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Author Topic: Anti-Gravity Platform - Gravity, what gravity?  (Read 3927 times)


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Anti-Gravity Platform - Gravity, what gravity?
« on: June 11, 2012, 01:51:09 AM »

[float=right][smg id=565 width=300][/float]The last time we saw an anti-gravity platform Duck Dodgers was standing on it alongside Marvin Martian. So imagine our surprise when we clapped eyes on a real one. Yes, sci-fi fans, the gobsmackingly impressive Anti-Gravity Platform is here and it’s set to blow your mind, twist your melon and bamboozle your noodle with its incredible floaty-woaty trickery.

Do not adjust your eyes because thanks to several powerful magnets this amazing mains-powered device is capable of mimicking the effect of anti-gravity, levitating and slowly rotating a globe above its mirrored, LED-laden base. Wow! It takes a little practice to balance the globe but once you get the hang of it you’ll be making a right Dr Evil of yourself. It’s the perfect desktop companion for megalomaniacs bent on world domination (they said as they raised a little finger to their lips).

If floating globes aren’t your thing, you can use the Anti-Gravity Platform to showcase your nick nacks (no sniggering). Simply flip open the globe, remove the magnetic platform within and gasp in amazement as whatever item you fancy (up to 85g) floats and rotates in mid-air aboard said platform: toy cars, Stephen Hawking action figures, engagement rings, pictures of William Shatner, apples (Sir Isaac who?), Blue Peter badges…the possibilities are endless.

[float=right][smg id=566 width=200 caption="Levitating Sackboy"][/float]If you are still scratching your head in disbelief, join the club. This really is one of the most impressive gizmos ever seen. Any guest who fails to slap their forehead in awe can only be a time-travelling lizard person who’s seen it all before. Or a boring misery guts who still wouldn’t be impressed if Mick Jagger emerged from the globe, dropped his trousers and performed Insania via the medium of wind alongside Hitler in drag and a naked David Van Day. And let’s face it, that would be pretty impressive.

The point is the Anti-Gravity Platform is the ideal way to show off your favourite bits and bobs whilst marvelling at the wonders of modern science. Float on!

You can pick up this amazing product from the FireBox store. Click here to find out more.

Click here to watch a video of the Anti-Gravity Platform in action
« Last Edit: June 11, 2012, 02:12:24 AM by eureka »
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"Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.”
Quotes by Archimedes (Mathematician and inventor of ancient Greece, 280-211bc)
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