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Multi-function health and fitness accessory with adjustable Silicone wristband, ABS Plastic display panel, Clear PP Storage Box Functions include time, steps, distance and calories. Tracks up to 99999 steps, 999.99km/mile, and 9999.9 calories. Uses one LR1130 button cell battery (included and replaceable). Instructions included.
SA-700356
$1.83 and up
 
This pedometer is made of ABS material, In heart shape.Gift box packing, Air shipping. Have functions as below: 1. step counter range from 0 to 99999 .5 digits LCD display 2. calculate distance walked:metric system 0-99.999 KM, English system 0-99.999 MILES 3. calculate calories burned :0-9999.9 Kcal 4. auto power-off function 4. provide CE/ ROHS certificate
DLPT338
$1.393 and up
 
This talking pedometer measures steps taken (up to 99999), calories burned (0-9999.9), total distance in miles or kilometers, and total exercise time plus it comes with a super loud 110 decibel panic safety alarm. Unit speaks results at the touch of a button or at preset intervals. Features waist clip and nylon release cord that activates the panic alarm. Metallic silver with chrome buttons and black trim. Operates on four button cell batteries (included).
AD-386
$10.79 and up
 
step counter range from 0 to 99999 (5digits LCD display), calculate distance walked:(metric system 0--99.999KM, English system 0-99.999MILES), calculate calories burned :0--9999.9 Kcal, auto power-off function, provide CE/ROHS certificate
SPFE140
$1.56 and up
 
step counter range from 0 to 99999 calculate distance walked:metric system 0-99.999 KM, English system 0-99.999 MILES calculate calories burned :0-9999.9 K cal auto power-off function provide CE certificate
LSNM7015
$1.191 and up
 
The features of the Multifunction Pedometer is that it includes not only stpe counter founction( 0-699999 steps) which use 6 digital LCD display, it also includes Step distence ( 30-120cm),Weight setting( 30-150kg),Distance measurements(Kilometre & Mile), Calorie measurements( 0-9999.9 kcal),and time display(12H or 24H option) , stopwatch functions. And with a built-in belt clip, you can hang the pedometer on your belt when running. 6 Digital LCD display make it easy to read and counter your steps. The multi-function pedometer is the newest pedometer this year, suitable as holiday gifts give to your friends who love running or send as promotional products on trade show with your company logo printed on.
13053
$1.89 and up
 
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Elon Musks Branded Flamethrower: The Hottest Promotional Product In The World

Elon Musk is a lot of things: genius, billionaire, pioneering entrepreneur, cracker-jack hat salesman. Now, he can add another eye-opening entry to his ever-growing list of impressive epithets – purveyor of the most dangerous (but hella cool, some would say) promotional product in the world.

Last weekend, The Boring Co., of which Musk is CEO, began taking pre-orders for flamethrowers branded with the company name. You read that correctly: flamethrowers.

Through early afternoon Tuesday East Coast time, The Boring Company had reportedly pre-sold about 15,000 flamethrowers – a figure that amounts to approximately $7.5 million in sales.

In announcing the branded flamethrowers, Boring Co. pitched the items as "guaranteed to liven up any party." Indeed, Musk was having fun on Twitter promoting the fire-spewing device. Amid tweets that gave a running tally of the number of pre-orders, Musk inserted funny "pitches" that included "Great for roasting nuts" before adding later, "Obviously, a flamethrower is a super terrible idea. Definitely don't buy one...Unless you like fun."

After tweeting that flamethrowers would come in handy in the event of a zombie apocalypse, Musk felt the need to address some scuttlebutt that was making the rounds: "The rumor that I'm secretly creating a zombie apocalypse to generate demand for flamethrowers is completely false," he tweeted, with a chuckle no doubt.

While Musk and Boring Co. were hyping the flamethrower with jokes and humor, not everyone was laughing. Boring Co. is based in California, where rampant wildfires wreaked havoc in 2017, scorching vast tracts of land and claiming lives. In the wake of such tragedy, California Assemblyman Miguel Santiago of Los Angeles criticized the flamethrowers, saying they could be a public health hazard. "We've just gone through some catastrophic fires in California," he told The Los Angeles Times. "It's a bad joke."

Still, sales of the flamethrowers were continuing to climb. The same consumer frenzy flashed out during Musk's earlier venture into promotional products with The Boring Company (which incidentally is focused on infrastructure and tunnel construction). Late last year, Musk started selling Boring Co.-branded hats. By mid-December, Boring Co. had sold more than 35,000 of the ball caps, generating $700,000. The LA Times reported this week that Boring Co. has now sold about 50,000 hats.

One thing's for sure, if Musk ever is looking for another new field to enter, he certainly has a future in promotional product sales.

Grumpy Cat Wins Copyright Case

Internet sensation Grumpy Cat, the feline face that launched a thousand memes, just had his day in court – and won. The sour puss was awarded $710,000 in damages in a California copyright case, after a beverage company used the cat's likeness for unauthorized purposes.

Grumpy Cat, whose real name is Tardar Sauce, has millions of followers on social media, hobnobs with celebrities and even has an animatronic likeness at Madame Tussaud's wax museum in London. Owner Tabatha Bundesen created Grumpy Cat Limited to capitalize on her pet's popularity after her brother posted Tardar Sauce's pic on Reddit, back in 2012. The cat's famous frown is likely caused by feline dwarfism and an under bite.

In 2013, Grenade Beverage, owned by father and son Nick and Paul Sandford, struck a $150,000 deal to market iced "Grumppuccinos," bearing the cat's likeness on the packaging. However, Grenade also began using the Grumpy Cat image on its roasted coffee and on T-shirts, neither of which had been agreed upon, according to the lawsuit.

Grenade filed a countersuit, claiming Grumpy Cat didn't promote the brand as promised in the original deal. However, the jury ultimately sided with the cat.

Grumpy Cat's lawyer, David Jonelis of Lavely & Singer, told TheWrap that this was a precedent-setting case. "It's the first verdict ever rendered in favor of a viral meme," he added. "Memes have rights too."

Imprinted Tees Commemorate Missile Attack

What do you do in the wake of a missile attack scare?

Make cheeky T-shirts to commemorate the event, apparently.

Indeed, a day after Hawaii issued false alarms that a ballistic missile was rocketing toward the state in the Pacific Ocean, a shop in Honolulu began selling tees that ironically acknowledged the scare.

As you can see below, the shirts say, "I Survived the Hawaii Ballistic Missile." The image of the shirts in the shop is courtesy of Alastair Gale, The Wall Street Journal's Japan editor.

The Honolulu store was far from the only retail entity eager to capitalize on the false alarm with T-shirts. A quick Google search revealed similarly themed tees for sale on sites that included Amazon, Redbubble, and Etsy.

As you've probably heard, the missile attack was really no such thing. A worker at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency accidentally issued an alert that a missile was inbound. The message caused pervasive panic, fueled particularly by increased tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. Some 40 minutes after the alert went out, Hawaiian officials issued a second message saying that the first message was a false alarm.

Following the jolt, some islanders were clearly ready to dispel the excess nervous energy with a little humor – as evidenced by the T-shirts. It seems there really can be a T-shirt for every occasion these days.