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  • January 6, 2014
    This is the Tactical Laser-Guided Pizza Cutter available from ThinkGeek ($20, on sale from $30). It has a detachable laser guide (plus bonus flashlight!) on top to help you cut your pizza straight. I didn't know that was a problem. I could probably cut a pizza straight with ... / Continue →
  • November 23, 2010
    Harry Potter laser tag wands not your cup of tea? What the f*** are you doing drinking tea in the first place? IT'S TAKING UP VALUABLE STOMACH REAL ESTATE WHERE YOU COULD FIT BOOZE. Anyway, how about a voice-activated Harry Potter wand flashlight? No? Not digging this one ... / Continue →
  • December 31, 2009
    You want a watch with a flashlight in it? Tape a flashlight to your Seiko. Want a watch with a flashlight in it made by a well-known tool manufacturer? Enter the Stanley LED Torch Watch (suck it, Stanley Calculator/Tape Measure watch!). Of course, I'm holding out for a lase... / Continue →
  • August 3, 2009
    These LEGO minifigs aren't just any LEGO minifigs, these 2.5" sums of beeches have keychains growing out of their domes AND A WHITE LED IN EACH FOOT. Sounds like somebody grew up under power lines. Available this fall for around $9, their torsos are sadly not interchangeable.... / Continue →
  • December 30, 2008
    The Flashlight Nozzle is a garden hose attachment with an integrated LED flashlight that runs off 2 AA batteries. You know, so you can water your grass at night. Perfect for vampires, insomniacs, and rogue pot farmers, the botanical blaster will set you back a paltry $12.50. ... / Continue →
  • April 3, 2008
    Well in the pictures after the jump they look all white. Admittedly, in that picture they look gray on top. But I digress. They have headlights in the toes. Pioneer is a concept shoe that coverts kinetic walking energy into electrical energy. There's a tiny battery that cha... / Continue →
  • March 17, 2008
    The Net-2000 Shooting Net Rod uses compressed air to launch a 52 square foot net at perps (or friends, tigers, etc.). The net can travel approximately 50 feet, so you can be a safe distance away (read: out of stabbing range) and still use the device. They sell for $419, but t... / Continue →
  • March 11, 2008
    The K2 Porcupine is a tactical flashlight with a wicked sharp spiked bezel so you can maim and/or kill any would-be attackers. Unlike ordinary tactical lights with crenellated bezel that can often inflict unnecessary harms to oneself, K2 features sharpened spikes around the ... / Continue →
  • February 4, 2008
    Optics engineer Ralf Ottow built himself a flashlight. But not just any flashlight -- he built a 38-million-candlepower flashlight with a plasma mercury arc bulb. He calls it the Maxablaster. I call it bright as shit. The Maxablaster creates a highly focused beam of light wi... / Continue →
  • January 29, 2008
    The Wicked Torch is a 4,100-lumen flashlight made by Wicked Lasers. It's pretty bright. There's a video after the jump of a guy setting some paper on fire with it. It can also fry an egg or melt plastic. The unit sucks so much power that the battery only last 15 minutes. O... / Continue →
  • December 4, 2007
    The Spotlight Rechargeable LED Light ($15) is a little flashlight that charges in you car's 12 volt cigarette lighter. It's got a high output 0.5 watt LED, fully charges in 3 hours, and will last over an hour on a charge. Could be handy if you're hungry and remember there are... / Continue →
  • November 5, 2007
    The MII Flashcam incorporates a 85,000-candle-power LED flashlight with a video camera. It even has a night-vision mode with infrared emitter. It costs $1,500, and is marketed to police organizations. According to local legend, the unit was created when a police officer's Ma... / Continue →
  • October 10, 2007
    Because that last post got me thinking about the awesomeness of Star Wars, I bring you the Darth Vader flashlight. It's a flashlight that plays Star Wars sound effects when you turn the light on. It also looks like Darth Vader. Unfortunately Lillian Vernon says they're sold ... / Continue →
  • August 9, 2007
    The Department of Homeland Security is funding research for a flashlight developed by Intelligent Optical Systems for use as a potential nonlethal weapon. According to Robert Lieberman, CEO of the company, The flashes temporarily blind a person, as any bright light would, an... / Continue →