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3-Inch Telescope

By: on January 02, 2013
  • 3-Inch Telescope
  • 3-Inch Telescope
  • 3-Inch Telescope
  • 3-Inch Telescope
$5.99
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The telescope, it is tiny. Yet it magnifies the world to about 3 times its natural size. How ironic. Irony's still in, right? Particularly liberal applications of the term? So guess what hipsters: Yahtzee! The 3" brass telescope is for you. Not a hipster? How about an astronomer, a steampunk enthusiast, a pirate, or a Peeping Tom? Then the 3" brass telescope is also for you.

Modeled after old style sight enhancers, the bite-size telescope is retractable, with the 3" size denoting its length at full extension. A loop on top enables attachment to a key chain, zipper, or necklace. Though I'm not exactly sure what practical use one could find for this miniature piece of metal and glass, my understanding is that telescopes are good for getting close-up views of things that are far away.

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GlassUp. They're a pair of HUD smartphone-linked glasses that flash texts, emails, news updates, directions, any messages for which you would normally look down and consult a screen, right onto the glass in front of your...

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The dust is kicked up from here to next Tuesday! The fit's hitting the shan! Save yourself from unidentified flying objects! Safe Eyes Mesh Safety Goggles won't help when the figurative dust and fit, or alien-inhabited...

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The trickery of prisms strikes again! Here two hunks of Dove plexiglass fit over a pair of glasses' eyepieces to invert all images the wearer sees. Reversing Goggles make for interesting school science experiments, as...

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Minions will cower and tremble in fear when they meet the all-powerful GnarledJaggedPlaqueLaden Teeth Eyes! Hey, I get the appeal of colored and themed contact lenses, particularly for Halloween, cosplay, and other costumed...

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As as dude named Ethan demonstrates in the above video, seeing colors for the first time ever is an experience a lot like seeing them for the first time ever while on hallucinogenic drugs. Stirring. Awe-inspiring. Life-changing....

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HD Video Spy Glasses

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You-Vision Video Glasses don't do the I-spying for you, but they do allow you to film what your little eye sees. In HD. A tiny camera built into the bridge of the glasses records full motion video with the push of a button...

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Initially I thought Lightpack was meant to be some sort of aesthetic enhancement for the media screens of gamers and ravers and I was like, Whatever, if I want to see a rainbow light show from my couch, I'll just get...

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Capt. Jules' Extraordinary Telescope Ring

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I don't really need another cast metal telescoping ring fashioned in the steampunk style, but I can be convinced to buy pretty much anything for the right price. And at half off/$9.99 at printing, Captain Jules' Extraordinary...

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