Nite Coaster

Nite Coaster

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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If you’ve ever knocked over a glass of water on your nightstand in the wee hours of the morning, even once, then you know the agony of an AM cleanup. The Nite Coaster solves that problem with a simple wave of a hand, using motion sensing technology to shine a light from the base of the coaster, illuminating your glass or bottle of water quickly and easily. The coaster is also waterproof, just in case your groggy handwaving still causes the odd spill!

Saucony 3 Season Gloves

Saucony 3 Season Gloves

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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Winter gloves come in many shapes, sizes, designs and styles but it takes an intuitive mitt to keep your hands the right temperature through 75% of the year. The Saucony 3 Season Gloves are constructed with patented DryLete fabric, offering both moisture transfer and warmth for the highest level of comfort. There are also features galore with silicon fingertips, chamude palms, side seam clips, a stash pocket, detachable LED lights and reflective Saucony logos for increased nighttime visibility.

Digital Door Viewer

Digital Door Viewer

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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Securing your home is a serious task that often demands equipment and the Digital Door Viewer is an excellent addition to any home security layout. Replacing the barely useful peep hole, the Viewer comes in two parts: a high resolution digital camera over the outside of your door and a large LCD screen so that you can view said camera’s output. Now instead of a distorted blur offered by a peep hole you can quickly and easily identify who is at your door - and what they’re wearing.

Honda Fury

Honda Fury

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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Keeping with the trend of Japanese motorcycle manufacturers imitating larger American-made bikes is the Honda Fury, an ultra-low chrome Fury model. Powered by a liquid-cooled 1300 cc V-Twin engine, the Fury rides on a slim 21″ front tire and fat 200-series rear tire in a super-stretched wheelbase. The lowrider theme is completed with a 27″ seat and the option to add a wide range of leather accessories presents a perfect opportunity for customization and added style as you make the Fury your own.

Peet Shoe & Glove Dryer

Peet Shoe & Glove Dryer

Posted: February 24, 2009 
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Assuming you can get used to the looming figure of the Peet Shoe and Glove Dryer when you walk in the front door on a dark night, this rack really is the perfect solution for the cold wet of winter and the damp of spring. Using a thermal convection drying system as opposed to blasting heat at your clothes, the Peet costs you nothing to use and is able to dry your gear quickly and safely, removing any odors while it’s at it. Attachments are included for shoes, boots and winter gloves.

Smarthome Motion Sensor

Smarthome Motion Sensor

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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While replacing your bulbs with more energy efficient models is a great step towards greening your home but the ultimate in power saving is the Smarthome Motion-Sensing Light Adapter. Allowing you to give even standard lights in your pad motion-sensing ability, the adapter is also incredibly easy to install, simply screwing into a standard socket and acting as a go-between for you bulbs. You save energy by only powering lights when they’re needed and your local power company burns that much less coal - it’s a win/win situation!

Rolls-Royce 200EX

Rolls-Royce 200EX

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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It may be officially dubbed a concept car but industry analysts do expect many of the style and hardware aspects of the Rolls-Royce 200EX to remain intact in the production model to be released in 2010. The 200EX is based on the BMW 7 series platform and resembles the Phantom and Drophead Coupe in many of its design aspects; the curves of the 200EX round out an overall smaller package then either of those models though. While the 200EX is powered along by a V12 engine, Rolls-Royce has been tight-lipped on mechanical details.

Driving Activity Reporter

Driving Activity Reporter

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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Whether your aim is tracking your own vehicular activities throughout the week or finding out where your brother-in-law takes your car when he borrows it, the Driving Activity Reporter will do the trick. Powered by a 16 channel GPS receiver, the Reporter is a simple thumb-sized device that can be mounted anywhere inside your car with the ability to store up to 100 hours of activity for your review. Variables recorded include locations visited and routes to get there and the speed of the car at any given time.

Nintendo Wii Super Famicon Controller

Nintendo Wii Super Famicon Controller

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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If you find yourself a little intimidated by the extragent, hi-definition video games being released today and long for titles like Super Mario World and Final Fantasy VI then the Super Famicon Controller for the Nintendo Wii just might be the equalizer you need. Designed to perfectly match the Super Nintendo (Famicon to the Japanese) controller, this little beauty connects directly to your console and lets you play those old WiiWare titles like they were meant to be played - bring on the 32 bit graphics!

Canon PowerShot D10

Canon PowerShot D10

Posted: February 23, 2009 
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We’ve seen some durable digital cameras before but the Canon PowerShot D10 takes the cake with its wide range of features and hardcore construction. With the ability to shoot underwater to a depth of 33 feet or in the cold to a temperature of 14 degrees, there are very few pictures that the D10 cannot take. The camera itself is 12.1 megapixel with a 3x optical zoom, DIGIC 4 processor and a 2.5″ LCD screen for previews and light photo editing.

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