• Breakfast Sandwich Maker Cooks Your Meal In Five Minutes

    Breakfast Sandwich Maker Cooks Your Meal In Five Minutes

      Like starting you day with a breakfast sandwich?  While you can do that using the mass of cooking appliances you’ve already accumulated, nothing should help you zip through preparing those sausage egg muffins or ham and cheese bagels quite like this Breakfast Sandwich Maker. Created by Hamilton Beach, the appliance is an all-in-one sandwich maker that will cook your eggs and meats, grill your cheese, and toast your bread at the exact same time.  That way, you don’t have […]

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  • Pocket Cup Is A Flat-Storing Reusable Cup

    Pocket Cup Is A Flat-Storing Reusable Cup

    You are not a big fan of plastic cups for the non-biodegradable waste, but you also hate paper cups because they’re flimsy as heck.  And you also despise carrying a reusable KeepCup around because the thing is just so darn bulky.  What to do?  How about these Pocket Cups? Made by Connect Design, it’s a reusable silicone cup clad in the adorable likeness of a leaf.  It’s a little too cute, in fact, you’d probably sooner mistake it for a […]

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  • PowerFlask Charger: All Juice, No Booze

    PowerFlask Charger: All Juice, No Booze

    You’ve recently given up drinking.  And that Star Trek Flask you always carried around is now officially retired.  As a result, you now have one free pocket for holding whatever new gadget you decide to take around with you.  The PowerFlask should make for a great replacement. Shaped like a regular flask, it should fit in wherever you normally squeeze in your drinking flask — backpocket, jacket pocket, backpack pouch and all those other holes.  Instead of holding drinks for […]

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  • Delk Money Clip Bundles Multi-Tools

    Delk Money Clip Bundles Multi-Tools

    I’ve always thought Swiss Army Knives needed a money clip integrated into its design.  You already keep the thing in your pocket, so might as well find a way to have it hold your folded bills.  While that hasn’t really happened yet (honestly, I don’t know how to work that in the design either), turns out someone saw the wisdom in the mash-up and made the Delk Money Clip Multi-Tool. Instead of starting from a pocket knife design, they went […]

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  • Immortalize Your Favorite Shirts In The T-Frame

    Immortalize Your Favorite Shirts In The T-Frame

    We all fall in love with our shirts sometimes.  Whether it’s that old Ramones presidential seal tee you wore to death in the 90s, that mashup New York Lakers Undefeated shirt you wore to games semi-ironically, or that ironic Large Pocket Shirt that seemed very funny when you wore it last year but just seems like a reminder of your utter stupidity now, we all went through months (sometimes years) of treating one special shirt very fondly.  And if you’d […]

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  • Filabot Reclaimer Recycles Old Plastic Into 3D Printing Filaments

    Filabot Reclaimer Recycles Old Plastic Into 3D Printing Filaments

    Home 3D printing is quite economical now.  Still, the expenses on those $30 spools of plastic you use to form your finished products can add up after many projects.  The Filabot Reclaimer could change that. Created by researchers at Michigan Technological University, it’s a plastic extruder that turns throwaway plastics into usable filament for 3D printing.  That means, all those milk jugs you clean out drowning your cereal, plastic water bottles, old toys and all sorts of plastic products that […]

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  • Upgrade Your Offroad Adventures With The Mercedes-Benz G63 AM6 6×6

    Upgrade Your Offroad Adventures With The Mercedes-Benz G63 AM6 6×6

    Six-wheel drive trucks has been a staple of military off-roaders for a long time.  And just like other military tech, we knew it was only a matter of time before the same thing turned up for consumer vehicles.  The wait is, apparently, up with the Mercedes-Benz G63 AM6 6×6, a limited edition SUV packing some extreme features. Yep, a six wheeler SUV with three pairs of 37-inch wheels that aren’t just for show.  Instead, the vehicle’s massive torque is split […]

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  • Is This The Manliest Cloth Hanger Ever?

    Is This The Manliest Cloth Hanger Ever?

    Maybe your flimsy plastic hangers can handle your current wardrobe.  But what about in the future when they start building outfits with integrated robot parts and gadgets and all that?  Surely, those puny hangers you have hanging in the closet just won’t cut it (chances are, they’ll give out even with just a Travel Jacket with all pockets filled).  If you want to future-proof your closet for our eventual high-tech wearables, you’ll want to invest in these Man Hangers. Made […]

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  • This Is A Freestanding Wall Garden You Can Place Anywhere In The House

    This Is A Freestanding Wall Garden You Can Place Anywhere In The House

        You want a vertical garden, but don’t want to nail or screw anything into the wall.  Because your mom don’t like it when you make noise in the basement (just kidding).  Not a problem with the Freestanding Wall Garden, a standalone cabinet for growing your favorite plants. Designed for both indoor and outdoor use, it comes with 40 separate planting cells (four in each of the ten rows) for growing your herbs, shrubs and decorative plants.  You can […]

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  • Studio BIB 500 Marker Poster Features 500 Unique Illustrated Black Markers

    Studio BIB 500 Marker Poster Features 500 Unique Illustrated Black Markers

    Some people just love to collect stuff — Star Wars memorabilia, LEGO toys and whatever other stuff they can obsess over.  Toronto-based artist Allister Lee has set his focus on black markers, which he proceeds to draw individually to scale in an art project he calls the Black Marker Bible. Intent on building the most extensive assemblage of black markers in the world, the artist started the collection back in 2002 when he started using different types of black markers […]

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  • Push Button Tap Adapters: Because Buttons Make Everything Better

    Push Button Tap Adapters: Because Buttons Make Everything Better

    There’s a reason why faucets have handles instead of buttons: turning handles let you control how weak or strong the water flow is.  If you always turn it to the highest setting anyway, of course, then the point is moot.  Might as well just keep that handle perpetually turned and install one of these Push Button Tap Adapters instead. Placed at the nozzle of your faucet, the adapter lets you activate the flow of water with just the push of […]

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  • Optimal Posture Office Chair Keeps You From Slouching At Work

    Optimal Posture Office Chair Keeps You From Slouching At Work

      You know slouching is bad for your back, but you still do it all the time.  Doesn’t matter what new gimmick office chair you use — your willpower simply fails you.  The only real way for you to keep good posture while you go through the workday is to use a chair that makes slouching impossible and the Optimal Posture Office Chair is just the furniture for the job. Developed with input from doctors of the Wooridul Spine Hospital, […]

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  • Chef2 Puts A Spatula And Tongs On Either End

    Chef2 Puts A Spatula And Tongs On Either End

    Multi-tools are pretty common.  Cooking multi-tools like the Stake, Spoon Tongs or the Chopula, though, remain a rare breed.  So finding new multi-purpose cooking implements is quite a treat, especially when they’re as simple and functional as the Chef2. A combo cookware, it features a spatula on one end and tongs on the other.  That way, you can use it to fry your sausages as well as pick them up one by one when they’re done.  Or to stir your […]

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  • Build-On Brick Mug Lets You Enjoy LEGO With Your Coffee

    Build-On Brick Mug Lets You Enjoy LEGO With Your Coffee

    Those who like enjoying their hot coffee while doodling with chalk are probably weird people.  Still, they have the Chalk Talk Mug made specially for them.  If you’d rather construct LEGOs while enjoying your cup of java, though, the Build-On Brick Mug is exactly the drinking vessel you should get. Covered with nubs and holes designed to fit standard toy bricks, the mug makes for a completely viable LEGO construction platform.  You can build whatever you want directly on the […]

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  • Chuck Taylor Well Worn Collection Brings You Brand New Beat-Up Kicks

    Chuck Taylor Well Worn Collection Brings You Brand New Beat-Up Kicks

    You know what goes well with brand new faded jeans?  Brand new well-worn sneakers.  Sure, the whole “making new stuff look old” is kind of cheesy, but the result definitely looks awesome.  If you don’t believe me, just check out these Converse Chuck Taylors from the Well Worn Collection. Looks beat up?  Check.  Looks like it’s been through the ringer a couple of times?  Check.  While you can probably get the same thing hunting down old Chucks at Goodwill, this […]

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  • Lace Anchors Eliminate The Need To Tie Your Shoes

    Lace Anchors Eliminate The Need To Tie Your Shoes

        Tying shoelaces is no fun.  Having those knots loosen while you’re running, walking or shooting hoops is even worse.  For the most part, we put up with it because it takes under a minute to get done.  But let’s be honest — tying shoelaces is a chore we can do without.  That’s exactly what the Lace Anchors are for. A small accessory that goes behind the top eyelets of your kicks, it locks your laces in place with […]

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  • MYO Wearable Gesture Controller Armband Needs No Cameras

    MYO Wearable Gesture Controller Armband Needs No Cameras

    Now, here we were thinking camera-based gesture controls were the definite future of computers.  While that may still be a probability, it could very well be pushed to the side by devices like the MYO Gesture Control Armband. Worn around your forearm like an armband, the gadget uses proprietary muscle sensors and a six-axis motion sensor to track your movements.  The muscle sensors detect the changes in hand and finger gestures, while the motion sensor tracks your arm’s position, enabling […]

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  • Puma Mobium Elite: Running Kicks For Midfoot Strikers

    Puma Mobium Elite: Running Kicks For Midfoot Strikers

          You’ve tried Nike Flyknits, Adidas Adipure Trainers and everything in between, but you’re still not happy with your current pair of running kicks.  Maybe you’ll find your bliss with the new Puma Mobium Elite, which Puma claims will enhance your natural movements during runs. Categorized as a “neutral runner,” it’s aimed at running enthusiasts and athletes who either stride with high arches or hit the ground with their midfoot. Using a special elasticized band built into the […]

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  • Make Your Own Superhero Kit

    Make Your Own Superhero Kit

    You always wanted action figures of your favorite characters from The Wire.  But, alas, crime dramas (Walter White, notwithstanding) aren’t really prime candidates for getting the superhero merchandising treatment.  If you have some art skills, though, maybe you can create your own bespoke characters using the Make Your Own Superhero Kit. While designed for letting you conjure your own superhero action figures, the set looks perfectly capable of letting you fashion figures of any character you want.  Omar Little?  Bottom-End […]

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  • HP Slate 7 Tablet Boasts Low Price, Wireless Printing

    HP Slate 7 Tablet Boasts Low Price, Wireless Printing

    Remember when you expected HP to turn webOS into a viable tablet platform?  Yeah, that’s long gone.  Instead, the company has opted to jump into the Android fray with the newly-announced HP Slate 7. From what we’ve seen with the Kindle and Nexus devices, making a big splash in the crowded tablet market requires some serious outpricing.  And that’s exactly what HP is embracing, with their tablet costing just $169 — a full $30 cheaper than the Nexus 7 and […]

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  • IKEA Socker Is A Mini-Greenhouse For Your Home

    IKEA Socker Is A Mini-Greenhouse For Your Home

    Want to build a greenhouse, but you don’t have anywhere near the space for one?  Not a problem with the IKEA Socker, a miniature greenhouse you can set up on a table for all your indoor growing needs. Designed to “provide a good environment for seeds to sprout and plants to grow,” the contraption actually looks like a dollhouse with all-glass walls.  You know, the kind Exhibitionist Barbie will live on if she existed and came with matching Peeping Tom […]

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  • This Mechawhales Action Figure Is All Manners Of Amazing

    This Mechawhales Action Figure Is All Manners Of Amazing

    I’ve never heard about Mechawhales before.  Apparently, it’s a futuristic cartoon that features highly-intelligent psychic whales in robot suits that allow them to help defend earth against alien invaders.  Sure, that premise sounds wonky, but the characters definitely look awesome, teetering that delicious line where entertainment and ridiculousness reside.  And now, you can own one of them with this Infantry Mechawhale Action Figure. In the cartoon, Infantry Whales serve as the backbone of the Mechawhale army.  Made up of sperm […]

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  • Papercraft Pagani Zondas Let You Build Your Own Supercar Fleet

    Papercraft Pagani Zondas Let You Build Your Own Supercar Fleet

    You already own a mini-garage full of papercraft trucks.  And you’ve had your fill.  Now, it’s time to get cranking on your own fleet of supercars.  You can start with these Papercraft Pagani Zondas. One of the rarest sportscars ever built (only 206 Zondas have been produced throughout its 12 year run), this is the kind of papercraft project to bring prestige to your toy garage. Sure, it won’t get you hot party girls with low self-esteem the way the […]

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  • Volkswagen XL1 Brings Futuristic Looks, Top Fuel Efficiency

    Volkswagen XL1 Brings Futuristic Looks, Top Fuel Efficiency

    Sometimes, automakers make futuristic cars that don’t look all that futuristic.  Other times, they actually succeed, all while bringing features that make the whole futuristic thing feel real, too.  That’s, pretty much, the case with the Volkswagen XL1, the production version of the company’s long-awaited 1-liter concept car from 11 years ago. When it hits the streets, the two-seater will officially become the most fuel-efficient production car in the world.  Yep, it’s that big of a deal.  Using a plug-in […]

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  • Vampliers Makes Removing Stuck Screws Easier

    Vampliers Makes Removing Stuck Screws Easier

      Every handyman job is within every normal dude’s repertoire provided they have the right tools for the job.  It’s just like opening a cork — if you use a good corkscrew (or better yet, a power corkscrew), it’s easy; if you don’t, you’re likely to botch it.  When it comes to removing jammed, damaged or tamper-proof screws, you can either use your regular toolset or simplify your  life by getting the Vampliers. No, it’s not a pair of pliers […]

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  • Google Chromebook Pixel: For Your Upscale Cloud Computing Needs

    Google Chromebook Pixel: For Your Upscale Cloud Computing Needs

    Remember when you saw a Chromebook at the mall and didn’t buy one because $300 seemed expensive for a cloud-only computer?  Well, Google is taking a page out of Apple’s ridiculously effective tactics to push their Chromebooks this time around, bringing superbly sleek design, stunning display quality and annoyingly expensive price to the table with the Google Chromebook Pixel. Clearly aiming straight at the Macbook crowd, the high-end Chromebook is undeniably gorgeous. From the general design to the sleek details […]

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  • 3Doodler Is A 3D-Printing Pen

    3Doodler Is A 3D-Printing Pen

    Home 3D printing is hot right now.  Problem is, the learning curve isn’t quite that low — you’ll need to understand 3D modeling at a competent level to really get anything done.  The 3Doodler lowers the bar on the skills front, letting you produce 3D-printed creations by simply doodling with a pen. Unlike other 3D printers, this isn’t a tabletop rig hooked up to a computer.  Instead, it’s just an unusually chunky pen that contains all the hardware, software and […]

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