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Cobra PhoneTag

It seems simple enough: using your smartphone to keep track of valuable nearby items like your laptop bag or car keys. So why is no one's done it before? The Cobra PhoneTag ($60) does exactly that, using a Bluetooth connection between the included dongle and your iPhone, Android device, or BlackBerry to let you know if your tagged item has left the vicinity. It immediately sends you an email or text message with GPS coordinates when it happens, and works the other way around, too, letting you "ring" your smartphone from the PhoneTag. Just don't place your phone in the bag that's got the PhoneTag on it, or you'll be completely screwed.

  • Coffee Joulies

    There's more to a perfect cup of coffee — or tea, for that matter — than selecting the right blend to brew: no one's going to be able to enjoy it with their taste buds burnt off. That's where Coffee Joulies ($40) come in. Thanks to a special non-toxic material that's sealed inside the Joulies' bean-like stainless steel shells, these wondrous creations help to cool down your drink to approachable levels faster than normal, then use the energy stored during that process to keep it warm.

  • Bike 6-Pack Holder

    Okay, so maybe it's actually designed to hold pike polo mallets — but that doesn't mean the Bike 6-Pack Holder ($22) isn't great for holding a sudsy surprise. This leather frame cinch adjusts to secure just about anything to your bike's top tube, making it perfect for carrying a little liquid refreshment. Just remember to let your cargo settle before opening, unless you like beer showers.