T-Qualizer

Submitted by: buddy 10 years ago
http://www.gadget-box.com/product_info.php?products_id=4041

A tee shirt with a built-in equalizer display.
There are 30 comments:
Male 203
ehhh, ok
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Male 2
It is for a club, when you are out for a BIGGG night. If you go to www.cyberdog.co.uk you will understand unless you are a thrash metal head then you probably wouldn`t.
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Male 1,152
i must be the only one who thinks this is WAY RETARTED...serioulsy ppl would get made fun of had they had this when i went to high school
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Male 1,066
teh aweasome


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Male 2
This is cool but I wonder if the Dude at Cyberdog who designed and created these t-shirts knows. I met him once when I was in London, he is not a man to mess with.

They have a battery pack that you can remove (it holds 2 AA batteries in a pouch) and the Light up part comes off using velcro so they are pretty good and you can wash them. The bonus with Cyberdog ones is that they sell spares incase you wash the whole thing and destroy it.

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Female 1,426
The battery pack has an on/off switch so you can choose when you do and don’t want to flash (as it were).

lol. let`s flash!!!!!!

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Female 380
Would it get heavy?
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Male 1,225
I can`t believe no one said it yet...

"The T-Qualizer is made from 100% cotton."

Yeah, right...

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Female 37
Nice.
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Female 879
I love it.....
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Male 2,781
I`M GETTING ONE!!! THAT`S A CH1CK MAGNET!!
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Female 327
and where on cyberdog??
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Female 327
ooooooooooooh!
aaaaaaaaaaaah!
speeeciiiiiaaaalll!

I want one

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Male 1,478
Man... I wouldn`t wanna put that in my washing machine.
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Male 64
you can get much nicer ones at cyberdog.net
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Male 1,083
that shirt would be awsome, but it would probably be very difficult to have a conversation with someone thats wearing it , I know I would just stand there and stare at it.
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Female 86
I wish I wasn`t so broke, that shirt would already be on it`s way to my house.
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Male 339
Neat concept.
Remember Hypercolour?
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Female 1,697
I would never wear that
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Male 101
re the comment about watching films on t`shirts... Remember a few years ago, people getting in trouble for watching porn on their in car dvd players?

This could get interesting...

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Male 206
ehhh, kinda sketchy. I mean, is it too much effort to put up an actual photo of a shirt instead of a lame animated gif? I wouldn`t trust it.
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Male 329
more like $45 or so. wrong way round guinstar.
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Male 1,521
Hhhhhmmmmm.....
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Female 572
it`s £5.95 to deliver, it`s £25.99 to actually buy, which is around $17/$18 <U.S> overall, i think... you can buy branded t-shirts that are just plain for that! pretty good value. well they`re probably making loads on it actually, the tees are probably dodgy sweatshop stylee.
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Male 88
This is just the beginning. In 5 years they will probably show full length films.
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Female 1,972
How do you wash it?
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Male 1,115
Hahahahaha, now there are shirts with full LED displays on them, what next?
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Female 2,144
Cool! I Want One.
I Think It`s Around 10 Dollars, But That`s Australian.
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Female 1,033
crazy idea

how much is £5.95?

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Male 10,115
Link: T-Qualizer [Rate Link] - A tee shirt with a built-in equalizer display.
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