Larry Geisz

Liquid Key Caddy review

Liquid Key Caddy-1

It is not often that I get a chance to review a product before it is available to consumers for their purchase. But the other day I got a nice surprise from the postman and the folks at Liquid (an Australian group),with their new Key Caddy, a follow-up Kickstarter project to the Liquid Wallet that I [...]

Posted in: Gear, Pocket Gear, Reviews
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Kenu Stance-1

Let's face it, we live in a compact on the go world. Now days if it doesn't fit in our pockets, purses or wallets or on our key chains, we tend not to keep it around or forget it all together. This seems especially true when traveling, with all the size and weight restrictions a [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, Pocket Gear, Reviews
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HedgeHog

A comb, there's an item I don't see everyday. I am sure they are still around but they aren't as cool as the once were. The HedgeHog, a Kickstarter project from Zootility Tools may make combs cool again. The HedgeHog is a comb designed to also function as a multi-too, or is it a multi tool [...]

Posted in: Gear, News, Pocket Gear
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LOOPY

I am always on the lookout for quirky or unique tools and gadgets that look like they could be useful in an everyday carry situation. When it comes to pocket multi-tools I have my fair share, so in order to catch my eye you need to be a little different. The LOOPY belt loop multi-tools [...]

Posted in: News, Pocket Gear
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WeGo HYBRID-1

It seems today, everyone has some sort of fitness device to track their activity levels. One of the first activity trackers I can remember are the old pedometers, you know that little counter that you clipped to your belt, you worked out your stride length, and poof you were off counting your steps. My how [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews
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Visenta Recon Wireless Folding Mouse

When traveling it's all about getting the maximum amount of items into the minimum amount of space. When it comes to computer peripherals we see that with small external hard drives and keyboards. The mouse seems to be the one device that although has gotten smaller, is still a bit bulky. The Recon Wireless Folding [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Laptops and Gear, News, Travel Gear
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NYC NATO Horween watch band

I will admit that I have a rather large collection of watches. While most don't get worn on a regular basis, I do have a couple that I would consider my every day users. While these are not necessarily the most expensive or elaborate watches, they are reliable/durable and I am always looking for ways [...]

Posted in: News, Watches, Clocks
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Carry On Cocktail Kit

Flying these days can be a big hassle, long lines, short tempers and that's just at the security checks. But there was a time when flying and being on an airplane was a more civilized venture, with hand mixed cocktails and plenty of elbow room. You can't do anything about the elbow room, but you [...]

Posted in: News, Travel Gear
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TP-Link AV600-1

Home internet, wired or wireless? That's a big question now days with more folks working from home. With a lot of newer homes being built today having the house pre wired for Ethernet connections is a common practice. In older homes wireless seems to be the way to go, especially with faster speed wireless routers. [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, Reviews
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Fidelis Tool

Oh pocket mini tools how do I love thee, let me count the ways. Ok so I may or may not be that bad when it comes to these things, but I have to say I do love a good pocket mini tool. With that in mind I have come across the Fidelis Tool, a [...]

Posted in: Gear, News, Pocket Gear
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Jawbone UP3

The fitness tracking wars are heating up. With new technologies and features, manufacturers are dropping new product lines daily. Jawbone is no exception and they are bringing what they call "the worlds most advanced tracker", the UP3. The UP3 measures such things as heart rate, respiration, Galvanic skin response, skin temperature as well as your [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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B&O A2

So, you now own the ultimate mobile device and have decked it out with the best accessories. But what about portable speakers? If you are Bang & Olufsen, you design the BEOPLAY A2. The A2 is a 10.1" x 5.6" x 1.7", 2.4 pound, rechargeable, Bluetooth 4.0, extruded aluminum speaker designed to be both rugged [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV Gear, Bluetooth Gear, News
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Ricoh WG-M1 camera

Portable action cameras are almost a dime a dozen now days, and with so many models, designs, features and accessories it can be hard to choose. Ricoh, a well-known name in imaging has dropped their hat into the action video camera race with the WG-M1. What makes the WG-M1 different from a lot of other [...]

Posted in: Camera Gear, News
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zepp

A while back I had an opportunity to review the Zepp golf sports sensor. The Zepp sensor is designed to help you improve your tennis, golf or baseball swings by being attached to your racket, club or bat. As good as the Zepp is, they have just upped their game by adding new features to [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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Kontrol Freek FPS Justice-1

If you are a video gamer you know we are all looking for that competitive edge. You don't have to be a hardcore gamer to want to perform well while playing your favorite games. Kontrol Freek knows this and have developed a whole line devices that attached to the joy sticks of your gaming controller [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, Reviews
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SwannSecure-4

Everyone wants to be more secure in their home. One way we achieve this is by the use of security cameras. Wired security cameras have been around for a long, long time, but all in one wireless systems are more recent to the market. Swann who has been selling security cameras for a while has [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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Everything Tablet 360 case for iPad Air-1

iPad cases are a dime a dozen now days. They come in many styles, materials and sizes. I have stated in other reviews that I tend to be over protective of my electronic devices, so a case is a must. I currently sport a simple, but effective case to protect my iPad Air. It  protects [...]

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

Coin may have been the one credit card to rule them all, but the Plastc card is the one card to hold them all. If you think I am talking some sort of Lord of the Rings cross over techno babble, I blame Julie for her first reference to this type of device. So, What's [...]

Posted in: Bluetooth Gear, News, Pocket Gear
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Billetus Maximus

I see a lot of wallets when I am looking for things to write about here at the Gadgeteer, I have even been fortunate enough to review a few. So, in order for me to write about another wallet it needs to have an interesting design or feature. The Billetus Carbon fiber Billet wallet, a [...]

Posted in: Wallets
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DualSaw Destroyer CS 650 review

DualSaw Destroyer CS 650-1

Although I am not a great handyman I get by. I know my circular saws from my reciprocating saws, my regular drill from my hammer drill, my sledge-hammer from my claw hammer. So when new ideas or technology comes on the market and we get a chance to review it I jump at the chance. [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, Reviews
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