Christmas Stocking Fillers: Wireless Sound Hat and Dinosaur Triceratops

As the nights draw in, temperatures drop and Jack Frost begins to show his unfriendly face in the mornings, many a person begins to think about their Winter wardrobe. Coats, gloves, scarves and hats all come out of storage and the more geeky of us wonder why technology hasn’t manage to change clothes in the same way it has every other aspect of our lives. Why don’t we have more microchips in our clothing? The Wireless Sound Hat is the first step in rectifying that situation however. Looking like a normal black beanie, the Wireless Sound Hat boasts a pair of integrated headphone speakers stitched into the fabric itself; just pull the beanie down over your ears and you’re ready to go. Almost. Because first you must plug the magic wireless transmitter box into your iPod/iPhone/MP3 player using the affixed 3.5mm plug. Then press play on your music player, drop it and the receiver in your pocket or bag, and enjoy the tunes being streamed wirelessly into your ears by the hat. We don’t know exactly how it works, but the Wireless Sound Hat really does transmit music directly from your iPod without the use of wires. Available in two sizes, small and large, there is a Wireless Sound Hat for everyone, regardless of their head size. Could this be the reason The Edge (he of U2 fame) is always wearing a beanie…? So with the Wireless Sound Hat you get a cool item of headwear which integrates cool technology but which keeps you warm, if you know what we mean. Cool. And Warm. Cool!

The awesome looking Triceratops Dinosaur makes the ideal gift for kids this Christmas and is available through Amazon here.

The super looking Dinosaur features great roaring sounds and whilst walking around its horns flash.

Everything you need to enjoy this Dinosaur is included in the box so just open it up and your Dinosaur is free to roam. Made from Non-Toxic Recyclable ABS Plastic which is durable and high quality making it the ideal addition to any play room.

Also included in the manual is a fact sheet about the Triceratops so  children can learn whilst they play, however if you would like to know more then further Dino information is available here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *