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Npower Peg | Personal Energy Generator

Few things are more annoying than running out of battery when you e away from an energy point. Thinking of solving this problem, Tremont Electric created the nPower PEG, a personal power generator. The device was designed to be carried in a backpack or purse while you take a walk or run, capturing kinetic energy generated by your movements to charge portable gadgets like cell phones, cameras and mp3 players. A basic shake can make a difference, charging the battery of your phone long enough for you to make an important call.



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GORDYS CAMERA STRAPS | Image

GORDYS CAMERA STRAPS

Gordy´s Camera Straps is a family run business lead by Gordon Coale, they sell elegant and rugged handmade camera straps. They are made of California Latigo belt leather, insuring they are tough, flexible, and pliable, and giving them a natural luster that only improves with age and softens with use. Check out Gordy´s website for the full collection, he also makes custom orders. ...
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MOXIE | SHOWERHEAD & WIRELESS SPEAKER | Image

MOXIE | SHOWERHEAD & WIRELESS SPEAKER

Moxie is an innovative showerhead equipped with a waterproof wireless speaker that plays your favorite tunes via Bluetooth. The speaker features a magnetic design and snaps into place in the center of the showerhead, you can easily remove it and take it to your dressing room or other locations, such as swimming pools or beaches. The speaker provides up to seven hours of continuous play and can be recharged via an included USB cable. via...
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SMARTPHONE FILM SCANNER

Do you have old 35mm films lost in your attic? Maybe your father or grandfather has boxes full of lost memories. Well, now you can easily scan 35mm film directly to your smartphone! Simply slide any smartphone into the device, turn on the backlight, slip in your film and snap a pic of the negative. You can then use Lomo´s free app(iPhone, Android) to transform your image from a negative to a positive, you can also adjust it´s color and exposure before savi...
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