The perfect way for gamers to keep their keychains in check, the Keytendo looks like the face of Nintendo’s classic 8-bit console, and holds onto keys using keyfobs that look like joystick connectors. The cartridge door opens to provide a small storage space too.
This pro-grade appliance takes in grains, and automatically ferments and produces up to 2.5 gallons of craft beer in less than 4 hours. Those looking for an easier to use, smaller system should check out the $799 Pico, which brews pre-mixed grains from famous craft breweries.
Back in the day, we used to use 3.5″ floppy disks as improvised coasters. That was all fine and good, but drinks slipped right off, and they were a bit lumpy. These laser-cut wooden coasters seem like a better idea, and even have a foam back to protect your tabletops.
We love the retro/mod style of Time4Circle’s desk organizers, made from sheets of acrylic bent into an S-curve. They’re perfect for pens, pencils, smartphones, eyeglasses and more. A felt pad inside protects the acrylic from pen and pencil points. Choose from a variety of colors.
We’ve seen lots of multitools, but the Talon features one of the smartest designs yet. It has 17 tools, one of which functions as a handle for a 1/4″ hex socket. It’s TSA-friendly, and built from a from a sturdy, lightweight composite that won’t scratch stuff in your pocket.
A screw-in lightbulb replacement designed to illuminate dark places like garages, unfinished basements, sheds, and more. With its adjustable LED panels, and 3000 lumen output, it can illuminate every corner of the room, and turns on and off via motion sensor.