Gear : AD , Apple , Baby , Bike , Camcoder , Camera , Cellphone , Concept , Design , Desktop , DIY , Film , Gadget , Gaming , Headphone , HIFI , Laptop , Other , Pet , Pic , Phone , Projects , Sport , Spy , Software , Steampunk , News , Man , MediaPlayer , Military , MusicKit , Office , Toy , Tools , Video , Tech ,
"Ensures a perfect blade-like edge on every one of her bottle-like weapons." Wrote the designer: "The perforated ornamentation on the In Case Vase provides a secondary and potentially life-saving purpose." "Were an intruder to attack, the vase can be smashed and turned against the aggressor. The pattern creates optimal shards to aid in your protection."
"Medical Locket has a caduceus on the front and a Red Cross on the 2GB USB flash drive.
Enables the user to easily store and maintain a complete and up to date medical history, as well as contact information of loved ones.
Medical records are kept safe and private inside the locket and information can be accessed easily by plugging in the detachable USB.
The drive itself can be engraved with the user's most essential information, readily available to medical professionals or Good Samaritans in an emergency.
24k satin gold-plated brass and silver-plated USB; gold-plated chain; lobster clasp.
Locket dimensions: 1.25" x 0.5" x 0.75"."
The JuiceTank is the first iPhone case to feature an integrated wall charger into this iPhone case. So you can just plug your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S directly into a wall outlet to charge your device. Cool idea. Desgned by Lloyd Gladstone and Jesse Pliner. The JuiceTank's creators are currently trying to raise $125,000 through Kickstarter to put it into production, and if you are one of the first 400 people to back them you can reserve one for just $40. But if you decide to wait until they're available for sale, you can expect to shell out at least $70 instead.
It is $119.
The sea was born by accident 100 years ago, when the Colorado River breached an irrigation canal; for the next two years the entire volume of the river flowed into the Salton Sink, one of the lowest places on Earth. The new lake became a major tourist attraction, with resort towns springing up along its shores. Yet with no outflow, and with agricultural runoff serving as its only inflow, the sea’s waters grew increasingly toxic. Farm chemicals and ever-increasing salinity caused massive fish and bird die-offs. Use of the sea for recreational activities plummeted, and by the 1980s its tourist towns were all but abandoned
"Imaging how your weight has changed over 10 years, it might response how your life has changed. The human body records something which might be reflected on the weight changes. The idea of the project is collecting a person's weight change to look back on the passing life."