Visualize your music with the Equalizer Hat
As far as novelty gifts go, it takes a really, really clever and unique one to really grab my attention. The Equalizer Hat isn’t exactly unique as there are many other hats and articles of clothing that use such a display. Though something about this hat still interests me. Operation is pretty straightforward — simply plug the hat into your MP3 player and blast away. Speed Metal and a light show sure sounds enticing doesn’t it? £19.99 (~ $33 USD) and it’s yours.
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