Despite the shortcomings of this clip (vertical video, broken teeth from frozen Starburst), we still find the idea of replacing the ice in our freezers’ ice maker with candies to be truly inspired – especially those mini Reese’s PBCs.
Spice up your evening with Patrón’s latest tequila liqueur. XO Cafe Incendio is flavored with chocolate and spicy arbol chile peppers. Makes for the world’s most awesome cup of coffee or hot cocoa, but also tastes great all by itself.
These ultrabright, rechargeable LED bike lights aim to dramatically improve visibility of bike riders at night or in inclimate weather. The waterproof lights provide full 360° illumination, and attach using strong neodymium magnets.
A sweet, spicy and smooth concoction made from Kentucky bourbon whiskey, pure honey and spicy ghost pepper. With a flavor reminiscent of a red hot candy, it makes for a great shot, or to compliment apple pie à la mode.
Japan Crate offers up a monthly subscription box loaded with delicious and unusual candies and treats – in typically bright and whimsical packaging. Choose from three box sizes depending on the size of your sweet tooth.
Entertainment and security in one remote-controlled egg. It has a projector with an adjustable lens, a camera, various sensors and a sound system. It maps your home so you can ask it to come to a specific room, or control it directly.
Strong Like Bull’s BottleLoft is a magnetic strip that lets you maximize the space in your fridge. Each strip has a 3M adhesive and three neodymium magnets to let you hang bottles, jars and cans in your fridge’s shelves.
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.
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