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BucketVac turns 5 gallon buckets into Wet/Dry Vacs

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 31st, 2009

BucketVac turns 5 gallon buckets into Wet/Dry VacsHere’s a great way to clean up all of your wet and dry messes around the shop or garage, without having to have a dedicated wet/dry vac taking up unnecessary space. The BucketVac snaps on to just about any standard 5 gallon bucket and turns it into a receptacle for all of your messes.

The vacuum weighs about 7 pounds and has a “commercial grade serviceable motor.” If you have some spare buckets and have nothing to do with them, the BucketVac should hit store shelves sometime before the end of the 4Q of 2009.

Thanko Cooler USB Keyboard

Posted in Keyboards by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2008

Thanko Cooler USB Keyboard
The way I see it, if sweaty palms are a problem for you, you can either keep a rosin bag next to your keyboard like Baseball pitchers use or you can get yourself a keyboard with air vents. Thanko has just such a keyboard, so stop being nervous and sweating through your hands already.

The Thanko Cooler USB keyboard works just like those bowling lane machines, with air vents to keep your hands dry. The built-in fan has a switch so you can turn it off whenever you don’t need it. Not sure how loud it is, but it will cost you $62.

Waterproof PSP bath bag will make you wrinkly

Posted in PSP by Conner Flynn on April 24th, 2008

Waterproof PSP bath bag will make you wrinkly
Possibly one of the most ridiculous things I’ve seen in quite some time, this is basically a fancy ziplock bag. A fancy ziplock bag that keeps your PSP dry so you can play it while taking a bath and getting all wrinkly.

I’m not sure why they are trying to sell you a sandwich bag that you can get anywhere. Then again, this one has that fancy drawstring at the top. Why not just put the PSP down long enough to get in the water and actually get clean with some soap. Your friends and loved ones will thank you.

Hands-free umbrella will keep you dry

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on February 21st, 2008

Hands-free umbrella will keep you dry
Do you carry an Umbrella when it rains? Many people don’t bother, because they know they will get just as wet whether they carry one or not. There’s just no point to it. That’s where the Nubrella comes in. It wants to protect you from the rain the way an umbrella should, protecting your head from all sides. It’s like your own personal transparent pod.

Another plus is that this umbrella doesn’t require any hands, which is good, because you usually have your hands full. There is a downside: This sort of thing is socially unacceptable and you will be mocked. But hey, you can be mocked, I don’t mind. It will pave the way for the rest of us to use it one day. You can pick one up for $60.