Daily Archives: April 27, 2010

id-iom clothing

We have a screenprinter and aren’t afraid to use it. Well, that’s not entirely true as we can’t currently use it as we don’t have enough space to get it out – which is a real shame. I do love to do a bit of screenprinting but we haven’t had our equipment out for a while due to our last ‘studio space’ getting redeveloped (i would have used the correct term – stables – but that just doesn’t have the right gravitas!)

We had a great day out shooting the shots below around South London. Many thank to everyone involved! Some of these t’s are even still available! Plenty more will become available once i manage to get the screenprinter set up again. Watch this space…






Follow the link here or click on any of the pictures above to see pics of our some of our clothing on flickr


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ADE 651 next generation – in store now (by id-iom)

Before i start this post i should make clear that to you really need to read the scandalous story of the ADE 651 (and prepare to be astounded!)  – wikipedia entry on ADE 651

Because you demanded it we’ve gone and developed a brand new version of our top selling remote portable substance detector! Forget the ADE 651, be amazed by the new ADE 652 – brought to you by ATSC industries…

Text from front of pack:

Brand new product
Stylish new design

Sniff out whatever you want wherever you want

Needs no batteries – powered by solar winds

Used the world over

Based on principles of nuclear quadropole resonance

Another great ATSC product

Text from back of pack:

By programming the detection cards to specifically target a particular substance, (through the proprietary process of electro-static matching of the ionic charge and structure of the substance), the ADE 652 will ‘by-pass’ all known attempts to conceal the target substance.

Can detect anything you want (including, but not limited to, guns, ammunition, drugs, truffles, zombies, robots, unicorns and bank notes) from a distance of up to 10 miles – through lead, water, rock or even from an airplane (up to an altitude of 5 kilometres).

Major-General Jehad al-Jabiri of Iraq’s Interior Ministry’s General Directorate for Combating Explosives has defended the device: "Whether it’s magic or scientific, what I care about is detecting bombs. I don’t care what they say. I know more about bombs than the Americans do. In fact, I know more about bombs than anyone in the world”

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