SUPERNIGHT 16.4ft 5M Waterproof Flexible 300leds Color Changing RGB SMD5050 LED Light Strip Kit with RGB 5M +24Key Remote+12V Power Supply. Here are a few of the other specs: 16 colors, 5 light patterns/16-Speeds Control in Flash / Strobe / Fade-change / RGB Smooth-change. Every 3-LEDS are cuttable without damaging the rest strips. Self-adhesive back. Long lifespan >50,000 hours. Package contents: 16.4” 5050 RGB 300 leds / IR Control Box /24 key remote control and Power Supply. …...And now back to me.
This week's gadget is the Cree LED 60w replacement LightBulb. It weighs 1 1/2 ounces. Can be put inside small fixtures, and some models are connected to the Internet so you can turn it on remotely. Only $8 a piece or 12 for $60. . They use 11.5 watts to equal a 60 watt bulb replacement. There is also a Cree Connected Soft White (2700K) LED available. Cree bulbs are only at Home Depot and on Amazon.
Cree Connected are each under $15.00 on Amazon.
The gadget for this week is called ThinOPTICS. It's a pocketable pair of glasses that you can always carry with you. There were three ways to carry them. You could buy the ThinOPTICS glasses with a universal pod to attach to the back of your phone for $20. There's a smart case to attach to larger phones for about $30 (with two pairs of glasses) and a new convenient keychain model folded inside a pod that easily hooks onto your key ring. Multiple strength options including Low Range (+1.50), Mid Range (+2.00) and High Range (+2.50).
This week's gadget is a Samsung Refrigerator that takes a picture of what's inside your refrigerator and emails it to you so that you can see if you need anything while shopping. It will also let you look in the fridge to see what's in it without opening the door. It's not cheap, though, at $4,500.
This week's gadget is perfect for the summer. It's the Kool Max Cooler. This is a 40 qt. cooler that holds up to 48 cans or 28 bottles and keeps ice frozen for up to 3 days. Inside the lid is a detachable cooler flashlight (3 AAA batteries not included) which can be used elsewhere at night. Other features include a 350 watts amp with Bluetooth digital music player and FM radio with two built-in 6.5” Hi-Fi water-resistant speakers and two 2” high performance tweeters. It has XLR microphone/instrument input, 1/4 inch instrument input for entertaining with live music.
Dickie D's gadget of the week is the Cobra Jump Pack XL. 41.1Wh (11,100mAh) battery with a 3 Amp USB output. It can not only charge your phone, but also start your car, truck, or van. It can start up to three times without recharging. You can then recharge through AC or via cigarette lighter. Cost is $129.95.
This week's gadget is the Illumi Tower work light, a series of 60 bright white LEDs that put out 720 lumens on a single 2400 mAh battery. 8-10 hours to charge, battery life of 3-6 hours. Great for camping, auto work, emergency lighting in the home, closet lighting, and more. The only down side is, that it will not work with the AC.
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This week's gadget is actually an oldie but a goodie ... it's 12 years old and it's a self waving american flag that uses wires embedded in the flag to wave. It's very patriotic.
This week's gadget is the iTech Deals Tech Mystery Box, which for $20 gives you a box of technology accessories. Most of it is old technology, but it's fun. The downside is that the photo they use is fairly deceptive. The mystery box of tech is not always available, but if you sign up for their mailing list, you'll know what the next one takes place. Dick has bought stuff from iTechDeals in the past, and he likes them. But this Tech Mystery Box does them a disservice.
This week's gadget from the Giz Wiz is the Weems and Plath SOS Distress Light! It's the first and only LED Visual Distress Signal Device that meets U.S. Coast Guard requirements to completely replace traditional pyrotechnic flares. Unlike traditional flares, this electronic flare never expires which solves the big and annoying challenge of flare disposal. This floating electronic flare can be hand-held, tethered, or hoisted aloft. It's visible up to 10+ nautical miles and lights for up to 60 hours unlike traditional flares which last minutes or less.