Tech Gadgets Tested

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We love tech gadgets around the Steven and Chris office. So after scouring the web for the latest finds, we put them to the test. Here's how they can make your life easier!

The Gadgetree Bluetooth Gloves

Gadgetree Bluetooth Gloves

These innovative Bluetooth gloves allow you to talk on your phone while it’s in your pocket and use your hands as a handset instead, saving them from frost bite! It's a simple solution to staying warm while staying connected. Bluetooth technology is integrated into a glove that can be used to -20°C comfortably.

Dolly for iPhone

Dolly for iPhone

Create captivating cinematic videos and panning shots using your iPhone/iPod touch or other mobile devices like the GoPro. This allows you to take smooth tracking shots on any flat surface, giving your video a look and feel that's fit for the big screen.

Gadgetree Shooting Alarm Clock

Gadgetree Shooting Alarm Clock

Get out of bed with a bang! This unique shooting alarm clock features a built-in target range that will help wake you in a hurry.

When the alarm goes off, the target range pops up, and you must use the gun to hit the target to turn it off. There are two modes - choose normal mode and you only need one direct shot to turn the alarm off. If you are up for the challenge, hard mode requires five direct hits to silence the alarm.

Cell Phone Jail

Cell Phone Jail

Just turn off everyone's cell phone, mobile gaming or other portable electronic devices and place them in the Cell Lock-Up™.This 7-inch cube looks like a jail cell and has a bunk bed so cellphones and the like can double up.Set the timer and enjoy undisturbed quality time.If anyone gets antsy and tries to spring their phone out of the slammer before it's served its time, a break-out alarm barks "Alert! Alert! Break-out in progress."

 

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