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Marc Madnick

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MacDirectory 35 selfie Brush for iPhones! Selfie has become quite common. For selfie lovers there is Selfie Brush. And no don't go by its name, it is not a hair brush (although it looks like one) it is a phone case. Girls you can put you iPhone (5 or 5s) through the top slot of the brush, and while still having complete access to your phone's touch screen and controls, you have an easy to hold paddle brush and mirror which makes you brush you hair right before clicking yourself. It comes in pink, purple and black and works with iPhone 5 or 5s with many more phone models to come. available at chameleon Vision Goggles Now see the world through the eyes of chameleon with the Chameleon Vision Goggles These goggles set your vision in different directions so that you can rotate all over the place. Moreover, there are options to see behind you with the help of hidden side mirrors and it is one size fits all. You just need to adjust the strap on the back. The cost of the goggles range between $9.99 and $14.99 and can buy from Amazon. You can give these goggles a try as they as are fun. Just be careful you might get dizzy, and do not try to running any races during the time you wear these. Apart from this, you will also not be able to walk very far, and especially not in a straight line. available at Motorised Ice cream cones This new gadget just spins your frozen ice cream in front of you. Load the removable dish with ice cream, push the button and the ice cream turns while you enjoy one of the world's most popular treats. You don't have to worry about licking around the edges of a drippy cone. We cannot tell you about adults but kids will surely like it. Plus it is is dishwasher safe. Some experts say, "it expands the typical act of eating an ice cream cone to include numerous playful and creative possibilities including sculpting and carving of channels with one's tongue to form interesting shapes and patterns on the outer surface of an ice cream portion. Typically the Motorized Ice Cream Cone spins but it can also rotate, vibrate and agitate. available at CurIoSITIES By vISHAkHA SonAwAnE coLuMn

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