They can even be 3 feet apart if you have this handy USB to Micro-USB charging cord, thoughtfully housed in a spring-loaded, retracting coil. Housing measures 1-1/2” dia x 5/8” and both plugs have integral LEDs that morph red, green and blue when connected. Available in a bunch of colors, and we’ll pick one without looking.
Hay! You need wire? Surely you have something you could bale with all of this 1/16” dia steel baling wire. You’ll get (8) 36” lengths of it. Toss it in the trunk when you need to reattach something to the car that duck tape won’t work on.
The ball casters are great swivelers and quite snazzy looking, too. Seen on your better chairs everywhere. These are brass plated on 1-1/2" square mounting plates with 3/16" holes at the corners. You pick the 2" or 2-1/2" dia versions.
That’s where these military overseas caps started out, on Deutsch köpfe. Slightly shorter than the U.S. garrison cap, and with a jaunty curve, front to back, they’re in dark blue-gray with orange piping and a German army insignia on the front. We’ll pick a pair in (2) different sizes 58-63, which is approx 7-1/4 to 7-7/8 on American heads, but the envelope design gives them some size leeway.
This 11-piece rubber stamp set specializes in geekish and nerdial images and sayings (Geek Chic, Game Over, atomic symbol, etc.) at 1” square plus the smaller #, @ and USB symbol. All of them mount on the included 3-3/4” long clear acrylic block.
Leave your lights on much? Or maybe you live in a place like we do, where January means weather so cold the squirrels explode in the trees. Either way, you're a bunch better off with the 1000 QuickCable 12-Volt Heavy Duty Rescue™ Booster. About the size of a construction worker's lunch box (15" x 14" x 9" and weighs 20 lbs), it packs a lot of punch—1000 peak amps and 500 amps of cold-cranking power. Includes: illuminated clamps; underhood and emergency flasher lights; 55” cables for reaching over fenders; a reverse-polarity circuit that eliminates reverse hookup connections; 12-volt accessory port; easy plug-in AC recharging; charging and full-charge lights; storage compartment for tools and gloves. Beats standing around on the side of road watching for a truck on the horizon, we think. So easy an English major can use it.
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A small pack for any size fanny. This flip-phone-sized case was made for a camera (cameras were like phones that you couldn't text on) and it's ready to ride on your belt, or hang from the included strap, and carry stuff that would otherwise ruin the line of your ensemble. Measures 4-3/4" x 3-1/4" x 1-1/2" thick with inside flaps so it won't flop open, and a 3-sided zipper. Small "Decode" logo on front.
"WE DARE YOU!" by Vicki Cobb is a 322-page book for children, filled with over (300) scientific challenges and experiments that can be done with ordinary household stuff. A savvy adult could introduce kids to science by betting them their allowance money on the afore-mentioned challenges, including making square eggs without using a square chicken, writing with potatoes, blowing frozen soap bubbles, and a whole bunch more.
OK, forget the powder. Just keep your cash, itsy MP3 players, IDs--whatever you can’t go to the beach without--inside this yellow impact- and water-resistant (but not fully submersible) translucent plastic case with a flip-top gasketed lid. And then hang it around your neck. Measures 4-1/4” x 3-1/4” x 3/4” and comes on a 22” cord with a slip-ring and a cute 1-7/8” carabiner.
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