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March 18, 2009

I know my readers love gadgets, so I keep an eye out for the very best new stuff.

Here are a couple of clever new toys incorporated into women’s hats, and I predict runaway success for both of them.

Tired of having to decide which room you want to watch a movie in at home? Try the Flexiplex Portable Entertainment Center!

This stylish chapeau incorporates video technology with a Pioneer speaker, and lets you go from room to room. Wherever you are, that’s where the movie is! Pass the popcorn, Pam!

There’s more. Weary of having to lift your wrist and focus on that little watch dial to see what time it is?

Behold the Time Topper! It’s a hat AND a clock, and all you have to do is tilt your head, look into a wall mirror, then figure out what the opposite time would be in the reflection. The correct time is yours, in less than two minutes!

Act now and get these handsome steak knives blah blah blah…

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Models display outfits designed by Nitin Bal Chauhan during a fashion show on the first day of India Fashion Week in New Delhi, March 18, 2009. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

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Comments

How much would YOU pay for these lovely chapeaus?No, really. How much WOULD you pay for them?And do they come with the handy Shamwows?tim

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This is just great. And i already spent money on stupid things this year… i would love to have the watch one…Cheers,UmNomeAnedotas e muito humors é no site http://www.kerorir.blogspot.com , subscreve a newsletter e recebe anedotas gratuitas no teu email todas as semanas.Não sabes o que oferecer no dia do Pai? No site http://www.prenda-de-natal.blogspot.com encontras muitas ideias… Tambem te ideias para prendas de natal ,dia da mãe, namorados etc..

 

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