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Wall mounted aquarium that hangs like framed art!

January 12, 2012 Leave a comment

If you’d love an aquarium but don’t have the space to put a traditional tank, the Aquavista wall mounted aquarium is the perfect solution for small living spaces. The Aquavista aquarium doubles as a beautiful piece of art – thus saving you money on purchasing pictures to hang on the wall. It’s a pretty cool piece of “3-D art”. It tested extremely well – easy set-up, nice clean look & the overwhelming consensus from the team was that it would be a beautiful addition for someone’s home or apartment and make a unique gift for the “person who has everything” or the child who “really wants a pet” with low maintenance.Aquavista 500 Wall Mounted Aquarium

The first thing everyone asks when they see an Aquavista 500 is “What is THAT? Is it real?” The second is “Where can I get one?” The Aquavista 500 is a piece of art. It’s an aquarium. It’s an automated, all-in-one fish tank. It’s the smart way to have freshwater fish.

The Aquavista 500 is a complete setup, containing everything you need to keep fish. The aquarium comes pre-assembled with proprietary wet-dry filtration, air pump, overhead lighting, heating system, and a programmable LCD display control panel which simplifies control. It sets up in under five minutes-including programming, and hangs with the included custom steel mounting bracket. You only need to add fish!

Maintenance takes less than 15 minutes per month and set up is easy with the custom steel mounting bracket included.

Customer Reviews

4.5 Stars

5 Stars TEJINDER — STROUDSBURG, PA    Date: 1/13/2011
Review: Excellent display tank. Easy set up. Lots of positive comments at our parties. Two thumbs up.
5 Stars DANA — TACOMA, WA    Date: 10/24/2009
Review: This is a very nice up scale fish tank,I could not be happier with this item,I would tell friends to purchase this item
5 Stars SCOTT — TECUMSEH, ON    Date: 5/29/2008
Review: The tank is great. Everyone that sees it thinks its amazing.

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Directional Nightlight Aims Crisp Beam From Dusk to Dawn

January 6, 2012 Leave a comment

Directional LED NightlightNightlights are a convenient source of minimal light, necessary for late-night jaunts. But they have a downfall: Either you have to remember to turn them on each night, or they remain on at all times, wasting electricity. But the Directional LED Nightlight is different. Plug it in and forget about it, because its photo sensor will turn it on automatically each evening at dusk and will turn it off when it gets light out again.

Unlike standard nightlights, which simply emit a dim glow, the Directional LED Nightlight provides a crisp LED light that can be aimed where you need it. Put one at the top of a staircase or facing kitchen cabinets. If you keep a nightlight in your child’s room, aim one toward the door or closet, so it won’t be bright in your baby’s eyes all night long.

Best of all, since it glows only when the room is dark, the Directional LED Nightlight isn’t wasting energy all day long. When lit an average of 10 hours a day, this nightlight will cost only $0.10 per year!

 Customer Ratings

4.5 Stars

3 Stars JONI — LITTLETON, CO    Date: 6/11/2011
Review: Being able to direct these is a plus but they are a little too bright for me
5 Stars SHARI — HOWARD BEACH, NY    Date: 3/10/2011
Review: Haven’t used them yet, but they definitely look like they can come in handy. They came fast and was a good price.
5 Stars ALEXANDER — LINDEN, NJ    Date: 6/1/2010
Review: Easy to install, works as advertised. Not too bright. Swivel option is great. Let’s you direct light where you need it.

5 Stars EMILY — GARRISON, NY    Date: 11/26/2009
Review: excellent and great price

 

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Enable Your Computer to Learn IR Codes

July 19, 2011 Leave a comment

IR Learner

  • Control any device that accepts IR control signals
  • GC-IRL Learner Utility CD included
  • No external power supply needed

Global Caché’s GC-IRL IR Learner is a must-have tool for dealers, installers, and home automation enthusiasts. The compact IR Learner is used with a PC to learn the full spectrum, 30KHz to 500KHz, of IR codes that control infrared-driven equipment. By using the included GC-IRL Utility, the learned code is displayed, converted into other formats, and automatically copied into your Windows clipboard, which can then be pasted into any Windows application to facilitate quick database and/or spreadsheet creation and updating. The stored codes can be used to control and automate any device that accepts infrared control signals, from any networked computer, and over the Internet. The IR Learner power is supplied by the RTS line of the serial port and requires no external power supply.Read more.

 

Customer Reviews

4.5 Stars

5 Stars KEVIN — MIDDLETOWN, OH    Date: 5/21/2011
Review: Works well. Loaded 7 remotes without a problem

4 StarsKIRK — REDMOND, WA    Date: 3/9/2011
Review: Came in DOA. Sent it in to GlobalCache and they replaced it. The replacement works well. Indispensible for learning codes.

4 Stars ROB — TAIPEI, XX    Date: 6/2/2010
Review: Hardware is very good, but software is very basic and e.g. cannot handle multiple code remotes directly. Buying the required 5 wire serial cable is a real challenge as most 9 pin serial cables in the market are 3 wire and don’t work. I ended up using a USB to serial converter.

EVEN — OSLO, XX    Date: 4/10/2010
Review: It was a neat little learner, but it didnt understand all my ir codes. And there was some connecionproblems too. It sure is a “nice to have” product when you are at customers, and just want to learn a quick ir-code…. but its not as reliable as I hoped. I had to edit ALL the ircodes, because it adds an extra id number to each ir code when you learn them. And that is very anoying when you want to leardn IR codes with hundreds of buttons… Ill give it 3 stars. 2 of the stars is because of the size. The rest wasn’t very much to brag about.

5 Stars JAYME — SAMMAMISH, WA    Date: 2/17/2010
Review: This is a great IR learner product. It comes with software from Global Cache that makes it very easy to learn IR codes and can give you the codes in CCF format. For those folks programming universal remotes, this is a must have. Also note that some remotes will transmit the IR command twice for each button press (apparently for reliability reasons), but the global cache learner will only learn the “single” IR command. You’ll have to program your universal remote to send the command twice. Found this out when trying to program a Mitsubishi DLP TV and Denon AVR. Great product!

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