Paper LED Torch is a minimalistic flashlight

On July 12, 2013, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

Flashlights are useful devices, and if you’re in need of flashlight, you might be interested in this minimalistic flashlight.


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Geeky: Induction powered LED wedding ring

On July 11, 2013, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We love geeky devices, and if you have geeky significant other, you might be interested in today’s geeky ring.


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Water Dancing Speakers will colorize your room

On December 3, 2012, in Entertainment Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

We saw all sorts of speakers in the past, and speaking of which, today we have a special pair of speakers that will fill your room with sound and color.


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Remotely controlled Multicolor LIFX LED light bulb

On October 3, 2012, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

We know that LED bulbs are more energy efficient, however, if you’re tired from regular LED bulbs and you find them plain and boring, today we have a special LED bulb that you might find interesting.


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Geeky: Space Invaders LED lamp

On May 28, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

If you’re video game geek, today we have a special LED lamp inspired by one of the first video games in the world, therefore, if you fancy video games, this lamp will be perfect for your living room.


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Steampunk heels come with remote control and LED lights

On February 28, 2012, in Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

We get all sorts of geeky steampunk devices from time to time, and if you’re fan of steampunk, today we have some steampunk heels that you might like.

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The latest Owl 360 rear view camera is based on a very similar concept to those now often seen equipped in the back of cars for parking. The idea is simple, cyclists among us will be aware of the common issue of cars not seeing us when we’re on the road. Despite majority of drivers looking in their mirrors when they turn, there’s always the danger that we might fall into their blindspot. This is where the Owl 360 could come in handy, the latest gear consists of a small camera which is mounted underneath our seat and a 3.5″ TFT LCD monitor attached in the front to the handlebar.

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