“Welcome to the Hydraulic Press Channel. Today we have stupid things for our press.” Well at least they’re self-aware. The destroyers of all things toss a bunch of random stuff under their mighty crusher, the most spectacular of which ends up being a simple deck of cards.
A look at Dishonored 2‘s themed missions. These are quests where you still have a target within a fortified level, but there are mechanics or level designs specific to a mission that enrich and expand your playthrough, such as a time-traveling device or a transforming house.
This substantial wristwatch is ready to take on up to 50 ATM, offering both water resistance and a helium release valve, so it’s perfect for diving or any water sport. It’s crafted from durable surgical steel, has a sapphire-coated mineral glass crystal, and luminous hands.
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.
Looking for the ultimate in audio minimalism? These earbuds are as compact as you can get, eliminating all wires, and just barely sticking out of your ears. Their storage case also charges them, and they have active noise suppression and echo cancellation for phone calls.
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.
One of Hender Scheme’s Manual Industrial Products silhouettes for fall is a handcrafted homage to Timberland’s classic work boots. The MIP 14’s exquisite raw leather upper is paired with a replaceable sole and a rubber heel.