Forgive the tacky, traditional commercial and you’ll see the benefit of LightDims, reusable stick-on LED shades. Comes in two variants – one that dims LEDs and one that blocks them out totally.
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The Oona is a cheap, simple but versatile smartphone stand. Stick it on a glass surface, on white boards, or even on your desk, with a variety of positions and angles for your needs.
Milton Crawford’s cookbook breaks hangovers into six tidy categories of hurt, offering recipes and activities for snapping out of each type of morning fog the day after you get your drink on.
Keep your knives nice and sharp with Fred’s cheeky block sharpener that lets you magically cut your tiny assistant in half – or at least sever her carotid artery based on the location of the blade.
Why should your goldfish have to live in a crummy old round fishbowl, when they could take up residence in a trendy modern dwelling instead? Stack multiples to build out your own hotel for fish.
This cup has more holes than a brick of Swiss cheese, but still keeps you beverage inside thanks to a dual-layer design. The layers also let you drink hot beverages without burning your hand.
Jason Miller’s modular lighting is made of segments filled with LED arrays. They can be mixed and matched to form different structures. Seems like only the straight segments are available for now.
Made with teak wood, stainless steel and glass fibre, the 37.5″ x 37.5″ Big Fan is as imposing as it is beautiful. A regulated 150W Bosch motor provides power to the reinforced teak propeller.
A bottle cap opener that collects caps in its body. It can store up to 30 caps at a time, and it has a removable base for easy disposal of caps. Less time for cleaning means more time for drinking.
We wouldn’t usually use the word “Epic” to describe a grand piano, but Robert Majkut’s Roland-powered digital grand piano, inspired by the beauty of the sea-faring mammals is truly deserving of the word.
An aluminum lounge chair that looks like it was made with bulldozer parts. Despite its utilitiarian appearance, the chair is supposedly comfortable, and its parts will be adjustable via the red knobs.
Its tapered pointed blade and sharpened sides can break through the hardest – okay let’s be honest. You don’t need a $120 shovel. Just admire the fine craftmanship and giggle at its name.
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