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  • Amazon: Outback Hammock Chair $35.40 Shipped
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  • Abt Electronics: Panasonic Expandable DECT 6.0 2-Handset Bluetooth Cordless Phone System for $87 + free shipping

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  1. Necoras says:

    The chair from amazon is priced at over $100…

  2. JanetCarol says:

    I really had my hopes up about the hammock chair – check the price / link again please :)

  3. adragontattoo says:

    Even if the chair was only 35 bucks, the stand for the chair is evidently made of platinum.

    230 bucks for some angled tubing?

  4. shorty63136 says:

    My friend has a chair that looks just like that.

    But it ain’t for hammocking.

  5. rport says:

    That’s not just any angled tubing….that’s OUTBACK angled tubing

  6. Ben Popken says:

    It was for $35 when I posted it. They changed it. Also, you don’t need to buy the stand. Hang it from a tree limb or beam.

  7. Xerloq says:

    For those looking to save a dime, the free agent 1TB drive is $144.90 at Newegg.

  8. CyGuy says:

    Panasonic phone useful if you want to cancel your landline.

    It features a Bluetooth connection to let you dock your cell phone to it, after which you don’t need to connect the Panasonic phone to your landline, you can just use the Panasonic handsets as extra handsets to make and receive calls via your cellphone account (while your cellphone is in the house).

    We have a similar unit from GE. The one change we had to make is that when dialing out you have to first dial # before the number. But with it, we shut off our Verizon landline (switching our DSL with them to a dry-loop) saving ourselves about $30/month and getting to take advantage of the ‘free’ caller ID and long-distance that come with the cellphone account (the caller ID shows up on the landline handsets).

    Our mobile account is with T-Mobile, so we were looking at their VOIP-based landline replacement, but that required continuing to pay a monthly fee. So our GE device paid for itself in a few months.