Hammacher Schlemmer
  • The No Blind Spot Rear View Mirror.

    This is the rear view mirror used by police officers and professional racecar drivers to eliminate blind spots. The patented, seamless mirror has a 180-degree field of view (standard mirrors offer only 52 degrees) that provides a distortion-free reflection of rear traffic across an entire five-lane highway, and it allows continuous monitoring of adjacent vehicles from the moment they begin to pass until they are visible in your peripheral vision.

    The mirror automatically reduces the headlight glare of trailing vehicles by 50%, clamps to your existing rear view mirror without requiring the use of tools or adhesives, and is entirely shatterproof. 15-3/4" W x 2-3/4" H x 3/4" D. (10 oz.)
    $59.95
    4.4/5 (73)
  • The iPad Adjustable Floor Stand.

    This is the iPad floor stand that telescopes, tilts, and swivels to hold the device at any position for optimal comfort. Four bungee cords on the platform hold an iPad or a similar device inverted over your face while you lie down or sit supine in a lounge chair, eliminating the need to hold the device in awkward positions and leaving hands unencumbered to navigate apps.

    The stand telescopes from 30" to 53" high, yaws, and rotates 360 degrees, providing customizable comfort whether you are reclined, seated upright, or standing. The stand can be placed next to a chair or couch while keeping the iPad in your line of vision, and the four casters enable quick relocation.

    Also ideal for holding a device while you are exercising, cooking, or performing hobbies, the stand adjusts to also hold a Kindle, Nook, or other tablet computers.

    Minor assembly required.

    30"-53" H x 13" sq. (30 lbs.)
    $179.95
    4.9/5 (9)
  • World's Smallest Automatic Umbrella

    Carried inconspicuously in a purse or trouser pocket, this is the smallest umbrella available that opens and closes with the push of a button. Only 8" long when closed, the umbrella instantly deploys its generous 40" diameter canopy when a button on its handle is pressed. When the skies clear, a second press of the button collapses the canopy. Made by a third-generation umbrella maker based in rainy Portland, Oregon, the umbrella is constructed with a nylon canopy and steel shaft, ribs, and stretchers that withstand breezes better than flimsily built compacts made with plastic. And unlike other so-called compacts, it's small enough to keep on your person at all times, so you'll never get caught unprepared by a sudden downpour.

    With wrist strap and nylon sleeve.

    Closed: 8" L x 2-3/4" diameter; 9 oz.

    Select color.
    $34.95
    2.5/5 (2)