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ColorWare Grip for iPad

Posted in iPad by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2010

Normally all Colorware does is spiffy up your gadgets with new coats of paint, but now they have gone and actually created a genuine product. The ColorWare Grip for iPad.

Yes, it makes your iPad look all silly, like a kid’s toy. The idea is that it lets you carry your iPad safely and securely with custom ColorWare colors of course. The case is made of aircraft-grade aluminum with a fitted handle.

Helix gaming grip turns your iPhone / iPod touch into a Tie-Fighter

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2009

Chances are that the current iPhone and iPod touch steering wheels still don’t have your attention. Maybe PosiMotion’s recently announced Helix gaming grip will be the one for you. It’s ideal for “virtually any game,” and as a bonus, it puts your device into the cockpit of a mini Tie-Fighter.

The Helix will house your iPhone or iPod touch in either portrait or landscape mode, with a “grip-enhancing” soft-touch coating to keep your hands from slipping.

Get a grip on your DSi with the Cyber DSi Game Grip

Posted in Nintendo DSi by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2009

Get a grip on your DSi with the Cyber DSi Game GripI can only guess that this grip is designed for those whose palms get all sweaty when playing the DSi. And you wouldn’t want to drop your expensive portable, now would you? Well, the Cyber DSi Game Grip will keep it firmly in hands.

It even provides enough space to store another game cartridge on the back with an SD memory card. It’s currently available in Japan, but if you have a severe case of sweaty palm you could always import one.

Snobootz offer a better grip on ice

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on February 15th, 2009

Snobootz offer a better grip on iceSnobootz work like a jacket that you wrap around your tires. They have metal cleats that can dig into ice, and the maker claims that they are easier to put on and remove than chains. The doughnut-shaped casing of laminated fabrics is smoother and lighter than chains, so once fitted, the rubber composite design is safe on your tires.

You’ll pay for the design though. They are available for $200 to $250 each. Then again if they keep you from freezing your butt off, they are well worth it.

iPhone Hand Grip charger makes you work for a full battery

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2008

iPhone Hand Grip charger makes you work for a full batterySometimes going green can be a real pain. Take this green concept for instance. This iPhone hand grip charger will give you Hulk hands before you even get a full battery. Great for a hand workout, but you’d have to be pretty dedicated to your iPhone to stick with it.

This concept is called “You can work it out” and it was designed by Mac Funamizu, who must have huge beefy clown hands and an always working iPhone. Apple should offer some accessories like this ala Wii Fit. Various exercise gadgets to power up Apple products owned by the obese. It would be green and lean. That’s the slogan right there.

Finger Grip Socket Set turns your finger into a socket

Posted in Tools by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2008

Finger Grip Socket Set turns your finger into a socketJust how much torque can your finger generate anyway? If you order the Finger Grip Socket Set for $19.99 I guess you’ll find out. I don’t think you’ll be doing anything heavy duty like rebuilding an engine.

It’s a finger-mounted tool that nuts and bolts fit into. You’ll get 10 US sizes (3/16″ to 9/16″) and 10 metric sizes (6mm to 15mm). Even works with your gloves on in cold weather, though they probably should have mounted the tools straight on a glove in the first place. This thing takes working with your hands to a whole new level.

Tankgrip lets motorcycle passengers get a grip

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on June 19th, 2008

TankgripAnyone who has ridden a motorcycle knows that the person on the back can feel uncomfortable when you are in motion because sport bikes typically have no handles for the rear passenger to grab. When riding with your girlfriend its cool for her to wrap her arms around your waist, but other times waist holding isn’t so cool. When your boys want to go for a ride and you don’t trust them with your bike alone, it’s not so cool to have them hugging you.

A guy from Belgium has come up with a solution called the Tankgrip. The designer says the prototype took 4 months to build and ended up looking like a telephone handle on the tank of the bike. In the end he came up with a pair of handles that attach to the tank of a sport bike with a streamlined shape.