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Night Gardening With The Flashlight Hose

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...
December 30, 2008

Prevent Drunk Emailing: Google Mail Goggles

Google recently unveiled a Gmail application that may help prevent drunk emailing. When in use, the program requires a potential emailer to solve a few mathematical problems...
October 8, 2008

Drinking Buddy: Malaysian Pen-Tailed Shrew

Well folks, I've found myself a new drinking buddy. The Malaysian pen-tailed shrew subsists entirely on fermented nectar from the pertam palm plant, which can be as...
July 30, 2008

Homemade Flashlight Is Relatively Bright

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...
February 4, 2008

Photon Light Boards Are Freaking Sweet

Photon Light Boards are skateboards with incorporated lighting designs so you can pimp it large while you're skating. They come in all sorts of different designs and...
January 10, 2008

Billiard Balls That Flash, Not Breasts Though

Hammacher Schlemmer, a company best known for selling grossly overpriced crap, is now selling Lighted Billiard Balls. The regulation-size and weight (5 1/4 oz.) billiard balls illuminate...
October 23, 2007

Buy Your Own Moon, Hang It Anywhere!

A group of Russian designers have created and started manufacture of these moon shaped light boxes and sells them as 'Your Personal Moon'. I used to know...
October 3, 2007

Light Up Boomerang Makes For Cool Pictures

The Scimitar is a boomerang fitted with LED lights, designed by toy loving Eric Darnell. Although it's not the traditional boomerang shape, it's still pretty cool. And...
September 24, 2007

Darth Vader Lamp Scares Children

Collectors Gallery is selling these Darth Vader nightlights for $40. It looks pretty damn sweet except for that stupid material they made the top of his head...
September 14, 2007