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St. Louis Aerial Clock Radio is awesomely antique

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on December 16th, 2008

St. Louis Aerial Clock Radio is awesomely antiqueYou have to love these antique designed radios. And it looks all the better for not having an iPod dock. The St Louis Aerial Clock Radio was inspired by airplane cockpit controls of the 1920’s. The radio has toggle switches and a tuning dial that lights up.

Probably the most interesting feature is that it displays the time in 4 separate circular digital windows. It’s constructed of Steel and plastic and will only play AM/FM channels. Not a single input for you MP3 player, which is pretty refreshing. The Aerial Clock Radio retails for £49.95, which is a bargain for this kind of design.

Revolver Ring is a seriously small gun

Posted in Weapons by Conner Flynn on November 28th, 2008

Revolver Ring is a seriously small gunThese miniature gun rings won’t kill, but they may make your wedding vows a little more serious. Because when you and your spouse each have one of these, arguments end very quickly. While they would make interesting conversation pieces, I wouldn’t wear one to the airport. These rings come with tiny bullets that you can put in the chamber, which we hope is non-functional.

The gun is modeled after antique wild west revolvers and presumably would have been great for women on the frontier to protect themselves, as well as Mini-me. It’s a nicely crafted and tiny weapon.

Antique Vampire killing kit

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2008

Antique Vampire killing kitUsually our focus is on shiny new gadgetry, but let’s not forget gadgets of old. In this case a Vampire killing kit that has likely put to rest one hell of a lot of undead mo-fos in it’s time. This 200-year-old vampire killing kit was recently sold at an auction in Missisippi, where the bid ended at a staggering $14,850! That’s a pretty expensive way to kill a Vampire.

In the kit you get such useful tools as: A cross, Bible, Hand gun and silver bullets(In case you get confused and set out after a Werewolf), Holy oils, Holy water, Mirrors, Candles, Garlic, Wood and metal stakes. I’m not sure who the buyer was, but I’m guessing some vampire in Mississippi is in for some serious pain.

Old meets new: Rolleiflex digital camera

Posted in Digital Cameras by Conner Flynn on March 21st, 2008

Old meets new: Rolleiflex Digital Camera
Some of us love antiques and at the same time appreciate modern gadgets. With this one, you get the best of both worlds. It’s designed to look like the Rolleriflex 2.8F, but it’s really modern technology. With this kind of camera, you hold it at about your chest and look down into the lens and take the picture. It’s all automatic, except the crank which is used to ready the camera for the next shot.

It’s only 3″ tall and the viewfinder is a 1.1 inch TFT. It will take miniSD cards as well. Sadly, it’s only 3mp, so it’s not the best quality camera (They probably should have given it at least 8mp). Regardless of the quality, it will surely get some conversation started. It will cost you $400. It certainly has looks.