We figure this is either a blessing or a curse, depending on your feelings about arachnids. The Itsy Bitsy Spider Cleaner attaches by its belly to your computer monitor. When your screen needs cleaning, pull the little bugger’s retractable cord to do the job. The spider’s tummy is velvet and can be cleaned for future usage. At a size of 2-inches and with a 24-inch cord, you can pre-order the spider for $10.00 and expect a 2 to 4 week delivery date.
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If you already have a Roomba for your floor, how about a Robo Vacuum for your desk top? Push the button on its head and its suction power cleans up ashes, cookie and Doritos crumbs, and anything else that seems like it doesn’t belong there. Choose between three colors, and power up with 2 AA batteries (not included) at a price of $14.99 each. When it finishes with your desk, maybe it will get into those small places that your Roomba can’t.
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iRobot is at it again. This time, the Roomba folks have come up with the Looj. Designed for the single task of gutter cleaning, the bot works with standard K-style vinyl, aluminum, copper, or other metal. The company claims that it cleans a 60 ft. section in about ten minutes. The basic model 120 will set you back $99.99 from iRobot, with two other models available with optional holster and/or extra battery pack. We suspect that the name came from the luge, the Olympic sled, but wouldn’t take any bets on it until we see our neighborhood squirrels facing off in a Gutter Looj competition.
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