Hop-on has released a new cellie intended for seniors. The HOP1890, available in the U.S. and Europe, features a Color TFT with large text and bigger buttons at a size of 105 x 47 x 18mm. The company provides a call center that will provide emergency calls, directory assistance and setup help. The phone also has GPS/enhanced location based services for those who wander and a one button location finder. This is all very well and good unless said users forget or lose their phone.
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During an emergency, while waiting for the tow truck to arrive, wouldn’t it be nice not to have worry about anyone running into you at the side of the road? String up your handy Do-Not-Cross Warning Line. The gadget is 6.5 ft. long, has 10 flashing LEDs, and features hanging rings on each side. The cable runs on 3 AA batteries and we figure it would also be quite useful for parties, tailgating, or anywhere else you want to stand out among a crowd. The Warning Line is available for $11.68.
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Here’s another multi-functional take along for your car or office. The 4-in-1 LED Light features adjustable lighting for emergencies and a laser pointer for waving down unscrupulous ETs. The magnetic base attaches to your dashboard or PC in case you work in a dark cubby. We guess the fourth usage must be the clip on the side to prove to everyone that you are not simply a nerd with only pencils in your pocket protector. The light is available for the mini-price of $5.99.
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