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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#38 - darcabyss
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1st: Is it supposed to prevent tangling? Wouldn't be surprised if the exposed cord got caught.
2nd: Good idea, but what if you lose the cord? And what would the lifespan be those batteries?
3rd: ...Cool, but pretty much pointless otherwise.
4th: Slightly better than walking a bike, but I hope it's fairly light.
5th: Doesn't matter. People ruin the picture with filters anyway.
6th: Cool idea, but set up must be a bitch.
7th: Why? Doesn't somebody just not eat their cookie/biscuit right away?
8th: Good if your smashed, it's night, or you have Parkinson's.
9th: Cool idea, but how long till somebody rips it apart for the parts?
10th: Probably used only once as an actual ping pong table, then as an impromptu college dining table.
User avatar #41 to #38 - amegaara
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1st :no it wont
2nd: really? lose a usb chord its not like you can buy usb cables from almost anywhere nowadays
3rd: again...really? a clock that works only on water is pointless? are you kidding me?
4th: ok....
5th: i dont give a damn...
6th: its concept art
7th: no if you get a cookie with your tea you dunk it and sometimes im having a conversation while eating my cookie with my tea so its a good pocket
8th: that is what its for.....
9th: again i think its a concept art
10th: if people like ping pong "tabletop tennis" they will buy this product and use it....
User avatar #127 to #41 - bookyle
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3. The clock doesn't actually run on water. Water is an electrolyte solution that immerses a copper cathode zinc anode and transfers electrons between them. Eventually you'll use up the copper and zinc strips and end up having to replace them or throw out the clock. The resulting water won't be useable.
User avatar #139 to #127 - amegaara
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i didnt know that thanks for the info but its still pretty neat
#39 to #38 - darcabyss
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*Lifespan be on those batteries.
*Does somebody