Enjoy up to 30 hours of continuous playback on a full charge or approximately 1 hour for every 3 hours of solar charge. The stylish, thin design makes it easy to take with you to the kitchen, veranda or bathroom to experience full digital sound. Use Bluetooth to connect your smartphone or mobile device simply and easily from up to 10 meters away. Available from December.
In conjunction with the emergency earthquake / emergency broadcasting alert system in Japan, the LED in this this hand-cranked emergency flashlight will automatically turn on when an alert signal is received so you know where to find it when it’s needed most. Additional features include a USB port for charging your iPhone or Android device and a radio so you can stay abreast of the latest emergency alert information. The price is estimated to be around 6000JPY.
Armed with an integrated GPS, the solar-powered Astron line from Seiko will guarantee that wherever you are in the world, your watch will always be right on time. Corresponding with the worldwide release of this line, the Ginza Wako tower will be lit up in blue as a representation of the earth floating in space. One of the biggest challenges that Seiko had to overcome in the development of this watch, which is 10 years in the making, was making a GPS that didn’t require external power. Not to mention, the design is stylish and classy, exactly what you’d expect from Seiko.
Equipped with a power-assist mechanism to ease the burden on your hand, this handy little stapler infolds paper sheets to fasten without using staples so gone are the days of the staple-jam. The clear-plastic viewfinder allows you to easily avoid text while fastening either a corner or a side of the document while a distinct clicking sound will let you know that the job is complete. Scheduled for an August 30th release, it’s diminutive size of 33(W) × 83(D) × 74(H)mm fits perfectly in your hand and neatly in your desk when not in use.
Available at Gizmine.
Following the trend of reducing exposure to blue light as we’ve seen by optics manufacturers such as JINS!, this screen protector is capable of blocking 30% of blue light before it even crosses the surface of the display. Designed for the iPhone4/4S, the reason blue light is damaging to the eye is that it is not blocked by the cornea or the crystalline lens of the eye, meaning that it makes it all the way to the retina uninhibited. It has also been noted that long-term exposure to blue-light can cause insomnia. So get it now, before it’s too late.
For the eco-friendly hobbyist with a penchant for automobiles, PIUS has just announced the answer to your prayers. This electric kit-car is fully street-legal and comes in White, Red, Blue, Light Blue, Yellow and Silver. With a release set for Spring ’13, you’ve got plenty of time to clean that oil stain off your driveway for the last time.