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Deal Of The Day: 33% Off On SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone

SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone


Two things you need during an emergency: your survival kit and the SpareOne Plus Emergency Phone. It’s a charge-free mobile phone that won’t fail you when you need it the most. It’s powered by an AA battery and provides up to 10 hours of talk time. It does away with most features that you’d find on a phone and keeps it to the essentials– the very essentials that might just save your life.

Other features include a panic siren and an SOS flashlight. Just stock up on batteries and you’ll be good until help arrives. It’s currently on sale for $39.99.

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Deal Of The Day: 41% Off on SKEYE Nano Drone

SKEYE Nano Drone


The SKEYE Nano Drone is probably one of the smallest drones you’ve ever seen. But don’t let its small size fool you, because it’s impressively agile and easy to control. It’s a breeze to do tricks with the drone, such as figure 8s and banking turns, so go ahead and show off. It’s made with ready-to-fly technology, so the SKEYE is ready to go, out of the box. Moreover, it’s built with a 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity that you can adjust based on your needs.

SKEYE can be flown in three modes: beginner, advanced pilots, and seasoned flight veterans. It’s currently on sale for $34.99.

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Power Tap: Turn It ‘On’ to Let the Electricity Flow

Power Tap

Everyone’s all about conservation these days. You probably know by now that it’s best to turn that tap off when you’re not using it– but we don’t mean water; instead, we’re talking about power. The Power Tap is a unique charger that looks and works like a typical tap. Turn the handle to let electricity flow, and turn it back to its original position to turn the power off. A USB cable is meant to be plugged into the tap’s “spout.”

Its makers’ goal was to get more people to be conscientious of usage and save energy, although what’ll get people’s attention first is the novelty of the Power Tap’s design. When it’s in the “off” position, the Tap uses 85% less power than when it’s on (that 15% goes on to power the tap’s indicator light.)

It’s available online for $27.50.

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Power Pen: Write and Charge

Power Pen


The Power Pen is the one pen to rule them all. Reach for it every time you need to jot down notes, sketch ideas, or charge your phone. Yep, you read that right: the pen doubles as a backup battery so you make one more call or send a few more messages before it completely runs out of juice. It only has a 700 mAh capacity, so it can’t charge your battery fully, but that’s better than nothing, right?

The Power Pen’s ink tip also retracts so you can use it as a stylus. It comes with micro USB and lightning connectors, and you can charge the pen up easily by plugging it into a USB port. It retails for $40.

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Hotel My Phone App Lets You Use Someone Else’s Phone As If It Were Yours

Hotel My Phone app0

So you’ve run out of battery or left your phone at home, and you need to call or send someone a message. You can borrow your friend’s phone, but there’s little you can do if you can’t remember the number of the person who you want to reach…unless he’s got the Hotel My Phone app, that is. It’s a nifty app that lets you check in to a “smartphone hotel.”

There, you’ll be able to log in securely and message or call your contacts using your number, even when you aren’t using your phone.

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Wear It, Charge It: Cabelet Charging Bracelet

Cabelet Charging Bracelet


So you’re in the midst of your usual, hectic day when you realize that you’re running low on power. Well, it’s no problem at all if you’ve got the Cabelet around your wrist, because it’s all you’ll need to charge your device. It’s a braided leather bracelet that’s also a cable in disguise as well. Take it off and expand to reveal the full length of the cable.

The Cabelet is available in Lightning and micro USB, so it’s compatible with iOS and Android gadgets. It’s available online for $25.

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Patch It, Wipe It: Microfiber Lens Cleanse Patches

Micro Fiber Lens Cleanse Patches


With touchscreens come fingerprints, and with fingerprints come the need for something to get rid of ’em so you won’t have to deal with messy-looking gadgets. One solution comes in the form of these microfiber lens cleanse patches. They’re small patches of microfiber cloth that you can iron onto any article of clothing, be it the inside of your jacket or your shirt. This way, you’ll be able to get those prints off of your screen anytime, anywhere.

They’re available in packs of three from Photojojo for $12. The best part? They come in three different shapes and patterns, so there’s one for every mood or shirt.

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Lymbit Helps You Find Misplaced Stuff Quickly and Easily


If you lose or misplace stuff on a regular basis, then the Lymbit should be on your shopping list. It’s a compact gadget that you’re supposed to hang or attach to the things that you need but habitually misplace. It works in conjunction with an app that lets you locate the missing object. It has a 50-meter range and can be set to send you notifications if you’re outside of this range from the paired objects.

It functions as a pet tracker and as a security system of sorts for your home as well, as it can be set up to detect movements of doors or windows that burglars might use to break into your home.

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Have a Merry Phone-Charging Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Merry Charger You probably won’t have much use for this when the holidays are over, but it’s awesome while the season lasts, anyway. The Merry Charger is a cable that doubles as a string of Christmas lights, making the mere act of charging your smartphone into something more festive than it actually is. Plug it into a charger, laptop, or power bank and watch the lights shine and twinkle while your device powers up.

You can still plug it in for the lights even when you don’t need to charge anything anymore. The Merry Charger is available online for $20.

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