A stylish alternative to binder clips. Klips are magnetic clips wrapped in leather. They come in two sizes and three colors. Because they’re magnetic, you can stick or tuck them in a variety of places. There’s also an optional dock to keep your Klips in place.
Mondo has a treat for your friendly neighborhood DJs and vinyl collectors. This officially licensed turntable accessory has two sides, both taken from Spidey’s 1966 costume by John Romita Sr.
Assuming you don’t keep a flash or a microphone in your camera’s hot shoe, this nifty gadget provides a new and easy way to carry your camera, with a sturdy quick-release aluminum handle that slides into that spot. It’s also great for stabilizing low-angle shots.
A USB charger for neat freaks. Eclipse can house up to three USB cables – three USB-A, or two USB-A and one USB-C – and delivers power at up to 3A. It reveals the cables and lights up with a press of its touch-sensitive lid, and can be placed on a table or wall mounted.
An affordable dumb terminal for Android devices. The Superbook weighs 2lb and has an 11.6″ 1366 x 768 screen, a multitouch trackpad, a keyboard with Android keys, a USB Type-C port, and a battery that lasts up to 8h that also charges your device.
Peel-and-stick spoke reflectors that are incredibly thin, light and tough. Flectr has thousands of reflective prisms to ensure visibility, and its aerodynamic form will not flap, move or make noise even at high speeds. There’s also a wheel magnet variant.
A protective pouch that fits most Mirrorless and DSLR cameras. The Camera Base Layer’s unique construction has a wide mouth to accommodate your camera, and a quick release buckle that sheds the pouch in under a second. It also has an integrated rain fly.
A 7″ tablet designed to bring old vehicles up to speed with modern features found in newer cars, such as hands-free calling, music streaming, voice-activated navigation, a backup camera, collision warning, vehicle diagnostics and more.
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