Posts Tagged ‘water

Davis Key Buoy

19, Sep 2006

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The ultimate key fob for boaters! When keys fall in the water, Key Buoy self-inflating key ring opens up, releasing an air tube which inflates automatically. Within 30 seconds, your keys rise to the surface, and the 14″ (47 cm) inflated tube extends above the water, allowing you to reach over and pick them up.

Strong enough for items weighing up to 4.2 ounces (120 grams) such as keys, small tools, deck plate keys. Suitable for single use only, so keep a spare on hand!

The price of the Key Buoy is $6.99

If you want to buy Davis Key Buoy…

Blue LED Faucet Light

31, Aug 2006

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Tired of that same old monotonous water? Bored with water that doesn’t look like futuristic alien mouthwash? Need to make your midnight bathroom appointments more exhilarating? Then you need to get the blue LED faucet attachment. You can turn any faucet in your home into a streaming blue lagoon of techie-bliss in just minutes. How does it work? Just attach to the end of your faucet (universal adapters included), and when the water flows through the magic chamber, it simply turns on the blue LED array and illuminates the stream with a soothingly powerful crystal blue hue.

The price of the Blue LED Faucet Light is $12.99

If you wish to buy yourself a Blue LED Faucet Light…

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This is a beautifully detailed galleon complete with full rigging, skull and crossbone bedecked sails, gunnels bristling with canons, and even a “firing” canon in the prow, is if not quite The Black Pearl, at least the coolest and most original RC boat to hit the pond this century. The paintwork is wonderfully detailed and it all looks very rough and rustic, which belies it’s rather zippy turn of speed.

The Remote Controlled Pirate Ship is powered by twin props, there’s a button on the remote that makes the canon rise, emit a sort of banging noise and glow red – it doesn’t actually fire anything as that would probably choke fish and alarm any ducks in the area. At 41cm long it’s a mighty ship, with rigging, sails, gunnels, the whole malarkey – a wonderfully regressive step forward (if that’s at all possible) in RC fun.

The price of the Remote Controlled Pirate Ship is about $72.

For more images and information about the RC Pirate Ship..


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