Most of us use mobile devices or notebooks for jotting down ideas, but if you prefer using whiteboards, the Ideaboard may be for you. It comes in two sizes and should go on sale soon.
An ingenious receptacle for household paint. Fill it via the included syringe then snap its brush head on to vacuum seal it. Good for small paint jobs or making the most out of leftover paint.
Invented by Micah Black, PLY90 brackets are aluminum and stainless steel connectors meant to connect pieces of sheet-wood or plywood, allowing you to create your furniture and other DIY projects.
Junk Skull’s vinyl tape is perfect for roommates, couples, siblings or packing boxes when you’re moving; just make sure you remember who marked what. If only pets could read.
A convenient tool which combines a sturdy bow saw, mallet, stake puller and hatchet in a single gadget. A great idea for serious campers and outdoor types.
If you’re behind the counter more often than on top of a mountain or in the jungle, this is the Swiss army knife for you. It’s 10 tools – from a bottle opener to a reamer – in one compact package.
When your luggage is lost, airline personnel can scan the Trace Me tag or enter its serial code. You’ll then be alerted via email and SMS, making it easier to retrieve your belongings.
A portable generator made of flexible thin film solar panels, a charge controller and a battery. It can produce up to 2500W of electricity and has a built-in 120V AC outlet and 12V car adapter.
Pliers with an LED in the center hub to make it easier to work in the dark or in tight spaces. The LED is rated for 10,000 hours and is sealed to protect it from water, oil and other chemicals.
In addition to its blade, the RangerGrip 90 offers tools including needlenose pliers, wire cutter, screwdrivers with real bits, wrench, a cutting reamer, awl, can opener and a metal saw and file.
A concept pouring nozzle designed to dispense either 1 teaspoon or 1 tablespoon of fluid at a time. It’s meant for oil bottles, but we think it would work great with other ingredients as well.
The BOLT locks by Strattec learn to use vehicle keys as their own. The first key you use to unlock a BOLT lock becomes its key. The locks work with Chrysler, Ford and GM vehicle keys.