NOW SEE THIS! (Jul, 1960)
NOW SEE THIS!
STENOPEIC Glare Guard sun glasses have rows of scientifically placed pinholes. The plastic glasses cut down glare, are said to be fine for relaxing the eyes. They can be used for reading, watching TV or a movie, for sewing and knitting, fishing, etc. From Sunset Glare Guard, Palm Springs, Calif.
CARIBOU HOOF sun and snow goggles come with an elkskin headband. Caribou hoof is genuine and polished. These goggles were made by the Eskimos and are designed for skiers and outdoor sportsmen. They protect the eyes from the excessive glare. $7.95. Ottauquechee Products, Quechee, Vt.
PERSONAL ALARM fits easily into your pocket or your wife’s purse. It operates via pullout button and sounds piercing intermittent or continuous alarm. It can also be attached to any door or window. String is used to trigger alarm. $3.95, including batteries. Hammacher Schlemmer, New York, N. Y.
THERMOELECTRIC generator automatically converts heat of burning propane gas into electricity. Device has no moving parts and can operate for a year on $10 worth of fuel. It weighs ten pounds and is a foot tall. Power plant was developed by General Instrument Corp. It will be available for commercial use.