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Deal Of The Day: 10% Off On Clocky Alarm Clock

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Have trouble getting up in the morning? You should seriously consider Clocky, the Alarm That Runs Away. Put it on your night table and set your alarm as you normally do. But when the time comes, it wakes up and rolls right off, forcing you to get up to go turn it off.

Notoriously an anti-morning person? Not to worry, an alarm clock that won’t take snooze for an answer has arrived. Clocky not only pollutes the air with obnoxious snooze-resistant noise, but runs and jumps away from you in the process. Finally make that morning workout, be the first in the office or start the line at your local coffee cart—Clocky will make sure you rise and shine as planned.

– Runs away beeping on carpet or wood
– Jumps up to 3-feet high
– Projects a loud R2D2-like robotic sound
– Includes options to snooze once or disable snooze
– Allows you to turn off wheels & use like a conventional alarm clock
– Contains a flashing backlight indicator as it runs
– Packs an impressive battery life for up to a year of use without replacing batteries

It’s normally $39, but with today’s deal it’s $34.99.

The Varia™ Rearview Bike Radar Keeps Cyclists Safer From Getting Hit From Behind

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You’ve seen them: cyclists riding in the middle of the lane, as if they own the road. We can understand the desire to stay away from potentially dangerous curbside holes, but this practice can be dangerous when coupled with less-than-fully-attentive motorists. The Varia™ Rearview Bike Radar (by Garmin) alerts cyclists of an approaching vehicle as far as 150 meters away, allowing them to get a little closer to the edge of the road minimizing the chances of getting hit. The device also pairs with “compatible Edge cycling computers. The Edge computer or Varia head unit can then show multiple approaching vehicles and indicates the relative speed of approach and threat level.” It also pairs with Varia Smart Bike Lights which flash with increasing intensity as vehicles get closer, thus also alerting the drivers of the presence of a vulnerable cyclist on the road.

It’s a great system for cyclist safety, although you’ll have to pay a fairly hefty price for it. It’s £159.99, or about $249USD.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Gizmag ]

Brilliant: Shelfpack Is The Suitcase For Those Who, Well, Live Out Of Their Suitcase

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You know the type: they travel somewhere, and never really unpack. They just get stuff from their suitcase as they need it. There’s nothing wrong with that, really, but if you’re going to be that way, why not make your life just a tiny bit more comfortable? The ShelfPack is an awesome suitcase that features an integrated collapsible shelving system. With it you can keep your clothes more organized and easily accessible. Granted, if you’re the “living out of a suitcase” type, it’s likely because you’re too lazy to bother getting your stuff out in the first place, which means you’re also unlikely to bother using the Shelfpack’s features. But hey, maybe spending $350 on this suitcase will give you enough motivation to actually use it as intended.

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The Woof Washer 360 Helps You Get Your Dog Clean

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How hard is it to wash a dog? We really don’t know; sometimes you see videos of them seemingly loving the water, other times they run from it. Whatever the case is with your pooch, the Woof Washer 360 at least tries to make the task easier. It’s a hollow tube filled with holes that connects to your outdoors hose. You then somehow convince your dog to step through it and get washed from every angle. There is a soap attachment, which can be bypassed with a switch when the time comes to rinse.

It seems it might be easier to just convince your dog to be ok being in the tub, but maybe you prefer to do this sort of thing outdoors. Whatever the case, it’s $20 or $25, and comes in a small (40 inches circumference) or large (49 inches circumference) size.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Technabob ]

Wear What You Eat: Pepperoni Pizza Onesie

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Can’t get enough of pizza? You can do more than just eat it now, since these Pepperoni Pizza onesies actually exist. Yep, that’s right: you can now wear your all-time favorite food! While the onesie won’t make you full, you will get stares, double-takes, and the occasional drooling admirer every once in a while.

Too bad the fabric isn’t edible (and pizza-flavored) right? The Pepperoni Pizza onesie is available online for about ~$100.

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I Do: Doctor Who TARDIS Engagement Ring

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Would you say yes to this? This Doctor Who-inspired TARDIS engagement ring will make most girls happy (provided the right man is asking), but it’ll make Whovians over the moon with joy because it’s, well, a TARDIS ring. The double band is generously studded with diamonds, while the miniature TARDIS itself is covered in blue sapphires and even more diamonds.

The design, which was originally posted on Etsy, has since been sold, but fret not. You should be able to ask your jeweller to come up with an inspired design, if you want one.

VIA [ CNET ]

Bricasso Made From Legos Prints Lego Art

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You don’t have to be a fan of Lego to appreciate the awesomeness of the Bricasso. It’s an aptly-named printer that prints Lego mosaic art, and the coolest part is that it’s also built using Lego bricks. The Bricasso is the work of Jason Allemann who’s as good in coding as he is in building Lego-tastic works of art.

The Bricasso uses the Mindstorms EV3 to scan the images to be Lego-lized. It then picks up bricks which have been placed in a gravity feed system and “prints” them on a base plate.
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Deal Of The Day: 73% Off On Intocircuit 15000mAh Power Castle External Battery

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Never be without power again when you’ve got the Intocircuit 15000mAh Power Castle by your side. It’s a powerful external battery with a 15,000 mAh capacity so you can charge your smartphones and tablets several times over when they’re low on juice. The Power Castle features a brushed aluminum shell and an LCD display which shows you the percentage of charge it still has. The best part? It comes with two charging ports so you can charge two devices in one go.

It’s currently available at 73% off for $34.99. I’d say that’s a pretty good deal, so grab one (or two!) while you can.

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ThinkGeek’s Critical Hit d20 Mug

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There’s really not much to say beyond what you see in the picture, here. It’s a mug. It’s shaped like a 20-sided dice, which some of you may recognize as that D&D dice. It is dishwasher and microwave safe, and costs $13.

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[ Product Page ] VIA [ TheAwesomer ]