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KeepKey – Bitcoin Hardware Wallet

Protect your money from hackers and thieves with the KeepKey Bitcoin hardware wallet. You can consider it to be more like your own private Bitcoin vault. The device will work with the Bitcoin wallet software on your computer by taking over the management of the private key generation, private key storage and transaction signing. It then generates a Bitcoin private key by using a random number generator which is combined with the randomness provided by your computer. Once you generate your private key, you will receive a one time opportunity to write down a backup of your KeepKey that is available in the form of a twelve word recovery sentence. Since your KeepKey is PIN protected, it will be useless even if it falls under wrong hands. Your money stay safe and under a secure storage system.

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Slim Leather Motorcycle Mask

By using a marvelous combination of black granulated brown vintage calfskin or lambskin and a black felt lining, the Slim Leather Motorcycle Mask will make a stylish accessory for urban bike riders. There is an adjustable nose bridge shape made of stainless steel which will ensure you don’t face any problems in breathing while using it.

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Deal Of The Day: 47% Off On Makeblock Arduino Starter Robot Kit


With the emergence of small computing platforms like Arduino, the field of robotics is becoming increasingly approachable. But if you want to experiment, you have to start somewhere. The Makeblock Arduino Starter Robot Kit will help you get your head around fundamental concepts, while building a functional robot in the process.

Who said mastering electronics and programming can’t be fun? This kit will teach you about programming a microcontroller board to control physical objects using sensors. Follow the detailed, beginner-friendly instructions to construct your choice of a robot tank or three-wheeled robot car. Then take the skills absorbed in this project and apply them to anything you think up—from a game console to a home alarm system.

– Learn electronics, robotics & Arduino w/ beginner-friendly instructions
– Build a robot tank or a three-wheeled robot car
– Construct a solid machine w/ aluminum extrusion structure
– Easily wire w/ no soldering required
– Study Arduino programming w/ included guides
– Makeblock is an open-source arduino robot building platform with mechanical parts, electronic modules and software

There’s no better learning than hands-on learning, so we’re excited to see this kind of price drop. Instead of the usual $150, you’re being asked to pay $79.99 for the kit.


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Overengineered Growbox Lets Your Grow Your Own Weed At Home With Very Little Know-How


In 23 states where medical marijuana is legal, as well a the 4 where it’s simply legal, you can grow your own weed. Now, you could do this in many ways, from simply planting it in your garden, to creating a professional hydroponic setup. But both of these methods require some TLC from you, as well as a decent amount of know-how. It’s not like you couldn’t, you know, learn, but if you can’t be bothered, Leaf is for you. They call it a Plug-N-Plant device, which is kind of clever because well, it pretty much does everything for you.

The system will monitor everything that your plants need to grow, including light, ventilation, nutrient levels and pH of the soil.

The system will also react to these measurements, meaning that if it senses that your plants are low on nutrients it can dispense more, or if it needs more light it can automatically brighten the environment. Users can also control these variables manually, effectively creating their own grow “recipes.”

The 4′ by 2′ box can grow two plants, which will apparently yield between 4 to 5 ounces of weed. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well… that’s until you see the price: $1,499. That’s a lot of dollars for something you can do for a fraction of that cost, if only you take the time. But we suppose that’s what luxury is all about.

The company says that the machine will technically pay for itself after just a few months, as the “retail value” of 4-5 ounces (one growth cycle) is around $1,200.

Additionally, each grow will cost about $150 in nutrient cartridges and carbon filter refills. However, co-founder and CEO Yoni Ofir said that eventually the company hopes to drop the price of the actual device and generate its primary revenue from refills (à la Keurig).

Perhaps Leaf is then worth reconsidering when or if prices do drop, unless you’re the deep-pocketed early adopter type. If you are, you can reserve one with a $100 deposit, and shipping summer 2016.


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DeepCool’s New Case Looks Like That Star Wars Ship


It’s quite rare that we’ll discuss straight PC hardware on OhGizmo!, simply because there’s not a whole lot of actually interesting innovation in the field. It’s all about marginal increases in miniaturization, speed, or some other interesting-to-some-but-not-us metric. But DeepCool’s TriStellar S PC case, while not technically innovative, does stand out from the crop. For one, it looks like the Evil Emperor’s private shuttle from Return of the Jedi. And despite the creative chassis, functionality hasn’t been sacrificed:

It is split into three separate compartments that can accommodate mini-ITX motherboards, a 120 mm liquid cooler, full-length graphics cards and power supplies, an optical drive and two 3.5-inch drives.

The TriStellar S case is a limited edition model, with only 50 being sold worldwide. And it costs a whopping $599! That’s the budget some people put down on a whole PC build, but hey, when you’ve got the disposable income, luxuries can be afforded. That said, this particular case is almost identical to the TriStellar (no ‘S’), which is $399 itself; DeepCool simply added a window to see the garphics’ compartment, some lights, and Bill Owen’s signature on the side (with whom this was apparently co-designed). If you’re on the slightly more mature side of custom PC-building (because, let’s face it, you’re still considering the purchase of a PC case that looks like a Star Wars ship), you might want to save yourself the $200.


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3D Printed Modular Wine Rack is Ingenious In Its Versatility


We come across a lot of wine racks while sourcing content for OhGizmo! But we’ve rarely seen a product as ingenious as the GustaVino 3D printed modular wine rack. By using some clever hexagonal geometry, the modules are able to accommodate wine collections of varying sizes without leaving many empty spots as your numbers dwindle. The basic three-piece kit can handle between 1 and 4 bottles with just a little reconfiguration, for instance. And as your collection grows, you can simply add more hexagons; the modularity allows you to build out the overall rack in different ways, and let your imagination run wild.

You can purchase the digital file for £19, and print as much rack as you want at home. But if you don’t just happen to own a 3D printer, prices for pre-made modules start at £19 for a 3-piece kit, £39 for a 6-piece, and up to £137 for a 24-piece monster.


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iHere Key Finder and Selfie Remote

Do you lose your keys, car or phone? Find it in seconds with the iHere device. Simply attach iHere to the item that you wish to track and find it with the free iHere app. No more wasted time searching for your stuff. iHere can especially help you find your phone and car. Best yet, iHere is also a selfie remote. Just click on iHere to take a selfie or group photo any time and anywhere. No need to carry around a selfie stick.

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Deal Of The Day: 25% Off On Rolo Travel Bag


Traveling can be a hassle, so it makes sense to make every effort to remove as much friction from the process as possible. The Rolo Travel Bag is an innovative way to carry your belongings and keep them organized for easy retrieval.

Lost socks and wrinkled clothing may be a rite of passage for you, but why not throw some organization into your travel plans? Rolo makes it easy for even the messiest of us to travel like a pro with its separated mesh pockets and 360-degree hanging hook. Just open your bag, swing the hook around, and hang for easy access to everything you need.

“Pack whatever clothes you need and roll them up in the 16-inch by 6-inch Rolo Bag.” The New York Times

– Made of waterproof nylon
– Includes two large & two small mesh pockets
– Easy to roll up
– Acts as a portable wardrobe w/ included hanger
– Works as a shoulder bag or hooks on your backpack

The Rolo Travel Bag is a fun and useful way to complement your current assortment of bags and suitcases, and while it normally retails for $60, you can have it for $45 with today’s deal.


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Tiny Tesla Coil Can Play Music With Electric Sparks


Tesla coils are pretty awesome, but they tend to be big, unwieldy, and kind of difficult to seriously consider as a purchase. The Tiny Musical Tesla Coil however is only 6 inches tall when assembled, and can easily do its magic on a countertop. The best feature of this particular kit however is its ability to play music. With a USB cable and your laptop, you’ll be able to play MIDI tunes by controlling the pressure waves generated by the 4 inch sparks. Some assembly is necessary, so you’ll need at least some basic soldering knowledge, as well as access to a soldering iron, paint-on or spray-on varnish, and hand tools. It’s a single-resonant solid-state coil (SSTC Tesla Coil), which is great because it’s reliable and safe. You’ll be learning about alternating-current electricity in a very hands-on, and let’s face it, pretty cool manner. And you’ll only have to pay $229 for the privilege.


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