The Split Pea Peanut Lighter is the world’s smallest production lighter; made out of stainless steel, it stands 1.3″ tall with a 0.5″ diameter and runs on standard lighter fluid. Thanks, Alex!
Dyson’s Air Multiplier is a minimalist’s dream, but it’ll cost you: the blades are hidden inside the base, which expels up to 118 gallons of air a second through an airfoil-shaped ramp.
When you’ve got a small army to feed (or you have the appetite of said army), Weber’s Ranch Kettle saves the day: it boasts a giant 7.7 square feet of charcoal BBQing bliss.
Set up your own Wall Street shoeshine stand with this Paul Smith Shoe Care Kit; it includes no less than seven brushes, two polish cloths, five shoe paints and four bees wax polishes.
We still remember the ticking of the metronome to count beats per measure, but this Cassette Tape Measure is a physical double entendre: it measures distance instead of time.
It may look like a dead man’s switch, but the Cavius Personal Alarm is a lifesaver: it’ll scare crooks by emitting an ear-spltting 130 dB blast, and also doubles as a visual smoke alarm.
From spokes to the stroke of midnight: PixelThis’ Bike Wheel Clock gives old wheels a new lease on life with a high-torque quartz movement; it’s 22″ wide and runs on 1 AA battery.
They may look like beakers, but they’re just bulbs: Benjamin Hubert’s Labware Lamps are ideal for mad scientists; each stands 16″ high with both pendant and floor lamps available.
Ideal for dorm rooms and other cramped, couch-less spaces, the SlouchBack turns your bed into a sofa; it features built-in cup holders, removable covers and inflates in 30 seconds.
Spiral Cellars revisits historic French staircases but with a modern touch: they build watertight underground cylinders with an air flow system and enough space for 1,900 wine bottles.
Make no bones about it: Fred’s Fossiliced ice cube trays are more Ice Age than Jurassic Park, but we’re chill with the idea of serving up Triceratops tonics and T-Rex tequilas.
They look like regular keys, but these CTRL and SHIFT Key Lamps are ginormous; available in white or yellow, they use an LED and are intuitive: press down to turn them on/off.
Called a paradigm shift in woodworking for being safe as a hand saw yet accurate as a power-tool, The Jointmaker Pro features Japanese saw blades and a hand-crank with pitch adjustor.
Blending mid-century modern furniture (think Eames) with stereo equipment, Mikal Hameed’s art is a rare breed: it’s over the top, culturally relevant and acoustically awesome.
A 21st century road flare, LiteFlares pack two high intensity LEDs with 1 mile visibility, a polycarbonate case that can be run over by a car, and lasts 400+ hours on two AA batteries.
Bikers can stay prepared, save space and stash cash with this Benchmade-built, Harley Davidson branded Levitator Knife; it’s a modified tanto blade with built-in money clip.
Apple turns into a pumpkin this year with Throwboy’s new Halloween Finder Pillows; each measures 9″x11″ with Spooker, Finderstein, Mac-o’-lantern, and Macula styles.
If you prefer a little bling with your coffee, this Sovereign Mug will show who’s king of the cubicle and also doubles as brass knuckles; chains and grills (thankfully) not included.
It looks like a futuristic powercell, but MightyLite Mini is actually a portable flashlight that doubles as a lantern; it runs on one AA battery, weighs 2.5 oz and outputs 26 lumens.
Craig Jones turns fridges into hot rods that serve ice-cold brewskies: his Craigerators come in multiple varieties, but our favorite sports an iPod dock with built-in beer tap.
The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
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