A new series of Super Mario Bros. Keychains ($5) have just arrived at the Play-Asia.com webshop. It’s a limited edition where 1 out of the 9 different figurines will be shipped randomly when you place an order.
The idea here is that the Wake-up Angel will wake you up in case you happen to fall asleep when you really shouldn’t, e.g., when reading about this gadget.
There’s no stopping the steady flow of hand-crank powered gadgets. And why would anyone want to stop that, it’s fun and good for the environment. The product name of the Wind-Up Keychain LED Torch ($8) pretty much says what it’s all about. Unfortunately, there’s no […]
Here’s a chance to truly show the world how geeky you are. The Circuit Board Keychain ($3) measures 1 3/4 by 1 1/2 inches and is made from a PCI Modem for a network server. Available at, you guessed it: the GeekGear Etsy Shop.
We’ve seen loads of keychain gadgets before; photo album, flashlight, remote control etc., but never before a Digital Scale Keychain ($13). Easy-to-use clip makes it simple to weigh small objects like letters, jewelry and coins. Backlit LCD displays weight in grams (g), ounces (oz) penny […]
The Digital Photo Keychain ($30) lets you carry and view up to 60 photos on a ultra bright, high resolution, 1.4 in LCD color screen. Description Stunning slideshow effects with time and date display feature Easily select, edit and download photos from your PC Internal […]
Solar LED Keychain ($12) is a handy little solar-powered twin beam flashlight. This unique keychain flashlight has a built in solar cell and a Ni-Mh rechargeable battery that stores solar power. Provides three hours of continuous use when fully charged. Two super bright LED lights […]
BrentEvans Geek Tonic has a neat post about gadgets for dogs: Geek Out your Dog – Gadgets Made Just For Dogs Seen above is the red LEDs flashing Visiglo Lighted Leash ($16) which you can see a short video demonstration of here. To achieve the […]
The Party Chain ($15) keychain combines a flashlight and a universal infrared TV remote control with a bottle opener. The IC of the remote control collects 500 codes of TV sets. The major compatible TV set manufactures are listed on the website. (Via Red Ferret)