Create super funky circles of light as you cycle with Mathmos Bike Wheel Lights. Bring your bike to life with fantastic LED bike lights that not only look great but also make you highly visible at night.
Cook, keep warm and even charge your phone all from one compact mobile stove! The Biolite Camping Stove is a unique biomass burner that is compact, portable and removes the need to carry fuel on camping trips.
Need to dress up an outfit, attract attention, warn people of your presence or light up a party? Then the multi functional neon effects of EL wire could be for you. Whatever your reason, you’re sure to be seen with EL glow wire.
Make grinding salt and pepper easy with a practical and stylish Light Up Chrome Electric Mill. An electric salt and pepper grinder with integrated light that shines as you grind to illuminate your food.
A handy "anytime" tool for scientists, students or even those who simply want to magnify the evening paper, the pocket microscope gives 30x magnification and can also be illuminated to highlight your subject.
Don’t fall foul of those forgeries out there. Thieves and criminals are getting smarter, and with print quality constantly improving, it can be difficult these days to identify forgeries. Use the UV blacklight bank note checker to verify the colour of your money.
Curl up with a good book, and don’t disturb anyone else as you get lost in your story. The Lightwedge Paperback is excellent for travelling as it lights up your page and only your page so that you can enjoy your book, anywhere, anytime.
Don’t go into the wilderness without this super handy Wind up Lighter. An incredibly useful multi tool, this nifty gadget gives you flames and can also charge your phone, features a torch, a whistle, a compass and a temperature gauge! You can’t get handier than that!
See into awkward corners and retrieve metal objects with the super handy Telescopic Magnet Torch. This fabulous tool appears to be a standard torch but extends to 54cm so that you can see into tight nooks and crannies!
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Did You Know?
Trick-or-treating evolved from the ancient Celtic tradition of putting out treats and food to placate spirits who roamed the streets at Samhain, a sacred festival that marked the end of the Celtic calendar year.