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Fix It Sticks

Fix It Sticks is the ultimate lightweight bicycle multi-tool, a modular dual T-handle tool that breaks down for easy packing and uses a permanently attached configuration of bits to meet your needs. Made from anodized aluminum, the multi-tool is extremely lightweight (only 55 grams) and gives you the proper angles and plenty of torque to get the job done when youre away from the home shop. Available in several configurations.

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Genius! ZNAPS is a tiny magnetic charging adapter for mobile devices, its a simple small idea with a great impact, it prevents frayed charging cables, tripping over cables, fiddling to plug in cable in the dark, water damage through charging outlet, and more! Simply plug the specialized micro-connector into your phone, place the included adapter on the Micro-USB/Lightning connector head and magnetically connect to start charging! With just one touch, you can instant...
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Leica Camera has announced the stunning new Leica Q, a full-frame, 24 megapixel digital camera with a fixed, 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens sporting ultra-fast auto focus and full macro capability. The robust digital shooter features a beautiful aluminum and magnesium alloy frame assembled with outstanding craftsmanship, and also features a 3" touchscreen LCD, built-in Wi-Fi and the Leica Q-App for easy sharing of pictures, and is capable of shooting Full HD 1080p/60 vide...
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This is a very innovative project, the ecological BioLite Camp Stove features a thermoelectric system, after starting the fire, part of the device transforms heat into electrical energy, which moves the internal fan. No batteries required, gasoline or any other energy source. The excess energy generated can be used through a USB port to charge your devices including smartphones, LED lights, GPS and many others. Genius and ecological. via GadgetReview...
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