Dismember-Me Plush Zombie

October 31, 2008

The Dismember-Me Plush Zombie begs to be torn limb from limb. After all he is a decaying re-animated corpse turned into irresistible cuddly plush. Rip off an arm… he doesn’t mind. Tear him in half.. he’ll barely notice. Pull off his legs… ok now he’s getting a bit annoyed. Steal his brain… now you’ve really done it.
Happy Halloween!

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Wi-Fi Detector Shirt

July 11, 2008

You can display the current wi-fi signal strength to yourself and everyone around you with this Wi-Fi Detector Shirt. The glowing bars on the front of the shirt dynamically change as the surrounding wi-fi signal strength fluctuates. Finally you can get the attention you deserve as others bow to you as their reverential wi-fi god, while geeky chicks swoon at your presence.

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Utili-Key 6-in-1 Tool

July 10, 2008

The lightest, most compact multiple tool ever developed! Easily closes to attach to any key ring, making it very easy to carry. This multi tool consist of a semi-serrated knife blade, a micro flat and a phillips head screwdriver, an eyeglass screwdriver and a bottle opener. Cool!

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You know R2D2 is a multipurpose tool long ago in a galaxy more happening than our own… but did you know he can grind pepper too?

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Sardine Can Survival Kit

March 18, 2008

This sardine can includes one of each of the following items: non-aspirin pain reliever, adhesive bandage, alcohol prep pad, antibiotic ointment, book of matches, compass, chewing gum, sugar, salt, energy nugget, duct tape, fire starter cube, first aid instructions, fish hook & line, note paper, pencil, razor blade, safety pin, reflective signal surface, tea bag, waterproof bag, whistle, and wire clip. No Sardine…

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I saw this in Takashimaya in Singapore Orchard. I think it cost about SGD39.90. This R/C R2-D2 Action Figure is like a Star Wars fanboy’s wet dream come true. The size of a regular action figure, this tiny droid is fully controllable from the included lightsaber remote. Authentic R2-D2 sounds, turning head and red LED eye complete the package. No more playing with your old skool Star Wars figures by shaking them and talking in a funny voice, this is the real deal…

Thinkgeek says these mini R/C R2-D2s come directly from Japan and are fully licensed by Lucasfilm, so I assume the price is still okay for any Star Wars fan. Ignore the Japanese instructions and simply flip the switches on the back of the R2 and the remote to get things going. Button style batteries are included.

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For the old gamers, the ‘wanna look cool’ geek, and ‘the no idea what I am wearing but its nice’ public. Simply pop two AAA batteries into the concealed pack, push a button and voila! Amazing animated glowing old skool gaming on your chest. The two automated computer players are very talented and never seem to miss a shot… but you might want to watch for several hours just to be sure.

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Rotating Earth Watch

February 1, 2007


This Seiko Earth watch contains a small rotating 3D Earth instead of having boring old hands and just like the real Earth it does a full rotation in a counter clockwise direction over the space of 24 hours.

The watch is made out of light weight titanium and to tell the time there is a small time zone indicator for the hour and a “small orange dot” to indicate the minutes. USD500 and the earth rotates for 10years before you need to replace earth’s battery…

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History refresh: Bluetooth is named after a 10th century king of Denmark who enjoyed eating blueberries a bit too much, resulting in blue stained teeth. Harold “Bluetooth” Gormson helped to unite Sweden, Norway, and Denmark much like the way Bluetooth helps to unite your wireless gadgets under a single standard. And did we mention that the Bluetooth logo is composed of the rune characters representing his initials – H and B. (Thanks Thinkgeek, I had forgotten that it was meaningful)

Great! Thinkgeek has upgraded the retro handset with bluetooth. Actually I find that the retro handset to be very ergonomical… good for people who has evolved their necks into an extra hand. Now with bluetooth sans phone cord… a winner!

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