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Crush Light Solar Powered Lantern

Crush Light by Goal Zero is a collapsible and affordable solar lantern that you can easily carry in your pack on your adventures. The lightweight companion provides incredible utility around camp, it not only features a built-in solar panel to recharge its internal battery, it features three light settings and a flickering candle mode that allows it to mimic the traditional portable lamp. Simply leave it in camp, clip it on your backpack, or place it anywhere that the sun can shine to charge it, or use the own micro USB cable for days of uncooperative weather. watch the video below



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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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JAYBIRD SPORTSBAND 2 HEADPHONES

JayBird recently launched its new SB2 Sportsband Bluetooth headphones with a design that takes cues from the 80s while maintaining a sleek modern edge. These headphones have controls on them to change tracks on the device, they are offered in a number of colors to suit the style of men and women....
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IPEN 2 | IMAC STYLUS

iPen 2 is a stylus that lets you write directly on your iMac screen! iPen 2 turns your non-touch Apple Display into pen display and is compatible with every application in Mac OS and Windows. Depending on how you use it the device can be a stylus or a mouse control. Watch the video...
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