The Brewzkey essentially sells itself: the key-shaped bottle opener is designed to be carried on your keychain, and is durable; it’s as thick as a nickel and made out of stainless steel.
From cost-cutting to head-cutting: pranksters reinterpret Ikea’s reputation for efficiency with SOKKOMB, an easy-to-assemble guillotine made out of solid pine with a stainless steel blade.
Art.Opera’s aluminum monocoque, 4 layers of Ferrari paint and carbon fiber trim sounds like a car; it’s actually an ultra-premium passive four-way speaker system in a pair of 4′ towers.
It may not have as many tools as modern knives, but Victorinox’s 125th Anniversary Heritage Knife is a historical treasure: it’s a replica of an 1884 Swiss Army Soldier’s Knife.
Compact and light, The Survival Stove is a 1,200°F cooker that uses no artificial fuels, works in cold weather and burns any dry fuel material available; it’ll run up to 24 hours on AA batteries.
Like the Wild West in reverse, the Fly-Goodbye Gun doesn’t shoot; it uses a vacuum to suck up flies into either a deadly glue cartridge or a more humane catch-and-release canister.
Morbidity has nothing on megalomania: the Personal Urn is a 3D reconstruction of your face that’ll hold all your ashes and remind your loved ones of your eternal awesomeness.
Just in time for football season, Bushnell’s new Spectator Binoculars sport wide-angle, multi-coated optics that reduce glare, while PermaFocus means no more adjusting for sharp images.
The Man Wall has it all: 4 flat panel TVs, a 1000W sound system, iPod docking station, beer keg, 1000W microwave, wine rack, 2 cigar humidors, and giant 7′ sports ticker. Thanks, Charley!
Behold, the armored throne: Aodh O Donnel’s Armadillo Chair resembles the leathery hide of its mammalian cousins, albeit with hand-bolted laminate chips over a fiberglass frame.
Kick trash’s ass with the Greenaid Shopping Bag; part of Lovegrove & Repucci’s War on Plastic collection, it’s a neoprene grenade that hides a massive reusable polyester bag within.
Keep your brewskies chilled but fire up those brats with the Buccaneer Cooler: it’s an all-in-one tailgating bag with insulated cooler, BBQ grill (w/lid) and 3-piece BBQ tool set.
If you’re one of those peons still working towards their first GranTurismo, look away now: Maserati’s Design Driven shows off the Ultimate Garage along with 125 drool-inducing entries.
Getting that perfect angle is a challenge for shutterbugs, but the Monsterpod is a viscoelastic polymer-based camera tripod that can hang on over 1,000 surfaces–even upside down.
Perfect for messy eaters, these retro-style placemats will let you dine in the company of turntables, cassette tapes, boom boxes and TV test patterns; each is laminated with transparent foil.
HowStuffWorks does a better job explaining how the Galileo Thermometer works than we ever will, but suffice to say, it floats, it looks cool and satisfies even the “densest” of friends.
Hurricane Custom Billiards’ Real Car Table is truth in advertising: short of a V8, this pool table is nearly a car with chrome wheels, tailpipe cue holders and a powder-coated chassis.
If you know internal combustion like the back of your hand, Drive In Wall Art is for you: mounted on sheets like childhood plastic models, each is made of replica vintage car parts.
You’d better have some luxury cigars on hand for S.T. Dupont’s Ligne 2 Champagne Lighter: the sucker costs $79k thanks to an 18-carat white gold case and 468 brilliant-cut diamonds.
Fisher’s AG-7 Space Pen is as close to the moon as you’ll get, as it contains Kapton foil used on the Apollo 11 Command module; translation: part of the pen flew around the moon.
They definitely don’t teach these moves at boot camp: Fragger is a free Flash game where your object is to lob grenades at dim-witted grunts; hint: brush up on your projectile motion.
Light, portable and designed to be hung from your keychain, Swiss+Tech’s Utili-Key XT is an 8-in-1 stainless steel multi-tool with a wire cutter, screwdrivers, knife blades, and more.
Designed for the modern caveman, Matthias Kaeding’s ceramic Neolithic Knives will turn you into very old-school chef–minus the loincloths, bad teeth and grunting, of course.
Darth Vader’s Lightsaber Flashlight is the ultimate fake-out: instead of slicing you in half it’ll light the way with four red LED bulbs, leaving you to scare Jedi with its sound effects alone.
Bang & Olufsen’s BeoTime looks like a flute, but it’s actually a hybrid alarm clock and remote control; the latter function lets it use other B&O products to serve as audio and visual alarms.
Walls and floors are usually the last things we ogle, but Lea Ceramiche’s City Tiles are ideal for urban bachelor pads; they’re ceramic tiles with anthracite, steel and bronze finishes.
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