Looking like something that belongs on a mantle in BioShock’s lost city of Rapture, these limited-edition handmade wood art deco clocks feature the warm orange glow of high voltage, cold-war era Nixie tubes to tell time.
The perfect knife for boaters, this cork-covered stainless steel knife will float back up to the top of the water should you drop it in the lake. The cork also offers a comfy grip surface for your hand. Holds keys too, so those won’t sink either.
Space-saving game room furniture that switches between a 7-foot billiards table and an air hockey table by turning over the playing surface. Locks securely in place when flipped. Now we want a three-sided version with a foosball table.
Just because you’re doing shots doesn’t mean you need to only use a single flavor of booze. This set of four acrylic shot glasses lets you combine two or three different spirits in a single shot, keeping the liquids separate until you drink up.
Now that he’s back in Cleveland, LeBron James has decided to put up his Miami residence up for sale. He bought the house in 2010 for $9M. It has 6 bedrooms, a mini theater, an infinity pool and a great view of the bay.
Despite being made from cardboard and weighing under 15 pounds, Refold’s desk is sturdy enough to stand on. The standing desk is not only good for you, but folds so you can work anywhere. Sadly, it’s only shipping in New Zealand (for now.)
Wacaco’s Minipresso is a compact, portable and hand-powered espresso machine. Its scoop and cup are integrated in the machine. It makes 2.35oz. of coffee by default, but Wacaco will also release an optional 4.6oz. water tank.
Getting a campfire started can suck. This simple, but ingenious cardboard rack gets wood up off the ground, dramatically improves airflow, and burns slowly to help get your fire crackling. Includes three firestarters.
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