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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Water Powered Clock
OK, so generating electrical power from water might not require quantum math, but it is pretty darn interesting. And it's nice to see science and engineering play nice together to bring folks like you an attractive desktop clock that is powered solely on water (or really any electrolytic fluid like soda, coffee, BAWLS or even Beer). We would be civilized to only call you moronic if you bought this clock and used BAWLS to power it, but in the end you are the music maker, you are the dreamer of dreams and I suppose we would just have to respect that decision. The water clock will display the time and date in clear easy to read numbers just moments after you fill the liquid reservoirs in the back with the liquid of your choice. We've had ours running for weeks so far and the water levels have barely descended and we haven't had to refill it at all. How does it work? Magic mostly. And a little bit of science too. The internal converter simply extracts electrons from water (or other liquid) molecules and provides a steady stream of electrical current acting as a fuel cell to generate power to the clock. Attractively packaged with translucent blue siding and a mirrored front. You can even use the water reservoirs on the back to hold flowers! But guess what? Flowers aren't included! Neither are batteries! Neither is the water! Sad? Here, giving you the dimensions should make you happier: 6" x 4" x 2 1/2". Now buy one.
$6.99 $11.99 (- 42%)
VariGrip Hand Exerciser
Ever cursed your hands for not being able to do something? VariGrip is the personal trainer that will turn those wimpy digits into nimble powerhouses. For Gamers: Your very (digital) life depends on the speed of your fingers hitting the keyboard or controller buttons. You can gain speed with gaming keyboards or high end controllers, but those are pricey. VariGrip is way cheaper and will still get you the edge you need to crush your enemies and see them driven before you. For Musicians: We know you're faking those runs. You may think you've mastered the fine art of faking, but we hear those missing notes (or rather, we don't hear them). If you're away from your instrument more often than you'd like, use VariGrip to keep your hands in tip-top shape. The molded grip even reverses to uncover simulated strings so guitar players can develop and maintain finger calluses. The VariGrip Hand Exerciser features a comfortable ergonomic design and variable tension in each spring so you can work each finger at its own individual level. Condition your fingers, hand, wrist, and forearm anywhere you go and then dominate the digital landscape or rock the concert hall. Product Specifications Condition your fingers, hand, wrist, and forearm Great for musicians, gamers, even motorcyclists Variable tension in each spring (2-4 lbs per finger) A cheaper alternative to a gaming keyboard, gaming mouse, or high end controller Musicians can condition their fingers without their instrument
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Bounce WiFi Enhancer
Ever try to catch some rays while “working from home,” but can’t because your WiFi doesn’t reach your backyard? So. Annoying. With the Bounce WiFi Extender, your problems are solved, and you don’t even have to be tech savvy. The Bounce is simple. Just place the egg-shaped device on top of your home’s router, point it in the direction that requires extra coverage and boom! Like a technological genius, you’ve just increased your coverage area three times over. Weak WiFi worries are over. Before you know it you can be sipping a Mai Tai, streaming music or movies, or sending out those last minute e-mails all from your backyard, or any other far-reaching corner of your secret lair. Product Specifications Increase your home network's range with Bounce No more weak spots - get strong signal everywhere Intended for 802.11 a/b/g routers Routers must have external antennas Installs in seconds Comes with one-year manufacturer’s warranty
$12.49 $24.99 (- 50%)
Magnet Powered Spinning Top
At the inception of this product description, let's begin by saying we won't reference any movies. No movies with totems or tops or that guy from Critters 3. This has absolutely nothing to do with any of that. It's just a top that, once spun, will continue to spin for about a week. It uses magnets, and that's why we call it the Magnet Powered Spinning Top! Science-wise, it's actually pretty cool what's going on with the Magnet Powered Spinning Top...
Self Stirring Mug
How do you like your coffee? Cream with one sugar? Nice. Just cream? Cool. Black? Rock on. Everybody except the black coffee drinker listen up - what do you use to stir your coffee? A spoon? Swizzles? Tongue depressors? Bah. All of those so-called stirring solutions are fraught with failure...