Glen Lewis-Steele’s made-to-order LED lamp looks like a cube that changes its shape as you move around it. In fact, it’s not even a cube, and the LED isn’t inside it. But perhaps its greatest illusion is that it doesn’t look like something that should cost as much as a laptop.
A magnetic pin that blocks the cap of #4, #5 and #6 hex bolts, the ones commonly used to secure bicycle parts. Each pin is angled and so small that only the Hexlox key can take it out, and each order of pins only works with the key that comes with it.
Unless you live somewhere pretty far North and isolated from the big city, you probably don’t have a chance to see the Northern Lights. Enjoy the Aurora Borealis every time you fill up your coffee with this ceramic mug that reveals the glorious green lights whenever it heats up.
A pair of Xenon HID flashlights with a built-in belt clip. The Repulsor emits a total of 7,911 lumens at a 60º angle. Its low beam mode reaches up to 650ft away, while the high beam lights up to about 2300ft. It lasts up to 115min. per charge and also has a USB charging port.
This unique (and pricey) toaster oven from Japan ensures that your bread stays crunchy outside, and soft inside by adding humidity to the mix. Its makers claim it’s perfect for heating croissants, baguettes and rolls without scorching or drying them out.
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