KUSA - This edition of Gadgets includes something new to make that next bike ride a little bit safer.
Zackees is a new product designed to revolutionize the way people exercise and ride the streets: electronic turn signal gloves that keep the user completely safe in the road, while being fashionable too.
Here's how Zackees does it:
Riders don't ride more often because of the fear of being seriously hit or killed by a car. Two problems are that drivers aren't aware of what the hand signals mean and bikers don't often don't wear safety gear because they are uncomfortable or ugly. These Turn Signal Gloves gives cyclists a safety option, and drivers an unmistakable cue that they are sharing the roads.
A patent-pending, nickel-plated steel contact switch forgoes the need of a button. Makes activation intuitive. The gloves see up to 2 months of battery life with regular use, and has super bright high efficiency LED turn signal for turbo visibility. Ambient light-sensor that controls illumination to preserve battery power.
Zackees is launching through Kickstarter. Consumers can purchase them through this link:
This is a premium iPhone case and 4 in one lens solution.
The case is made of aircraft grade aluminum. It transforms your iPhone camera to the next best thing to a 35 millimeter camera.
Use it not only photos, but videos too into closeup, wide scope, and super magnified. www.izzigadgets.com is the website.
Vanesa Rey iPhone Necklace
Would you wear an iPhone as a necklace? The Vanesa Rey iPhone Necklace is a case on a chain, which is removable; the case doubles for carrying cash and cards. Designed for iPhone 5 and 5S it comes in several styles, including a bedazzled, crystal encrusted version. www.VanesaRay.com is the website.
This item is a tablet stand, made of lightweight aluminum, plastic and silicone. Kind of looks like a pair of very skinny arms, ending in hands that form a heart shape. The arms open wide to take a firm grip on your device. It comes in several different colors.
www.meetfelix.com is the website.
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