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Nitecore T4K Flashlight

This is the world’s smallest 4000-Lumen flashlight. The Nitecore T4K packs an impressive 4,000 Lumens into a palm-sized keychain flashlight, this means it is bright enough to be considered blinding and small enough that you can connect it to your keychain for easier hauling. The compact device is capable of throwing a beam up to 600-feet to light up the darkest night, and features 5 lighting modes, an OLED display that shows battery life, user mode, and run-time, while an integrated 1000mAh battery provides 67 hours of back-up life.



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SAIDOKA | BY BLUELOUNGE

Saidoka is a new dock by BlueLounge. Most docking stations have a vertical design, the Saidoka features an innovative angle design making it easier to use your iPhone for texting, using apps or the calculator while it is docked and charging by your side. It features suction rails on the bottom to keep it in place whilst you dock and undock your phone. Available in black or white with Lightning Connector(iPhone5) or with 30-Pin Connector(iPhone 4/4s). wat...
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OLIVE PRO WIRELESS EARBUDS

Olive Union have introduced 2-in-1 hearing aids and earbuds that claim to amplify voices, and cut out noise. The Olive Pro look much like any other pair of conventional Bluetooth earbuds, but they also use artificial intelligence to isolate unwanted noises and enhance music, conversations, TV sound depending on the user’s specific hearing profile. They take just five minutes to set up and calibrate with the app. With voice detection and ANC powered by machine lear...
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ETCH Clock

The ETCH Clock is a new approach to showing time by exploiting a real 3D effect. This innovative piece was developed, designed and built by the worlds timekeeping masters that have their obvious headquarters in Switzerland. This clock is built using an elastic membrane as a plain canvas that, with its proprietary software and hardware, will carve in its surface the numbers corresponding to what time it is for 30 seconds and then return to its plain shape. The alumin...
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