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Eureka 71B Handheld Vacuum

Eureka 71B Handheld Vacuum

Clean your car, stairs, and other hard-to-reach areas with the Eureka 71B Handheld Vacuum ($48). This 5.5 amp mini-vac features two motors — one for suction, one for the revolving brush — an onboard extending hose with crevice tool, a 20-foot cord which wraps for storage, and a Riser Visor cover that stays down for normal cleaning but flips up for vertical surfaces like stair fronts. It's the perfect complement to your full-size vacuum.

  • Moshi IVR Alarm clock

    Wouldn't it be cool if there was a clock that could respond to voice commands just like the computer on the Enterprise? The voice activated Moshi IVR Alarm clock ($50) takes you one step closer to realizing your lifelong dream of commanding a Federation starship. You initiate voice commands by saying "Hello Moshi," and the clock responds by illuminating and voicing its readiness for your command. You can request the time and date, the temperature. program the time and alarm, and choose from a variety of background sounds (waterfall, forest, stream) for uninterrupted sleep. You can even silence the alarm right from bed, all with the sound of your voice. Holodeck not included. [Thanks, Joe]

  • Hoover Platinum Collection Stick Vacuum

    The Hoover Platinum Collection Linx Cordless Stick Vacuum ($180) is a bagless vacuum that features Hoover's WindTunnel technology. Its motorized power brush will pick up the deep-down dirt other vacuums miss, removing any trace of last night's party. At just over 7 pounts, the Linx is lightweight, maneuverable, quiet, and perfect for use on both carpets and floors. Even better, the machine runs on an 18-volt Lithium Ion battery, so there're no cords to tangle.