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WorkTunes Hearing Protector

WorkTunes Hearing Protector

If you work on a job where hearing protection is a must, or if you have some crazy yard equipment at home, check out the Peltor/AOSafety WorkTunes Hearing Protector ($42). These muffs feature an AM/FM radio as well as active hearing protection, letting you jam out while keeping your ears protected from machinery, construction, or any other noise pollution that you want to keep out.

  • HomeStar Pro Home Planetarium

    We're big fans of the original HomeStar Planetarium, and now it's even better. The HomeStar Pro Home Planetarium ($350) is three times brighter than the original, and that's just for starters. It can also rotate the stars in slow motion, show shooting stars, and lets you focus to project sharper images. In addition, it also includes several plates that are unique to the HomeStar Pro. Brighter, sharper, and just plain better.

  • CarMD

    If you've ever had a car that's not so new, you know what a hassle it can be to try and get an honest opinion of why "Check Engine" keeps popping up. Now, as long as your car was made after 1996 and was sold in the U.S., you can check the problem yourself with CarMD ($90). Simply plug CarMD into your car's Data Link Connector and start the ignition. A series of beeps tells you when the testing is done, and if you have a yellow or red light, you can hook it up to your computer and download a detailed report of your car's problems, complete with service estimates. Sure beats paying some grease monkey to replace something that wasn't broken in the first place.