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If you've been look for a way to charge your cellphone while getting some minor wrist exercises done at the same time (don't try and deny it), you might want to check out "Manual Power," the gyroscope flashlight charger. You pull the starter cord to get the rotor moving, and then make odd wiggling moves to bulk up your forearm and power a built-in LED flashlight or charge your phone via an adaptor. Buy a few, shut off the lights, and invite your friends over -- you've got a regular dance party.

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