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    1. Panasonic Wireless 802.11 b/g
    $173.99 $159.95 list($199.95)
    2. Panasonic Wired Network Camera
    $204.97 list($349.00)
    3. Toshiba Wireless Network Camera
    $84.99 $79.88 list($110.76)
    4. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty
    $299.99 list($499.95)
    5. Brink's 5084DB 1.2' 1 Hour Steel
    $149.99 list($199.95)
    6. Brink's 5070 Digital Electronic
    Too low to display $800.00 list($3,499.99)
    7. JVC GRHD1 High Definition Digital
    $24.95 list($49.95)
    8. Diamond Gen IV - Rechargeable
    $89.99 $89.44 list($169.95)
    9. Streamlight 78014 Ultra Stinger
    $24.99 list($34.99)
    10. Petzl E43P2 Tikka LED Headlamp
    11. MailGuard Locking Mailbox
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    13. Streamlight 68202 ProPolymer 4AA
    $279.99 list($399.00)
    14. Video Door Phone Intercom Security
    $95.00 list($149.00)
    15. James Bond Stealth Camera
    $99.94 list($149.99)
    16. Casio EV-570 Handheld Portable
    $471.99 $470.98 list($499.00)
    17. AXIS 2110 Network Camera
    $26.99 list($54.95)
    18. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C
    19. Casio SY-4000 4" Handheld TV
    $19.99 list($31.49)
    20. Sonin 03300 Wireless Water Alarm

    1. Panasonic Wireless 802.11 b/g Network Camera (BL-C30A)
    list price: $299.95
    our price: $259.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002GS4ZA
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 2542
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Panasonic Consumer (BL-C30A) PANASONIC NETWORK CAMERA ... Read more


    • Automatically upload images to an FTP server or Web page -- images can be viewed by 30 users at once
    • Connects wirelessly through 802.11b or G Wireless port
    • Tilt/Scan tools for moving the camera vertically, with Pan/Scan tools for horizontal motion
    • Pan and tilt, center the image automatically or choose from 8 preset positions
    • Compact design with hideable lens, for added comfort and privacy

    Reviews (8)

    1-0 out of 5 stars support service really bad
    Not only it is very difficuly to setup the support service representatives have no incentives to help you. Be aware!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Could not get wireless working
    Great features for the price.Image quality is so-so but is as advertised.It worked great when using a wired connection.When I tried to connect using my AirportExtreme it was a no go.I tried everything.Removing security.Renaming the network.All I got was a flashing yellow light which makes trouble shooting pretty hard.Panasonic support tried to help but nothing worked.It is being returned.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine on a Mac
    Panasonic doesn't support it, but this camera, and all Panasonic Netcams, work fine with a Mac.To view full motion video, you must use Netscape or Firefox.Safari and IE will only allow you to view fixed images.No add-ons or active-x or other such nonsense is needed with Netscape or Firefox.The video just works.

    As for setup, you will have to set this (and other Panasonic Netcams) up with a broswer, not with the automatic setup CD that works with windows.It's not difficult.Configure your Mac to use the built in Ethernet connection only, configured manually to IP address, subnet Connect an ethernet cable between your Mac and the Camera (with a modern Mac any cable will do, with older ones you'll need a crossover cable.) Then access the camera at the address specified deep in the documentation (for this camera it's first time in you'll be asked to select a username and password.Do that and then you'll have full access to the setup utilities where you can change IP addrerss, DCHP, and other parameters.You can also setup the excellent free service and give your camera a real internet name.This is my third Panasonic Netcam, and I've been very pleased with them all.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not good on a Mac!
    First, I will say that this camera is great!The image is clear even in low light, and we found it pretty easy to set up with our Linksys wireless router.I did have a few questions and had an excellent experience with their customer service number--both times I got someone immediately who told me what to do.

    However, customer service told me that this camera will not stream video to a Mac!The next best option is to have the image refresh every 3 seconds.It is better than nothing, but I felt mislead from the info provided on Amazon.It works great on our PC, though.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good value, reasonable image
    I have had my BL-C30A for about 2 weelks and overall I am satisfied with the performance. I agree with the reviewer who said image was not adequate for detailed surveilance. I would suggest you go to: to view and work an actual camera. I pretty well knew what I was getting. I use my camera as a weather cam and it is C+/B- for this purpose. Wireless setup and Internet access were quite simple, thanks to a good instruction manual. Three features that would have been nice are zoom, focus, and a date/timestamp on the images. I really didn't want to spend the additional money to get these features. I wrote an email to Panasonic regarding lack of a date/timestamp and got an automated reply 2 weeks later that didn't even address the question, let alone answer it, so D- for technical support. For the money, I suspect that this is as good as it gets. ... Read more

    2. Panasonic Wired Network Camera (BL-C10A)
    list price: $199.95
    our price: $173.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002GS4Z0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 2971
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Panasonic Consumer (BL-C10A) PANASONIC NETWORK CAMERA ... Read more


    • Built-in thermal sensor can be programmed to email an alert with an image attached, whenever someone gets near your computer
    • Tilt/Scan tools for moving the camera vertically, with Pan/Scan tools for horizontal motion
    • Pan and tilt, center the image automatically or choose from 8 preset positions
    • Compact design with hideable lens, for added comfort and privacy
    • Automatically upload images to an FTP server or Web page -- images can be viewed by 30 users at once

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Full featured and worth every penny
    Ok... so I did some research for IP cameras and I ended up buying the Panasonic. To my surprise, it performed above and beyond my expectations for a camera in this price range. You can setup remote viewing and even control it remotely. I tested the remote viewing in Switzerland and it worked beautifully. A bit slow on the refresh, but it was half way around the world.

    I haven't tried multiple cameras but I will soon.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera, Excellent Value.
    I purchased this network camera to keep an eye on our cats while we were vacationing and just to check in on the house.I was very pleased by the quality and ease of use the camera has.

    Setting up the camera was very easy and I had no problems.

    The camera's clarity is incredible for its price range, considering that it also pans and scans (with great range of motion).

    Speaking to clarity, when the camera moves in any direction, the motors makes a little noise...Not obnoxious or anything, but curious cats had to come check it out each time we moved it while away.Using the snapshot ability on the camera, we got some of the best pictures of the 'kids' we've gotten from any camera when we were there in person.

    The camera worked flawlessly - what a great way to ease your mind if you have good internet access where the camera is and where you'll be.

    Highly recommended... I'm writing this review because I'm back to order another for different part of the house. :-)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
    Just received my camera. Setup was a breeze.
    I have not yet used the Dynamic IP service from Panasonic, but I think it will work fine as any other service of this type.

    The automatic PnP function did not work trying to configure my Linksys router. A minor nuance if you do not know how to setup your router.

    Image quality is very good, but not excelent. The camera has a little trouble working on the white balance, but the provided controls on the browser application let you adjust, so no problem here either. Again, image quality is way above webcams, better that other network cams on the price range, but below than higher ticket net cams.

    A nice feature is that you can set up to 4 positions (there are five already preset: camera corners and home position), so you can easly go from checking the door to the desk, etc. in one single mouse click.

    Althoug it is designed to be set on a fixed position, on my tests I hooked up to a mini-tripod. By accident, I pull the network cord making the camera fell to the hard floor from about 5 feet. Nothing happened to it.

    For the price, it is a highly recomendable PAN/TILT Camera.


    4-0 out of 5 stars Not too shabby...
    I am not an expert on webcams but I have done a lot of research.My main computer is a Windows XP machine but I wanted to view webcam images on my Mac Powerbook and cell phone.First of all, the price is right, about half the cost of a Toshiba camera I was thinking about.Set up was automatic with my Linksys router.Image quality is good and has several settings.It has some nice features that are easy to use.You have to play with the confusing buffer/transfer/email settings for a while so you don't get overloaded with email.Motion is often blurry.For Mac users, Safari and IE will not work on your free Panasonic web page.Firefox will.On my i500 Palm Smartphone, WebPro browser doesn't work but Blazer will.It works great with Snappermail too.So far, I am happy with my purchase even though it doesn't have sound, wireless, or weather resistance. ... Read more

    3. Toshiba Wireless Network Camera (IK-WB01A)
    list price: $349.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0000YB7SK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Toshiba
    Sales Rank: 4867
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Toshiba Cameras & Projectors (IK-WB01A) Toshiba Wi ... Read more


    • Bulit-in Microphone
    • PC Compatible
    • Network Camera
    • 350,000 Pixel
    • Low-light imaging

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Toshiba's IK-WB01A is a disgrace!!
    I am extremely disappointed with this camera. The manual is written in very poor English which I had a hard time deciphering and it doesn't explain some basic operations. I cannot imagine how Toshiba managed to get the best geeks in Japan to develop this camera but they couldn't get a professional translator to write up a manual in English. I know that most of their customer's speak English, so this doesn't make any sense.

    In addition, their website has several non-functional links. The links to download manuals, documentation or obtain support are all dead. The main page is but try clicking on the "customer support" links and you go nowhere.

    Last but not least, this camera doesn't seem to be able to record any video unless you purchase additional software fro about $40. This is absurd, especially for an expensive $200 camera like this. The video recording software is called NWREC01 and I had to do some research just to find out that I needed this software in order to record.

    All this reflects very poorly on Toshiba and I will try to avoid all Toshiba products from now on.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good camera but somewhat misleading for motion detection
    I was looking for a wireless pan/tilt security type camera that includes low light (for seeing outside at night or wherever there can be little light) and thought I had found the perfect one for the right price so I got this one.

    However, I was sort of misled on the motion detection option (which I also wanted).You need to wire up an external trigger (like closing a switch) which then in turn will allow the camera to record images and email you, etc, that movement was sensed.They call this alarm notification or something.This camera does not have `built-in' motion detection (unlike the higher end Toshiba model WB11A which does) or some others that do.Since the manual for the WB01A and WB11A are combined it's easy to be misled (the WB11A has configurable built-in motion detection that the manual shows you how to configure).

    Other than that, the camera is pretty easy to configure, pan/tilt/zoom works good, and the picture looks pretty decent.Not sure of the wireless range since I did not put that to the test but it was easy to configure and get on the network.The auto low light worked pretty well for seeing things in a darker setting.I haven't used other web cameras besides this one but did see a review that mentioned the Panasonic BL-C30A was better but it is also more expensive than this one.

    So if you are looking for a wireless pan/tilt/zoom camera that also can see well in low light conditions but does not have built-in motion detection, this camera is well worth a look for the price.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Outdoor camera
    Great camera for price. I bought the optional accessory kit model IK-WBACC1 so I could install the camera outdoors. I have the camera running on the 802.11b wireless network and was amazed at how easy it is to install. This is a great camera for home or business. ... Read more

    4. Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System
    list price: $110.76
    our price: $84.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002N6SM
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Mag Instrument
    Sales Rank: 191
    Average Customer Review: 4.65 out of 5 stars
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    You don't think about flashlights until you need one, and then it's too late to worry about dead batteries. Mag Instrument's rechargeable system guarantees light, features a top-of-the-line flashlight, and delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life. The flashlight changes from spotlight to floodlight with a turn of the head, and the 360-degree charging ring allows it to be mounted and recharged in any position. High-grade O-rings at each opening ensure resistance to water and shock. The durable hard-anodized finish protects the light from the sort of bumps and knocks that can happen in the dark. The system includes a recharging cradle, a rechargeable battery pack, two mounting brackets, a 110-volt AC converter, and a 12-volt DC cigarette-lighter adapter. ... Read more


    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • High-intensity adjustable light beam
    • Delivers up to 1,000 hours of battery life
    • Sealed O-rings for water and shock resistance
    • 360-degree charging ring recharges in any position

    Reviews (20)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny
    As a 10 year aircraft maintainer in the US Air Force, I've used everything from standard Mag-lites, scuba divers' lights, and even penlights in a pinch. I can say this flashlight is brighter than any other I've used. It cuts my inspection time in half because I can see things 55 feet off the ground just like it was right in front of me. Don't be fooled to think a rechargeable battery pack isn't as strong as standard alkaline batteries. This isn't the case. I wouldn't trade this flashlight for anything!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Mag Lite is good for general purpose
    Having read the other reviews, I decided to add one myself:

    Many police departments standard issue Mag Lite products. The 2,3..etc D sized flashlights make reliable flashlights and their weight can also make them useful as a baton in a pinch. I have several different Mag Lights (the mini's, the 2, and a 5 D monster). They always work, the beam is generally good, and for the money, they are a good value. They are NOT the best flashlight ever made... but for 20-30-40 bucks, they are a great flashlight for about 99% of what people need flashlights for...

    If you REALLY need alot of quick light - i.e., you are planning to rely on this light for a tactical or self-defense situation, then I wouldn't buy a Mag Lite... ASP, Surefire (my favorite), Inova, etc., make much better flashlights for that situation. A Surefire C2 or Z2 model is about the size of a Mini-Mag but delivers about 5 times the light of the largest Mag LIte product... all without a focusable beam. The technology of SureFire is unparallelled, in my opine, but I think it is akin to comparing a Ferarri to a Ford... yeah, they're both cars, but that's about as far as the comparison should go... Also, most high-performance flashlights run for about an hour or so... Mag's will run longer. Also, you can go to any HD or hardware store and buy mags, batteries, lamps, etc.... try doing that with a SureFire... NOT. So there are comparative advantages and disadvantages to both...

    Mag's products are good... but you get what you pay for and not every flashlight is suitable for every application. If you are a LE officer, military, etc., it's unlikely you will want Mag Lite as the product you're going to trust your life to.... they just are not bright enough to stun someone in a life and death situation... If you want a decent reliable flashlight for home emergency use, then Mag LIte is the best product you can possibly buy.

    ...I own both for different reasons... I just wish I owned a Ford and a Ferarri too!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Becoming a dinosaur
    There is a lot going on within the technology of flashlights recently. LED, Lithium batteries, focus bezels, etc. The Mag Instrument RX1019 Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Flashlight System is an OK rechargeable flashlight. But the technology today (ie from SureFire and others) has Mag Lights falling behind a bit technologically. For example, weight and size. IF you are in law enforcement and need and depend on escalating use of force (ie loud assured voice, large heavy flashlight, side arm, shot gun), MOST other situations only criteria for a good flashlight is how much light it puts out and the quality (no dead spots, etc) of that light. AND in the smallest, lightest package. This is where (IN GENERAL) MagLite has dropped off.
    I must say (before I get a bunch of negative votes) that I have owned 20 or 30 Mags over my working career. And the product is very durable and they are proven reliable. But for the money, I've found that Surefire offers a more powerful beam of light. Surefire is lighter too.
    I've had to depend on my MagLight many times but I've switched to SureFire. It's the 21st Century.
    John Row

    5-0 out of 5 stars Light up your life!
    This light is awesome! With 40,000 candlewatt power it will light up your entire room in your house when the power goes out-which we here in Raleigh have experienced a lot in the past few years. With 1000 recharges possible it pays for itself over and over. Can't go wrong with this one!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent.......but..........
    The flashlight is brilliant, literally. Once it's charged for the first time it's unreal. And for occasional or rare usage it is extremely practical. But, if you use it for several hours a day, you may find that it takes too long to get a full charge back into the battery. In fact, the only chance you can get it to fully charge is over the weekend. Two batteries? How can you charge the spare battery pack when it has to be in the flashlight (which has to be in the charger) to recharge? Mag Instruments are apparently working on the problem, but to this date they do not have a rapid charger, or a charging cradle for a battery pack only. You could of course buy 2 flashlights and use them on alternate days. Rather expensive though. ... Read more

    5. Brink's 5084DB 1.2' 1 Hour Steel Digital Fingerprint Technology Fire Safe
    list price: $499.95
    our price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002A4L1W
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Brink's Home Security
    Sales Rank: 1371
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    • 1.2 cu ft of storage capacity
    • Biometric Fingerprint Locking Technology
    • Dual LCD digital lock with key, operates on 4-AA batteries (included) and has manual over-ride feature
    • Brink's Home Security Brand - A Trusted name in Security Since 1859
    • 1 Hour Fire Rated, UL Listed

    6. Brink's 5070 Digital Electronic Anti-Theft Wall Safe
    list price: $199.95
    our price: $149.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00006I4Y9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Brink's Home Security
    Sales Rank: 1167
    Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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    • Made of solid heavy gauge steel - door, frame and walls; dual live bolts in door; internal pry-proof hinge
    • Brink's Home Security Brand - A Trusted name in Security Since 1859
    • Burglary resistant Anti-Theft Wall Safe
    • .43 cu ft of storage capacity - designed to fit in standard 2x4 construction with studs 16" on center
    • Digital electronic locking system with user programmable combination; emergency over-ride key

    Reviews (4)

    2-0 out of 5 stars poor quality, terrible customer service
    Very rough operation of lock mechanism. Bottom shelf is almost unusable because of the position of locking mechanism. I attempted to contact the customer service dept. listed on the enclosed warranty sheet. The 1-800-number listed on the warranty
    sheet referred me to a 10-10- number, which was a directory who
    gave me the no. of Sisco. I received my phone bill today and found the directory charged me $5.98 to give me the Brinks customer service no. So what do you think of a manufacturer who

    gives you a phony 800 no. which refers you to an outfit which charges you $5.98 to give you their phone no.? This,along with a poorly designed, poor quality product. I will never buy anything
    from Brinks again. I don't think too much of Amazon for dealing with Brinks. BTW I sent an e-mail to their customer service dept.
    Of course I have never received an answer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Easy to install and use
    This safe is extremely easy to install and use. I own this safe and agree that it would be very hard to remove. You secure it with heavy screws from the inside that go into the wall studs. A thief would need to know your combination before they could remove it. In fact we just moved and I'm about to order another one for our new house.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Stupid NON-Owner!!! I own one, so listen up!
    Disreguard the review above! This man had to "ask questions". I own one, and can tell you from experience that this safe is not able to be removed without opening the door, at least not with just a screw would need a chainsaw or sledge hammer. The screws on the front that you see in the pictures are really only to keep the front flange flush with the wall. the real support and mounting screws go into pre-drilled holes in the inside on the left and right of the safe cavity. It fits perfect if you have 16inch on center studs. Cut the drywall carefully and you will have no problem concealing the hole with the safe flange.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Looks good, but is it really safe?
    After asking some questions, I learned that the only thing that will stop a thief is a screwdiver. There are 4 screws (outside corners) that hold this entire safe to the wall. If you have a screwdiver, the entire unit can be removed and stolen. Brinks can simply fix this problem by having interior holes (access only by opening the door). Long screws can secure the safe to the adjacent 2x4s, again only if you have the door open. However, the safe has steel walls and an owner can't easily drill their own holes. Not very practical or safe! ... Read more

    7. JVC GRHD1 High Definition Digital Video Camcorder w/10x Optical Zoom
    by JVC
    list price: $3,499.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008H2NG
    Catlog: Photography
    Manufacturer: JVC
    Sales Rank: 1541
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • Professional-quality High-Definition DV camcorder and still camera with1.18-megapixel progressive scan CCD
    • 10x optical zoom lens (digital zoom to 200x) with Picture Stabilizer for shooting without blur from camera motion when zoomed
    • 3.5-inch rotating color polycrystalline silicon LCD and color LCD viewfinder
    • Info-Shoe for a variety of optional attachments such as an Auto Light, Video Flash, or Stereo Zoom Mic
    • BN-V428U 2800 mAh, high-capacity, rechargeable battery pack

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars If you have an HDTV, you need this camcorder!!!!
    This is the first camcorder I have ever used that looks good on an HDTV. No... Let me correct that. It looks great!!!

    Have you ever wondered why a normal camcorder looks so bad on an HDTV? It's because an HDTV is very high resolution. When you connect a traditional camcorder (even a Mini DV), the TV sees a much smaller, comparatively low resolution picture and must scale it (digitally enlarge it) to fit the screen. It doesn't matter if you have a $400 low end cam or a $4000 high end cam... Scaling the picture on virtually any HDTV will ruin your camcorder picture.

    JVC solved this on the GR-HD1 with the world's first consumer HD camcorder. Basically, it's the first consumer camcorder ever that makes a picture which correctly fits a widescreen HDTV. It records a picture with 720 x 1280 dots, compared with 480 x 720 dots for a normal camcorder.

    The result? The detail & resolution is simply phennominal! The colors look great! The video is much more appealing to watch in widescreen because it more closely matches your natural field of vision.

    The only thing you need to be careful of is the frame rate. This shoots 720/30P. What that means is it takes video at 30 frames per second. As a result, if the camera uses too fast of a shutter speed you may see a "jitter" in things that move on-screen. The fix is really easy: Simply take the camcorder out of the "auto" mode and lock in a 1/30th of a second shutter speed. This eliminates the vast majority of the jitter. What you are left with is a superb high resolution video with a subtle "film-like" quality.

    You don't have to be Stephen Speilberg to appreciate this. This is the ideal camcorder for any type of family video. Think about the great stuff happening today that you'll want to be able to watch 10-20 years from now, and still be happy with the quality.

    If you own an HDTV, no other camcorder else even comes close! ... Read more

    8. Diamond Gen IV - Rechargeable No Battery Forever LED Shake Flashlight - 2 Hour - Clear
    list price: $49.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00068RVYE
    Catlog: Sports
    Manufacturer: Diamond LED Shake Flashlight
    Sales Rank: 3
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    Product Description

    Never buy batteries again and avoid the frustration of flashlights that dont work when you really need them! Diamond® Shake flashlights are the latest generation technology, so theyre brighter & last longer than a Forever® flashlight or Nightstar® flashlight. For a light that works when you need it, these are perfect for emergency preparedness kit use. NO batteries - NO bulb! Just shake to recharge! 1 1/2 minutes shaking gives you up to 2 HOURS of blueish white LED light. It stays super bright for 20 minutes, then starts to fade but you can still read read in the dark with it. Just shake it again for a few seconds tho, and the brightness comes back. The Diamond® LED flashlight lasts forever, its tough polycarbonate sealed waterproof housing is rated to 125m below water. Theres NO parts or gears to wear out or break. The Forever flashlight is perpetually rechargeable, recharged by a magnet moving through a coil that recharges the flashlight forever! They are fantastic for kids at Halloween or year round, it always works & is fun to charge. The Diamond LED shake flashlight will save you $ on battery costs & bulb replacements forever! Its GREAT for the car & home emergency kit, kids, in the boat or camping and the Unbreakable LED light bulb lasts 10 years! The Diamond® Shake light is available in Clear, Yellow or Black housings, in a 20 minute or 2 hour version & has 2 Patents for technology & design. Its available in bulk with custom logos & packaging, too. We love this product and guaranty them 10 years! ... Read more


    • NO batteries - NO bulb! Just shake to recharge! Great gift!
    • 1 1/2 minutes shaking gives you up to 2 HOURS of LED light!
    • Saves you $ on battery costs & bulb replacements!
    • Great for the car & home emergency kit, kids, in the boat or camping!
    • Tough polycarbonate sealed waterproof housing rated to 400' below water!

    9. Streamlight 78014 Ultra Stinger Rechargeable 75,000 Candlepower Flashlight
    list price: $169.95
    our price: $89.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00008BFSL
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 632
    Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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    • 11.75¿ long
    • Powerful, rechargeable flashlight with xenon halogen bi-pin bulb produces up to 75,000 candlepower
    • Constructed of black, machined aluminum with push button switch
    • Up to 1 continuous hour of use between charges
    • Weighs 16.1 ounces

    Reviews (6)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Amazon reshipped defective product to me! OUTRAGEOUS!
    I got my Ultrastinger from Amazon today. It has a cracked/torn rubber nipple over the on/off switch, and from all the fingemarks and other tell-tale little marks on it, it's clearly a USED, PRE-OWNED item. Other evidence: the product box was not shrink-wrapped or sealed as it should be, and the battery was fully charged (new flashlights do not come with fully charged NiCad batteries).

    I am outraged that Amazon would re-ship a returned, defective item, but that's exactly what has happened. This makes me very wary of ordering from them again. I immediately ordered that UPS come to pick this up and take it back at no charge to me. Now I have to "wait 7-12 days" AFTER they get this POS back before I get a refund. Nice.

    Also, now that I've seen the way the rubber switch cover fails, I've decided not to get this product anyway. I'll have to look into another manufacturer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST & THE BRIGHTEST!!!

    The Streamlight Ultra Stinger™ Rechargable flashlight ROCKS!!!

    I am a gadget nut, and I have a very large number of flashlights. IMHO, there is no better all-around flashlight than Streamlight's Ultra Stinger.

    It truly is amazing how bright and light-weight this flashlight is. It puts out up to 75,000 candlepower yet weighs only 1.1 pounds. Not only is it bright, but you can focus the light to a small, penetrating beam that can be seen for miles.

    Don't let the light weight fool you, however. This flashlight feels rock-solid in your hand, and it can take a licking. I take mine running almost every night, and have dropped it on the pavement more than a few times, and it just keeps going.

    The Ultra Stinger is also durable and reliable. I've had my current model for over two years now, and the battery is still fine. I did have to replace the light bulb once, but that's not bad considering how many hours it's been in use and how many times I've recharged it.

    The only flashlight that even compares to the Ultra Stinger is the SureFire 10X Dominator™. The Dominator weighs only 1.25 lbs and has a two-lamp assembly that allows you to run it at 60 lumens (roughly 36,000 CP by my calculations, about half the output of the Ultra Stinger) for up to 3 hours, or at an incredibly bright 500 lumens for up to 20 minutes. Yes, 500 lumens (or roughly 300,000 CP) is 4X brighter than the Ultra Stinger, but the light is UNFOCUSED, so the brightness is lost over any real distance as the light diffuses. When you factor in the ridiculously high price of the Dominator (the best price I could find on the Internet was $360!), you can see why I recommend the Streamlight as the overall champion. The Dominator is a great flashlight in its own right, of course, so probably the best idea is to get both.

    I have several other flashlights from Streamlight, and they are all very well-made. Nevertheless, whenever I want a nice bright flashlight, I always go for my Ultra Stinger. My only serious question about it is, how can Streamlight make the Ultra Stinger so bright and light-weight, while their other models don't even come close? The brightest flashlight in the SL- series is the SL-35, which weighs 2.8 pounds (almost 3X more than the Ultra Stinger) and puts out up to 40,000 CP (Slightly more than half that of the Ultra Stinger). Plus, it's more expensive! The MSPR on the SL-35 is $229.95 vs. $174.95 for the Ultra Stinger. That math doesn't add up.

    Other unbelievable examples: Streamlight's 3.3 pound 8-Watt Vulcan™ spotlight can generate up to 50,000 CP, and the 7.4 pound 20-Watt Litebox™ spotlight can kick out up to 70,000 CP. How is it even remotely possible that the Ultra Stinger, weighing in at 1.1 pounds and sporting a 10-Watt bulb, can out-shine these oversized hogs? The obvious answer is "runtime" - the Litebox™ can run at 20 Watts for up to 3.5 hours compared to a 1 hour runtime for the Ultra Stinger. Who cares - I'll take the Ultra Stinger every time!

    Streamlight should take their older lights off the market and replace them or update them with the better technology found in the Ultra Stinger, like they did with the new Stinger HP. The Stinger HP weighs 12.2 ounces and kicks out 40,000 CP. Plus, the beam can be focused, while the SL- series is "pre-focused".

    I'm sure that Streamlight is on the case -- the HP models are nice, and I really like the Pro Polymer LED lights, too. I just wish that they could come out with an affordable competitor to the $1,800 Maxabeam 6 million CP spotlight.


    5-0 out of 5 stars It's only competitor is the sun.
    I have never seen anything like this before in my life. The ratio of power to size blows my mind. I had someone shine this at me from about 50 feet away and it actually *blinded* me for about 10 seconds and I felt physically ill for about 10 minutes. If you buy this flashlight, you won't need a new one for about 50 years... because that's how long this thing was built to last.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great serviceable rechargeable light. Good quality.
    Streamlight's UltraStinger is really in a niche by itself. Mag Light's rechargeables aren't as bright and SureFire's are much more expensive, so the UltraStringer is really made for someone desiring a quality light that won't break the bank.

    Some of the nice features of this light: It's very lightweight, very bright (75,000 candlepower), run time is very good for this much light output. Well made, quality construction.

    Some of the cons about this light: Plastic lens (seems only SureFire will give you a genuine Pyrex, glass lens these days) and the spot/flood range isn't really that much of a difference (Mag's spot/flood produces a SPOT or a FLOOD). The Streamlight has a very coarse adjustment range, really being all the same style output, with very LITTLE difference in the SPOT / FLOOD. This isn't as bad as it sounds as the light produced is a very good, pure white light, I'd just like to see more variation in the range, but I'm being picky here.

    One thing's for certain; this light is much better than Mag's rechargeable and a lesser light than SureFire's 8 or 9N rechargeable. But, it's also half the price of the SureFire and 80% less than SureFire's 10-X. So, I've got to give it 5 stars for being a great value, occupying a market not really served by either Mag or SureFire.

    If you're a contractor or home inspector, this light is THE value on the market in a bright, quality constructed rechargeable.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight UltraStinger: I gotta wear shades
    I've had a Streamlight UltraStinger for a little while now. Let me say that this is one, bright light!

    +'s: BRIGHT, rechargeable, lightweight, adjustable beam from spotlight to floodlight, good quality/workmanship (not that cheap plastic stuff!), pushbutton switch (on/off/momentary on), up to 1 hour between charges, small diameter (easy for people with small hands to hold).

    -'s: expensive, slightly long, charge time is long.

    This flashlight is a little large to take with you when walking the dog, but it's not too bulky so you can bring it if you want.

    This package from Amazon comes with both chargers (wall and car) so it's very convenient to throw it back in the charger when you are done using it. The charger is made so that you can place the flashlight into it by sliding it in from the top, or "snapping" it in from the front. A nice feature if you are limited on space when mounting the charger.

    I have one in the car to read those street signs on those dark roads. Just as good as a Q-Beam spotlight, but smaller.

    Would I get another one? Definitely! They are expensive, but you get what you pay for. ... Read more

    10. Petzl E43P2 Tikka LED Headlamp
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $24.99
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    Asin: B0006J30FC
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Petzl
    Sales Rank: 69
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    • Delivers 150 hours continuous light
    • Perfect for camping, hiking, home projects--any time you need extra light
    • Comfortable adjustable strap with cushion forehead pad
    • Fits in the palm of your hand
    • Extremely lightweight--weighs only 2.5 ounces

    11. MailGuard Locking Mailbox

    Asin: B0006GC1KU
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    • Made of polyethylene plastic
    • Over 2000 cubic inches of mail storage
    • Impact and vandal resistant
    • Retrieve delivered mail only with a key
    • Spacious opening for large-size mail

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Safety
    This is an excellent unit.I did some serious shopping for a locking box and this is perfect.Durable, reliable and a lot of space.I go away on business trips so often that I need the protection without having to worry about my mail.This is a tough box and a great deal.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Perfect Mailbox - We Feel Very Secure
    We are convinced that my husband's identity theft problem was a result of someone taking bills and other mail from our mailbox and using the information.We were so upset by the incident that we were going to get a post office box.Then we found this mailbox, bought it, and are completely satisfied.We never worry about our mail anymore - even when we're on vacation.We have recommended Mailguard to all our friends and neighbors.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Illusion of Safety
    The bolt seems adequate to me, the problem is the hinge mechanism is a joke; I had to pop it into place by hand.A thief could pop this open in 1/2 second.Ironically, the mail compartment is hard to open normally, I will probably need a pry bar just to get my mail.They also only provided 3 out of 4 mounting screws.The flag mounting design is also poor, although I wont ever use it so I don't care.

    Update: while attempting to sand down the door so that it would be openable, it fell onto the floor.The top mail slot broke off, and is now unusable; the bottom ("secure") mail door popped off its hinges.This thing is worthless.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Product
    I highly recommend this mailbox.So well designed and so well made.It carries all the mail of our family of 8 for several days.It cost less than any other locking mailbox I could find.It's good to have this kind of box.I am surprised we haven't had one of these sooner.We love it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Thank you MailGuard
    I purchased the MailGuard mailbox as a surprise for my husband.It arrived in the afternoon one day and I had it installed before my husband got home from work that evening.Installation is so easy and my husband loves the mailbox.We travel alot in the summer and have always had the hassel of what to do with our mail.We don't have to stop our mail or burden our neighbors to pick it up for us anymore.We left for 3 weeks and when we returned our mail was locked safely in our mailbox, undisturbed.Thank you MailGuard! ... Read more


    our price: $639.99
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    Asin: B00007FS0H
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Panasonic
    Sales Rank: 11242
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    Product Description

    Panasonic Consumer (KXHCM270) PANASONIC NETWORK CAMERA ... Read more

    13. Streamlight 68202 ProPolymer 4AA Flashlight with 7 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    list price: $39.95
    our price: $23.89
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    Asin: B00008BFS8
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 42
    Average Customer Review: 4.56 out of 5 stars
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    You'll be blown away by the light that comes from this little unit-—it's amazing. It provides a bright swath of light so much bigger than what we expected. Seven super-bright, 100,000-hour light-emitting diodes LEDs mean you'll never have to replace a bulb. We love its ergonomic shape and how it feels in hand. Even with its included batteries loaded, it weighs just six ounces. A helmet clamp is available to affix it to your headgear. We think this is the perfect light for camping, for police and fire professionals, electricians, plumbers (because it's waterproof!), and homeowners for when the power fails.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


    • Run time of up to 155 hours on 4 AA alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 6.3 ounces
    • 6.5-inches long
    • Compact flashlight featuring 7 ultra bright White LEDs and tailcap switching
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Best value for a flashlight
    This is the first LED light I have found that can really replace that clunky-yet-popular aluminum brand. This light has a smoother, whiter beam than a Krypton lamp (the kind pretty much all standard flashlights use). Xenon bulbs are brighter than the LED's, but Xenon flashlights only have one bulb that is overheating, delicate, expensive, and inefficient. Instead of just one or two LEDs like cheaper lights, this one uses 7 of the highest quality LEDs I have seen. The LEDs are efficient, run at a low temperature (because they produce so little wasted heat), are durable if dropped, and don't burn out.

    It is comparable to a typical light that uses 2 C-cell batteries, but a smoother beam without black spots. A set of 4 AA batteries lasts for the better part of a week, as opposed to the old piece of garbage light you keep in the closet that only goes for about half of a day on 2 C batteries.

    If you live in an area where you can lose power for almost a whole day (or occassionally several days in a bad storm), this is a flashlight that you can actually use. Leave it on in the middle of the room until the power comes back so you don't trip on anything. They also make a model that uses C-cells, has 10 LEDs instead of 7, and lasts twice as long.

    5-0 out of 5 stars intensely modern and efficient
    This slick, multi-LED-bulbed beauty is well worth the premium price (compared to other, more mundane flashlights.) It is well-designed and uses but a fraction of the battery power of its traditional Ray-oVac, etc rivals. It is a broad flood-light pattern, so hold on to your Mag-lites for the smaller, more focused jobs.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight ignors defect, no way to treat customers.
    I like this light, it does what I expected except one of the seven LED is out.
    I made contact with Streamlight the day my light arrived yet have had NO response,
    its been 7 weeks. Is it too much to ask for a product to preform as designed? I paid for a 7 LED light not a 6. All I need is a replacement bulb head.
    StreamLight, I hope you see this and change your ways, with good products good service must follow. I would have ordered more but if this is an "AS-IS" product at premium prices I'll look long and hard before spending my money on any streemlight products. I tell it the way I know best and regret negitive info, I hope its just an oversight but have seen others telling the same here at Amazon.

    3-0 out of 5 stars LED Failure!
    Based on other reviewers' comments, I must have the only faulty example of this flashlight Streamlight has produced. The 4AA performs well indoors, but lacks the light output to be considered adequate for all-around use. Light output diminishes rapidly after only a few hours, and the manufacturer's claims of hundreds of hours of light output are exaggerated. In addition, the LED's in my light began to fail after only about five house of use. First, one LED began blinking and then went out altogether. Finally only three of the seven LED's were burning. I have returned the light to Streamlight with the hopes they would replace this faulty product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The only Flashlight youll ever need
    Unless you need a beam that will light up and object 30+ feet away you will consider the battery life and effectivness of this flashlight as worth 3 times its cost. I like this one better than my maglite 4 D battery light. But the mag light is better when you need to see far ahead. Still I would highly recomment this one if you need a general duty flashlight and worry about bulb and battery repacement every 25 hours or so.
    Best emergency flashlight imaginable. ... Read more

    14. Video Door Phone Intercom Security Surveillance System with Color LCD Monitor & Camera
    list price: $399.00
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    Asin: B00063V7AS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: SVAT Electronics
    Sales Rank: 37215
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    Product Description

    Do you feel uncomfortable having your kids answer the door for strangers? This system allows you to see who is at the door before opening it. You can even speak to the person directly and unlock the door for them by pressing the door unlock button (optional). The VISS7000 has a 5.6 inch color LCD screen that will provide you with an accurate motion image of the person at the door. Ideal for either home or office use, this video door phone will insure safety and protection where it is needed. This system is also equipped with a unique alarm/panic feature which will sound using the alarm button. Use this feature if your visitor is unwelcome to scare them off. The best part of this system is the ease of installation . . . it is a simple plug-&-play device with a simple connection that anyone can set up within minutes. This system will work with 3 monitors, only 1 is supplied, you can add extra monitors as an option. Benefits: increase the overall security of your home or business, keep annoying solicitors away, children won't have to open the door to strangers while you are away, decrease vandalism, deter potential crime, you don't have to get up to answer the door, open the door remotely (optional). Calling: Visitors press the CALL button on camera unit, the visual image of the visitor appears on the monitor inside with a electrical chime bell. Conversation: After identifying the visitor visually, talk to the visitor shown on the screen by pressing the MONITOR button and have a conversation just as you would on a normal speaker phone (hands free operation). Monitoring: Simply press the MONITOR button to identify visitors at the door without them being aware that they are being watched or to monitor the immediate area around the doorway. This allows you to monitor the visitors at your door, even though they may not have pressed the call button. This can help to avoid the risk of opening the door to strangers or to observe the area if you suspect foul play. ... Read more


    • Allows you to screen visitors at the door
    • Simple and easy plug-&-play installation
    • Single wire security system with indoor monitor & outdoor camera
    • Expandable to connect up to 3 monitors
    • Door unlock feature if you have a door strike installed.

    15. James Bond Stealth Camera
    list price: $149.00
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    Asin: B00020P7Y2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Digital Dream
    Sales Rank: 1489
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    Product Description

    Gadget lovers rejoice! There is finally a hi-tech gadget from Q's laboratory that can be had by the measly (albeit smart) masses who are not fortunate enough to carry a license to kill. Not even the likes of Auric Goldfinger would imagine that this inconspicuous Zippo look-alike actually contains a digital camera capable of holding over 300 images. The JB1 uses ST Micro technology to capture highly-detailed images with incredibly small file sizes. After all, you can't imagine James Bond stopping in the middle of a mission to insert another memory card, can you? Sneaking a pic indoors is kept stealthy thanks to LiteSync technology that allows you to take clear images in fluorescent lighting without using a flash. When your mission requires an especially deft touch, use the JB1's surveillance mode to automatically capture images at preset intervals up to 90 minutes apart, spanning up to nineteen days! Of course, you can also capture video clips with sound, so you can record that elusive piece of evidence wherever you may find it. This little gadget can also come in handy when you need to take a quick mental note, thanks to its voice recording function. This tiny little gem will record up to 12 minutes of crystal clear audio, so you don't forget any important pieces of information. A nice touch for a secret agent, or an everyday businessman who aspires to be one... ... Read more


    • High Resolution Digital Still Camera: Internal memory holds up to 150 pictures @ 640 x 480, up to 310 pictures @ 320 x 240
    • Surveillance Mode: Record images at preset time intervals; perfect for covert observation for up to 19 days
    • Amazing ST Micro technology allows for high quality image capture with incredibly small file sizes.
    • Video Clip Recording with Sound: Make undercover recordings of up to 30 seconds duration
    • Data Storage and Transfer: Move important data between computers utilizing your JB1 camera as a portable hard disc drive.

    16. Casio EV-570 Handheld Portable TV
    list price: $149.99
    our price: $99.94
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    Asin: B00005T3SM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 753
    Average Customer Review: 3.54 out of 5 stars
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    Take your TV on the go with the Casio EV-570 portable TV. Catch the big game or your favorite show when you can't be at home to watch. The EV-570 features a glare-resistant 2.5-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) color screen and runs for up to 2 hours on AAA batteries.

    Watch any broadcast channel on the VHF or UHF dial with the built-in antenna. Optional connections allow you to hook the TV up to cable or to boost your reception with an external antenna (not included). You can also connect the unit to an external video component, such as a DVD player or VCR with an optional A/V cord (not included).

    The EV-570 features a built-in speaker, as well as an earphone jack. The channel tuning keys are on the front of the unit. Volume and brightness controls are included on the side. The TV can be powered by your choice of 4 AAA batteries or a AC or car adapter (not included). Without batteries, the EV-570 weighs less than a pound.

    What's in the Box
    Handheld TV, owner's manual. ... Read more


    • 2.5-inch high-resolution LCD screen; measures 8.5 x 7 x 1.4 inches (W x H x D)
    • Weighs less than 1pound without batteries
    • Runs up to 2 hours on 4 AAA batteries, optional AC/DC connections
    • Optional inputs for cable and A/V components
    • Built-in mono speaker and earphone jack

    Reviews (13)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Best Portable Tv
    I have one of this portable TV Casio EV570 ,my freind borrowed it from me and enjoy wacthing,he got one for him he enjoyed wacthing because the picture so clear.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Casio has Crystals
    This company comes out with superb configuration for handheld TV's. The 2.5" screen model EV-570 is Casio's smallest TFT (LCD technology abbreviation) TV. The picture is very sharp and clear. Don't avoid buying this TV just because it doesn't have the cheapest price tag. I have enjoy watching the VCR through the audio/video jack right on my lap instead of the large TV screen. This handy size TV will be enjoyed both indoors and out.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good TV for its size
    I take a lot of road trips so I decided to get this handheld TV. All I have to say is wow; I was up in New Hampshire over the weekend and this TV picked up more channels, while in the car, than the TV we had in our place that had rabbit ears. The only problems I encountered were that I was watching a football game and I couldn't see the score because the screen was too small. Also the battery life is no more than just over 2 hours, but I bought rechargeable batteries and a charger which gets rid of that problem. Anyway I would definetly recommend this TV to anyone who wants to watch a TV when they aren't close to one.

    1-0 out of 5 stars DEFECTIVE PRODUCT - DON'T BUY IT! 0 stars.....
    I was given this item as a gift and 5 minutes after putting in the batteries and getting nothing but a dark fuzzy screen, I call up the customer support number, a minute later the batteries exploded in the unit (while I was on the phone with Casio Customer Support). Their reply was "these things happen".

    Then I was told to either return the defective product where it was purchased within 30 days and the retailer would replace it, or pay for shipping and insurance to send it to somewhere in New Jersey where I was told it may take them up to 30 days to look at it.

    I'm not sure if I even want another one, at the risk of getting injured by exploding batteries from bad circuitry.

    I would never buy or reccommend any products from Casio.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor picture quality!
    It is almost impossible to get a clear picture on any channel and the sound quality is poor. Buying this handheld was a big mistake! ... Read more

    17. AXIS 2110 Network Camera
    list price: $499.00
    our price: $471.99
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    Asin: B00006Y0CO
    Catlog: CE
    Sales Rank: 42865
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Axis Communications (0146-004-01) AXIS 2110 NETWORK CAMERA ... Read more


    • Compatible with Windows 98, NT, 2000, Me, and XP; Mac OS X; Linux
    • 640 x 480 video resolution
    • Microphone required for sending audio
    • Ethernet interface
    • Built-in Web server and network interface

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars NETWORKED TV
    Well, it isn't HDTV but it works and works well! You can see clearly once it is set up properly. The system installed easily and worked out of the box with no problems. The software was a bit sparce but it worked. I use it to take pictures of patients and the quality is good. Hey, it's no Mona Lisa but at least I can see which Mrs Jones is here today!

    Buy it. It is good value for money. ... Read more

    18. Streamlight 33202 ProPolymer 3C Flashlight with 10 Ultra Bright White LEDs
    list price: $54.95
    our price: $26.99
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    Asin: B00008BFS9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Streamlight
    Sales Rank: 264
    Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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    • 8.55 inches long
    • Alkaline flashlight containing 10 ultra bright White LEDs with clip and tailcap switching.
    • Constructed of yellow, waterproof, non-conductive thermoplastic, Class 1 Div 1 listed
    • Run time of up to 336 hours on 3 C alkaline batteries
    • Weighs 13.5 ounces

    Reviews (9)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Poor performer underwater/ NOT shock resistant
    I bought one of these lights to work underwater and the seals failed filling the battery compartment with water. Streamlight replaced it, but when dropped from 4 feet to a carpeted floor it failed..replacement LED is 37.95 with shipping and replacement Streamlight 3C LED can be had for $39.00 so...I am tossing the Streamlight 3C LED in trash can and taking the loss...Sorry, but this item is not reliable, durable, or dependable..such a surprise for a company with such a good rep

    5-0 out of 5 stars Once you've had LED you'll never go back.
    This thing puts out an amazing amount of light and the batteries last forever. I keep one in the trunk of every car I own (3).

    3-0 out of 5 stars Streamlight 33202 LED 3C NOT Waterproof
    Everything said about this flashlight is spot on except for the fact that after using underwater in less than 10 feet, the battery compartment leaked and the batteries turned to rusted mush. So much for the claims of being waterproof!!! Otherwise a really nice flashlight but not the rugged competitor it claims to be...
    So far have not heard from the manufacturer about servicing the warranty...will let you know

    3-0 out of 5 stars It grows on you
    Very nice product for what it does, but it takes some getting used to. First the good. Appears very durable and has a nice feel to it when carrying. Excellent for inside a house, such as during a power outage. The white light is very diffuse and wide angle illuminating a large area or an entire room.

    Now for the not-so-good. The on switch in at the end of unit - inconvenient. The LED light is very different from the traditional flashlights and may not be what you expect. The light is not focused. Used outdoors, the diffuse light will illuminate I found relatively good up to only about 30 feet. The beam cannot be focused from a diffuse pattern to a sharp compact beam. My mag light is definitely better for outdoors.

    Overall, nice product but it serves a niche. Definitely not the only flashlight I would want - or need - to own.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Don't Drop This Flashlight
    Contrary to what a previous reviewer said about being able to throw it against a wall without breaking it, this flashlight did not survive a 2 foot fall from my young childs hand onto the street this Halloween evening.

    It is broken and no longer working. I had it a week. Update 11/14/03-after several emails back and forth, the company did send a free replacement LED bulb unit. The flashlight works again. Only thing now is that they sent blue LED lights instead of the white ones I had originall purchased. I've raised the ranking one more star for their response, albeit flawed.

    Be careful it is fragile despite it's looks. Don't be fooled by claims by other reviewers who have not put it through a simple test by a child dropping it. ... Read more

    19. Casio SY-4000 4" Handheld TV
    list price: $249.99
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    Asin: B00007M0GE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Casio
    Sales Rank: 12144
    Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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    • 4-inch color screen with anti-glare active matrix technology (TFT); TV is 5.9 x 3.9 x 1.8 inches (W x H x D)
    • Water-resistant handheld; ready to go wherever you go
    • Powered by either 4 AA batteries or the optional AC adapter 
    • Built-in earphone jack lets you personalize your viewing experience
    • Rod antenna

    Reviews (3)

    2-0 out of 5 stars no customer service, no adapter
    I just bought this and 1. it did not come with an adapter for in-home use nor did it come with a car adapter. Its a neat little tv, but - when I tried to call to ORDER the adapters - the number is "no longer active". So what does that tell you? It tells you that - do not buy this product. It costs too much, and they can't even supply an adapter! and 2. There is NO customer service to order more supplies, ask about warranty, return the defective product or ask general inquiries. I gave it two stars for its quality, but dropped the two stars for horrible customer service and no adapter.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Much less than expected!
    This TV is not very sensitive and does not pick up stations very well. The unit does not work with an external power source and must be repaired which is an additional shipping cost. The bottom line: Another expensive useless piece of junk!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Too cool!
    This thing is AMAZING! Courtesy of Hurricane Isabel and a decaying deregulated infrastructure, our power has gone off 6 times in the past month, for as long as 10 hours at a time. Even though we have laptops, the DSL doesn't work without AC, so repeated unpredictable blackouts really cut us off from the world, the weather etc. No more. It works on batteries, a vehicle DC charger, or regular AC. Batteries last forever courtesy of the LCD screen. It has a built-in, adjustable antenna but since we are in the sticks and a minimum of 55 miles to the nearest broadcast station, we got an optional adaptor designed to connect it to an outside antenna, but we connected it to cable instead. Direct connect to cable gives channels 2-22 and 56-98, we've also run it thru a VCR to give access to all channels (of course that doesn't work when the power is off). Last power outage - no problem, got local news to determine that it wasn't a terrorist attack, it wasn't affecting the entire east coast, just a little local inconvenience. It's funny now that when the power goes off and the neighbors are in utter darkness, we still have a working light in the frontyard because its a gaslight, AND have the familiar blue glow coming from this puppy inside - combining the best of the 19th century & the 21st.

    In addition, my partner and I no longer fight over the tube. We can both watch what we want to within arm's reach of each other, with little unwanted disturbance from the other. He can point out the Cubbies fan grabbing for the ball in the playoffs, I can point out the Roomba vacuum ad I want for Xmas, and then we happily both go back to what we were doing. THIS is how technology should work! ... Read more

    20. Sonin 03300 Wireless Water Alarm
    list price: $31.49
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004W4B5
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Sonin
    Sales Rank: 220
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    The prospect of a water leak is bad enough, but a sneaky water leak--the kind that goes undetected until the otherwise preventable damage is beyond the point of quick repair--is far worse. Sonin's wireless water alarm, with its transmitter range of up to 50 feet, will fix this problem by alerting you to leaks near your hot water heater, washing machine, dishwasher, sump pump, or other water-bearing unit. You can even use it when filling a tub or a swimming pool; when the mountable sensor detects water, the alarm goes off. It's easy to use, too: simply mount the remote sensor in the desired location, hang the transmitter within 6 feet, and place the receiver within your range of hearing. The unit comes with an AC adapter but can also be powered by batteries. In the event of a leak or overflow, the alarm will sound for up to three days (provided no one responds initially). The wireless water alarm also comes with a security code setting to avoid false triggering. --Rivers Janssen ... Read more


    • 1-year warranty
    • Detects water leak then sounds alarm up to 50 feet away
    • Alarm can sound for up to three days when triggered
    • Intermittent chirp signals low battery
    • Test button allows user to check battery strength

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best Houswarming Gift I ever received!!
    Anyone who has ever had a flood in their home can appreciate the agony you feel when you do not notice it for days. Several years ago, that was me. My hot water heater went on me and I did not know until after everything in my home office was destroyed.

    I was given a Sonin Wireless Water Alarm as a gift when I purchased my current home. Last month, I had another leak, but this time I was prepared. The alarm sounded and I was able to go downstairs to see the problem. I immediately turned off the water main and called a plumber. Whew! Saved by the bell... ... Read more

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