The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
Created by Platform21, the Breakfast Machine Project is a Rube Goldbergian series of contraptions that turn mornings into an automatic affair: it makes omelets, coffee, and toast w/jam.
There won’t be anyone running out to clean your windows or check your oil, but the Garage Bell works for us: it rings like a good old full service station when you roll into your garage.
Forget green thumbs, how about porcelain pants: Matteo Cibic’s Domsai Terrariums are cheeky, low-maintenance 10″ planters that only require sunlight and occasional watering.
AZNOM’s Black Widow Table is poetry in motion: inspired by race cars, with sharp, angled lines, it features a central carbon beam and legs milled from a single piece of aluminum.
Combining racing and drinking seems like a bad idea, but LugeCubes are molded ice cube trays that let you create the ultimate liquor run–just don’t get your tongue stuck in anticipation.
Good by plane, train, car, or boat, Aerotech’s Evolution Bike Case is an all-in-one carrier made out of shock-resistant ABS plastic; it’ll hold your entire bicycle (up to a 64 cm frame).
Use it with your iPhone Stencil Kit: Notepod seems pricey at $18 for 300 sheets, but the iPhone form factor and the thick 80gsm laser stock ensure this’ll be a noteworthy investment.
Liked by Military Times for its durability and simplicity, Surefire’s Minimus Headlamp is ideal for night biking, lasts up to 2 hours at 100 lumens and can be angled upward for overhead work.
Messy, functional and totally awesome, the Shoelace Rug ain’t your momma’s decor as it shifts and evolves beneath your feet; available now in black/white or custom order your own.
Frontgate’s 42″ tall iPod Tower Speaker towers over puny docks; it features two 1″ tweeters, two 3″ midrange speakers and a 6.5″ subwoofer and is topped with an LCD touch screen.
An upgraded version of the framelock folding knives used by the Marines, Warren Thomas’ Strider SMF sports hi-tech materials including carbon fiber and satin-finished titanium.
Armed with seven different screwdrivers and an indestructible LED light, the Sputnik looks more like a sci-fi superweapon than a multitool; it actually measures just 5″ long when folded.
Created “with conviction” by Tampa, FL inmates, Jailhouse Fire’s Hot Sauce supports inmate programs while delivering a fiery kick; choose from Original, Smoke and No Escape flavors.
Wayne Eyre’s Submarine room is a crush depth-worthy man cave: it sports a working periscope, plutonium torpedoes, an island bar, and of course, a big screen TV with surround sound.
Created after losing his cooker on the way to a BBQ contest, Steve’s Barrel Smokers are actually firebrick-lined 55-gallon drums; each comes with a smoker plate and water pan.
Used by Vijay Singh to fine tune his tempo, rhythm and timing, Sonic Golf’s System-1 actually lets you hear these variables by converting swing data into a real-time audio soundscape.
Vintage bottles of Aramis are hard to find, but thankfully the Gentlemen’s Collection pulls together three decades of their best colognes; it includes 900, Devin, Havana and J-H-L.
Don’t worry about stacking your blocks too high: this Icetris Ice Tray not only takes Tetris and ice cubes to the next level, but guarantees that your problems will melt away.
Introducing the uber-flashlight: the Tactical 5.11’s batteryless Light for Life takes only 90s to charge, is impact resistant, works from -40° C to 65° C, and has a peak output of 270 lumens.
Created for Esquire’s Ultimate Bachelor Pad, the CueLight Pool Table turns a billiards game into a Michael Bay movie: projected flames, water and other effects follow your every move.
For $1,295 we’d scrounge our own materials, but we still dig this Flatiron Desk: it features a handcrafted top made from antique doors and a welded and riveted solid steel frame.
Crate and Barrel’s Raised Number Wall Clock doesn’t tell time, it blasts it out: bold, 3D extruded numbers, aluminum hands and a black-on-black colorway make this ideal for modern pads.
They look ready to explode out of an unsuspecting victim’s chest, but these Alien LED Jumper Cables are purely benign; a high-intensity LED lights up when you squeeze the clamps.
We’ve featured foosball tables before, but you can put your feet up on this one: the Foosball Coffee Table not only entertains but looks good with solid wood and stainless steel.
Dunhill’s Fighter Provenance Fountain Pen doesn’t just spit ink but fire: it’s made from the engine casing of a Spitfire fighter and features a propeller-shaped pen clip and plexiglass cap.
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