Revolutionary Voice Recorder
It Doesn't Use Tapes!
Flashback is a miraculous advancement in the history of personal recorders. It doesn't use a cassette tape, operating easily by the touch of just 2 buttons, and is smaller than your hand and lighter than your wallet. Plus, thanks to digital voice recording, Flashback has no moving parts that can whine, hum, buzz, get stuck, or otherwise fail. The "Instant Access" feature lets you find important thoughts instantly, so there's no more painfully slow searching. And what's really cool is that you can add thoughts anywhere, just the way you insert text on your word processor, without recording over previous thoughts.
Now you can single-handedly capture any length memo, note, dictation, or brainstorm wherever and whenever they occur. PCMCIA compatible. Includes one 30-minute SoundClip. Requires one AAA battery (not included).
Flashback Digital Recorder
Item #11295...........................$249.95 (7.00)
Additional 30-Minute SoundClip
Item #86018...........................$69.95 (5.00)
Two-button design is easy to operate in the dark or while driving.
Gives instant access to important thoughts. No more slow searches!
Lets you add thoughts anywhere without recording over previous note.
Plays back at fast or slow speeds without changing your voice pitch.
Exclusive removable SoundClip never needs rewinding, can be used indefinitely, and will never be "eaten" by your recorder.
The World's Smallest FM Radio!
Wear it in your ear and pick up crystal clear reception. The patented Ear Phone technology has helped produce the smallest possible FM radio. This "In the Ear" FM radio is a true marvel of electronic miniaturization. Measuring only 8" x 1 1/2" x 1/4", it still uses over 40 transistors, features touch tuning, on/off volume control, and weighs less than 1/4 ounce. It comes with a custom carrying case and is perfect for leisure and sports listening. Batteries and antenna included.
ITEM #11400...................$29.95 (3.50)
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