Sep 122013

Snapzoom - The Universal Smartphone Scope Adapter
Snapzoom is a cool universal smartphone mount that turns ordinary binoculars in super telephoto lenses. The mount is compatible with most smartphones on the market regardless the manufacturer or the operating system (Android, iPhone, Windows Mobile). Basically, Snapzoom “connects and aligns a smartphone camera with the eyepiece of an optical scope. The scope then becomes an accessory lens, and the smartphone camera’s image is magnified by the power of the scope. For example, the iPhone 5’s camera is equivalent to a 33mm lens field of view. Adding a Snapzoom and the average 10x power binocular increases the size of the image to a 330mm lens field of view.”

Snapzoom successfully finished a Kickstarter funding campaign and is in production mode with delivery dates set for October 2013.

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Sep 102013

WiFlux - The Wallet Sized Wireless Smartphone Charger

Wallet sizedWirelessExtended Battery … Those are three words we rarely see together in the same phrase. But now, thanks to WiFlux, we get a cool chance to see that we can finally get wireless power to charge our smartphones while we’re on the go – also check the credit card sized backup battery (while not wireless, it still does a great job when you need some extra power)

The WiFlux features a 850mAh extended Lithium Polymer battery, an inductive coil and charging circuitry designed to charge your smartphone without wires, all packed in a credit card sized package (that’s about 5mm thick). This qualifies WiFlux to be included in the Wallet Gear collection. The wireless WiFlux is presently compatible with the Samsung Galaxy S series (S2, S3 and S4) as well as with the iPhone 4, 4S and iPhone 5 models.

So, if you’re in need of a wireless extended battery for your smartphone, you can support the WiFlux project on Indiegogo and make sure the project gets funded. The first batch of WiFlux extended batteries are set to be delivered by the end of February 2014.

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Sep 092013

iDentity for iMac by Apple - Customized Designs For Your iMac
The iDentity is a simple minimalistic yet effective way to personalize your iMac. Made of solid aerospace grade aluminum (just as the you iMac), the iDentity has no moving parts, adhesives or screws – it uses a magnetic field to “stick” to you iMac – also check the iMac Wooden Keyboard Cover and the LowKey iMac USB Stand.

The iDentity comes in a variety of vibrant anodized colors, works on all iMacs since mid-2009 (including both “Thick” and “Thin” models) and is available for both 21.5-in and 27-in iMac versions. Another cool thing about the iDentity is that you can customize it with your own logo or design.

The iDentity is in project stage at Kickstarter and you can secure one at an early bird price of $35 (the regular price once the project is funded will be $50).

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Sep 032013

Pressy - The Magic Button Your Ever Wanted For Your Android Smartphone

Pressy is a physical button that attaches to your Android phone (via the headset 3.5 mm plug) and allows you to run various preset apps and functions. Just think about it … how many clicks and swipes do you need to snap a picture, to fire the flashlight, to make a call or to make a quick voice recorded memo?

Pressy can be configured via a free Android app to make any of these tasks (and many more) via short and long button press sequences. Another cool Pressy feature is that when you plug in your headphones (BTW – Pressy comes with a cool keychain which allows you to safely store it while listening your favorite tunes), the multifunctional button on your headphones wire becomes the Pressy app activator and behaves in the same way as the original plug.

Pressy is in project stage over at Kickstarter and already reached the funding limit. You can secure one for an early bird price of $17 US. Delivery is scheduled for March 2014.

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Sep 022013

EasyGimbal - The 3-Axis Handheld Stabilizer For GoPro Cameras
GoPro action cameras are great to record 1st person movies with one’s adventures! But what happens if someone wants to use them as handheld cameras and record family events using them? Well … not much – they’re still great cameras and I am sure the recorded movie will be just as good (if not better) than any vid filmed with any of the latest handheld camera on the market.

But what if you want more than that? What if you want to use your GoPro camera to capture professional looking movies (smooth recording, no shaky footage)?

The EasyGimbal is what will help you do just that. While the EasyGimbal will not transform you into a Quentin Tarantino instantly, it will help mechanically stabilizing your camera so you can freely move around and focus on recording the event.

The EasyGimbal is a handheld stabilizer designed to fit your GoPro Hero 3 camera. The stabilizer mechanically compensates your moves in all 3-axis (it will pan, tilt and roll the camera) to allow you record smooth video footage. EasyGimbal is smaller and lighter than traditional stabilizers, and, being based on position adjusting motors and not on weights as the older generation stabilizers, it does not require any balancing to operate. Basically you hook it up to your GoPro 3 camera and you’re ready to roll.

The EasyGimbal is in project stage on KickStarter and you can secure one for an early bird price of $599.

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Aug 292013

Musguard - The Rollable Bike Fender

Musguard is a quality minimalistic solution designed to protect your back when bike riding on wet and muddy roads. The fender is made of strong, durable recyclable polypropylene plastic (PP), only weights 1.2 oz (35 grams), requires no tools for mounting and it’s invisible when not in use (the fender rolls around your bike’s frame).

The Musguard just finished a successful funding campaign on Kickstarter and it’s available for pre-ordering.

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Aug 282013

Ring Clock - The Time Telling Piece Of Jewelry

If you liked the jewelry-watch combination but you were not impressed by the CST-01 Wristwatch Bracelet and the Watch Cufflinks hold your breath … there’s another jewelry-gadget coming your way!

The Ring Clock was designed by Gusztav Szikszai back in 2011 and finally started it’s way to the production line.

The Ring Clock is a clever waterproof watch that can be worn on your finger, like any other ring. It’s made of surgical stainless steel and features 144 ultrathin mono-color leds (available in blue or orange) that show the actual time.
The ring watch shows the time by rotating it’s three bands (hours, minutes and seconds) to display the actual time on the upper side of the ring and it is powered by a rechargeable 6mAh battery with a running time of around one week (15 times activations per day) or two hours of constant use. The time can be set and the battery can be charged wireless via the Qi charging pad included with the purchase.

The only thing we’re not crazy about is that the battery is not replaceable. I can’t imagine falling in love with this beauty and after 3 years having to throw it away because the battery life ran down. Other than this (which I have a felling will be addressed soon) the Ring Clock is a classy head turner time telling jewelry piece which will make you stand apart of the pack.

The Ring Clock is in project stage at Indiegogo and you can secure one for an early bird price of $185. The delivery is scheduled for April 2014.

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