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Pokemon Pokeball Weed Grinder


So this looks like the sort of item you better buy now, because we can hear the lawyers writing their Cease & Desist letters already. It’s a Pokeball, but you won’t catch any pocket monster with it. Instead, you’ll use it to grind up your fine botanicals and put yourself in the mood to spend all day playing that game. It’s not as if you’re not already doing that, of course, but you know… you might as well take it to an extreme and Pokemon errthing.

It’s $22.

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Carry-On Bag Hitch Lets You Roam Airport Terminals Hands-Free


It’s not enough to have to endure the indignities of modern air travel: once you’ve passed all the security measures, you’re then forced to travel on foot through vast terminals with only one usable hand, since the other will usually be pulling a carry-on bag. But with the MyHitch, you’ve just doubled your productivity. Invented by an airline pilot, the hitch ties to your belt or tight waistband and makes it possible to pull your bag with your butt. Gone are the days where you have to choose between holding a coffee or carrying a loud phone conversation, with the My Hitch you can multi-task. It’s $18 and available now.


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The Tab LapDesk Lets You Work, Multitask, Anywhere


Let’s face it, these days no one just focuses on one task without interruption. We all have our smartphones or tablets nearby, periodically interrupting our potentially important work with updates about the neighbour’s cat. If you’re on the go, it may be harder to find a surface large enough to accommodate your papers and your device simultaneously. The Tab LapDesk features a slot on one side where you can angle your device and keep an eye on questionably important updates, while still having enough area to get actual work done. It’s made from bamboo, and costs $59.


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Retrofit A Backup Camera With The Pearl RearVision


You car didn’t come with a backup camera, but you’ve bumped into enough luxury sedans while parking that you’ve determined you should totally have gotten that option? It’s not too late to get your own, and with the Pearl RearVision Backup Camera, you can do so elegantly. Integrated into a nicely designed license plate holder, the camera will stream wirelessly to your smart device, you so can easily keep an things. The best part is the ease of installation; the RearVision is battery-powered and charged through a little solar panel integrated on the bottom bezel. That means no wiring, drilling, or modifications needed on your ride. A car adapter then plugs into your OBD port, and serves as a link between the camera and your phone. The only downside is the hefty $499 price tag. But if it stops you from damaging your bumper even once, we say it’s worth it.

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Protect That Darn Apple Watch


Delicate electronics on your wrist always seemed like an accident waiting to happen, at least in our eyes. In the eyes of Lunatik as well, it seems, since they make the Epik H2O Waterproof Polycarbonate Case and Silicone Strap for Apple Watch. It wraps your fancy wrist-worn computer in a rugged silicone waterproof casing, protecting the Apple Watch from impact, and providing resistance to water up to a 50M/165ft Depth (5ATM). There’s a knurled oversized crown for easy access and use in physical activities, and the soft silicone band comes with an anti-dust and dirt nano coating that enhances sensor connection with your wrist. It’s $80, and currently out of stock.


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Deal Of The Day: 28% Off On Hover X – Ultimate Gamer’s Lapdesk


You can get yourself a fancy, powerful gaming laptop, but when you actually start playing games with it, it’s pretty rare you’ll actually do it on your lap. Like, where will you put your mouse? Well, the Hover X – Ultimate Gamer’s Lapdesk is meant to make it possible to do just that.

Sit back and place the Hover X in your lap for the ultimate gaming setup. The extra-large mouse pad facilitates long movements, and built-in vents keep your laptop from overheating at the absolute worst moment. Grip pads help your laptop stay put even with all the action, and the slot for your tablet is angled for easy viewing.

– Extra-large mouse pad is perfect for your gaming mouse
– Clean design includes bamboo surface
– Cable slot keeps your cords organized
– Mobile dock fits nearly any phone or tablet
– Vents release continual heat
– Grip pads keep your laptop from slipping

Normally $140, it’s down to $99.99 with today’s deal. Shipped for free, as always.


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Overengineered Much? The Svørn Arcus Is The “Lamborghini Of Carabiners”


Are you into carabiners? Like, really into carabiners? Then, boy, do we have the carabiner for you. The Svørn Arcus is an admittedly novel looking carabiner made from a type of Zinc alloy, making it pretty light (40g) and supposedly quite strong. Not strong enough to go mountain climbing, mind you. The company specifies it’s meant to carry keys only. And that’s fine, we suppose. It’s finished in a type of coating called Chrome Noir, and will set your bank account a very questionable $40. That’s a lot of dollars for a carabiner, but then again, we like to write about items that are grossly overpriced.


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Hot Dogs Enhanced: SlotDog


Everyone knows that if you cut some slits across your wieners, they’ll be instantly better. There’s more surface area to crisp, more area to hold condiments, more area to just look cool. You can do your slitting the old fashioned way, with a knife and some elbow grease. Or you can save time with the SlotDog. It’s a simple plastic doodad that cuts a criss-crossed pattern across the surface of a standard dog. Kids will love its dino-skin appearance, and your taste buds will thank you when you realize just how superior a slotted dog is. At $18, it’s the perfect accessory for your next tailgate party.

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The SeatRack Gives You A Cargo Rack Inside Your Car


You go to Home Depot and maybe you get a little carried away: you buy some large item and suddenly have no practical way to carry it home. Sure, you can drop some seatbacks and have it awkwardly stick out your trunk. Maybe you tie a little flag on it to warn other motorists of the danger. Or you get the SeatRack and conveniently fit your large item right inside your car. It replaces your seat’s headrests with hard horizontal bars that come with straps. So just slide that lumber, surfboard, or oversized piping right in, strap it down and go home like you’re driving a pickup. It’s $130.


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