Category Archives: Travel Gadgets

Love Mini-Clutch Speaker by Stell̩e Audio

The Mini-Clutch Speaker offers the best in sound quality and design. It effortlessly pairs with any Bluetooth-enabled device, has a built-in speakerphone for hands-free calls, opens to reveal a mirror, has a pocket for daily essentials, can connect to non-Bluetooth devices via aux-in jack and if your phone is running out of battery, it can charge any USB enabled device.

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Railay Bongo Bamboo Wood Speaker

Bongo was inspired by places. New York, Shanghai, Venice Beach, Wellfleet. We love to travel and we wanted to create a product that would travel with us. Bongo is a 100% bamboo speaker that uses Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to your phone. Phenomenal sound quality, beautiful design and the best value in the market makes Bongo a truly unique product. Bongo was built for active lifestyles; travel, the park, the beach, the hotel room, wherever you go, Bongo provides the soundtrack.

Plays music wirelessly for up to 15 hours of playback at a 30 foot range
1.5″ powered drivers using rare earth magnets and 1.75″ isolated passive bass radiators (rear).
100% natural bamboo shell
Vintage Linen Speaker Cloth
Light & Portable with Speakerphone Function

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Lomography Oktomat Camera

Swing your head around and imagine your two eyes multiplying into 8 winking-in-a-2.5-second-serial succession. You, my friend, have tasted only the very beginning of the Lomography Oktomat Compact 35mm Camera with 8 Serial Lenses pleasure. With one touch of the shutter button, this camera’s 8 tiny lenses fire in turn, creating a multi-frame mini photo vignette. Upload your masterpiece to lomography.com and create a full-action MiniMovie! Uses standard 35mm film and standard processing.

Take a Look Around and Set the Scene
Inspiration and the proper mind set are the first orders of business. Isolate your subject from the swirling image-mess around you. Now don’t be shy–Oktomat’s brick shape and wee mechanics are charming enough to make even a surly chap smile. Go on with yourself as if Oktomatic photography is an uncontrollable reflex–something which your brain does not choose, but initiates with its own will.

Fire! and the Oktographic Story Board
SHOOT!! And 8 “clacks” later your subject is cleanly sliced into 8 little frames, boiled, and served. It’s no Hollywood feature, but believe us, 8 frames can tell quite a tale. Envision yourself as a movie director on the world’s tightest budget–armed with 8 scenes and 2.5 seconds to relate your micro-masterpiece. Among the many possibilities, you might grab an Oktographic snippet from: your best friend’s romp in the park, a parade of pugs, the very moment that she said “yes,” big Charlie’s unfortunate bicycle lesson, passionate hedgehogs, or a boozy sea-cruise. Whatever the occasion, choose your scenes, motivate your cast, and coordinate your cinematography into a print-bound and Oscar-worthy Oktomatic vignette.

Okto-Kino and The Lomographic Brain Trust
Your fresh-from-the-lab shots require one addition to reach their full potential–a potent injection of Oktographic animation. Upload them to the OKTO-KINO application to Lomography web site, pop into your folding director’s chair, grab some butter-slathered popcorn and peel your eyes as your Oktomatic images are instantly transformed into live-action 8-frame cinema. And, by all means, don’t keep this little screening all to yourself–it’s a solemn Lomographic duty to share your images with the other maniacs in our online community.

What’s in the Box

Lomography Oktomat camera, hand strap, multi-lingual instructions, and full documentation.

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Clutch Boost Purse

It’s the 21st century and we all like to indulge in long leisurely phone calls, take reckless selfies and generally Tweet and Instagram the night away. One day our smartphone batteries will be able to accommodate these vital pursuits; but until they do, you need to keep your devices conscious with the Clutch Boost Purse.

This stylish and powerful fashion accessory is made from high-quality PU leather and houses a handy, detachable battery-pack – a reliable 2600mAh Samsung lithium-ion battery pack, with a brushed-aluminium finish no less.

It comes with both micro-USB and Lightning cable adaptors so you can fully juice up just about any new Android or Apple device. Most important of all, it’s incredibly roomy inside, with a spacious zip pocket so it’ll hold your phone, keys, deodorant and other precious lint.

At last, you can keep your devices charged without compromising on style.

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Vino2Go Portable Wine Glass

The Vino2Go is a double-wall, insulated travel cup perfect for pool parties, picnics and anyone interested in imbibing on the move.

Featuring an acrylic wine ‘glass’ with a floating stem, the Vino2Go maintains an ideal temperature without condensation, while the silicone lid stops serious spills and pesky bugs from dive-bombing your booze.

Available in a host of colours, it’s great for when you want to wet your whistle without the unwieldy wineglass, and drinking from the bottle isn’t appropriate.

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BigFish Line 3 Speed Nexus CN4 Folding Bike

Its so simple, anyone can do it. There is no need to memorize the folding order. Smart Folding Technology allows the bike to be folded intuitively, in any sequence. Smart Folding Technology is an innovative button-release that makes folding the bike simple, quick and fun. Specifically designed to give you the freedom to do and see more. The most advanced form of simple!

Features:
Intuitive Folding Capability
Full-Size Bike Geometry
Slim Design
Weeling mobility
Asymmetric Handlebar Technology
Vinyl Seat Cover
Weight capacity: 220 lbs

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Ramen Spoon & Fork

Designed for MoMA by Masami Takahashi and originally created for use at the popular Sugakiya ramen noodle restaurant chain in Japan, these combination spoon and forks easily twist noodles and ladle soup. They were designed to eliminate waste created by disposable chopsticks. The Ramen Spoon/Fork Set reflects the Museum’s interest in flatware, as well as Japanese design from the modern era, many examples of which are featured in the Museum’s collection and are regularly displayed in the Museum’s Design Galleries.

The perfect accessory for a bowl of ramen
Designed for MoMA by Masami Takahashi
Dishwasher-safe
Combination spoon and forks easily twist noodles and ladle soup
Designed to eliminate waste created by disposable chopsticks

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Spacestation Portable Hard Drive & Charger by Mophie

The Spacestation Portable Hard Drive & Charger by Mophie features advanced storage with universal power for virtually any USB device. Provides up to 128GB of external storage, extra battery, and the power to save everything. Leave no file behind.
Easily upload or download any file like a convenient external drive when the spacestation is connected to your device. Stop deleting and start saving all your favorite files.
Get up to 3X extra battery while charging on-the-go. No need to stop at an outlet to recharge.
Connect via USB to back up, manage, access, and share files between spacestation and your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Store everyone’s files on a single mophie Space device and bring it with you anywhere.
Product dimensions: 2.26in x 4.31in x 0.61in
Compatibility: Apple products, Smartphones & Tablets
Includes micro USB cable

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