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Philips Original Radio

Philips has launched a snazzy retro inspired radio and dock. The 1950´s inspired device is unusual among the sleek devices normally presented by the company...but we love it! The radio/dock might look like an old sound system, but it is packed with technology that ensures crystal-clear high and low tones, and a powerful bass. As well as receiving global radio stations, you can use the dock to play all your music from your iPod or iPhone. It will bring vintage glamour to any setting.



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IPHONE ALARM DOCK | BY ILUV

Stand the App station vertically or flip it horizontaly for landscape viewing; you choose. Download the iLuv app becomes a big display digital alarm clock with weather information for the iMM190 Multiple alarms to wake to your own favorite iPhone or iPod music....
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IHEALTH LITE SMART SCALE

iHealth Lite is an elegant and smart scale that automatically records your weight and BMI into the free iHealth MyVitals app. The sleek scale wirelessly connects to your smartphone and lets you create a personal weight goal and track your progress, you can also share your information with your doctor or fitness buddies. Unlike most standard scales, the slim iHealth scale can support up to 400 lbs, and its backlit display auto-adjusts the brightness based on how dim ...
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V360 ACTION CAMERA

V.360 is a new action camera that differs from rivals by offering 360º seamless HD video recording. The V.360 is packed with all the features you would expect from an action cam nowadays, it is waterproof, shock resistant, has a long battery life, etc… but what really sets is apart is the ability to capture up to 6480x1080 HD video in stunning 360° with a vertical angle of 45° up and 15° down. Other notable specs include GPS, barometer, altimeter, and accelero...
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