We know someone who, rather then bother to take them out when he is supposed to, leaves his contacts in much too long. We think he needs the digital Countact Lens Case. Set the duration for between 14 and 30 days, then press the “Counter” button when you change your lenses. The LED display and an audible beep lets you know the next time to replace them. You get four randomly picked cases of different colors with built-in batteries that should each last up to 3 months. That means you get a year’s worth for a price of $33.97.
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We know that many of you are closet and frustrated digg fans who just want to get those numbers in the high digit range. Instructables’ thydzik has an answer. The DIY digg-me Shirt helps you create your own electronic counting apparel. Created with the digg-me button, instructions are given step by step, and when your project is complete, we suggest you wear it to the mall and see just how many diggs you get. Let us know and if your tee is a success, we may make some, too.
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Konami knows that anyone who does more than about 3 push-ups can’t keep his/her breath and count at the same time, so they have created the Push-up Counter (or, as they call it in the Babelfish translation, “the arm counter.”) At a size of 75 x 118 x 135 mm, you and your buds can try for its limit of 999 by chin or chest, but we both know none of you will get that far. Available in Japan, the battery operated (not included) gadget goes for ¥1764 (~$15.00.)
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