Blue­tooth gad­get is a bit flash! No bid to up his sen­tence

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Over­Board Wa­ter­proof Zoom Lens Cam­era Case – £24.49 www.over­board.com SOME­TIMES the best things hap­pen un­der­wa­ter.

What if you see a shark hav­ing a fight with a top-hat wear­ing orca? You’ll need to take a pic­ture of that shit.

You could ruin your cam­era by dip­ping it in the blue, or you can just pop it in this handy case and snap to your heart’s con­tent.

Sub­mersible up to 19ft, this bad-boy even of­fers pro­tec­tion from sand and dirt as well.

With clever zoom-lens hous­ing, even if the fight is hap­pen­ing a lit­tle far away, you won’t have a prob­lem.

The op­ti­cal front lens and Len­flex rear win­dow al­low you to take ul­tra-clear pho­tos while your cam­era is safely sealed inside the bag, so you’ll never miss out again. ODOYO Wa­ter­proof Head­phones – £25 www.ama­zon.co.uk THE ODOYO EP900i ear­phones are per­fect for those who love wa­ter sports – swimming ob­vi­ously, not be­ing pissed on.

So any­one who likes to lis­ten to tunes while they ham­mer the pool can now com­bine the two with­out fear of be­ing elec­tro­cuted.

The smart e a r phones are fully wa­ter­proof up to one me­tre and are great for those who love to work up a sweat.

Pow­er­ful driv­ers en­sure great sound qual­ity.

The ODOYO’s are avail­able in three colours – black, white and blue. via Blue­Tooth to give you per­fectly lit shots.

With 40 warm and cool LEDs be­hind a soft dif­fuser, you can con­trol the set­tings through the Nova’s free down­load­able app.

There are four pre-sets to play with as well; gen­tle, warm, neu­tral and bright.

If you’re par­tic­u­larly fancy, you can even put it into ad­vanced mode and re­ally tin­ker with the bug­ger.

Slim enough to fit in a wal­let, you’ll never take a badly lit pic­ture again. Garmin Vivofit – £139.99 www.garmin.com/en-GB WHEN it comes to get­ting your tackle wet, it helps if you’re in rea­son­able shape. It’s not about be­ing able to bonk for longer ei­ther – no woman wants to move a layer of flab aside to get to your junk.

You could pay a steroid abus­ing dick­head to train you – or you can TO be in with a chance of win­ning a Nova Flash, sim­ply an­swer one ques­tion.

How many LED’s are in the Nova? a) 3 b) 4 c) 40 Send your an­swers along with your name, ad­dress and tele­phone num­ber to our HQ at: Sun­day Sport Nova comp, Floor 3, Maclaren House, Lan­cas­trian Of­fice Cen­tre, Tal­bot Road, Old Traf­ford, Manch­ester, M32 0FP.

A name will be drawn out of the hat on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 5. Good luck! buy a handy work-out aid and do it your­self.

Garmin’s new Vivos­mart fit­ness band is great for mon­i­tor­ing a work­out.

It will learn about your in­di­vid­ual fit­ness lev­els and sets per­son­alised daily goals.

The screen on your wrist tells you ev­ery­thing from time and date, num­ber of steps taken or even calo­ries burned.

There’s even a ‘Move Bar’, with five seg­ments which fill in after an hour of in­ac­tiv­ity, sham­ing you into get­ting off your arse.

Sleek and com­fort­able, Vivos­mart has a light­weight curved band, wa­ter resistant to 50m, and has a bat­tery life of up to seven days. DJ Dave Lee Travis’s three-month sus­pended sen­tence for in­de­cent as­sault was “nei­ther wrong in prin­ci­ple nor un­duly le­nient”, the At­tor­ney Gen­eral has found.

Jeremy Wright QC de­cided the 69-year-old’s sen­tence for grop­ing a TV re­searcher on the Mrs Mer­ton Show in 1995 would not be re­ferred to the Court of Ap­peal.

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