Swiss Army Knife
by Chemmyone on Apr.30, 2010, under 17, 2, 2010, 3, 5, 7, 7d, Act, Ad, Add, Ads, age, and, AR, Arm, Army, Art, ash, Ati, Bionic, bionicle, clear, dash, de, Display, Ds, E, Ea, Et, flickr, Flip, Ge, Gizmo, gizmodo, Hd, Home Automation, Id, Im, In, Ion, Isp, ISS, Lego, mid, Mod, My, Net, Of, om, One, order, Os, Padd, Parts, photo, photos, PI, plan, Plane, Play, Pr, pre, precious, ps, Q, Rc, Real, Stand, Style, Sue, Swiss Army Knife, Tag, TI, Toy, Toys, Ui, Up, Ups, Us, Via, work, X1
“Robiwan Kenobi” dashed together this precious little Swiss Army knife that really works, insofar as the bits actually flip out. I am tepid on Bionicle parts in general, but this is just fine by me.
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Swiss Army Knife is Standard Issue on Planet Bionicle [Lego]
by Chemmyone on Apr.29, 2010, under 17, 2, 2010, 3, 5, 7, 7d, A9, Act, Ad, Add, Ads, age, and, AR, Arm, Army, Ati, boat, Cf, Chinese, Chinese military shovel, clear, de, Digg, Display, down, Ds, E, Ea, Emi, Et, first, Ge, Gizmo, gizmodo, Hd, Home Automation, Hp, Id, Im, In, Ink, Ion, Ir, Isp, ISS, ITA, Knives, Military, Mod, multitool, multitools, My, Nes, NK, om, One, order, Os, Padd, PI, Play, Pr, ps, Q, Rc, shovel, shovels, Style, Swiss Army Knife, Tag, ted, TI, Tools, Us, Vide, Video, Watch, X1
When you first see this Chinese military shovel in action, you may be tempted to think you’re just watching variations on digging. Impertinent fool! That “shovel” is about to chop down a tree. And row a boat. And saw.
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Chinese Military Shovels Put Swiss Army Knives To Shame [Multitools]
by Chemmyone on Apr.27, 2010, under 2, 2010, 3, 5, 5D, 7, 7d, Ad, Ads, age, AR, Arm, Army, Art, Cf, clear, de, Display, Ds, E, e1, Ea, emory, Engine, Engineering, Et, Ge, Gizmo, Hd, Home Automation, Id, Im, In, Ir, Isp, ISS, itc, Knives, Memory, Mod, Multi-tools, My, Of, om, One, order, Os, Padd, Play, Pr, pre, Pro, Q, quirky, Rc, sale, Style, Swiss Army Knife, switch, Tag, TI, Tools, Ui, Us, X1, xl
A pocket knife that you can configure yourself with just the turn of a quarter? That’s a clever bit of engineering.
by Chemmyone on Mar.05, 2010, under 1080P, 360, 7d, Ads, age, Ai, Air, ANT, app, Appeal, AR, Arm, Art, Ati, audio, Av, Awkward, battery, Battery Life, Bes, Birds, bloggie, book, Brin, Camcorders, capacity, car, Case, cat, Ces, Charging, Cia, clear, Covers, dash, de, design, dev, digital, Display, Displays, Dj, down, Ds, Ea, Edge, Eu, F2, Face, Feature, Features, Film, Flip, flip ultra hd, flo, friends, Fun, game, Ge, Gizmo, grass, Green, hal, hand, Hard, Hd, Hdmi, Health, Help, Home Automation, Ie, Interest, Ion, Iphone, ISO, Isp, ISS, itc, japan, japanese, lamp, Lamps, late, LCD, Led, Lens, Lenses, Light, Lock, london, Lost, Mac, MacBook, Make, Memory, Men, mhd, mid, mind, Mit, Mod, Models, motion, Ms, My, my book, Nec, next, NY Times, One, Optical, option, Os, Os X, Oses, oss, OTS, Ouch, Outdoors, Parts, phone, photo, photos, Plus, Pocket camcorders, Pot, Pr, pre, Pro, ps, PS3, quant, Ram, Raw, Rc, Reader, Real, Recording, Red, Resolution, Review, Rf, Roof, Sad, Scratch, screen, Sd, Sdhc, Sdhc card, Shoes, Sim, Sony, Sony bloggie, sony bloggie MHS-PM5K, Sony bloggie review, Spot, star, store, Style, Sue, Sun, Support, surf, surface, Swiss Army Knife, Tag, Tat, ted, Test, Tests, third, TI, time, Top, Touch, train, Treadmill, TV, Ui, Up, usb, Video, Videos, view, War, Watch, web, what, whistle, windows, xl
Sure, it has a ridiculous name, but on paper the Bloggie’s got it all—1080p video capture, the ability to switch resolutions and frame rate, plus a lens attachment that lets you record 360-degree videos. Bells and whistles galore. Sony thought adding all these bells and whistles would make a difference. They were— as ever —running late to the pocket-camcorder race, but thought strapping on featured-laden running shoes would help it take on its rivals.
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Sony Bloggie PM5K Camcorder Review: A Swiss Army Knife That’s Gone Dull [Camcorders]
Art Lebedev ‘s Swissarmius is the Swiss Army Knife of storage containers. As you can see, it organizes your utensils in a way that mimics the classic Victorinox design