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Master Lock Dialspeed Padlock

If numeric combinations arenīt your thing, meet the sleek and sturdy Dialspeed Padlock by Master Lock. Whilst traditional padlocks require a number combination on a physical dial, the Dialspeed operates with a series of arrows, not numbers, it focuses on directional combinations using a electronic directional interface. In case you forget the correct directions, the lock also has numbers and letters so you can set a name combination for example. Up to 3 codes can be programmed in, so the same lock can be used by different people. It includes a battery good enough for five years of life and a low battery indicator. No more memorizing numbers, but you still have to know your left from right. watch the video



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MOVIEPEG | IPHONE AND IPAD STANDS

MoviePeg is a simple, elegant and portable solution that holds your iPhone and iPad so you don have to. MoviePeg is great for watching movies and so much more; in the kitchen following recipes, with the guys watching sports, as a night-stand for your alarm clock, in the garage working through those how-to instructions, it even helps keeping the kids entertained and leaves your screen sticky fingerprint free....
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OSMO

Osmo is a new and exciting toy created by a group of ex-Google and Disney employees. The next-gen hardware gaming device turns physical objects into iPad games, it kind of works like an analog Kinect for your iPad, turning the table top in front of the iPad into a digital game board. You use use real-world objects such as tiles, puzzles, and pen sketches to interact with the iPad to solve quizzes and play games. You merge real with virtual, cool! Watch the video to ...
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LIGHT L16 CAMERA

Meet the Light L16 Camera, an insane 16-lens camera capable of taking DSLR quality photos that can fit in the palm of your hand. Each scene captured by the Light L16 Camera is shot by up to 10 of 16 individual 28mm, 70mm, and 150mm camera modules firing simultaneously. The individual shots are computationally fused to create an incredibly high-resolution, low-noise photograph, up to 52 megapixels in size. The crazy camera can shoot as wide as 28mm, and up to 150mm f...
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