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Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer

Posted in Clocks by Conner Flynn on November 9th, 2009

Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor ThermometerHere’s yet another time and temperature device. By now you would think that everyone has this info at their fingertips, but I guess not. The Elements Atomic Projection Alarm Clock with Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer is just what it sounds like.

From Oregon Scientific, this clock will automatically set itself to your location within the US, even making adjustments for Daylight Savings Time without you having to do anything. It also sports a projection feature for night time clock reading fun. It will project details like time, weather and alarm on nearly any surface.

Brando Rota-Rota Hub: USB, card reader & thermometer

Posted in USB by Conner Flynn on March 23rd, 2009

Brando Rota-Rota Hub: USB, card reader & thermometerThe latest combination gadget from Brando is the Rota-Rota USB hub that combines three swiveling USB ports, readers for most flash memory formats and…two thermometers? It does have a nice vintage car style thing happening.

Sure, you may have some extra USb ports already. Maybe even a card reader, but I bet you don’t have a thermometer on your desk. C’mon, it must be important to know how hot or cold it is on your desk, to some of you right? For $15 you can have your answer.

LED Bath Light does it all

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on November 6th, 2008

LED Bath Light does it allThe LED Bath Light seems to do it all and then some. This device functions as a flashlight, a candle, a rave machine (For when you have company in the tub and are sucking on pacifiers?), and it’s smart enough to pull thermometer duty as well so you won’t burn yourself accidentally in the bath.

But thats not all. It also comes with an LED light to make your bath time soothing and relaxing. It has several modes to suit any situation, so if you want to use it for other things you can. It’s just a concept, but damn if I don’t want to bath with this thing now.

Digital Thermometer Pan makes for perfect pancakes

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2008

Digital Thermometer Pan makes for perfect pancakesMaking Pancakes is trickier then it seems. If your temperature is too low you’ve got a long wait for that perfect pancake. If the temp is too high, you’re gonna burn them. It’s part instinct and part science. But it helps to have a pan that will tell you the precise temperature. After all, once the guesswork is taken out of the equation, all that’s left to do is make some perfect pancakes and eat.

Getting the temperature just right is the true secret of cooking. This Digital Thermometer Pan shows you the exact temp of the middle of the pan, displayed on a removable readout in the handle. It will cost you $50. Completely worth it for that perfect breakfast. The pan is 7.8 inches in diameter, and we’re hoping it shows up in a wide array of sizes.

USB Hub Calculator: Cheap & useful

Posted in Calculators by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2008

USB Hub Calculator: Cheap & useful
I still can’t figure out why the calculator is making a comeback, but here’s yet another example of a new twist on the number crunching device. If the HP Quick calc isn’t enough or the keyboard calculator is too expensive, this USB Hub calculator has the added benefit of being a bit more useful.

Aside from the hub aspect, with 3 USB ports, it also has some other bonus features, like a 12/24 hour world clock with alarm, a calendar and a even a thermometer. And it’s only $19, so it won’t kill you in the wallet. If you absolutely need a calculator, it might as well have a few other functions.

Infant Pacifier Thermometer

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on June 11th, 2008

Infant Pacifier ThermometerTaking a baby’s temperature can be very frustrating, even dangerous if they’re moving around a ton. You could get one of those ear thermometers, but they’re expensive. Well, this item from Summer Infant is a Pacifier/Thermometer that works just by being in the child’s mouth.

Perfect if your kid is Maggie Simpson and you just can’t get her to do anything besides sucking on the pacifier. It’s simple, just insert in mouth and wait for the beep. Best of all it only costs $9.99

Musical SpongeBob digital thermometer

Posted in Thermometers by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2008

Musical SpongeBob digital thermometer
It never ceases to amaze me just how many SpongeBob related products are on the market. You would think his popularity would wane, but he must have nearly as many products as Star Wars by now. It also amazes me, how some of these products are not very well thought out.

For instance, this SpongeBob thermometer. It’s all cute and kid-like and la-de-da. It will even play music while being used. It actually plays the “SpongeBoob SquarePants Theme” which is all well and good, until you realize that this thermometer is for “oral, underarm AND rectal use”. Puts a whole other angle on any music playing cuteness. I mean really, is it weird for a kid to have a Spongebob’s head sticking out of his butt, playing the theme song? You tell me.


Bodygard 7-in-1 platinum emergency tool

Posted in Emergency Equipment by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2008

Bodygard 7-in-1 platinum emergency tool
If you’re the type who wants to be prepared for any eventuality, this Swiss Tech BodyGard Platinum 7-in-1 Multi-Function Emergency Tool may be your new best friend. Along with futuristic good looks, it sports an Automatic Glass Breaker, a Safety-Blade Seat Belt Cutter, Powerful Sonic Alarm, High Intensity High and Low Beam Bright White LED Flashlight, Digital Tire Gauge, a Thermometer and a Flashing Red Distress Light for Signaling and High Visibility.

It’s powered by lithium batteries. To summarize, if you are stuck in your car for some reason, it will allow you to break your window, then cut your seat-belt and get out. Once out of the vehicle, you can alert the whole area with the sonic alarm, while you check out your dark surroundings with the high intensity flashlight. While you are waiting for others to see what the hell the noise is all about, check your tires with the gauge and stick a thermometer in your tailpipe burger. You know, so you don’t get E-coli. Then just turn on the devices Red Distress Light and eat your dinner until help arrives. Yes, this device makes for an adventurous evening. I think I’ll get one.