Fans of America’s greatest pastime can pitch their cash inside Pro Style Sports’ Baseball Glove Wallet, a top-grain leather billfold made from the same stuff used for pro mitts and balls. Hand-sewn with 108 red stitches, it has a leather interior with eight card pockets and a money slot. Comes in white, brown and black.
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There are a number of legitimate robot lawnmowers on the market today, but none are as quite as exciting as the one that I Did a Thing built for himself. Instead of navigating on its own, this robot features an FPV remote control setup, and it looks terrifying. We cringed every time we saw him walking near it without shoes on.
Reebok is set to release an awesome set of Instapump Fury sneakers featuring colors and textures inspired by Jurassic Park. Their green-yellow-red color scheme looks like the park’s iconic Ford Explorer, while its sole has a dino claw mark tearing through the rubber. Check the Reebok site and Finish Line on 6.1.2021 to snag a pair.
A few years back, John Lagomarsino of The Verge recorded the sounds of various keyboards and edited them together to create a catchy and rhythmic track. The dozen keyboards used include a vintage IBM PC mechanical keyboard, a classic Olympia manual typewriter, and an Apple eMate portable computer.
Regal Robot makes a series of fun cafe tables that take advantage of their shape to display iconic circular images from Star Wars. The Holochess, Death Star II, Imperial logo, and Death Star Countdown versions are our faves. Available in cafe or pub heights (30″ or 42″), or as a standalone tabletop without the base.
VFX artist Ian Hubert put together this short but impressive animation which drops us into a sci-fi race filled with insane rocket bikes. He created the clip using Blender and After Effects, and data from a Rokoko mocap suit for the pilots’ movements. This is so much better than the pod racing sequence in The Phantom Menace.
Add a bit of cyberpunk style to any desktop with these LED lamps from AshelArt. The 15″ tall lamps are made from a stack of acrylic tiles which diffuse color through their edges and can display a variety of colorful lighting and rainbow effects. It’s sound-sensitive too, so it can change colors to the beat of your music.
Hobby tool maker Dremel’s soldering iron is powered by butane, so it can be used in places where electricity isn’t available. It also features interchangeable tips so you can use it for cutting, shrinking, wood-burning, cleaning, and other tasks that require heat all in one portable tool.
Bring your shower into the 21st century with this slick gadget that combines a touchscreen Android tablet, Bluetooth speakers, lighting, a fogless mirror, and UV-C sanitization lights. Its base unit holds securely with double-sided adhesive pads, while you can easily remove its water-resistant display for recharging.
Kids who grew up in the 1980s and before could almost certainly count on their toys to offer some risk of injury. But thanks to the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the fear of lawsuits, they’re far tamer these days. The Backyard Scientist teamed up with William Osman and Peter Sripol to Make Toys Dangerous Again.
We’re not brave enough to spend even a minute walking along the beams of an unfinished high-rise building, but there are thousands of construction workers who do it every day. Goatmanthefourth shared this first-person footage of what it’s like for ironworkers during the construction of the Deloitte Tower in Vancouver, BC.
Get your campfire started quickly and reliably every time with this unique tool from The Atomic Bear. The anodized aluminum wand holds a length of paraffin-infused rope, which stays lighted while you hold it in the fire – and without burning your fingers. Includes three 13″ lengths of wax rope.
The guys from the Beyond the Press channel teamed up with the fabrication experts at Speweld to create a cube out of 2″ thick steel, then took it to a safe place to see what would happen if they set off a homemade grenade inside of it. We’re incredibly impressed by construction of the steel box.
The new Ford Bronco is one of the most desired off-road vehicles in decades. Now you could win a Bronco Wildtrak, complete with the Sasquatch package. One lucky entrant will win this fully-loaded Cyber Orange Bronco while supporting the Museum of Boulder with their donation. Awesomer readers get 25% bonus entries.
Inspired by science instructor Bruce Yeany, YouTuber NightHawkInLight wanted to see if he could cook a hot dog while it floated in the air. NightHawk improved on Yeany’s compressed air levitation, using a nichrome and copper coil to heat his wiener instead of a blowtorch.
Professional makeup artist Nura Adraos has filled her TikTok channel with amazing recreations of characters using her own face as her canvas. One of the most impressive shows up in this clip, in which she turns herself into Yoda. It’s awesome, but we’re not sure we’ll ever get used to Yoda’s Spanish dubbed voice.
Arctic Zone’s soft-sided cooler is ready for all your outdoor activities. Its main section holds up to 50 cans, and its front compartment is great for sandwiches (or up to 10 more cans). Both sections are wrapped in high-performance insulation. It rolls on rugged all-terrain wheels and is collapsible for storage.
If you watch The Muppet Show, one thing you can always count on is an appearance by those grumpy old hecklers Statler and Waldorf. Well, in this sketch from SNL, Kenan Thompson and Keegan-Michael Key play a couple of security guards who have had quite enough of their disruptive behavior and look to put an end to it.
The guys from That Works show off the build process for another awesome weapon replica. Matt and Ilya turn their attention to the ornate Dagger of Death’s Flowers from Resident Evil Village. Carving that handle from a solid block of aluminum looked like a ton of work.
This palm-sized quadcopter has a built-in 4k camera and the ability to send real-time images to your phone via wi-fi. It offers a 6-axis gyroscope and altitude-hold mode for stable flight and automatically returns to where it started with one click. Save 46% in The Awesomer Shop.
This official LEGO kit (#76191) is a 590-piece model of the devastating Infinity Gauntlet from The Avengers saga. The 12.5″ tall gauntlet features lots of shiny gold bricks, colorful translucent Infinity Stones, and even has articulated fingers. Coming soon to LEGO.com and Walmart.com.
Climbing rocks and boulders typically requires the use of all of your available limbs. But rock climber Johnny Dawes has such impeccable balance (and sticky shoes) that he can climb boulders and even a sheer rock face without using his hands at all. He looks quite dapper doing it in that tweed jacket.
Every musician should carry their lunch around in one of these Fender Amp lunchboxes. It features an officially-licensed design based on the classic Fender ’65 Deluxe Reverb combo amp. The tin case features embossed dials on front, and the back is printed with a 1/4″ jack and Fender label.