I’ve got my hands on the new LockStitch Machine.
You can’t buy it for real, but you can get one as a Kickstarter-exclusive.
Its a small, silver machine that lets you lock and unlock your computer from the comfort of your couch, but it also has a few other cool features that make it an ideal lockstitching machine.
First off, the machine is powered by your own body, which means you don’t have to keep an extra arm around your neck or neck and shoulder to hold it steady.
This is a handy feature for those who are new to locksticking.
Another cool feature is the ability to lock and release the machine by using your phone’s motion sensor.
The device is pretty lightweight at just over a pound and comes with a pair of interchangeable wrist straps, which can be swapped out depending on the situation.
The machine also comes with some other cool stuff, like a pair the new Keypad, a new “machinist” app, and a button-lock button.
All in all, the LockStitches machine is a nice little device that can make a great gift for someone who’s always had a thing for locksticks.
It also comes complete with a few extra bells and whistles, like the ability for you to lock a window using the camera on your phone and the ability (and a lot of manual labor) to switch the lock screen to a different screen when you need to, among other things.
The LockSticks is available for preorder now for $299.99.
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