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Monthly Archives: September 2012

Bear Skin Picnic Blanket is All Sorts of Adorbs

Bear Skin Picnic Blanket

 

It doesn’t make sense to use a bear skin rug as a picnic blanket, but it makes all sorts of sense to use this bear skin picnic blanket. It has the typical red checkered pattern you’d find on most blankets with a marked difference: it’s shaped like a bear! A bear skin rug, actually, with the grinning face of an adorable bear.

The blanket is generously sized so your usual picnic party can fit right on it. Just pack it with a well-stocked picnic basket and you’ll be good to go.

The Bear Skin Picnic blanket retails for $49.99.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Incredible Things ]

Perfect for Road Trips: Inflatable Car Bed

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Road trips are fun, but long-distance trips will take a toll eventually because cars aren’t exactly made with comfort in mind. Cue the Inflatable Car Bed that transforms the entire row of seats into a comfortable sleeping area for one person. It makes most sense to have one of these if you’re driving a van or something with more rows of seats or space, because you can’t exactly fit more than one person on this thing comfortably.

It’s pretty compact when it’s folded, so you can just keep it in the trunk when you don’t need it. The bed is constructed from high-quality PVC with a soft surface, which makes it more than perfect for on-board snoozing.

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Faveable Lists Top Fitness Gadgets of 2014

Every alternate weekday, our friends at Faveable compile a list of awesome gadgets and gear that men would love to discover.

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Faveable has made a selection of cool fitness gadgets which may compliment well with your fitness regime. The list covers popular activity monitors, smart scales, health trackers, GPS sportswatch, gym earphones, and more. One of the item on their list is a smart fork that coaches you into healthier eating habits! Another popular inclusion is the Fitbit Aria, a smart weighing scale. It not only tracks your body weight but also gives body fat percentage and BMI numbers. It’s easy to set-up and can automatically recognize up to eight users. Check out rest of the picks in the article linked below.

Check out: 20 Clever Fitness Gadgets That Actually Work

Can’t Find It? Just Tag it With iFind

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People are forgetful by nature. Even those who normally aren’t have temporary lapses in memory work gets especially busy or if they happen to have a lot on their plate at the moment. Take a second to add up all the time that you’ve wasted looking for your wallet or keys or phone because you put it somewhere absentmindedly and forgot about it mere seconds later. Those are minutes or even hours of your time that you could’ve spent doing something else worthwhile or productive.

There are a number of tags in the market that claim to help you locate your stuff in a jiffy. But few are as hassle-free and easy-to-use as iFind. It’s different from the rest because it doesn’t need any batteries to run. Instead, it comes with a power bank that stores and recycles electromagnetic energy to keep working, day in and day out.

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RetroN 5 For Non-Stop Retro Gaming In One Console

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RetroN is back! It’s the ultimate gaming system for old-school gamers who still haven’t let go of their favorite games from various consoles of the past, including the NES, SNES, Genesis, Famicom, Game Boy Advance. This time around, we’ve got RetroN 5 which is named as such because it has not one, not two, not three, not four, but five cartridge slots! That’s one for each system it’s compatible with.

The RetroN 5 is built with a universal chipset, so it can it can play both PAL and NTSC cartridges with no problems. While the games it lets you play might be old, it’s anything but that as it comes with a Bluetooth wireless control with a range of up to 15 feet.

Get your retro gaming on for $139.99.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ TIWIB ]

Fund This: PocketScan Mobile Scanner For On-the-Go Scanning

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Most people turn to their phone camera when they need to get a copy of something when they’re out of the house. It doesn’t give the same results as a scanner would, obviously, but it gets the job done. However, you’ll be putting your camera away soon though because the PocketScan Mobile Scanner is here and it was made for one thing, and one thing only: to scan documents and pictures when you’re away from home or out of the office.

It’s sleek, it’s small, and it’s compatible with Windows and OSX computers and iOS tablets. PocketScan provides instant feedback while it’s scanning and can scan up to 400dpi. It also has optical character recognition (OCR) so you can extract text from documents so you can edit them later on a word processor.

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Uh, What? Washboard Will Mail You Quarters For Your Laundry

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The Internet is where you find all things absurd, kooky, and cool. Washboard is a little bit of everything, although its name doesn’t give much away. It’s basically a monthly subscription service of sorts where they’ll send you quarters which you’re supposed to use at the laundromat so you can do your laundry. It makes sense, considering most people have to scramble and look for change when they’ve got loads to wash.

The part that doesn’t though, are the rates. Under the $10 per month plan, Washboard will send you ten bucks’ worth of quarters for $15. For $20 in quarters, you’ll need to cough up $27. You don’t really get your money’s worth, that’s for sure. Washboard’s campaign was up and running but they had to pull the plug because their concept violated their payment processor’s terms of service.

So for now, I guess you’ll have to stick to change machines or get your quarters elsewhere.

VIA [ Laughing Squid ]

Paper Speaker is Feather-Light But Offers Heavyweight Sound

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Get ready for some sweet sounds the next time you step into a room and see this. No, that’s not a paper fan or some flimsy-looking decor. That’s actually the Phonon Kamome and it’s a speaker made from paper. It’s shaped in the form of a feather and the cool part is that it’s feather light too, weighing in at only 129 grams.

So how does it work? The Phonon Kamome uses micro vibrations technology between the paper to generate sound. It’s connected to an amplifier with an output connection, which you can use to hook the speaker up to your MP3 player or phone/

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These Pants Wirelessly Charge Your Nokia Lumia As You Walk

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The pants you’re looking at have an integrated 2,400mAh battery as well as a DC-50 Induction Charging Plate sewn right in. With this setup, your Nokia Lumia 930 phone will start charging as soon as you put it in your pocket, with no need to plug any wires or do anything. Granted, it also means your pants will need a charge from time to time, but if that means a longer battery life, we suppose we can live with it. “Created by British designer Adrien Sauvage in collaboration with Nokia for London Collections: ‘Modern Man’”, the pants will actually be available for pre-order on Amazon soon for £200 (approx. $350).

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[ Nokia ] VIA [ DamnGeeky ]