October 2010 - Posts

Magnetic Pixelated Hands - Perfect for the fridge photo collage
Friday, October 29, 2010 3:02 PM

Everyone likes to put some fun and interesting photos on their fridge for every day viewing. I try and print photos on a regular bases to rotate what photos hang around the house and the fridge is the perfect place to hang photos of friends and family. These magnet hands that look much like the old Mac OS 9 hand cursor are perfect for securing your memories to your ice box. These magnet hands come in a set of 12 magnets and are $14.99 for each set.

Menions Magnetic Hands $14.99
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NoteMe Pillows - Think Postit Note but in Pillow Form
Thursday, October 28, 2010 3:18 PM

Have you ever wished your stupid PostIt note was actually a pillow? No? neither have I but now that you know someone sells a pillow that you can leave notes on would you buy one? Maybe, these pillows come with their own pin that can be washed off the pillow in cold water. So you can write and erase as many times as you want. Oh and the pillows come in five colors, yellow, orange, red, green, and white. Pretty fun idea and might be nice for leaving your loved one notes in the bedroom. oh lala!

$27 NoteMe Pillow
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Back to the Future Mr. Fusion Krups Coffee Grinder
Wednesday, October 27, 2010 1:47 PM


Since October is the 25 anniversary of "Back to the Future" I thought I would feature this $150 Krups coffee grinder! Why you might ask? Well it's a well known fact that the Mr. Fusion nuclear fusion generator seen in the Back to the Future movies was build around a old Krups coffee grinder. This coffee grinder to be exact. It was available from 1970 - 1980s and apparently makes for a great nuclear fusion generator. If you are a true movie buff or simply a big fan of Back to the Future like I am then you already knew that, but did you know you can purchase the original Krups coffee grinder off Ebay for the ridiculous amount of $150 bucks! No, Well you can, not sure I would be willing to put down the cash for that but someone will I'm sure. Oh and the guy selling them is in Germany so the shipping cost about $43 to get it to me here in the states.

$150 Krups Back to the Future Coffee Grinder
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Worlds Largest Gummy Worm - OMG that's Big
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 3:32 PM

This is the self proclaimed worlds largest gummy worm, or at least that you can buy. It's a 26 inch long by 1.5 inches thick gummy worm that weighs 3 pounds and is over 4,000 calories. It's 128 times as large as a normal gummy worm and probably will put you into a sugar coma. This thing is massive and would make a great gag gift if it wasn't $27 bucks. Still though it's a great gift for someone who loves candy, specifically giant candy.

Vat19 Worlds Largest Gummy Worm
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Retro iPhone 4 Skins - Remember the Good Ol Days?
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 12:25 PM

Want to relive the good ol days of making mix tapes of your favorite songs from the 90's? Or perhaps the video games of your youth. Well you can sort of relive the good ol days with this retro iPhone 4 skins. The Etsy seller topdecal has all sorts of interesting decals for sale including the ones pictured above. All of his decals are to be placed on the back of the phone for a cool new look for your iPhone.

iPhone decals from topdecal @ Etsy
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Take your next snowball fight to the next level!
Monday, October 18, 2010 2:47 PM

Well it's that time again, it's going to start to get cold and snowy, and you know what that means? Snowball fights are sure to ensue. Once the snow starts to fall you can't help but have a snow ball fight so why not take your next snowball fight to the next level with these Snowball Xistera. It's a modified version of the Jai Alai Xistera and is sure to strike fear in the hearts of the neighborhood kinds. This thing, no lie, looks like it can do some serious damage, and for only $25 bucks I think it's worth it. I think you could probably hit someone on the other side of the neighborhood with one of these things.

$25 @ Hammacher Schlemmer
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Coleman Quad Lantern - So everyone can have a piece
Thursday, October 14, 2010 2:02 PM
The Colman Quad Lantern is perfect for your next camping trip. The light has approximately 75 hours of run time on fresh batteries and gives off 190 lumens of light. The lantern has 4 detachable panels that each have 6 LEDs and a on/off switch. The 8 D batteries are housed in the base unit and the panels charge off of it. When you need a some light in a specific area you just push the button on one of the panels and take it with you. It's a pretty clever idea and would be great for your next camp site.

Colman Quad Lantern $69

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Joby Gorillatorch Blade Flexable Flashlight
Thursday, October 7, 2010 1:39 PM

Joby makes some of the best flexible camera tripods around. They have also made a Flexible light that left a little to be desired. The original Gorillatorch was bulky and was a little week on the LED power sporting only 65 lumens. The new Gorillatorch Blade flashlight features 130-lumens and a rechargeable battery, not to mention it's a lot smaller and streamlined since the original version. This handy little flashlight can be powered by USB and AC adapter as well as the battery. I also assume that you can charge the battery with both USB and the AC adapter as well.

The light on the highest setting gives you about 2.5 hours of battery life and the lower setting gives you about 6.5 hours of light. You can remove the light from the legs if you want which is different than the other versions of the Gorillatorch light. Some of the features that remained the same was the powerful magnetic feet, 360 degree rotation , 180 degree pitch, and of course the flexible legs.

$59 Gorillatorch Blade @ Amazon
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Behold the Electric Snuggie!
Thursday, October 7, 2010 11:01 AM

The Snuggie is a infomercial phenomenon and at first glance has got to be the stupidest thing I have ever seen on TV. Has anyone noticed they are simply a long bathrobe that you wear backwards? However, for some reason the ridiculousness of the product coupled with the fact they are comfortable has propelled them into mainstream media and culture. Snuggie was so popular that people starting making imitation Snuggies and selling them in stores as well. This is one of those imitations with one little twist, it's electric. That's right now you can get a Coz-E electric blanket that warms you with three different heat setting. If there was anything better than a Snuggie it's a Snuggie that comes with it's own heat.

Urban Outfitters @ Gizmodo
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