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Universal Socket

The Universal Socket is every handy-man’s must have, its a set of 54 individual hardened steel springs that retract automatically thus adjusting to whatever hex nut, bolt head, tension screw you’re working on, from 7 to 19mm. Kusonkey, the company that makes it, is so confident on this product they’ll even throw in the option of a 1 year return policy, no questions asked should you be unsatisfied with it. Compact, strong and easy to carry, get it now to upgrade your toolset.



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MOVI CAMERA

Movi, is a brand-new live event camera by the team of Livestream, it lets you edit video on the fly and stream live or share later. With the pocket-size camera and the companion app, you can share live events in real time with unprecedented production value and edit as you broadcast. Equipped with a 150-degree lens and 4K sensor, Movi lets you choose from nine different shots at various degrees of zoom, and using the app on your smartphone, you can pinch to zoom, dr...
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KODAK SP360 ACTION CAM

Kodak have entered the crowded action camera market with their recently presented Kodak PixPro SP360 Action Cam, a tiny device that shoots extreme wide angle and stands out from the crowd because of its ability to record 360º HD video without the need for multiple cameras. The SP360 captures amazing perspectives of your adventures trough the unique dome-shaped 360º lens at the front, and features a 16 Megapixel MO Sensor with 1080p video recording abilities. The rug...
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LYTRO ILLUM CAMERA

After the earlier Lytro Camera, equipped with technology that revolutionized digital cameras, Lytro is now back with the Illum; an innovative camera, again based on the light-field camera technology. The Illum is aimed at professional photographers and has an 8x optical zoom, maximum aperture of F/2.0 and can capture up to 1/4000 of a second. The innovation lies, however, in the light sensors and tight DSLR-like body, and as the original Lytro, the Illum m...
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