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Horn Bike | Iphone 4 Bicycle Amplifier

The format recalls the old gramophones, but the invention is ultramodern. Created the Thai company Bone Collection, the Horn Bike is a eco-friendly silicone bicycle amplifier, in addition to holding the device it amplifies sound (with no external power source required). Horn Bike comes with a strap and fits all bicycles, made of silicone, it is shock and scratch proof. Plus, it amplifies the sound by up to 13 db! Also check out the very cool Horn stand.



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IPHONE SKATEBACKS

The popular Skateback covers by Grove are now available for the iPhone 5. Grove teamed up with MapleXO to produce the stylish Skatebacks, they are made from 100% post-industrial skate board material and cover the back of your phone. They are available in 3 color schemes and no two covers are exactly alike!  Available for iPhone 5 or 4/4s Check out the Sk8 Shades, also made from recycled skateboards ...
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Star Wars POWERbot Vacuums

You can now use the force to clean your house with the Star Wars POWERbot vacuums by Samsung. The tech giants have released a limited edition of their popular robot vacuum cleaner inspired by the Dark Side, there are two models to choose from, one that looks like Darth Vaderís mask and another that resembles a Stormtrooper. Both vacuums feature a suction power capacity of 10 watts and a 290mm-wide brush, plus sensor technology which allows the vacuum to map out the ...
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AUDIOBULB | WIRELESS SPEAKER LIGHT BULB

There is no stopping technology and imagination, the latest mind-boggling product we found are these wireless speaker light bulbs. Appropriately named AudioBulb, the revolutionary device allows you to use up to eight light bulbs as speakers, connected wirelessly to your iPhone/iPod or any other auxiliary input. You can also dim the lights from your iPhone, all this avoiding holes in the wall for running wires through! source...
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