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Blockbuster Express Kiosks test $2.99 a night rentals

Posted in movies by Conner Flynn on December 8th, 2010

Poor Blockbuster will try anything to keep up with Netflix. With movie studios keeping new release DVDs and Blu-ray discs out of instant rentals for 28 days after release, Blockbuster has come up with a way to hopefully bolster DVD/BD sales.

Some studios have relaxed those terms a bit as the DVDs for Warner Bros’ Inception and 20th Century Fox’s Knight and Day are being offered by NCR’s Blockbuster Express kiosks, rented for a $2.99/night rate. Will it pay off?

Adjustable Grill Light for that midnight barbecue

Posted in Outdoors by Conner Flynn on April 11th, 2010

Sure, in an ideal world, you wouldn’t need a light for your grill, since most of us prefer to grill during the day. But some of us have to work and can’t even get to the grill until the sun goes down.

That’s where this Adjustable Clamp Grill light comes in handy, shedding a spotlight on your burgers and hot dogs. It’s made of heat and weather resistant high-density plastic, with 15 bright, energy saving LED lights that swivel 180 degrees.

Night Owl iGen Night Vision camera

Posted in Night Vision by Conner Flynn on January 18th, 2009

Night Owl iGen Night Vision cameraIf you’re looking for a monocular that can capture images in complete darkness, look no further. Whether searching for Owls or just plain being a perv of some sort, the Night Owl iGen Night Vision Camera is the world’s only night scope that can also take pictures. The device features a 330′ field of view, 650X ambient light amplification, a CCD/Micro-display system for enhanced viewing, and a standard secure digital memory card storage.

The pictures are black and white and get saved onto an SD Memory Card. What I want to know is what motivates people to go out in the bitter cold dead of night and snap pics. Are you guys really finding anything that exciting? It’s not like you’ve obtained proof of Bigfoot or aliens.

LED hose nozzle for night gardening

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2008

LED hose nozzle for night gardeningIt’s better to water your plants in the evening, when the sun isn’t beating down on them. That way the water doesn’t evaporate right away and the ground can soak up as much as it needs. So that means you need to garden in the dark, but how are you supposed to see what’s going on?

With an LED garden hose of course. This garden hose nozzle has a light on it, so you can see exactly where you’re spraying. It doubles as a defensive weapon as well, should you see an intruder among your plants and vegetables. You’ll be able to see them run away when you spray them.

reviveLITE charges your iPhone, wards off monsters

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on December 4th, 2008

reviteLITE charges your iPhone, wards off monstersThis is truly an odd combo. An iPhone charger paired with that age old way of keeping monsters at bay, a night-lite. It’s a great idea. Should the lite fail for any reason, you can call for help with the monsters. They should have had this when we were kids.

The reviveLITE will certainly make you feel confident enough to sleep with your foot out of the covers and danging over the edge of the bed. It was developed by Scosche Industries, and will charge any and all iPods and iPhones. All you have to do is plug it into a wall outlet and you are safe. The darkness coming from your open closet is a whole other story.

Butt-on protects you from the dark with glowing cheeks

Posted in Lamps by Conner Flynn on October 23rd, 2008

Butt-on protects you from the dark with glowing cheeksIt’s as if a mild mannered tiny person accidentally sat in a vat of uranium, became a superhero with a glowing butt and burrowed into your wall socket defending you against the darkness. Pinch on. Squeeze off. It’s the cheekiest night light ever. The only way it gets better is if it released an array of scents and made fart jokes. It’s a concept by designer Ashish Chaudhary.

Sweat Alarm alerts you to night time heat

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

Sweat Alarm alerts you to night time heatThis odd device in the form of a fugly watch is for those who sweat a lot during a deep sleep. It’s worn on your wrist or ankle, usually with comments from your other half like, “What the hell is that?” or “How much of OUR money did it cost you strap that ugliness to your ankle?”. Which is followed by something being thrown at you and you sleeping on the couch.

The idea is that it vibrates and wakes you up when it detects you sweating during sleep. I guess it doesn’t occur to some people to sleep without blankets. And doesn’t your body naturally wake you when you are too hot? I’m calling BS on this device and if you buy it your wife should knee you in the nuts.