Black & Decker Storm Station

Black & Decker Storm Station

We haven't received a big snow/ice storm in our neck of the woods yet this year, but when it does finally come and knock out the power, we'll be ready with the Black & Decker SS925 Storm Station ($100). The portable all-in-one machine is a rechargeable power source with an AM/FM/TV audio/weather-band radio, a 25 Watt power inverter, 12 volt recharging port, removable flashlight and a "Find Me Light" that automatically turns on when household power shuts off. It's not a generator, but it'll let you use your phone and charge your PSP until the power comes back on.

  • Dremel Pumpkin Carving Kit

    Halloween will be here before you know it. This year, instead of struggling with a knife for hours to end up with only a couple of triangles on your Jack-o'-lantern's face, get the Dremel Pumpkin Carving Kit ($25). It lets you easily carve intricate patterns using the included templates that you trace onto your pumpkin. The kit makes the style Jack-o'-lantern that just glows, and is not meant to cut all the way through the pumpkin. Spooky.

  • OpenX

    If you tend buy a lot of gadgets like us, this thing will be the single most useful product we'll ever bring before you. Everyone hates plastic blister packs. They're completely impossible to open without first making a deal with the devil, not to mention horribly dangerous — we've cut ourselves worse opening up memory cards than than that night we decided to take up drunk knife juggling as a hobby. And if you somehow avoid lacerating your finger to the bone, then you're more than likely going to accidently puncture the product inside. Well, the OpenX ($5) makes all of that go away. It lets you easily open the evil packages with its "push and slide" motion, and also works on packages, envelopes and boxes.

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