Clockpunk Jewelry

Time For Some Clockpunk Jewelry

I must admit I had never heard the term clockpunk before starting writing this entry. But I guess it suits the description of these cool looking jewelry pieces from Fabstuff quite well: Mechanical Watch Movement Pendant and Chain ($70) Mechanical Watch Movement Cufflinks – Silver ($161) Mechanical [...]

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Wenger Giant Swiss Army Knife

Giant Swiss Army Knife

Minimalism is out. At least when looking at the Wenger Giant Swiss Army Knife—not even the price tag comes close to being minimalistic. This baby is packed with 85 fully functional implements and is said to have over 100 functions. How they managed to get it all in there? Well, the knife is measuring [...]

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PowerBook Earrings

PowerBook Earrings

Power Earrings (Flickr) – “sloober” has made a pair of wonderful Mac earrings. I took the power buttons from 2 old Powerbook top cases. Drilled a little hole in the tab, and made a cool pair of earrings! [...]

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R 250 CRYSTAL - Edition

Roberts Radio Swarovski & other Limited Editions

Good old Roberts Radio always makes beautiful products. On the webiste for the German retailer they have some awsome special editions models that I have never seen on the official website (or have I just missed it?). [...]

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Chevy V8 Grill

The Chevy V8 Grill

Chevy V8 Grill – Alex over at Neatorama has posted a series of photos of a BBQ grill made from a Chevy V8 engine [...]

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Shake-u-lator Calculator

Shake-u-lator Calculator

The Shake-u-lator Calculator ($20) doesn’t require any batteries to operate. Simply give it a quick shake and you’re set to do your algebra. This 8 digit display calculator uses Faraday’s Principle of Electromagnetic Energy to operate. You will no longer have to buy replacement batteries for [...]

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Pac-Man Board Game

Taking Pac-Man and Tetris to the Next Dimension

Here’s a fun alternative take on taking games to the next level. Instead of making them “now Wiibox HAL 9000 compatible”, these games have moved from cyber to IRL. Pac-Man Board Game If you’ve never played it, you might not believe that Milton Bradley was capable of crafting a [...]

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USB Digital Microscope + Web Cam + USB2.0 Hub

USB Microscope, Webcam & Hub

Here’s another one of those gadget mashup that you often these days. The USB Digital Microscope + Web Cam + USB2.0 Hub ($199) will let you explore the world of micro and then call your friends up to tell them all about it over a webcam session. There’s also a 2 port USB hub to [...]

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Frog Solar Light

Frog Garden Solar Light

You have your garden glowing of LightCubes and MagicGlobes at night. In daytime it’s like a light orchestra of 24 Carrot Gold bling bling. You are still not satisfied. There is something missing. Frog Solar Light ($30) to your rescue. This amphibian fellow glows when the sun goes down turns off in [...]

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CarryCool

CarryCool – Your Jolts Will Love It

The CarryCool ($155) tote bag is a handy way to keep your beverage cool in the car on a hot summer’s day. Just plug it into your car lighter socket and enjoy the ride. Available in three different colors. Size: 14.5×15.7×11 inches. Weight: 5 lbs. (Via The Red Ferret [...]

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Magic Wheel

Magic Wheel

There’s something about Swiss designers and weird transportation, something good. First we had the Bikeboard and now it’s the Magic Wheel – a unicycle / skateboard kind of hybrid. [Correction: At first we read that the Magic Wheel was a Swiss invention and reported it as such here. [...]

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USB Lion Web Cam

Top 10 Weirdest Webcams

PC Magazine has published a The 10 Weirdest Webcams article on their website today. A lot of good stuff in there. Some which have already been featured here on GeekAlerts, like the USB Big Foot Cam. Seen above is the adorable USB Lion Webcam ($26) with glowing LED lights for eyes. A tiny cam that [...]

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Rubik

Rubik’s Cube Phone Strap

The 2×2 Cube Puzzle ($2.6) is a mini version of the Rubik’s Cube, intended to hang as a little geek jewelry in you mobile phone. Here you’ll have only four squares per side, instead of the original 3×3 setup. (Via [...]

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Local Time Wall Clock

Local Time Wall Clock

“Local Time” is the name of this cool map-like wall clock, designed by StudioBo. It features three digital displays and is made of acrylic. Unfortunately, that’s also the only information available. I assume it’s a concept product. Wouldn’t mind seeing such a beauty out in [...]

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USB Foam Blades Fan

USB Foam Blades Fan

USB Foam Blades Fan ($10) is yet another another gadget to help you stay cool by in front of your computer on those hot summer days. USB powered foam blades fan Long life and quiet motor Soft & safe foam blades won’t cause injury Flexible neck to adjust angle One touch On/Off switch Simple, [...]

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USB Portable Skype

USB Portable Skype

The slim CM-3204 USB Portable Skype is a handy little gadget allowing you to use Skype or other VoIP from various computers. [...]

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Yo-Yo Lamp

Yo-Yo Lamp

The YoYo ($317) floor lamp by Elmar Flototto has got both beautiful and smart design. Place the lamp wherever you feel like and simply roll out the exact cord length needed. Height 28cm (11in.), diameter 47.5cm (18.7in.), cable 16m (17.5 yards). (Via [...]

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Porcupine CD Case

Porcupine CD Case

Here’s a cute and fun alternative to having your CD’s shattered all over the floor. The Porcupine CD Case ($11) will protect your discs in the pockets hidden inside. Just open the zip and there you have them. Size: 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. The big question is: How many CD’s [...]

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Genius Pads

Mega Post-it Notes

Why settle with normal post-it notes when you can get mega ones? Maybe because it’s meant to be just that; a note, not an article. The Genius Pads (from $9.60 per pad) looks quite fun though with their 30 x 30cm (11.81 x 11.81in.) mega format. It makes a great alternative to an office note [...]

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