Details of Garmin's upcoming GPS range refresh have been revealed at Buy.com, suggesting a new range of handheld GPS receivers. The Oregon 200 will include a 3-inch color touchscreen (that's outdoor-readable), high-sensitivity GPS, electronic compass, barometric altimeter and temperature sensor. Map data will be courtesy of a 3D basemap as well as a digital elevation model, so hills shouldn't be too much of a surprise, and the Oregon is waterproof.
Add this one to the section of random devices now with added LED lights. I'm not entirely sure it was necessary but I suppose it does look cool.
The bench is obviously weather resistant, so you can use it both indoors and out. It glows either one color or you can program it to change between several colors.
It's supposed to be relaxing or something along those lines. This 95w bench is made by a German company and to find out more on pricing you'll have to actually contact them (which is never good news).
As a kid I was always tagging along with my slightly younger brother. That typically meant that I didn't play with Barbies much, I had a big wheel and massive squirt guns as well as a few toy cars and some Ninja Turtles action figures. The best was always the squirt guns, although eventually it ended with one of us just making a break for it and grabbing the hose.
I have over time, become a bit of a night owl, I tend to stay up almost all night. Which means I typically fall asleep to the sounds of birds chirping outside of my window. Some might find this soothing, but me, I'd like to get rid of them all. This gadget is perfect for just that.
No, it doesn't kill all birds or anything equally horrifying. It merely repels birds by emitting different noises. Using varying sounds that make them believe a predator is about it will scare off birds within one acre of this fascinating little contraption.
With spring finally here and summer soon to come, kids will be making their way outdoors once again. Well, hopefully there will be at least a couple that still play on those low tech swings. Either way, even if the swing has become almost archaic at least you can get a slightly more updated version.
I currently live smack dab in the Midwest, putting me too far away from the ocean to care about sharks. My biggest concern is dodging raccoons and deer on the road. For me taking a dip in the ocean and thinking about sharks is slightly nerve wrecking, not that it would stop me. However, anyone who lives close to the ocean probably knows that the odds of a shark attack are very low.