We are constantly losing our keys to the point that we have to put them on a hook so we always know that they are not in the refrigerator, between cushions or lurking somewhere under the bed. Now there is a solution with the Security Guard Keyfinder. The retro device attaches to your keychain and the next time your keys disappear, just put your lips together and blow. He will let you know where they are hiding after your whistle. Own your own guard for £7.99 (~$13.00.)
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Don’t panic! The Interactive Talking First Aid Guide will get you through almost any emergency. Press a lighted key and the device will ask you a few yes/no questions, then give you calm step-by-step instructions in English or Spanish. There are 8 categories and 30 total interactive recordings. Carry the 3 1/2 x 7 x 1 1/2-inch, 11.5 oz. guide with you or mount it on a wall at home. The first aid assistant comes with 4 AA batteries and a $99.95 price.
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Can’t teach your new bird to talk? Let the Talk ’N Play do the work for you. It will teach basic phrases such as “Calling all birds” when your avian friend triggers the lights. Each button supplies a new phrase that transmits out of the built-in speakers. Made of a durable plastic, the device also features a mirror in case your cockatoo wants to preen. In sizes of 2 x 4 and 3 x 5.5-inches, you can attach with a zinc-free chain and link. Battery is included in the $9.99 and $11.99 prices.
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