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Gizmon | Turn Your Iphone Into A Classic Camera

Gizmon developed a case for the iPhone with the design of a rangefinder camera. And the thing is so well designed that you may believe that is true. As with classic cameras, the shutter release is done by a button on the upper side of the camera just like the classic cameras, and you can add to the toy small macro or fisheye lenses that will increase the power of the zoom or wide angle. Watch the video



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Pearl RearVision

Pearl RearVision is a new aftermarket add on that you can get for your car to boost up your parking skills. If you´re really into your car and just get depressed whenever you scratch it or get a bump on the fender, then this device is just for you. It features two HD cameras that let you check the back of your car with full details and with different angles to keep everything in check. You can mount it yourself, easily, and then it´s just a question of pairing up wi...
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Meters OV-1 Headphones

Meters OV-1 Headphones are a new and awesome pair of headphones made by the guys at Ashdown Engineering, one of the world’s leading experts on bass amplification, so you can imagine sound quality is assured. This sleek model has an high-quality finish, with a lightweight machined metal alloy frame and premium leather for extra comfort. Technically they’re equipped with an Active Automatic Noise Cancelling System that enhance sound performance even in the noisiest en...
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Hi-Lift Jack

Next time you hit the trail, make sure you have a Hi-Lift Jack with you, a must have for any off-road adventurer. For less than $100, this basic tool can free you from the stickiest situations. Made of cast and steel components, the simple device is designed to lift a trapped vehicle from a boggy situation. Simply plant the jack under your vehicle, place the foot of the jack under a secure anchor point on your bumper or rock sliders, and then, using the ...
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