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If you skimped on your iPhone or iPad storage capacity and are now running out of memory this $37 gadget might just save the day. The Transcend 32GB JetDrive Go 500 ($37) plugs into the Lightning port and allows for backups and direct storage. The other end of the JetDrive Go 500 is a USB port for quick transfers to your computer. The drive is available in gold or

The video above shows off one of the coolest pickup truck toolboxes ever. No more having your tools sliding around in the bed of your truck or having a large lock-box that alerts criminals to something of value. This dude built shelves inside of the side panel of the truck bed. To access the hidden toolbox he electrically opens the entire side of the pickup truck bed. Not only does this custom truck tool box make use of free space it is almost theft proof. A criminal can’t steal what they can’t find. ...

Posted on Oct 17 2016 - 11:59am by Craig
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Now that the pinky fingernail sized Micro SD cards are up to 256GB‘s they are being used for more and more. You can store pictures, movies, and important documents. Enter the ultimate Micro SD hiding place, hollow spy coins....

If you have ever installed a roof rack on your vehicle for carrying your extra curricular activities you know how challenging it can be. Think bikes, boats, surfboards, etc… Some cars require drilling holes in the roof or the use of potentially paint scratching window grabber mounts. Not cool. With that said, there are a handful of  cars that make putting roof racks on quite easy. For example, the Tesla Model S has four threaded holes hiding under little trapdoors waiting for a roof rack installation. So, if you don’t have...

SanDisk’s Ultra 200GB microSD card, currently the world’s highest capacity, is available for just $59.99 shipped, today only. To give you an idea of how much storage a 200GB micro SDXC UHS-I card can hold – up to 20 hours of Full HD video. Not only is the storage awesome, the card-to-PC transfer speeds allow transfers...

Have a backyard? Want to save money on your refrigeration costs? The Groundfridge might fit the bill. The Groundfridge is a modern take on the old root cellar. It was built by a Dutch designer, Floris Schoonderbeek, and uses thermal inertia to keep temperatures constant throughout the year. Groundfridge will keep contents between 10 and 12 degrees Celsius (50 to 53.6 degrees Fahrenheit) all year. Not ideal for meats, but great for vegetables, cheese, wine, etc… The good part, it is it can hold the equivalent of 20 standard size...

Quite possibly the coolest key holder available. Especially if you are the musician type. The Jack Rack Amp Key Holder is basically the front panel of an old amplifier. Each set of keys (4) gets a 1/4-inch input jack.  Heck you even get to pick the amp brand (vintage, Invader, Equalizer, Friedman, Legato, etc..).

For the iPhone folks amongst us. Quit being so cheap and buy the highest capacity. People still buy the lowest memory iPhone install a bunch of apps, take a bunch of pictures/videos… and then wonder why they are out of space. Ok, I got that out of the way. Back to reality. SanDisk...

Ever been woken up in the middle of the night by a sound in your home that shouldn’t be there? Is it the cat? An intruder? This is when some folks grab the shotgun and go explore the rooms of their house with goosebumps everywhere. Not fun. Even less fun if you have to open a gun safe or remember where you put your trusty pump-action shotgun. That is why the team at The Original Gun Bed have come up with a hidden gun storage...

Upcart Stair Climbing 6 wheel cart

Who knew I would get excited about a utility cart? Not me. The UpCart combines an all-terrain three-wheel chassis with a folding hand cart. Imagine a cart that can carry a 100-pound filing cabinet up the stairs without the traditional two-wheel bounce. Now imagine that same cart hauling the groceries and then folding flat to hide behind the couch. . It folds to a depth of just over four inches. Getting excited yet? You really have to see the video below to be “sold”.

The UpCart has good stability and is capable of “walking” over curbs and stairs. This means less pull/push forces needed from the user. Less effort and strain required to transport loads over uneven surfaces and stairs is a good thing.

UpCart Stair climbing cart

If the $99 price is too much, you can check out a very similar, and well reviewed, Metaltex Cart ($33).