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Wokit Carabiner Multi-tool

If youŽre a regular cyclist or bike commuter, youŽll know the importance of traveling light, you require tools that are slim and small, easy to carry. Enter the WOKit, a compact and effective carabiner multi-tool that allows cycling travelers faced with disassembling wheel sets, handle stems, and saddles all fit right on their belt loop. WOKit features 18 commonly used tools, and its patented design securely locks the wrench to the carabiner body, allowing it to be used as an extended handle. watch the video



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CREATIVE SOUND BLASTER FREE

New from Creative is the good-looking Sound Blaster Free, a multifunction portable Bluetooth speaker. The sleek device features a Splash Proof design and blasts incredibly great 360-degree sound with deep bass. Other notable features include the LOUD button to boost the volume and spaciousness of your music, a built-in MP3 player with capacity support up to 32 GB, and a cool 10 hours of music delivery. Learn more from Creative or purchase now from Amazon ...
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OBI WORLDPHONE

Obi Worldphone is a new project by former Apple CEO John Sculley and former Apple Industrial Design lead Robert Brunne. The new startup is hoping to shake up the affordable Android market with two beautiful devices, the SF1 ($199) and the SJ1.5 ($129), both combine stylish designs and decent specifications. The SF1 boasts a 5-inch display(1920x1080), a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expandable storage, a high-end Sony 13MP camera, Dolb...
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APPLE TV REMOTE STAND

If you own an Apple TV, you surely know how easy it is to lose track of the tiny remote. With this in mind, the guys over at Studio Neat thought: "If you always have a spot for it, maybe you won’t lose it”, so they created a simple "home base" for the remote, so you always know where to find it. The little walnut stand stays in place with a micro-suction pad that holds firm to any flat surface, without leaving a gooey residue when you remove it. It’s pretty nifty....
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