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World’s smallest fishing rod & reel pen

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2008

World’s smallest fishing rod & reel pen
If you’re an outdoors kind of person, but don’t like to carry large gear, such as awkward and long fishing rods, this gadget is for you. It’s the smallest fishing rod in the world. Apparently, it actually has some quality to it. It’s made of stainless steel and polished aluminum. And guys take note, just because you have a small rod, doesn’t mean you can’t reel in a big fish.

They say it can catch a fish up to 4lbs in weight. When it’s all closed up it measures just 8 inches, but will extend to 37inches. It’s small and lightweight, perfect for the Bear Grylls type to quickly catch dinner and continue adventuring. You can store it anywhere. Can hold 120 yds of 5lb line and comes with hooks and everything else you need to get started.

Star Wars fishing gear: For when the force won’t work

Posted in Star Wars by Conner Flynn on May 26th, 2008

Star Wars fishing gear: For when the force won’t work
The force works for all kinds of things. Everything from shooting a laser into the Death Star to lifting an X-wing out of a Dagobah swamp. But apparently, it won’t help you catch fish. That’s what this Star Wars fishing gear is for.

The fishing rod has a lightsaber handle(of course), and you can get a themed tackle box to go along with it. How about a Darth Vader fun net? That’s not a very tough product for Vader. One bit of advice, if you catch Jar-Jar, throw him back immediately. That guy is annoying as hell. Clumsy too.

The View-Master gains a clock

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on March 6th, 2008

View Master clock
Minnesota artist Debra Dresler decided to take a vintage 1950’s Viewmaster and reel and turn it into a clock. The result is an interesting art piece that would look great on any shelf. For those too young to have enjoyed the View Master, an explanation is in order. This old gadget allowed you to look through 2 eye pieces and view slides, which rotated round on a disc. To view the next image you would pull down the lever and the disc rotated to the next image.

The clock hands are in the center of the image reel on this modified viewmaster and it takes just 1 AA battery which will power the clock for several months. But can you use it as a clock AND view reels at a cost of $145? I hope so.