JVC Japan's XA-AW33 is the world's first water proof MP3 player designed specifically for bathing using. Featuring a floating design that's completely water proof. Using just 4 AAA batteries and get up to 15 hours of playback time with 256MB of your favorite songs on MP3, WMA, and WMA-DRM files. This item is a special edition item directly from JVC Japan with very limited quantity available. A very unique home electronic/gadget as well as a great gift idea for anyone.
Impacting on Earth like a meteor from space, Oberon is the latest concept in the S-Mode range. Breaking through the atmosphere with the same velocity as the Titan watch, Oberons radiance can be seen from another cosmos.
With the distinct design edge expected at Tokyoflash, this dark yet irresistible watch features a streamlined black IP coated stainless steel body and strap and stunning white LED display.
The outer ring of LED's indicate the hour, the second ring indicates single minutes and the third, inner ring, indicates the minutes in groups of tens. It's easy to follow as the position of the lights is the same as 1-12 on a regular clock dial. The watch also has a date mode which can be read in a similar manner and is activated by a second push of the button.
We had no reason to offer any further proof that Japan is the unquestionable winner when it comes to wacky inventions, but the Melody Road convinces us our judgment is completely accurate. The Melody Road will allow a car passing above it to play a simple tune, which is made audible by ridges on the road's surface. The pitch of the note created is increased by increasing the frequency of the ridges, and the opposite is also true. Jump for more details, and a completely baffling video.
Our drive and desire to pioneer a line of rugged power sources led to the introduction of the first flexible solar panel, the SolarRoll. Since then, the evolution of this concept has flourished. Backed by glowing reviews in every major magazine and newspaper in this country and others, the SolarRoll has officially taken its place as one of our most talked about products. The proof, though, is in the remarkable performance. The waterproof SolarRoll has given sea kayakers the power to photograph their voyages from the far reaches of the planet. And next spring, it will assist Ed Viesturs in his final summit, Annapurna, as he polishes off the last peak of Endeavor 8000. Ideal for powering satellite phones, members of expeditions worldwide pack the SolarRoll in place of expensive extra batteries that don’t offer much relief in the form of weight. We realize however, that not everyone is defying the ordinary. Some of us simply need the SolarRoll for charging our car battery or running our video camera. With this in mind, we’re offering alternative sizes and outputs this year to accommodate the growing demand for our most popular solar panel.