Larry Geisz

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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Misfit Flash review

Misfit Flash-1

Another year and more fitness bands to review, or that's how it seems. The truth is, I did not plan on doing another fitness band review anytime soon. I bought a Misfit Flash on sale to replace my now defunct Nike FuelBand and since Julie had reviewed its older sibling the Misfit Shine, I didn't [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews
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Revolution Golf Tee

From a golfing stand point, last year was a total bust for me. Due to some medical issues, I wasn't able to play many rounds. This year I am determined to not only play more, but improve my game. There are a lot of gimmicks and gadgets out there to help improve your game, but [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News
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Leatherman Tread

You have the perfect watch, but what about the perfect watchband? The folks at Leatherman have thought of this and have come up with the new Leatherman Tread. The idea came from Ben Rivera (President of Leatherman) when he was stopped at Disneyland security for carrying his Skeletool. The Tread is designed to be worn [...]

Posted in: Gear, News, Watches, Clocks
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MPow Muze Touch-1

When it comes to headphones these days you have a whole world of choices out there. Along with those choices comes an array of features and price points. Bluetooth is one of the features becoming more popular, but wireless connectivity usually comes at a higher price. Mpow is bucking that high price trend by introducing the [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV Gear, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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TRNDlabs SKEYE Nano Drone

Didn't get that killer drone you wanted for Christmas? Drone you wanted too big or too expensive? TRNDlabs may have the perfect alternative for you with the SKEYE Nano Drone. The SKEYE Nano Drone is a 1.57 x 1.57 inch drone designed for indoor or outdoor flight. The SKEYE Nano Drone features: Throw To Fly [...]

Posted in: Geek Toys, News
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ScoreBand-1

I am a golfer, at one time I could be called an avid golfer playing two, three or even four times a week. Although golf is a great way to free your mind, with all the tranquility I often find my mind wandering on the course. This leads me to forget how many shots I [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, Reviews, Watches, Clocks
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DesignLiner

If you like to draw or design you know how much of a pain it is to switch between different tools to make shapes or curved lines. The Charles Williams Company realized this and came up with the Design Liner, a current Kickstarter project. Made out of stainless steel, the Design Liner incorporates such things [...]

Posted in: Gear, News
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Duet-1

Have you ever wished you could make your "i" device part of your computer, you know like an extra monitor or something. Duet is an app designed by ex Apple engineers that allows you to connect your "i" device to a Mac using the Lightning or 30 pin connector and making it in essence a [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, iPhone, iPad, iPod, News
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Bondic

Last year Julie was nice enough to send me a packet of Sugru in a care package. While I love the stuff, it is not always suitable for every fix I need. Enter Bondic liquid plastic welder. Bondic is not a glue, instead it is a liquid plastic that you use to bond surfaces together. [...]

Posted in: Do-It-Yourself, How-To, Home, Kitchen, News
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ThinkGekk Star Wars R2-D2 measuring cup set

So, you failed at Jedi mind tricks and you can't build that droid of your dreams. What's an aspiring Padawan to do? Why not bake something? And if your going to bake, your going to need measuring cups and what better set of measuring cups than the Star Wars R2-D2 measuring cup set from ThinkGeek. [...]

Posted in: Home, Kitchen, News
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SquidGrip

When it comes to playing video games, I have been known to play for 2 or more hours in a session. Gaming like this is not un-common especially in my latest conquest Destiny. The problem is, that after an hour or so of holding my controller I find that my hands start to sweat a [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News
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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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