMARTPHONE /GPS PEDALING

Clever product by Ecoxgear, the Ecoxpower will assure youŽll never run out of power on your smartphone or GPS. The genius contraption will charge your smartphone or GPS while you pedal! The faster you go the faster your device charges! Ecoxpower is also a light that can be turned on/off from a handlebar mounted switch. It also includes a mounted water resistant touch screen case for your smartphone/GPS. YouŽll never run out of juice on your gadgets whilst cycling to...
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SEISMOMETER IPHONE APP

With this cool app by Yellowagents, you can measure everything that vibrates, shakes or moves. Seismometer uses your iPhones built in accelerometer to measure movements in two axes, calculate the resulting energy and draw the results on a rolling logarithmic scale. Apparently this thing is so sensitive, it can even notice your heartbeats!...
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KODAK EKTRA SMARTPHONE

Kodak Ektra is an Android smartphone made for photographers, with a curved DSLR-like grip and a shutter button placed on the top of the device. It looks like a 1940s camera and is named after the company’s 1941 rangefinder. The name isn’t the only nostalgic element, the retro design of the device and the classic leather accessories really take you back in time. Since the phone is aimed directly at photographers, the photo features are what really stand out besides t...
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