Featuring a look that combines modern and industrial aesthetics, Hikaro’s custom designed watches use Swiss movements, covered with sapphire glass, wrapped in stainless steel and trimmed with wood. Each has an elegant stitched leather band with a stainless buckle.
These unique aluminum alloy writing instruments each have a special cap which can be used as a spinning top. The weighty metal objects can help you pass the time, or help you figure out if you’re trapped in a dream or not.
Anyone who has ever dealt with a rigid, bulky U-Lock might agree that the Foldylock is exactly the type of innovation they have been looking for in bike security. The 35.5″ sturdy lock folds down for easy stowing on a mount or in a bag.
Do you hate making your bed? Does a bunched up, misaligned and/or loose hanging top sheet really bother you too? This snap-together duvet and sheet design that reduces bed making time just might be a dream come true.
A special cup just for dunking cookies in milk. It’s precision-engineered to ensure the perfect dunk, eliminating spills, broken cookies, and milk-covered fingers. One more first-world problem solved.
Brooklyn-based designer Jack Sutter has an efficient idea for reducing wallet bulk in your pocket with his TGT (pronounced “tight”) Wallet concept – a stylishly skinny recycled leather and elastic number.
This gadget plugs into any spare USB port, and can be programmed to light up in any color to indicate any event you can imagine, from new emails to weather forecasts. Windows, Mac or Linux.
Artful, but reasonably priced speakers which break out of the mold of the ordinary black boxes, replacing them with bold decorative stands covered with works by some awesome indie artists.
This clever kit lets you turn everyday objects or drawings into working buttons or keyboards for controlling games and other software. As shown in the video, you can even play with your banana.