Thirst Aid is a reusable hydration pack that looks like a saline drip pouch, but you can fill it with your favourite energy drink. It stands upu like a bottle when full and can be folded or rolled when empty. Not suitable for hot drinks.
The paper LED torch light by Japanese designer Kazuhiro Yamanaka is made exclusively using a cut-out piece of paper and a battery operated LED. The LED attachment is automatically powered via two thin hidden switches. As soon as the volume becomes flat again, the light shuts off.
The wearable wedding invitation card, called "Blinkers of Love", is designed by art director Renato Tata, the 2013 Greek Design Awards winner. The invitations are printed on cut-out paper that pieces together to form a pair of wearable glasses-inspired blinkers.
This Togo Burger package is designed to provide "a more convenient way of take-out for fast food industry as well as its customers by designing handy carrier for take-out burger meal consisted of a burger, french-fries, and soda."
The Opena for iPhone 5 is lighter and thinner than the original Opena but still just as awesome. The improved POSI-LOCK sliding mechanism ensures effortless operation of the slide out bottler opener for the life of your Opena!
Lego has built a 1:1 scale model of the X-Wing fighter using an astounding 5,335,200 bricks! It's as big as the real thing. Gizmodo writes that “it reproduces the official $60 Lego 9493 X-Wing Fighter. But instead of being 560-pieces and a few inches long, this model uses more than five million pieces and it’s 11-feet tall and 43 feet long, with a 44-foot wingspan. Just like the real X-Wing—and 42 times the size of the commercial Lego set.” Here are all details about the model: Contains 5,335,200 LEGO bricks Weighs 45,979.61 pounds (including bricks and steel infrastructure) Height: 11 feet / 3.35 meters Length: 43 feet / 13.1 meters Wingspan: 44 feet / 13.44 meters 32 builders spent 17,336 hours (about 4 months) to construct It took 32 Master LEGO builders approximately 4 months to build it to completion. LEGO unveiled this behemoth at Time Square in New York City.