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Robot Headphone Splitter

This is a very cool acessory for when travelling with your girlfriend, when the time comes to watch a movie, or hear some music together, just pull out your little robot friend. It´s compatible with all the standard divices with a 3.5mm headphone socket, just plug your headphones in the eyes of the robot. Also has a keychain included.Via Swissmiss.



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PRIZM INTELLIGENT MUSIC PLAYER | Image

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