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Like magic, light puts color into water

Things can get a bit boring when it comes to water. Why not change things up a little bit and put some color in your life?

LED faucet lights from ThinkGeek attach to the end of your faucet. When the water is turned on and flows through the “magic chamber,” it simply turns on the LED array and illuminates the stream with soothingly powerful hues.

Two types are available: Blue only runs blue while the Blue/Red will change from blue to red when the water temperature hits 89 degrees.

The Blue faucet retails for $13 and the combo is $20; universal adapters are included. Batteries are preinstalled, plus a set of spare G13-A style watch batteries are also included.

For more information, call 888-433-5788 (GEEKSTUFF), 703-293-6299 or visit www.thinkgeek.com.

Fish tale: Trophy-sized pillows worth catching

Talk about an eye-catching accessory. These pillows are big enough to swamp a small child.

The bluegill is 40 inches long and 19 inches wide; the walleye is 48 inches long and 14 inches wide; and the pike, 48 inches long by 12 inches wide. There are also dolphin, marlin, rainbow trout and angelfish pillows to choose from.

For an added bonus, each pillow comes with fun information on that specific type of fish. (Did you know the walleye is the largest member of the perch family?)

They’re $20 at www.baronbob.com.

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