2Secrid Aluminum Cardprotector
The days of pickpocketing are over. Those who are in the know use RFID to swipe credit card information without ever taking a wallet out of a pocket. That’s where the $40 Secrid Aluminum Cardprotector comes in. The device holds up to six credit cards and blocks all RFID signals. The result? Ultimate security.
3Olloclip iPhone Camera Lens System
Those who own the latest iPhones can get more out of the device’s camera with help from the Olloclip iPhone Camera Lens System. The device, which sets customers back $70, supports fisheye, wide-angle and macro lenses, and can change the way both photos and videos are taken on the iPhone. But be aware that it’s a little bulky, so it won’t fit easily into a pocket.
4Close Focus Monocular for iPhone 5
5HD Video Camera Spy Pen
6Scrolling LED Name Tag
Those who attend corporate events and need a nametag should ditch the boring stickers and go for something like the Scrolling LED Name Tag. The $30 device holds up to six messages at a time and will scroll across the screen with help from LEDs. Even better, it can be programmed without the need for a computer.
7Bluetooth Handset Gloves
Who really wants to hold a smartphone when it’s cold out? That’s where the Bluetooth Handset Gloves come in. The gloves, which cost $70, not only keep your hands warm, but also connect wirelessly to smartphones through Bluetooth. From there, users need only to put their fingers up to their face and talk into their pinky. Not bad, huh?
8Withings Blood Pressure Monitor
The Withings Blood Pressure Monitor is one of the most interesting items in this roundup. The device, which is essentially a blood pressure cuff, hooks into the iPhone and assesses a person’s blood pressure. From there, users can keep a history and show trends from their iPhone to their doctor. The Withings Blood Pressure Monitor costs customers $100.
9Hidden Wall Safe
10Portal Turret LED Flashlight With Sound
“Portal,” the video game, has taken the gaming world by storm. So, it’s no surprise that someone has come up with a replica of the Portal Turret for real-world customers. The Turret comes with an LED flashlight and turret sound effects to make it just a little bit cooler. And at $9.99, it’s cheap enough for anyone who loves “Portal” to pick up.
11USB Mushroom Lamp
Continuing on the gaming theme, the USB Mushroom Lamp is arguably one of the coolest devices in this roundup. The small, push-to-turn-on lamp looks exactly like the mushrooms in “Super Mario” games. And best of all, it’ll light up a room without trouble. What’s not to like about the $10 device?