Feb. 8, 2012
-- 2nd February, 2012 - London, UK: RED5.co.uk, the ultimate gadget shop, today launches the On This Day Calendar (http://www.red5.co.uk/
, a heat sensitive calendar that reveals an interesting fact of the day when touched. For example, did you know that on this day in 1852 the first British men’s public toilets opened on London’s Fleet Street? Thought not. Informative and practical, the On This Day Calendar has a striking rainbow graphic design and is available now at Red5.co.uk for £15.95.
The On This Day Calendar collates the awesome, the inspiring, and the downright bonkers moments of history and puts them all into small nuggets of information ready to be revealed. Tomorrow in 1819 for example, the world’s first commercial cheese factory opened in Switzerland. Who knew? To reveal the fact of the day, simply press and hold the black diamond and the heat sensitive patch will disappear revealing the knowledge of the day, hiding the text again as it cools.
And for all your own momentous moments - dentist appointments, epic birthdays, school holidays etc – there is space to record them on the dated coloured blocks. The calendar also has an area for morning and night, so ample room for your nocturnal life too. The On This Day Calendar will turn heads with its striking design and provide pearls of wisdom to wow you and your guests. Hang up the 100 x 39.5 cm calendar with pride.
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The first RED5 store opened its doors in 2005 and the company currently has 15 standalone physical shops as well as established concessions at Hamleys and Selfridges. The website www.red5.co.uk followed in 2006, as a result of rapidly growing customer demand. With a priority on quality and originality, the RED5 buying team search far and wide to bring the coolest and most innovative gifts and gadgets to customers, before the rest of the market. Although RED5 may appear to be a new kid on the block, in reality it is anything but, founders Jonathan Elvidge and Joth Baron, were both part of the team behind The Gadget Shop, the original high street gadget retailer.