This otherwise standard electrical tape has one simple feature that addresses a first world problem. Two gray lines printed along the length of the tape make it easy to see where the end is. All tapes should be made like this.
A landing pad that doubles as a charger for drones and other multicopters, including the Parrot AR.Drone, DJI Phantom and Aibotix X6. It uses a battery plug-in and gold-plated contacts to charge as fast as conventional chargers.
This smartly designed LED flashlight clips neatly onto your bag or belt loop, and has built-in magnets for easy hanging from metallic surfaces. Offers 120 lumens of brightness and runs for about six hours on three AAA batteries.
Chris Gojal Krogsgaard’s Bake On are tea towels screen printed with step-by-step recipes of cakes, cookies, cupcakes, frostings or muffins. They feature both metric and imperial as well as ºC and ºF measurements.
An app that instantly solves math equations using your phone’s camera, then shows you the step by step solution. It can solve simple arithmetic and algebra equations. Available for iOS and Windows Phone; Android version drops in 2015.
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.
The perfect knife for boaters, this cork-covered stainless steel knife will float back up to the top of the water should you drop it in the lake. The cork also offers a comfy grip surface for your hand. Holds keys too, so those won’t sink either.
A pair of small magnets that are meant to cover the front-facing webcam on computers. You can easily slide the cover away when you want to use the webcam, and they’re thin enough that you can still close your laptop with them on.