Sean Bacher Something on the Side: Soaked devices get a second chance Published 9 years ago on 29 May 2013 This week, SEAN BACHER introduces a Gadget Saver that drains moisture from wet devices, the Leather Flip Shell for the BlackBerry Q10, the Drift HD Ghost camera, the iRig microphone and the WakaWaka solar powered torch and smartphone charger. Gadget Saver The Gadget Saver is designed to extract moisture and water from electronic devices like cellphones, MP3 players, watches cameras and tablets. Should a device accidentally get wet, put it in the sealable Gadget Saver bag and leave it overnight. Charge the device, power it up and it should be fully functional. The bags are available in two sizes: 10x15cm and 24x28cm. Expect to pay: R199 for the small size and R249 for the larger bag. Stockists: Order from www.gadgetsavers.com BlackBerry Q10 Leather Flip Shell Extend battery life and help protect a BlackBerry Q10 with the BlackBerry Leather Flip Shell. The hard shell with flip closure provides an increased level of protection for a smartphone and an LED message indicator window makes incoming notifications visible when the phone is covered up. Expect to pay: R300 Stockists: Find a dealer at www.knrflatrock.co.za Drift HD Ghost camera The Drift HD Ghost is a wearable and durable camera designed for all-weather use. A user would strap the camera to a helmet, bike handlebars or even a wrist and let it record while skiing, cycling or scuba-diving. A remote control with LED indicates in which mode the camera is (video or single image capture). The camera features a 2‚” Gorilla Glass LCD screen and it is WiFi enabled, allowing for videos and images to be streamed directly to a smartphone, tablet or notebook. Expect to pay: R4 650 Stockists: All major electronics retail outlets. iRig Microphone for iPhone The iRig Microphone is designed for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The microphone clips onto the top of the device and records directly to the phone or tablet’s memory. It can be used for recording podcasts, interviews and lectures. Due to its portability, it can even be used to record voice memos on the go. Expect to pay: R600 Stockists: Order from www.mantality.co.za WakaWaka solar power torch and phone charger The WakaWaka offers three light settings when in torch mode: bright, medium and strobe. At the same time it is able to charge most smartphones and tablets via the USB port. Eight hours of sunlight will fully charge the WakaWaka, giving the user around 20 hours of illumination. The stand offers various positions, including the ability to clip onto the neck of a beer or wine bottle. Expect to pay: R700 Stockists: Order from www.wakawaka4light.com * Follow Sean on Twitter on @SeanBacher SharePrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditTelegramWhatsApp Related Topics: Up Next Appdate: Bolt speeds into food Don't Miss New in apps: Starting a business? Get the app. You may like Trending Cybersecurity24 hours ago Security culture meets skills gap in 2022 cyber trends eCommerce1 day ago Social commerce leads in 2022 Product of the Day2 hours ago Huawei starts the year with nova Y9a Cybersecurity1 day ago Take these 5 steps to stop payment fraud Mobile19 hours ago Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G packs performance and security Stream of the Day23 hours ago 26 African YouTube creators selected for #YouTubeBlack Voices Fund Product of the Day23 hours ago Logitech G reveals new mechanical gaming keyboard Privacy37 mins ago Should your customers trust you?