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Xact Wrist Communicator

By: Simon

Okay, gadget heads, I've just got my hands on the latest and greatest gizmo to hit planet earth - it's a two-way radio called the Xact WristLinx. The WristLink is a combination timepiece and walkie-talkie that straps right onto your wrist. This communicator is just like the secret agent devices you see the special ops dudes wear in James Bond movies, Spy Kids or Agent Cody Banks. It has 22 voice-activated channels and a range of one to two miles. Just flip up the antenna, find a channel and let the communication, and spy games, begin!

You and your peeps can use these wrist communicators just about anywhere. Use them to tell your friends at the mall that a hottie is passing by the food fair. Or, radio your peeps at the skatepark to let them know it's time to jet. I even used mine last week to alert one of my buddies to get to class because the slobby hall monitor was coming. ("Skater one to Skater two, do you read me? Slobby hall monitor is on the prowl. Move pronto!") It's also a great gadget for playing spy games in the school yard or for preparing yourself for a future career with the CIA.

The Xact WristLinx is a must-have for your gadget collection and will cost you around $50 US.

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Best Reason To Have A Communicator?

  • Keep in touch with peeps at the mall.
  • Alert your friends that a hall monitor is coming.
  • Playing spy games.

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