This vodka has a heavenly aroma of burnt sugar and vanilla, but isn’t sweet. This makes for some amazing cocktails, like the popcorn martini, made with caramel corn and simple syrup. Also tastes great with tangy ginger ale, or straight up.
A dramatic upgrade to the eons-old wheelbarrow, this fan-based device will let you carry heavy loads up to 350 pounds and turn on a dime while minimizing tip-over risk. We wish it came with that Robocop looking dude too.
This unique scale, cable and companion app let you precisely dole out cocktails without the need to measure with a shot glass. And no, you don’t have to make foofy rainbow-colored drinks with it. Works with both iOS and Android devices.
An upcoming product from Quirky, the Rig makes it easy to transport or secure large items. It’s easily adjustable, has an ergonomic handle and the buckle can be detached from the strap for easy disassembly.
Formerly exclusive to theaters, Tremor FX is now selling its sound-activated butt-shaking recliners to home users. It works with any video player or game console that has an HDMI output, and doesn’t require content to be specially encoded.
We have seen micro wrenches before but this Pocket Wrench design that comes in at the size of a key may be the smallest. It comes in SAE and Metric, and also works as a ruler, socket driver, screwdriver and, yes, bottle opener.
For gamers and workstation users. It has seven USB 3.0 ports, four 110v power plugs, a DVI plug, jacks for headphones, speakers and mic. Built from metal with “carbon fiber” vinyl, LED ambient lights, and a tower PC platform.
Italian studio Mandalaki designed this minimal table for the modern office. The table’s surface can be assembled and disassembled without the need for tools. One of its legs has two USB ports and six plugs for charging. Available soon.
Whether you’re sad that your favorite character has perished, or you just can’t handle the wait until 2014 for the new season, you can drown your sorrows in these shot glasses, embellished with the sigils of the houses of Westeros.
If you live in the Pacific Northwest, you can skip reading this. But if you live where giant redwoods aren’t plentiful, check out this kit. It gives you everything you need to grow your own giant tree, except soil, a shovel and 200 years.
Gama-Go’s clever bottle opener conceals itself as a folding straight razor, complete with wooden handle and sturdy metal “blade.” Just don’t try to shave with this thing unless you want to look like the Joker in The Dark Knight.