Foaster looks like a miniature toaster, keeps your two of Apple’s iPhone(5, 5S, and 5C) charged at once, eliminates clutter, and looks great in your kitchen. It comes with two built-in MFI-certified Lightning connectors and USB cables. Foaster is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $79 will get you one of your very own.
Made from Dyneema, a material used for truck armor in Afghanistan and for SWAT team shields, the 18-by-20-inch boards [weigh less than four pounds and] can stop "multiple magazines of ammunition from handguns or shotguns without ricochet or injury," says the company's web site. "Easy-to-hold handles for portability." Pink, Yellow, Purple, Green, Blue, or White: $299.
A practical and theoretical treatise on the artisanal craft of pencil sharpening. The number one #2 pencil sharpener in the world, David Rees takes viewers through the delicate process of sharpening a pencil by hand.
Most of us may have the experience the embarrassing moment that your beer get taken mistakenly by someone else in a party. The Can Stamp is a clever way to prevent the untimely demise of your beer. It properly labels your can of beer with your choice of 'Mine', 'In Use', 'Fuel', 'Drunk', or '1 More'.
These hilarious photos pair the scintillating ladies found in 1940s and '50s calendars and magazines with the modern cats of today. Which image is more arresting? Scantily clad pin-up girls are no match for these personality-filled cats!
The Rainy Pot by Korean Designer Seungbin Jeong is emotional and functional. It is emotional, because the Rainy Pot serves to create a similar environment as in nature that encourages childlike emotions to grownups and playfully educates children the ecological movement of nature. It is functional, because the Rainy Pot can hold the water in its cloud-shaped tub and provides even amount of water drops in timely fashion. The Rainy Pot helps the users watering the plants with hassle-free and keeps the beauty and health of the plants.