Slow Watches Review

Slow Watches Review For this review we have gone slightly of piece, I thought I would hand my wife the writing reins and ask her to write her thoughts on this product. The slow watch brand exhorts the value of the mind-set of slow, and they do this through the innovation of their range of one-hand, 24-hour analogue watches. This means the hand moves at half the speed of a conventional watch, and t...[Read More]

Bolt High Top LED Shoes from Electric Styles Review

Review: Bolt High Top LED Shoes from Electric Styles Do you remember those light up shoes other kids had, but your mum always said you couldn’t? Well now you’ve got a job, moved out, and now you can buy your own pair of LED shoes. Electric Styles have combined high quality footwear with some additional LED flair. These are not only comfortable, they look cool and also have the added LE...[Read More]

NERF N-Strike Modulus Recon MKII Blaster Review

NERF N-Strike Modulus Recon MKII Blaster Me and my brother are massive fans of NERF, and to say I was excited when I was asked to review one, is an understatement. I was sent the NERF N-Strike Modulus Recon MKII Blaster, this is as its name suggests a modular weapon, so you can attach different barrells, clips and rails. Coming in at £25, this is a great starter blaster, with additional modular pa...[Read More]

Review: BYBLight Rechargeable, Cree T6 LED Flashlight

Over the next few months we plan on taking a look at a few types of light-emitting diode (LED) flashlights that can be purchased on a budget. Who doesn’t like LED’s or flashlights? Combine the 2 you often have a very useful product. Myself for example, I always have one in my commuter work car, my Jeep, the wife’s mini van, and various locations throughout the house. All of which...[Read More]

Review: Penclic Mouse R3

Penclic reckon the world needs a new computer mouse and they want to sell it to you with their pen / mouse hybrid, the R3. The R3 comes packaged in a fancy plastic cylinder, along with instructions, a rechargeable AAA battery, a pouch, a USB wireless receiver and a retractable micro USB charging cable. The design is basically a stylus pen with a small mouse-like base, and the device seems well mad...[Read More]

Review – SUMMIT Vaporizer

Review – SUMMIT Vaporizer I have tried to get into vaporizing for a while now, but found myself always having to sacrifice what I consider “must haves” for a good vaporizer, such as taste, charge and storage. Which was why I was excited to try out the Summit vaporizer from   Along with the Summit, the box also contained a dry bag, cleaning kit, pipe cleaners, and ...[Read More]

Review: Miposaur by WowWee

We’ve got something a little different on the review floor this time, we’re taking a look at Miposaur. An electronic dinosaur toy that’s controlled via hand gestures, app or accompanying trackball. This is a top quality gadget suitable for kids and even bigger kids like us dads. WowWee have built a solid, fun and you could say highly interactive robot pet. I love it! The kids poi...[Read More]

Review: The Polar Loop 2

Review: The Polar Loop 2 I wasn’t aware of Polar before I got the Loop 2 to review. They have actually been around for a long time, mainly concentrating on heart rate monitors. Their Polar Loop was released a couple of years back, which included all the tracking potential you could want. Now they have released the new Loop 2, which build upon the solid foundation of the original while throwi...[Read More]

Review: Bomber Barrel Duffle Bag Complete Set

Review: Bomber Barrel Duffle Bag Complete Set My main job is working for a French company, and this means frequent trips to France and back. I currently have a hug grey old bag which I use, it’s coming apart and not good for short day flights. I then came across on Kickstarter, they were after $15,000 for their new duffle bag, managing to bag almost $500,000 in the process. It&#...[Read More]

Review: Checking out the Beddit, Bolt and Shine from Misfit

Review: Checking out the Beddit, Bolt and Shine from Misfit I hadn’t heard of Misfit before, but was excited when a mystery parcel arrived with their logo on. Inside was their sleeping aid the Misfit Beddit, their smart bulb the Misfit Bolt and their activity tracker the Misfit Shine. I have been checking them all out and found them to all be quite solid and even better the apps for the prod...[Read More]

Review: Insulated Sidewinder Bottle from Liquid Hardware

Review: Insulated Sidewinder Bottle from Liquid Hardware As a larger gentleman I am in need of hydration a lot. If I’m doing a long walk, or finishing a difficult piece of writing, I tend to drink a lot of water. Currently I used old bottles, or a big plastic bottle, but due to health risks with BPA and just general germs, I thought there must be a cool alternative. So I came across Liquid H...[Read More]

Review: The Cherry MX Board 6.0

Review: The Cherry MX Board 6.0 A mechanical keyboard, what’s this the 90’s! But actually you’d be wrong, mechanical keyboards are the future, and I am looking at one from the source. The MX Board 6.0 from Cherry is the latest in the line of MX boards. This is the combination of MX technology and CHERRY RealKey technology, all within a sexy aluminum keyboard. This was my first ex...[Read More]