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LED Faucet Lights
$19.99
LED Faucet Lights
Tired of that same old monotonous water? Bored with water that doesn't look like futuristic alien mouthwash? Need to make your midnight bathroom appointments more exhilarating? Then you need to get the LED faucet light attachment from ThinkGeek. You can turn any faucet in your home into a streaming fantasia of techie-bliss in just minutes. How does it work? Just attach to the end of your faucet (universal adapters included), and when the water flows through the magic chamber, it simply turns on the LED array and illuminates the stream with soothingly powerful hues. But wait, there's more! Not only does your water light up, but the color light changes with the water's temperature. When the water is cold, you see BLUE LED's until the water temperature hits 89 degrees after which the LEDs turn RED (now with a brushed chrome finish)! Here's what you get: Chamber with LEDs Batteries pre-installed plus a set of spare batteries (uses LR44 watch batteries) Instruction Sheet Two universal adapters included. (fits most standard faucets in USA. Not recommended for faucets outside of the USA.) Dimensions: 2.25" tall, 1.25" diameter.
ThinkGeek
Corn Dog Factory
$26.99
Corn Dog Factory
"The greatest thing about carnivals isn't the rides. It's not the games, or the cheating carnies that con you out of your giant stuffed badger. No, the greatest thing about carnivals is the food. Oh, scoff if you must, but there's something about the funnel cake, cotton candy, and various meats on sticks that bring 'em in from miles around. For one, the cooking implements have the ancient caked-on goodness of carnivals of yore to help ""flavor"" each recipe. Blech. The other thing that keeps 'em coming is how tough it is to make funnel cake, deep-fried twinkies, or corndogs that didn't come from the freezer. Until now. The dream that came through a million years, that lived on through all the tears, has finally arrived - Making your own corndogs at home! But don't let the limits of convention stop you from trying something new! Chop up a little jalapeno into your cornmeal batter for a kick! Substitute a little buckwheat flour or maybe ground almonds in the cornmeal for some nuttiness! Or, you can do like we did in the video - make bacon corndogs, son! Food on a stick is about to go through a revolution. Making your own corndogs at home may not put those thieving carnies out of business, but at least you won't have to wait until the State Fair to get your corndog fix!"
ThinkGeek