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LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti
$12.99
LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti
Times have changed since you got caught for doodling that cute girl's name on your desk in elementary school. Now you can mark your territory in a non-permanent electronic fashion with the LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti. This set of 20 different LEDs each has a battery and a magnet attached. Pull the tab to activate, then toss them on any ferrous metal surface... they stick and glow brightly announcing to everyone in the vicinity that you were indeed there. But make sure you stick the LED Magnetic Digital Graffiti on stuff you own, or are able to remove them later... because gone are the days when you can post funny battery powered LED signs all over Boston and get away with it. WARNING This is not a toy. Keep away from children as this item contains small magnets and batteries. Make sure you use the Magnetic Digital Graffiti responsibly. Do not apply to property which is not your own.
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Static Electricity Eliminator
$12.99
Static Electricity Eliminator
As you travel throughout your day, electrons are shifting all over your body. Sometimes, like when you pull your sweater off or slide out of your car, an excess of electrons attach themselves to your body (you are actually tearing them off of the other substance). When you next touch a piece of positively charged material (your car door, your computer, or perhaps a coworker), the electrons rush from you to the positive charge. The result: a static shock. Static shocks are fun, but only if you are zapping others. They can be painful and also quite destructive; once a static charge fries your laptop, you'll know what we mean. So we offer a very easy way to help painlessly get rid of unwanted electrons. Attach the Static Electricity Eliminator (SEE, for short) to your keyring, and you'll always have it with you. If you think you are "charged," simply hold the SEE (making sure you're touching the metal keychain part) and touch the rubber tip to a grounded object (a metal desk leg, your car door, a metal peg leg, etc). You will see a little face flash on the SEE's screen, and you'll know you are static free. It's that simple. And with no batteries to worry about (because you are providing the electricity), you'll be able to use your SEE for years to come. So shout with us, "I defy thee, oh daemon of static!" Come on, we said SHOUT! Dimensions: approx. 2.2" long
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Global Power Converter
$19.99 $12.99
Global Power Converter
"We have to admit that as 80s kids, some of us learned the majority of our geography via Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?. We followed that sticky-fingered filcher from Berlin down to Belize and were often able to lock up her comrades and return the stolen goods. Except for that one time in Reykjavik. Whether you're following a double-dealing diva with a taste for thievery or traveling the world for more mundane business, having a power converter is a must. The Global Power Converter is an easy-to-pack box that contains converters for all of your world travel needs. Use the high current setting on the voltage converter for things like irons or hot pots and the low current setting for electronic devices. This kit includes 5 adapter plugs for use in Europe, South America, Africa, Australia, Asia, Middle East and the Caribbean. Product Specifications For North American dwellers travelling abroad Power up your hair dryer, shaver, and other electronics Provides 120v power from 220-240v foreign outlets For use with electrical appliances requiring up to 1600 watt and electronic devices up to 50 watt Five adapter plugs for use in: Europe South America Africa Australia Asia Middle East Caribbean Includes hard shell travel case Note: Read all documentation for the converter and your intended appliance/device carefully. Improper use of converters/adapters can result in dead devices or electrical fire. It is worth it to do your research before plugging things in abroad! Dimensions: 4.5"" x 3.4"" x 5.9"" Weight: 1.7 pounds"
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Pivot Power - Articulated Power Strip
$19.99 $10.00
Pivot Power - Articulated Power Strip
Somewhere, in the grand history of electronic stuff, nobody bothered to set a standard for the size and shape of plugs and adapters. Thus, we have big square ones, long rectangular ones, semi-round ones, even oddly geometric ones. And trying to plug them all into one surge protector is like playing Tetris in a game with no long pieces. Pivot Power made us squeal with nerdly glee. With up to six adjustable outlets, we can pivot this surge protector in such a way that we can actually use all the outlets. Every plug fits into every outlet. And if that wasn't cool enough, you can also use Pivot Power's ... powers to wrap around furniture or squeeze a surge protector into hard to reach places. (The long cord helps with that too!) With 672 joules of rock-solid protection, Pivot Power is poised to be our new favorite surge protector - why not give it a shot and see if you agree? Product Specifications Adjustable power strip that holds large adapters in every outlet Standard features six adjustable outlets, Jr. features four adjustable outlets: every kind of plug fits into every outlet No more unusable outlets! Just pivot and fit it! 672 Joules of rock-solid protection Flexible shape pivots around furniture and hard to reach places Crazy reach: Standard features four feet of cord with a flat head plug, Jr. features two Conforms to UL Std No. 1363, Certified to CSA Std C22.2 No. 21
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Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl
$19.99
Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl
"We love goldfish, but alas, we're also lazy and forget to feed the little dudes. And we're ever so tired of all the toilet bowl funerals. That was just a joke to mention toilets, as we would never fail to feed our fishy friends. But what if there was an easier way to enjoy a goldfish without having to worry about food? There is (huzzah!) and it is the Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl. Playing with your new Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl is super easy. Put fresh batteries into the top, push the base decoration into the bowl, fill the bowl with water, and put the top back on. Tap the top and the fishy ""swims"" around - looking quite alive. There's even an LED light show that morphs from one color to another for the perfect relaxing fishy mood. All you have to feed your Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl is batteries, and it will love you as much as a piece of plastic can love a human. Forever! Never again will you have to write ""RIP Cap'n Goldikins"" on your toilet. We salute you, Cap'n. Electronic Goldfish in a Bowl Just like a real fish, it ""swims around."" But unlike a real fish, you never need to feed it! Real glass bowl - just add batteries and water (both not included). Three Modes: Demo - Fish swims for 30 seconds with lights (button must be pressed first). Play - Fish swims for 90 seconds with lights. E.P. - Fish swims for 5 minutes with lights. Includes: Glass bowl, fish unit, and base decoration. Batteries: 3 x AA Dimensions: approx. 7.5"" x 4.5"" x 7.9"""
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Fireflies in My Room
$34.99
Fireflies in My Room
"As wee geeks, we had stick-on, glow-in-the-dark stars in our bedrooms. They sounded really cool, but in reality, they never quite got charged up enough to glow very brightly. It was a bit let-down. Of course, technology has made things better for the wee geeks of the future, with the remote-controlled magic of LEDs. Now your wee geek can enjoy an enchanting show of glistening fireflies in their room! Install the seven fireflies on their seven leaves throughout the bedroom. Turn off the lights and click the remote control. Watch your glow-bug friends illuminate in an ever-changing pattern that will transform a mere bedroom into a magical place, suitable for a fairy tale prince or princess. Product Specifications For Ages 6 Years and Up (with adult assistance) WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age. 7 light-up fireflies to make your room more magical Remote-controlled, illuminate in an ever-changing pattern Easy-to-mount, requires small screwdriver, drill, and 7/16"" drill bit Includes: 7 Fireflies 1 Center leaf 2 Side leaves 5 Hanging leaves 1 Mounting plate 1 Remote control 1 Foam tape Batteries: 3 AA batteries & 2 AAA batteries (not included) Product Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 13 inches"
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Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia
$8.99 $5.39
Grow Your Own Giant Sequoia
General William Tecumseh Sherman has been called "the first modern general." Not only was he a tremendous military commander, he also was very fertile (8 kids . . . dang). He was admired by many, including one of his lieutenants (and naturalist) James Wolverton, who named a Giant Sequoia after him. And that Giant Sequoia is now the world's largest tree. And guess what? Maybe you can grow one to rival General Sherman. Just get yourself a Grow Your Own World's Largest Tree kit...
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Hidden Wall Safe
$7.99 $4.99
Hidden Wall Safe
The Hidden Wall Safe is handy because most burglars spend less than six minutes inside a victim's home and only have time to check the most obvious places for valuables. These unique wall safes allow you to hide valuables inside one of many identical looking wall outlets you already have in your home, the last place someone is likely to look. According to the Chicago Police these units are better than a locked safe and a hundred times cheaper. Worried about the outlet cover not matching your other outlets? No sweat, you can interchange any standard plug cover for this one to match your other plugs.
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Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
$14.99 $8.99
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.
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