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Exhaust Air Jack Lifts Your Car With Ease  Brilliant!

Sick of conventional car jacks and their cliche use of leverage? Now you can fix a flat tire, look underneath your car, or just start some kind of weird new car posing stance with ease by using your car’s exhaust to power this inflatable car jack!

The VHS To DVD Converter - Hammacher Schlemmer

Looking at your DVD player and wondering how you’ll ever get it to play your huge collection of VHS tapes? Well, good luck with that, but the VHS To DVD Converter offers the next best thing by letting you record your VHS tapes onto DVD.

The Canine Shower Stall - Hammacher Schlemmer

This dog shower has 16 water-jet nozzles and a showerhead that wash and rinse your canine in an enclosed space. The jet nozzles produce vigorous streams of water that penetrate even the thickest coats to clean pet hair and remove dead skin cells.

Raggiana bird of paradise

Birds of Paradise The Raggiana Bird-of-paradise, also known as Count Raggi's Bird-of-paradise, is distributed widely in southern and northeastern New Guinea, where its name is Kumul. The Raggiana Bird-of-paradise is the national bird of Papua New Guinea.

track-n-go  designed one where you get to keep your tires - damn clever

This creative solution for foul-weather-mastery comes from AD Boivin, a company better known for marketing products for powersports vehicles like motocross bikes and snowmobiles. The company says that this is the world's first wheel-driven track system

Track N Go unmounted. Super idea.

Track N Go - The Wheel Driven Track System That Will Transform Your In Snowmobile Track System

Track N Go - possibly the best idea for a real, simple, non-modified-truck track system yet. Note that at full turn, there isn't a track sticking into the bodywork, and the tracks are directly under the factory wheels - no excess bearing loads with this design.

Track N Go - possibly the best idea for a real, simple, non-modified-truck track system yet. Note that at full turn, there isn't a track sticking into the bodywork, and the tracks are directly under the factory wheels - no excess bearing loads with this design.

Track N Go - close up, showing the retaining strut - just enough to keep it from falling off - mostly it looks like vehicle weight will keep it on.

Track N Go - close up, showing the retaining strut - just enough to keep it from falling off - mostly it looks like vehicle weight will keep it on.