It may cause some frivolous stapling, but we like that this Pac-Man shaped Stap Man Stapler promises to turn even mundane office tasks into a pellet-chompin’, ghost-gobblin’ affair.
Vadim Kibardin strips time down to its bare essentials with the Black & White Clock; it uses four OLED figures with self-contained power supplies and an invertible day/night display.
Perfect for frat houses and college dorms everywhere, Tobias Franzel’s Ping Pong Door turns every knock into an opportunity for a neighborly paddle-on-paddle buttwhoopin’.
Only a car company would put a spoiler on a piano; the Audi Bosendorfer Grand features a sweeping “design wing”, solid aluminum pedal lyres and a hydraulically damped lid.
The Trace of Time Clock ensures you’ll never run late again: it’s a dry-erase board with a single hand that wipes out tasks as they happen, leaving the tardy with no idea of what’s transpired.
You probably won’t want to use any rare collectible LPs, but this Album Sound Table is a pretty sweet way to show off your discarded album cover collection while being functional, too.
Stowing your bike onto a truck has always been a two step process, so Ogio’s Step-Up Ramp is a godsend: it lets you temporarily park the bike while you jump onto the tailgate.
Made out of Mil-Spec hard-anodized aerospace aluminum and virtually indestructible, the LX2 LumaMax flashlight packs a potent 200 lumen LED; it’s also waterproof and weighs just 3.7 oz.
Perfect for world dictators and Michael Bay, SwordDemon.com is an arsenal of novelty weaponry; choose from Barbarian Skull Clubs, Dragon Claws, and Ninja Death Spike Blowguns.
Designed by Piero Lissoni, the Alessi Barbicu is both functional and portable; able to use gas or charcoal, it can be configured as a low-slung pit or regular trolley-style BBQ grill.
Talk about better mousetraps: from flypaper clocks to mouse-eating tables, these Carnivorous Robots not only trap but digest their prey in a microbial fuel cell to create power.
Nick and Beau Trincia have managed to combine a desk, a chair and a laptop case into one unit: the Openaire separates into a laptop desk and a plush chair when unfolded.
Only for men who hunt, kill and cook their own meals, this Horn Steak Set isn’t for the squeamish: it’s a set of six forged stainless steel knives and forks with natural deer horn handles.
First made in 1976, Japanese lighter manufacturer Sarome’s SD1 is their oldest model in production; each is assembled by hand with a solid brass case and traditional flint design.
Packed with quick-draw pockets for your tong, spatula and even a brewskie, the Grillslinger Sport is a belt for BBQ cowboys that conveniently puts all your tools at waist level.
Adding even more charred mammal flesh to those summer picnics, this Meatball Grill Basket satisfies a need we didn’t know we had, but now do–the drool on our keyboard says it all.
A good, strong length of rope comes in handy for emergency situations, so these Survival Bracelets are no mere fashion accessories: you’ll get up to 26′ of 550 lb mil-spec paracord.
You probably don’t want to text while showering (hello, electrocution), but this Emoticon Shower Curtain is perfect for those toilet texters who need to tweet while they toot.
This 25th Anniversary Foxtail Shoulder Plane is signed by John Economaki and made from solid stainless steel, but at a cost of $2,500, it proves that even carpenters have their fanboys.
If you set your clock a few minutes fast to avoid being late, this On-Time Wall Clock by Fabrica features a minute hand that is bent three minutes forward; no word yet on availability.
Now this is what we call firepower: the Windmill Delta Lighter is stormproof and able to sustain a 2000¬âˆž F flame in 70-80 mph winds using a catalyzer coil; it runs on butane gas refills.
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