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Sleepy Bunny gadget soothes worried puppies

The Sleepy Bunny stuffed toy keeps your puppy from tossing and turning all night long by mimicking the sound of a heartbeat. This gadget goes to the (little) dogs.

By August 2, 2011

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Firebox.com, a less geeky ThinkGeek

For the Owen Wilson fans on your shopping list.

By October 25, 2006

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Life-size pet Daleks roll and rotate

Now you can own a life-size version of the most famous "Doctor Who" villain ever created. Extermination has never been so fun.

By July 1, 2011

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Magneat wire manager review: The end of tangled headphones?

A magnetic badge to end your woes of headphone tangling hell comes off as a little pointless for everyday use, but a boon for gym goers

By March 12, 2010

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The best pet gadgets ever made

Sophisticated modern pets demand the latest high-tech gadgets to keep them stimulated, satisfied, and in 24-hour digital contact with their owners. We reveal what today's plugged-in pets are barking for.

By November 13, 2009

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How to hide your tracks at work

We all know that you play when you should be working. But at least we're here to help you hide what you shouldn't be doing.

By April 18, 2009

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Garlic Zoom prevents dreaded garlicky fingers

Pop a peeled clove in the transparent cylinder and the stainless steel blade within will cut the bulb into tiny bits when you roll it back and forth.

By March 24, 2009

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Hanging alarm clock does a spider act

The cunning orb is suspended from the ceiling on a cable, which immediately starts to retract the clock upward once the alarm goes off.

By December 5, 2008

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Gadgettes 111: The f*** the economy episode

You know what will make you forget all about the dire state of the economy right now? Spending large amounts of money on expensive and lavish gifts for yourself. It's true. We tested that theory and it worked!

By October 24, 2008

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USB negative scanner relives 35mm film memories (horrors!)

With the USB negative scanner, you can get back at friends who have been tagging ghastly teenage pictures of you on Facebook.

By October 18, 2008