Larry Geisz

Think Geek Capt America backpack

I am not a hardened comic book geek, you know the ones, the Marvel vs DC ones. But I do like cool comic book, movie based gear especially things that can be used in everyday situations. Enter the Avenger: Age of Ultron Captain America shield backpack. I know what you're thinking, a simpler name "Captain [...]

Posted in: Bags, Geek Toys, News
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Neurio-1

I consider myself an ordinary person and like most ordinary folks I am always looking for ways to save a buck or two. One of my household's biggest expenses, especially in the summer, is our power bill. I do consider myself fortunate as my power bills do tend to be on the lower side for [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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Microsoft Xbox One Elite Controller

If you don't know it, the E3 conference is happening this week. Along with the announcement of new games and system updates, I am always interested in the new gear coming out. This year Microsoft has announced the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller. While on the surface, a new Xbox controller does not seem groundbreaking (especially at [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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Pump Audio-1

In today's high-end earphone market everyone tries to have a hook or a gimmick to compete against the perceived king of the hill in headphones and earphones. Pump Audio, a UK company and a fairly new comer to the high-end earphone market, decided to take the market's front-runner head on by comparing their earphones to [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV Gear, Reviews
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teenage engineering Pocket Operator

I will be the first to admit that I am not a great musician, but that does not mean I don't like to dabble a bit. Now to be honest, I am mainly a guitar and bass guy, although since I have purchased my iPad I find myself doing more and more in Garage Band, [...]

Posted in: Music Gear, News
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Dog&Bone Wetsuit-1

I think I have written enough here on The Gadgeteer about my obsessive need to keep my iPhone (previously 5 now 6) protected while I travel. I have done this to the detriment of my wallet at times, with such cases as the Incipio Atlas and the OtterBox Defender. Although both cases were fine, they [...]

Posted in: Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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Gekkopod

So, you're an on the go type of person who loves to take pictures. The problem is picture ops come up when you least expect them or when you're not prepared with a tripod or selfie stick. The Gekkopod, a Kickstarter project by Gal and Boaz Zucker, may be the perfect portable solution to your [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, Gear, News
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EasyAcc MFi 3200mAh-2

If you have been reading my posts on The Gadgeteer you probably already know that I have increased the amount of travel I do, if you haven't, I have increased the amount of travel I do. The reason I mention this is because I have previously reviewed iPhone 5 cases that either had built into [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Cases, Covers, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Reviews
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QuiqLiteX-2

Having spent my early adult years in the law enforcement field, I have a fondness for gadgets that are designed to help law enforcement and first responders. I am especially impressed if that device can be carried over to military and civilian applications. That is why I was excited to get the chance to review [...]

Posted in: Gear, Reviews
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nexpaq

Hi, I'm Larry and I'm a phone case junkie. So, I may not need an intervention yet, but I have noticed that I do have several phone cases of various makes, models, and types. I sat back today and asked myself why, and what I come up with is that I have not found a case [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Cases, Covers, News
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Pinch multi-tool

Pocket tools come in many sizes and shapes these days, and are made of many exotic materials. So, what makes a pocket tool different? To me lately it has been size and weight. I have my fair share of "pocket tools" that are usually around the size of a credit card. That is great if [...]

Posted in: News, Pocket Gear
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Goodwood wooden watches

Seems like all the rage and talk recently has been about the new Apple watch and why not, it's new and neat, but what if you are looking for that unique classic watch, the kind that only tells time? The Goodwood wooden watch is a Kickstarter project that may be just what you are looking [...]

Posted in: News, Watches, Clocks
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Soocoo S60-1

Action cam is a term that has permeated the fabric of today's youth. With the popularity of GoPro cameras, the market has been flooded with a whole slew of new offerings to knock the leader of its perch. The Soocoo S 60 is a new contender and they have asked us at The Gadgeteer to [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, Outdoor Gear, Reviews
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SUB Sports Utility Bag

We are a multitasking society and with that we expect the items we use on a daily basis to be the same. But when it comes to gym bags, they seem to have fallen behind in this trend. Living in the time crunched world we do today we often find ourselves heading from a workout [...]

Posted in: Bags, News
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Mophie Spacestation

Being an iPhone and iPad user over the past 4 years, the one thing that I have found is that I tend to run up against the file storage limitations of those devices. I especially find it an issue when trying to edit movies or music on the road. Mophie, a company we know at The [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, News, Travel Gear
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Vallett-1

When it comes to every day carry items, I am always looking for the unique or different, especially when it comes to wallets. I am not necessarily in the market for a new wallet, but when I see one that has a little quirk or a different design philosophy I like to check it out. [...]

Posted in: News, Wallets
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Panasonic DMC-ZS50

A camera is a must for me now days with all the articles I write for The Gadgeteer and all the traveling I have been and will be doing. So, when looking for a new camera I have specific criteria I want it to meet. First I need it to be somewhat portable, I am [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, News
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InfiniteUSB

USB ports, there are never enough on my laptop or desk top computer to keep all my connected items connected. I am always changing a cable here, unplugging a device there and can never seem to find the right cable for the job. The InfiniteUSB, a Kickstarter project, hopes to provide you with a solution [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, News
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Nendo Kame

A decent set of luggage is almost paramount these days when doing extensive or long travel. While polycarbonate luggage is usually a little more durable and lighter, it often only comes in a clam shell design (basically the suitcase zippers down the middle and opens with two equal size sides). Fabric luggage usually has a [...]

Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
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LG EDC

Since Julie posted her EDC update a few weeks ago I figured I would share my current EDC. Since I don't think I can pull off the "murse", I have downsized my EDC to just the items that I can comfortably carry in my pockets. On the left side I have my Toyota Prius key fob with [...]

Posted in: Articles, Pocket Gear
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