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    Cool, gotta have, Gadgets..thread.

    Post up some cool gadgets. Even if it’s out of the question price wise, maybe some of us may like it just enough to leap.

    I just came across this gem. Pretty cool gadget, I know finding two trees would suffice but there are sometimes no trees to be found or no “perfect two” close enough together to do the job.

    Thought I’d share and open a thread to get more unknown gadgets out there.

    https://www.ojcommerce.com/hammaka-h...AaAmSHEALw_wcB

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    Does it come with a seatbelt?

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    Wifey ordered these some time ago, they replace the twist wire on a loaf of bread.

    Very handy, highly recommended.

    https://www.amazon.com/Set-Bread-Bag...0&sr=8-52&th=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Wifey ordered these some time ago, they replace the twist wire on a loaf of bread.

    Very handy, highly recommended.

    https://www.amazon.com/Set-Bread-Bag...0&sr=8-52&th=1
    Hmmm .... could solve one of life’s ongoing problems. Pondering where the tiny twist wire or plastic thingamajig went?
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    A must have

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Wifey ordered these some time ago, they replace the twist wire on a loaf of bread.

    Very handy, highly recommended.

    https://www.amazon.com/Set-Bread-Bag...0&sr=8-52&th=1
    Oh that's a good find, going to order some cause I always loose the damn things then get yelled at

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigris99 View Post
    Oh that's a good find, going to order some cause I always loose the damn things then get yelled at

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    Have you looked in the drawer below where you were preparing the sandwich? Seems that’s where mine always ends up.
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    Hope someone will find this useful.Cool, gotta have, Gadgets..thread.-air-pods-now-convenient-concealable-subwoofer-apple-butt-7159844.jpg
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    These are a must have for seeing small text and images, like one would find on a cell phone.

    https://www.readers.com/The-Pike-Pla...l?showid=52461

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    ^Overrated.
    You haven’t tried it at 70 mph.....


    Great solution for socket accessibility.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by OzarkFathom View Post
    Great solution for socket accessibility.....
    Where'd you get those, I need!!!
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    https://www.amazon.com/Olsa-Tools-Ma...%2C1055&sr=8-6

    They are pricey but the whole base is a magnet about 1/4” thick. And they can be moved to anything. You ‘bout have to slide ‘em off the end of that box to get ‘em loose. I love ‘em.

    These might be a better deal....
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    For the cooks, easy way to remove the stems of your parsley. So much easier to make chimichurri now.
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    Xray glasses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott O View Post
    Xray glasses.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Hmmm .... could solve one of life’s ongoing problems. Pondering where the tiny twist wire or plastic thingamajig went?

    nope...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzarkFathom View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Olsa-Tools-Ma...%2C1055&sr=8-6

    They are pricey but the whole base is a magnet about 1/4” thick. And they can be moved to anything. You ‘bout have to slide ‘em off the end of that box to get ‘em loose. I love ‘em.

    These might be a better deal....
    https://www.amazon.com/ARES-30-Piece..._t2_B07BKP12WQ
    Thanks! That was the first place I looked, and yeah a bit pricey! I may have gotten a bit too excited when I first saw those, now I'm thinking about how I just grab the whole set if I'm going out to a job sometimes, so maybe the stock holders aren't so bad.

    Here's a DIY version: https://www.instructables.com/id/Woo...Socket-Holder/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    These are a must have for seeing small text and images, like one would find on a cell phone.

    https://www.readers.com/The-Pike-Pla...l?showid=52461

    You’re too young for those. Even I am too young for those, next.
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    Here ya go Korn. Maybe not as nice but will do the same job cheaper.

    https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-Plas...ory/1000089101
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    You’re too young for those. Even I am too young for those, next.
    Haven't you ever seen little kids wearing glasses?

    I read it just the other day: "I needed to get to a bigger screen to see that", or something similar that you stated. Your ego is getting in the way.

    Trust me, you'll be glad you did once you finally give in. I've even gotten complements from the ladies, what's not to like about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Haven't you ever seen little kids wearing glasses?

    I read it just the other day: "I needed to get to a bigger screen to see that", or something similar that you stated. Your ego is getting in the way.

    Trust me, you'll be glad you did once you finally give in. I've even gotten complements from the ladies, what's not to like about that?
    See this is where your assumptions take over. Even though I’m much older than you I don’t need glasses for up close viewing. I need and use them for far away viewing. My older brother is the opposite and he uses those type of glasses. I can read things up close to where he needs those type of glasses to see the same. He has his cell phone text setting in jumbo mode, give that a try if you’re having problems viewing your cell phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    See this is where your assumptions take over. Even though I’m much older than you I don’t need glasses for up close viewing. I need and use them for far away viewing. My older brother is the opposite and he uses those type of glasses. I can read things up close to where he needs those type of glasses to see the same. He has his cell phone text setting in jumbo mode, give that a try if you’re having problems viewing your cell phone.
    How can you say you and I are too young to wear glasses when you (and I) already do???

    I'll not bring it up anymore from now on, lol!

    I tried the jumbo mode on my phone, I'd rather wear glasses. I wear either carpenter or cargo pants/shorts so I always have glasses with me. I actually have a cataract too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    These are a must have for seeing small text and images, like one would find on a cell phone.

    https://www.readers.com/The-Pike-Pla...l?showid=52461

    I'm in!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post

    I'll not bring it up anymore from now on, lol!

    I tried the jumbo mode on my phone, I'd rather wear glasses. I wear either carpenter or cargo pants/shorts so I always have glasses with me. I actually have a cataract too!
    Atta boy! Lol!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I'm in!!
    I was just using those as an example, first one that came up when I googled readers. I get mine at Costco, Foster Grants in three pack for like $15. I'm actually thinking I might try going up to the next magnification to see if I can see super small print!
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    Are those different than the readers you buy at Dollar General, or the grocery store?

    The ones you posted up there?
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    I just went from 1.50 to 1.75....eyes are getting old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    These are a must have for seeing small text and images, like one would find on a cell phone.

    https://www.readers.com/The-Pike-Pla...l?showid=52461

    Hide those if Net is around, he's a very rambunctious reader!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I was just using those as an example, first one that came up when I googled readers. I get mine at Costco, Foster Grants in three pack for like $15. I'm actually thinking I might try going up to the next magnification to see if I can see super small print!
    I can get by reading with 1.5s or even 1.25s. But I got 2.0s for doing fine work, like the time I disassembled my wife's DSLR to straighten a CF card pin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Hide those if Net is around, he's a very rambunctious reader!
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Are those different than the readers you buy at Dollar General, or the grocery store?

    The ones you posted up there?
    I would imagine at $20 they are better, but may be right around Foster Grant quality that you find at Walgreens. The "Computer Reader" might be different, never tried those.

    I started with Dollar Tree readers and they were ok but scratched easily and it seemed like once you touched them they were smudged for good.

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    I can get by reading with 1.5s or even 1.25s. But I got 2.0s for doing fine work, like the time I disassembled my wife's DSLR to straighten a CF card pin.
    I was just wanting those while repairing a tiny little switch in a vintage light, had to use a magnifying glass and readers, lol, but somehow I pulled it off! It was like The Force was with me on that one!
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    Yeah, I found Foster Grants at Dollar General for 9.95 a pair. They seem to be of decent quality.
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    Cool, gotta have, Gadgets..thread.-225ca1bc-ceb1-475b-aad4-444c8b66a5d6.jpeg

    These attach to the back of your cell phone so you always have your readers. I love them for times I don’t want to carry reading glasses for fear of them breaking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I was just wanting those while repairing a tiny little switch in a vintage light, had to use a magnifying glass and readers, lol, but somehow I pulled it off! It was like The Force was with me on that one!
    My mom gave me something like this, which she was using for quilting but didn't need it anymore:

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    It also has a rolling base. I thought I could use it if I ever get back into fly fishing and start tying my own patterns.

    I recently got an LED magnifying glass with about a 3-1/4" lens which I use to read tiny print that my reading glasses don't pick up. It was about 3 or 4 bucks at Grocery Outlet.

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    Glasses?
    Are you guys still buying the plastic lens glasses?
    Glass lens don't scratch. Aliexpress has them. China hasn't banned them.

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    Speaking of which: Anybody here ride with prescription sunglasses? Thinking about getting a pair of Oakley or Ray Ban or...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    These attach to the back of your cell phone so you always have your readers. I love them for times I don’t want to carry reading glasses for fear of them breaking.
    I'm not really worried about my cheap readers, also have one of those flat card style magnifying glasses in my wallet.

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    My mom gave me something like this, which she was using for quilting but didn't need it anymore
    Been on the lookout for one of those at an estate sale! They're coming back online next week, will have to make sure my CV-19 masks are ready!

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    Glasses?
    Are you guys still buying the plastic lens glasses?
    Glass lens don't scratch. Aliexpress has them. China hasn't banned them.
    I don't have a problem with mine, been pretty rough on them and seem to hold up fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Speaking of which: Anybody here ride with prescription sunglasses? Thinking about getting a pair of Oakley or Ray Ban or...
    I think Picard has had a thread or two on that subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Been on the lookout for one of those at an estate sale! They're coming back online next week, will have to make sure my CV-19 masks are ready!
    The one in my pic (not the one I have) is from Harbor Fright for $40. I'm sure it would be cheaper at an estate sale, if you can find one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I think Picard has had a thread or two on that subject.
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    I hear ya on the socket holders. I wouldn’t buy them for field use but I’ve been organizing my shop and they freed up quite a bit of tool drawer space quickly and put ‘em where they are easy to get to, with the whole box being on rollers and all.



    I ‘ve told you guys before, I’ve had that X-ray glasses thing covered since I was a little kid.
    But the way women dress nowadays they’re pretty much obsolete.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by OzarkFathom View Post
    I ‘ve told you guys before, I’ve had that X-ray glasses thing covered since I was a little kid.
    But the way women dress nowadays they’re pretty much obsolete.....

    Ha, showing my age, I remember that commercial.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    My mom gave me something like this, which she was using for quilting but didn't need it anymore:

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    It also has a rolling base. I thought I could use it if I ever get back into fly fishing and start tying my own patterns.

    I recently got an LED magnifying glass with about a 3-1/4" lens which I use to read tiny print that my reading glasses don't pick up. It was about 3 or 4 bucks at Grocery Outlet.

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    I know where you got that magnifier. That place really has some surprise finds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Yes, but not a “gotta have” gadget. 🤣
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    I passionately remove rocks and corners and other stuff I find too hard to ride.

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    Only if it’s IP65 rated like the iPhone 11 Pro… BUTT they say that with subwoofers, size does matter.
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