• Amok Draumr Hammock Gives Campers A Flat, Stable, Bed-Like Cot

    Amok Draumr Hammock Gives Campers A Flat, Stable, Bed-Like Cot

    As relaxing (and, in certain instances, as mesmerizing) as a hammock may be, it really doesn’t make for the most comfortable bed, giving you extremely limited options in sleeping positions. The Amok Draumr changes that, providing a flat bed-like sleeping surface that accommodates tossing and turning to your heart’s content. Rather than being suspended by ropes on two ends, the hammock is held up using straps on each of the two sides, which helps create a more stable line.  Inside the [...]

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  • TIK Just Might Be The Most Compact Way To Carry Your Keys

    TIK Just Might Be The Most Compact Way To Carry Your Keys

    Described as “the world thinnest and lightest keychain,” TIK isn’t just a clever way to bundle keys like the Orbitkey. Instead, it changes the way keys should look like, which makes for a less simple but considerably more streamlined solution. Instead of a regular key with a head, TIK uses keys with the head totally removed, allowing it to be dramatically smaller than regular keys by default. It still functions like a regular key (you insert it in the door and [...]

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  • KLAX Multi-Tool Lets You Weaponize A Piece Of Stick Into A Deadly Axe

    KLAX Multi-Tool Lets You Weaponize A Piece Of Stick Into A Deadly Axe

    Just like the gazillion of multi-tools out there, KLAX can be used as a hammer, a hex wrench, and a ruler, among other things. Unlike them, however, the darn thing can attach to the end of a handle and immediately turn into a deadly axe that lets you live out your lumberjack (or axe murderer, whichever the case may be) fantasies. When detached from its handle, the device is slim enough to be slipped into your jeans’ back pocket, allowing you to walk [...]

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  • Tentsile Connect Tree Tent Links Up With Other Suspended Tents To Build Floating Super Camps

    Tentsile Connect Tree Tent Links Up With Other Suspended Tents To Build Floating Super Camps

    Tentsile’s original Stingray tent gave campers an entirely different way to enjoy their outdoor stay, allowing them to set up a temporary shelter away from the cold, muddy ground and all the little bugs that inhabit it. The new Tentsile Connect gives campers the same portable treehouse, but adds a modular component that lets you cluster multiple tents together into your very own super camp. No more finding individual spots to set up multiple suspended tents. Instead, the entire group can set [...]

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  • Doona: This Infant Car Seat Folds Out Into A Functional Stroller

    Doona: This Infant Car Seat Folds Out Into A Functional Stroller

    Unlike other car seat and stroller combos, the Doona doesn’t require parents to remove the legs and wheels when strapping it to the car. Instead, it uses a folding mechanism that cleverly tucks those parts in, allowing the whole stroller to strap into the vehicle like any regular rearward-facing car seat. Made by Simple Parenting, it’s described as “the world’s first infant car seat with a complete and fully integrated mobility solution.” When going from stroller to car seat, you simply retract [...]

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  • Helinox Ultralight Table Folds To The Size Of An Umbrella

    Helinox Ultralight Table Folds To The Size Of An Umbrella

    The Helinox Ultralight Table is a camping table that can fold to a size no bigger than your gunbrella and no heavier than a travel bottle filled with your favorite refreshment. It’s the efficient, convenient, and functional table every outdoor enthusiast who insists on packing light will never have to think twice about bringing along. Measuring just 16.1 inches long and 3.5 inches in diameter with a weight of 1.5 pounds when folded, it gets you a usable table with none of [...]

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  • Hopbox Is An Affordable, Simple, And Stylish Homebrewing Kit

    Hopbox Is An Affordable, Simple, And Stylish Homebrewing Kit

    Want to homebrew your own beer, but not ready to invest an arm and a leg in an expensive personal brewery? We think these affordable and compact Hopbox Home Brewing Kits can give you a fun and satisfying start. A classic brewing kit, there’s nothing high-tech about this — no machines to plug in, no buttons to push, and no bulky equipment to take half the floor space in the basement. Instead, it’s like a basic chemistry set with rustic lab [...]

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  • BarkerBag Is A Sleeping Bag Designed For Your Dog

    BarkerBag Is A Sleeping Bag Designed For Your Dog

    If your dog likes sleeping by your feet when you’re at home, chances are he’ll want to do the same thing when you take him camping. And while he can always just snuggle by the side of your sleeping bag, the BarkerBag offers your pet a more comfortable alternative. Made by Storms Design, it’s a dog-sized sleeping bag that zips into either side of the bottom half of yours, giving your canine pal his own warm and cozy place to rest [...]

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  • Code Mode Light Is A “Do Not Disturb” Sign For Programmers

    Code Mode Light Is A “Do Not Disturb” Sign For Programmers

    Sure, you can hang a “Do Not Disturb” sign when you’re in the zone, but we doubt it will stop the self-important and inconsiderate clowns in the office from disturbing you when they feel the need to assert their ego into your space. The Code Mode Light won’t keep them from infringing on your flow either, but at least it looks way cooler than an old-school signboard. Hey, that counts for something. A light-up wall-mounted sign for programmers, it lets [...]

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  • Imbue Is A Versatile Drafting Ruler For On-The-Go Creatives

    Imbue Is A Versatile Drafting Ruler For On-The-Go Creatives

    If Imbue came out in the 80s, it would have been celebrated for being impeccably hip (unless it got buried in obscurity or something, but I digress). It’s a versatile little thing. A simple file-like tool, it can function as a ruler, a triangle, a compass, and a T-bar, sparing plenty of people from carrying a whole load of drafting supplies using just a single contraption. Granted, there is still a healthy market for these things, although probably not as [...]

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  • Pizza Cake: Please Let This Exist

    Pizza Cake: Please Let This Exist

    No the Pizza Cake isn’t a cake that’s been decorated to look like a pizza. That would have just been disappointing. Instead, it’s a pie styled to look like a cake with nothing but layer upon layer of greasy, cheesy, and delicious pizza slices. And it’s awesome. It does not exist yet. But it could. However, that will only happen if Canadians really, really, really want it. A potential addition to Boston Pizza’s summer menu (for their Canadian outlets only), [...]

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  • Da Vinci Notebook Uses Waterproof Paper Made From Stone

    Da Vinci Notebook Uses Waterproof Paper Made From Stone

    Instead of using regular paper made from wood pulps, the Da Vinci Notebook is made from stone paper. That’s right, stone — those hard, solid, nonmetallic mineral matters you see on the ground every single day. To be exact, it uses the calcium carbonate on rocks for 80% of the paper, which are then bonded with non-toxic resin that takes up the other 20%. The calcium carbonate is sourced from the waste materials of marble quarries and offcuts, which are [...]

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  • Disco Hammock Brings Retro Party Aesthetic To Your Camping Gear

    Disco Hammock Brings Retro Party Aesthetic To Your Camping Gear

    Ever hit a club and thought to yourself, “This place needs a hammock.”  Well, it makes perfect sense. You get too tired from dancing, you take a breather in that hanging sack over there. Same when you get a little too drunk, too stoned, or too sad after being rejected by the fifth girl you tried grinding on in the dance floor — a hammock just sounds like the perfect place to relax and reboot your senses. With all the [...]

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  • Ficks Fortifier Is A Hangover-Minimizing Cocktail Garnish

    Ficks Fortifier Is A Hangover-Minimizing Cocktail Garnish

    Alcohol is fun.  That’s why we drink it.  Lots of it, in fact. And we willingly live through the consequences of drinking too much, from carrying cab driver napkins to throwing up at work to waking up in Canada with no idea how we got there.  But what if you can imbibe the same amount of hooch while minimizing the less-than-desirable effects?  That’s exactly what Ficks Cocktail Fortifier claims to bring to your mixology kit. An all-natural cocktail fortifier, it [...]

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  • UCO Grilliput Duo Is An Actual Grill That Fits Inside A 13-Inch Tube

    UCO Grilliput Duo Is An Actual Grill That Fits Inside A 13-Inch Tube

    There’s no shortage of portable grills in the market. In fact, we’ve featured a bunch here, such as City Boy Picnic Grill, Fold Flat Grill, and Fuego Element Portable.  So far, though, we haven’t seen anything that can pack as small as the UCO Grilliput Duo, which crams an entire barbecue rig inside a single tube. Measuring just 11.4 inches long and 0.9 inches in diameter when packed for transport, there’s literally no way you can’t find space for it [...]

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  • Aesent Claims To Be World’s Most Comfortable Tent With An Inflatable Base

    Aesent Claims To Be World’s Most Comfortable Tent With An Inflatable Base

    We can’t exactly be sure of Aesent’s claim as the world’s most comfortable tent until we take it out for a test drive ourselves, but we must give props where it’s due: that integrated inflatable base definitely does give it a unique hook.  No more lugging an extra mattress around during camping trips — just pump air into your tent’s floor and you’re set. Comfort isn’t just about having a soft horizontal surface to lay your head on, but having [...]

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  • boxGATE Is A Pop-Up Bar And Grill Made From Shipping Containers

    boxGATE Is A Pop-Up Bar And Grill Made From Shipping Containers

    Setting up from behind your Legacy Power Wagon isn’t a bad way to hold a tailgate party.  I have to admit, though, your party’s going to feel pretty lame when someone sets up a boxGATE just across the way. A pop-up bar and grill, it can be transported as a regular-looking shipping container measuring 8 x 20 feet — similar to what you see being hauled by trucks at the local docks.  Once it gets to the lot where you’re [...]

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  • Why Go To Space On A Rocket When You Can Do It With This Balloon For $75K

    Why Go To Space On A Rocket When You Can Do It With This Balloon For $75K

    The age of space tourism is upon us.  And while everybody else is preparing to launch their spacecrafts with rocket engines and other traditional propulsion methods, turns out someone else has another manner of high-altitude flight in mind — balloons.  Seriously, that’s exactly what World View is doing with their balloon capsule outer space rides. Granted, we have a feeling the flight mechanism behind this helium balloon spacecraft is a lot more complicated than what goes on with hot air [...]

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  • Raven MPV7100S Combines Lawn Mower, ATV, And Generator In One Machine

    Raven MPV7100S Combines Lawn Mower, ATV, And Generator In One Machine

    Ride-on mowers and ATVs share enough in common that combining them into a single machine does make some amount of sense.  Just install a blade system that you can attach and detach at will, and you’ve got yourself a ride that can clear large fields one moment and drive around farm roads the next.  That’s exactly what they did with the Raven MPV7100S, a triple-duty workhorse that plays the role of mower, utility vehicle, and even generator. Not only will [...]

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