Answering your iPhone while being charged can be quite an inconvenience and impossible if its docked. unless you have a Bluetooth headset paired with it. understanding this, a Japanese manufacturer came up with a novel idea: an iPhone dock that comes with a receiver, known as the PhoneXPhone. yea, receiver. you know those fixed line phone receiver? designed to look like a typical fixed line phone, the PhoneXPhone spots a receiver for answering calls which connects to the base via the curly telephone cord. while your iPhone is in the cradle, you can still use the phone’s functions such as text messaging and other apps. the iPhone function through the receiver via a 3.5mm jack connected to the PhoneXPhone. when using the PhoneXPhone, your iPhone touchscreen functions as the keypad on a fixed line phone.
The umbrella is shaped like a wine bottle- the bottle neck is the umbrella handle, whilst the umbrella canopy is housed in the bottle itself. The lightweight bottle shaped container prevents rainwater from spilling out and wetting other possessions as the umbrella is used throughout the day, so the design is functional as well as stylish! AND it fits back into the bottle so easily and is beautifully light and will fit in your handbag – perfect!
Measure 4.5×1.5 cm, with batteries included(AG13 button cell battery), designed to look and behave like a real bug, Nano is actually a very cool little robot that uses the physics of vibration to propel itself along and explore its environment. It runs, it skitters in all directions, it flips over and then pops back on its feet. There s no telling what Nano will do next! Having said that, catching this bugger could prove to be harder than a regular bug, and spraying insecticide does not work!
This giant eyeballs blink in a very realistic manner and can be attached just about anywhere using the included suction cups and hooks. An infrared signal between the eyes helps the shutter mechanism to function in perfect sync. Each eyeball is around 3 inches wide and 2 inches deep. The only other requirement is six AAA size batteries which need to be purchased separately. The kit also includes decoration sheets, hooks and cups for suction. The decorating sheets may be used to give tears or eyebrows to your blinking eyeballs thus letting you give different emotions to the surface they are attached to. The electronic blinking eyeballs will not only impress young children, but it can also bring a new life to almost any object in your home, from cupboards to your workstation.
They say the truth hurts, but with this lie detector, it fibbing that causes pain. Strap your suspect hand onto the handplate and ask a few control questions so the built-in computer can analyze the responses. They may get away with a few white lies at first, but if they lie once your interrogation is fully underway, the results can be truly shocking. Literally! There are two shock levels “high and low” plus light and sound effects.
The online craze nowadays is Happy Farm (or Farmville in the US) where you’re given a virtual farm and you plant stuff. It’s a great concept for people who always wanted to try their hand at farming but never wanted to get dirt in their nails. But what if you wanted to do some real farming, there just wasn’t enough room in your studio apartment or closet? Now with this DIY Mini Farm Keychain, you can bring the farm to you. This package comes with different seeds for the seasons depending on what you’re in the mood for and all the necessary tools you need to help your plant grow. The best part is that you can carry the plant with you on your keys or mobile phone. Some seeds take 15 days while others can take up 20 days so you and your friends can watch it grow.
The camera has a unique appearance with a pair of vertically arranged lenses. This camera makes photography fun again. The upper lens is used to set the view angle and focus, while the bottom lens is use to take the actual photographs. Hold the camera against your chest and look down to set the viewfinder. You can take unique vertical angle pictures.
Our colour changing umbrellas come printed with special ink, white when dry, that comes to life when in contact with water. Why would you buy a normal umbrella again? At best you will look cool, at worst you will confuse a generation of children into thinking rainbows are leaking colour from the sky.