Belfast Telegraph

Six of the best quirky gadgets

By Claire Spreadbury

The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio are about to kick off so go for gold with these medal-worthy gizmos.

Selfie Light, £12.95,



Take the perfect selfie every time by clipping this tiny light on to your phone. The 12 LED lights illuminate your face, making you look instantly gorgeous, and can be charged up via USB. All you need to do is say, 'Cheese!'

We all know metallics are a great match for most outfits, and this gorgeously gold digi camera is a great investment for all those summer events.

With a 20x optical zoom, 16 megapixels and full HD movies, this slimline snapper has a lot to offer.

The vibration reduction technology ensures smooth shooting and the built-in Wi-Fi and NFC support means you can upload everything on social media at the click of a button.

Got a period home in need of a touch of class?

Look no further than this beautiful vintage phone.

Showcasing classic early 20th century design, push-button dialling and a traditional curly cloth cord, all you need is a fabulous armchair and a close friend on the other end.

World's Most Expensive Vacuum Cleaner, £800,000,



If you're 'filthy' rich, this might just be the ultimate gadget. Billed as the world's most expensive vacuum cleaner, this mean machine is plated in 24k gold and promises excellent performance, which is just as well, considering its cost.

How often do you find yourself wandering around a car park trying to find your car? Wander no more - by using this nifty device and an app on your phone, you can easily locate your wheels. The dual USB ports mean you can also charge your mobile and tablet at the same time too. Pricey, you say? Well yes, but it is real gold.

Linearflux LithiumCard Pro Portable Micro USB Power Bank, £29.99, Mobile Fun


Portable chargers have become a bit of a must-have, and an absolute necessity if you're heading to a festival or campsite this summer.

This sleek little number claims to be the world's fastest phone charger (providing 3,000mAh) and the built-in cables are really handy, too.

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