There are plenty of electronics that are made to be tough, but i-mate is so secure in the knowledge that theirs is going to last that they offer a lifetime warranty for the 810-F. The cell phone has a waterproof rubber seal and can handle temperatures from -10°C to 60°C, pressure, shock and humidity. Features include a QWERTY keyboard, HSDPS, 2.2GB storage, GPS, Wi-Fi, a digital compass, accelerometer and Bluetooth capability, and it runs on Windows Mobile 6.1. The 810-F also has Secure i-Q embedded so that you can lock it or get rid of personal data from your PC should it become lost or stolen.
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Afraid you will lose your chump change now that the economy is down? Program the shock safe with a 4 digit code and anyone trying to break in will be greeted with a decent buzz. The bank has flashing LED lights and sound effects to further
amuse your family, friends, or co-workers. At a size of 20 x 10 x 10cm, the sadistic safe has a coin slot and collection tray, and runs on 3 AA batteries (included.) Get yours for £19.99 ($39.58.)
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This jacket seems straight out of a “Minority Report”-type movie, but—sadly—seems necessary in today’s society. The No-Contact Jacket appears to be sleek, stylish, black outerwear. However if the wearer feels she is in danger from an attacker, she can activate it with 80,000 volts of electric current pulses, just beneath the shell of the jacket. In other words, anyone who touches her is literally in for the shock of his life. The jacket is waterproof, so rain will never come in contact with the electric layer. Please note that the jacket is not bullet or puncture-proof. Requires a 9V battery. The No-Contact Jacket was named one of TIME magazines “Coolest Inventions”, however information on pricing and availability is not yet available.
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