Archive for March, 2008

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If you are a big Star Wars fan and are interested in DIY (Do it yourself) stuff you must not miss this cool product. The Star Wars DIY Force FX Lightsaber Kit is a must for every true Jedi, because it gives you the opportunity to build your own lightsaver the way you want it (or almost that way).

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The kit consists of one main saber unit with a tri-color blade (flip a switch and choose red, green, or blue – each with corresponding and different sound effects) and a slew of parts that let you assemble the saber you’ve always dreamed of. All the parts are based on actual screen-seen components, so your saber will look just like an awesome mashup of the real thing from the Star Wars movies. And the coolest part is, you don’t have to choose between being a Jedi or a Sith, because all you have to do to start walking on the light or the dark side is to flip a switch on the lightsaber and that is all it takes. Anyway don’t just fall in the hands of the dark side so easily…

DIY Kit Features
– Glowing blades ignites with realistic power-up/down effects (not as bright as other Force FX blades, but still awesome)!
– Authentic sound effects digitally recorded from the movie.
– Features four motion sensor controlled sound effects, Power-up, idle hum, clash, and power-down
– Sturdy blade is permanently attached to the hilt
– Tri-Color Blade (switch between: red, green, and blue)
– Over 1,000 possible assembly combinations

The Star Wars DIY Force FX Lightsaber Kit is available for $99.99

Don’t miss your chance to get a hold of at least one of these DIY Force FX Lightsaber Kits…

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What would you say for some cool sunglasses with a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera in them, that is hidden. Ok, maybe not exactly hidden, but the normal person wouldn’t think you’ve got a camera in your sunglasses (unless he’s seen these). The camera on one of the sides in the glasses is capable of capturing still images with a resolution of 1280×1024 pixels. The sunglasses also come with a handy RF remote-control that is needed to tell the camera when to take a picture, so it won’t be on all the time…

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These cool glasses come with high-quality and lightweight frame material and with UV400 polarized flip-up lens. The built-in polymer li-ion rechargeable battery provides you with a battery life of up to 9 hours if you are shooting 1 picture every minute. When you are done with the covert photo taking you can transfer the images to the PC with the help of the USB 2.0 interface trough a standard mini USB port (also used for recharging). As an additional feature the sunglasses also allow you to enjoy your favorite MP3 songs with the help of flexible earbuds, that you can easily remove off your ears when aren’t needed.

1.3 Megapixel Spy Camera Sunglasses are priced at $99.99

In order to buy these cool spy-style sunglasses…


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