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WalletM8 is a Tripod and Stand for Your Docs, Phone, Tablet, and Camera

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Nothing’s more of a hassle than having to pack up a whole bunch of accessories for your phone, tablet, camera, and all the other gadgets you’re bring on your trip or out-of-office assignment. Most of the time, what you need is a stand and a tripod for various media functions, like recording and streaming.

There are a number of stands-slash-tripods that are compatible with a range of devices, but few are probably as compact and versatile as the WalletM8. It’s a tripod and stand not only for most of your mobile gadgets, but also for your files and documents for when you want to view them upright. What makes it awesome is the fact that it’s the size of a credit card and is only 2 millimeters thick!

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For Bad-Ass Cyclists: Turbospoke Bicycle Exhaust System

Turbospoke

Cyclists are pretty bad-ass, considering the amount of pedaling they need to put in to get from one place to the other. An attachment of sorts that will add more bad-asserie to their bikes is the Turbospoke bicycle exhaust system. It was designed to look like a motorcycle exhaust and it even makes motor sounds as the cyclist pedals along.

Turbospoke’s set-up involves using waterproof cards that clap on the bike’s spokes every time the wheel turns. As a result, that distinct motor sound is produced, which is then amplified by the hollow exhaust tube.

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Deliciously In Order: Doughnut Earphone Organizer

Doughnut Headphone Organizer

No, this isn’t a bite-sized doughnut, although it’s easy to see how most people can mistake it for one. The Doughnut Earphone Organizer is, as its name implies, an organizer that you can use to keep your earbuds in order when you’re not using it.

I used to coil my earphones around my iPod when I was done listening to music and didn’t really see a need for an organizer. I’d end up having to replace my earbuds in a few months’ time though, because the added stress of just coiling them around eventually wore the wire down. So if you have to have an organizer, why not choose something as yummy and easy-to-use as this little doughnut right here?

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Do More Than Just Wear ‘Em: McWhinney Active Wedding Rings

McWhinney Active Wedding Rings

 

People spend thousands of dollars on wedding rings without considering the fact that they might be too tight or too loose a few years down the line. Then there’s the matter of wearing them and taking them off if your significant other chose a ring in a size that’s a little off. Cue Jeff McWhinney and his line of “active” wedding rings, which have a unique hinged mechanism that’s similar to the one on watch straps.

That way, the rings are easy to remove when you’re about to play some sports, wash dishes, or do something where rings typically get in the way. The CNC-machined rings are available in six designs and in a wide range of sizes. Prices start at $825.

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Backpacker Phone Case is a Stand, Earbud Holder, and Amplifier

Backpacker Case

The Backpacker phone case has a lot of things going for it, with the exception of being sleek or thin because it’s neither of those. Rather, the case makes your phone look like the hunchback of iPhone-dame (sorry, couldn’t resist!), but that hump right there is where all its extra functionality lies.

For starters, you can pull it out to turn the case into a stand for your phone. At the same time, it serves as an amplifier to give your phone’s speaker that extra boost. Lastly, you can push it back to its dome form and roll your earphones to store it and get them out of the way.

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The iLuv Selfy is the Smartphone Case For the Selfie-Obsessed

iLuv Selfy Case

Love selfies? Then you’ll love the iLuv Selfy smartphone case, which was designed for users who take selfies and groufies almost obsessively. The case is simple and unobtrusive enough. But the selfie factor lies with the remote trigger functionality, as it comes with a detachable remote at the back to trigger the phone’s rear camera.

Aside from added convenience, the case gives the would-be selfie and groufie takers to pose and compose themselves before taking a shot. Since the shutter is triggered remotely, they also have ample time to position themselves to make sure that no one’s head gets cut off in the shot.

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Not-a-Camera Wooden Camera Necklace is Actually a Camera

Wooden Camera Necklace

So this is the Not-a-Camera necklace, and it’s the exact opposite of what it’s name says it is. The necklace features a larger-than-the-usual wooden pendant in the shape of a camera, and even though it’s name insists that it isn’t a camera, it actually is. It’s hard to believe that this thin wooden thing is capable of taking 3.5-megapixel pictures, but it can be used to record HD video too.

The Not-a-Camera’s maker, Olivia, originally made the camera for her 101-year-old grandmother (who also happens to be named Olivia), so that the latter would have a camera at hand (or rather, around her neck) that was both light and easy to use.

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Transform Your iPhone Into a Spy Camera With Peek-I

Peek-i

Whatever your reasons are for wanting to spy on your surroundings or the people around you, then here’s something that can help you out: the Peek-I, which is basically an attachment for your iPhone that’ll let you see around corners or areas at odd angles that you normally won’t be able to see with your eyes alone.

Peek-I is meant to go over your camera lens, where it works its magic by reflecting images this way and that to let you check blind areas and take images at a 90-degree angle.Continue Reading

Deal Of The Day: 32% Off On Lightning Cable And Car Charger

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While not wanting to embark on a critique of Apple products, suffice it to say that their durability isn’t the most stellar on the market. I’ve had to change a Lightning cable on more than one occasion, and wasn’t thrilled at having to pay the premium Apple prices. Well, today you’re looking at an Apple-approved Lightning cable from Hipstreet, along with a car charger, that’s going to cost almost as much as a single Lightning cable straight from Apple. That means that for $26 you can get both of these items, when you’d normally have to pay $21 for the cable alone. That’s a deal.

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