Larry Geisz


I know Thanksgiving hasn't even happened yet, but with the new movie coming out and all of the holiday sales happening, it would be a shame to miss out on these Star Wars Christmas tree ornaments. These four sets of officially licensed ornaments are designed around the first three movies, New Hope, Return of the [...]

Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News

PhotoFast Max Extreme review

PhotoFast Max Extreme-1

iPads and iPhones, I love them all! The only issue I have with them is the lack of external storage options for the "i" devices. I like a lot of other budget minded consumers opted for the bare bones 16 Gig model iPhone 6, so storage space on my phone is at a premium, and [...]

Posted in: iOS, Reviews

If you're like me, you are still waiting for that one smartwatch to rule them all. Being an Apple fanboy I have to admit that the Apple Watch is not that watch, and even though Pebble was the first major player, it is not there yet either. Enter BLOCKS, a modular smartwatch project on Kickstarter. [...]

Posted in: News, Watches and Clocks

Pocket Shot slingshot review

The Pocket Shot-4

Remembering back to when I was a teenager, one of the scariest things I ever bought was a slingshot. I was not scared because the slingshot was inherently dangerous because it was. No, I was scared because I did not know how my parents would react. Living in a rural part of PA at the time, [...]

Posted in: Gear, Outdoor Gear, Reviews
Polk Hinge Wireless-1

Being a writer for The Gadgeteer has given me the opportunity to try new and interesting things. Having said that, I find myself often volunteering to review headphones, more precisely Bluetooth headphones. Now to this point, I have previously reviewed two sets of Bluetooth headphones, so when Polk offered us a chance to review their new [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Bluetooth Gear, Reviews
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Live Fire-1

Fire, one of man's greatest achievements, not because we invented it, but more for how we have tamed it throughout the years (except for maybe that Nero/Rome thing and that cow in Chicago). But, when it comes to making fire, especially in emergency survival situations, most of us would be lost. I am not saying [...]

Posted in: Outdoor Gear, Reviews
Razer Wildcat-01

With Microsoft rolling out their new Elite Wireless Controller for the Xbox One just in time for the holidays, other accessory companies were sure to follow suit. Razer a company whose products we have reviewed before is no exception, they are entering the fray with the Razer Wildcat controller. Designed to compete with the new [...]

Posted in: Gaming Gear, News

Esorun iStand 6 review

Esorun iStand 6-1

With each new iPhone release comes a bevy of new products and cases to accommodate them. The most common new items seem to be new phone cases and with new cases come new ideas on how to use the case to better enhance your lifestyle. The iStand 6 phone case from Esorun is one such [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Cases and Covers, iOS, Reviews
Polk Striker Pro Zx

I was researching at the Polk website for a review I am working on and I found out that besides speakers and regular headphones, Polk makes gaming headsets. Since I have recently joined the Xbox One crowd, the Polk Striker Pro Zx caught my eye. Compatible with the Xbox One, PlayStation4, Wii U, PC, Mac, [...]

Posted in: Audio, Video, TV, Gaming Gear, News
Fenix FlipWrite-1

Can you believe that it has been 5 years since the first iPad was released to the public? I myself have been using one for several years now and would be lost without it. When I bought my iPad I did so with the intention of replacing a laptop for work, and while earlier versions [...]

Posted in: Bluetooth Gear, Cases and Covers, iOS, Reviews

Knife Fork & Spoon, again

Knife Fork & Spoon

Back in June 2013, I wrote about this neat product on Kickstarter. I thought is was a rather interesting take on an issue I had seen while working. The project was the Knife Fork & Spoon. Unfortunately, it did not reach its funding goal and was not produced. Well, it's back. The Knife Fork & [...]

Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News, Outdoor Gear, Travel Gear
Notion sensor

As technology gets smarter and smarter so do our home security systems. One example of this that I have recently come across is the Notion system, formerly a successful Kickstarter project. Like most home security systems, Notion relies on sensors, but unlike most security systems, the Notion's single sensor is built to do the job [...]

Posted in: Android, Home and Kitchen, iOS, News
FireFly Running & Biking Safety Light Spurs

Biking and running are two of the most popular fitness activities around. Now most folks do their outdoor activities during regular daylight hours, but if you are like me and live in the desert, that 4pm walk ain't happening in the summer. Although I have no issues with walking late at night or early in [...]

Posted in: Health, Fitness, Sports, News, Outdoor Gear
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Windows 10

If you don't already know (or if you have not reserved your copy) Windows 10 is launching tomorrow July 29, 2015. Although that in itself is not groundbreaking or earth shattering news, the fact that you can get it for free is. Now, don't get me wrong I am not the biggest Windows fan, but [...]

Posted in: Computer Gear, News
iClever 6 Port USB Travel Wall Charger-1

Is it me, or does just about every device I own now plug into a USB charger? My cell phone, my camera, my Bluetooth headphones, even my flashlight batteries. I love my devices, but I never seem to have enough USB ports or USB ports with enough power to charge my items in a timely [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, Reviews, Travel Gear
ThinkGeek Stormtrooper USB car charger

So, you have a Star Wars charger for your house, but what about your car? The Stormtrooper USB car charger could be that gateway gadget to your new "Death Car". Designed to be plugged into your car's 12V power socket, the Stormtrooper USB car charger delivers 2.1 Amps of power to charge your gadgets. This [...]

Posted in: Cables, Batteries and Chargers, News

When traveling, I like to have light versatile products to use when I am out and about touring. While I almost always carry some sort of bag or sack for souvenirs or goodies, they are not waterproof or do not offer a waterproof storage area. The Matador Droplet Wet Bag can solve that issue, it [...]

Posted in: Bags, News, Travel Gear
Fascinations Metal Earth Licensed Models

I will admit that as a young lad I liked building models. As I got older my interest changed and model building went to the back burner. I have toyed with the idea of picking up some models to keep myself occupied, but I just have not found any that seemed interesting. A company called [...]

Posted in: Do-It-Yourself, How-To, Geek Toys, News
Razer Tactical Gaming Backpack-1

If you are a serious PC gamer then you have probably heard of Razer products. If you are not a gamer, Razer is the maker of high-end PC gaming systems,  gaming peripherals and accessories for not only PC games, but also for console gaming systems. Having a gaming laptop is great for portability, but what [...]

Posted in: Bags, Gaming Gear, Reviews
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 [...]

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