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It’s probably just a personal prejudice on my part, but I’m a bit hesitant to embrace any product with the word “genie” in its name–expect for the Game Genie. Well played on that one, Galoob.

For those of you who don’t harbor such hesitancies, meet the Gadget Genie. It’s a little Ziplock Bag-like product that promises to remove all of the moisture from your electronics, should you get caught in a sudden downpour, accidentally drop the thing in a toilet, or become a surprise contestant on reboot of Nickelodeon’s You Can’t Do That On Television (though, for the record, the company makes no claims about the device’s ability to work with slime).

If you find yourself in one of the aforementioned pinches, turn off the device, towel it off, pull out the battery (unless, of course, you purchased an Apple product), drop it in the Gadget Genie, seal it up, and leave it overnight. Then the beads will get to work.

But wait, there’s more. The company is giving you three products for the price of one ($14.95 plus $3.95 shipping), and it’s offering a $100 money back guarantee if the thing doesn’t work for you. But how could it not? There’s an “As Seen on TV” logo on the site. They don’t give those out to just anyone, you know.

So, who wants to be the first person to see if the Gadget Genie works any better than a bag full of dried rice? Anyone got an extra iPhone lying around?

The spokesman in the informercially video on the site puts in best when he says, “Liquids are the enemy to all personal electronics.” The enemy, people! Product is not available in stores, operators are standing by, blah, blah, blah.


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