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Yes, the balloon lamp above is a real gadget, and not just some concept that a designer whipped up. It utilizes a high-intensity LED light for illumination, and the bulb can run continuously for 100-hours when the li-ion battery is fully charged. Continue reading to see ten more fun gadgets and accessories that every geek needs.

10. Boombox Watch



9. Keyboard Plate



8. Shark Socks



7. Minecraft Bottle Opener



6. Scooter Cutter



5. USB-Powered Toast Hand Warmers



4. Inflatable Chair



3. Cocoon Tent



2. CTRL+Alt+Del Waffle Maker



1. Magnetic Levitating Cloud






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