Seen over at Kanye’s blog, the Time Tuner Clock stylishly melds retro with modern; it may look like an old radio tuner display, but actually displays 12 hours in a linear format.
Shaving behind the neck isn’t the easiest grooming activity, which is why The Swerve is mighty enticing; this ergonomic shaver features a triple-action blade and lubricating strip.
For impossible to satisfy DIYers, Black & Decker’s SmartDriver uses a retractable screw holder with magnetic tip; it also features a six-position clutch and built-in LED.
Portable and versatile, the Ci Desk is described as a “home office on wheels;” not only does it feature plenty of drawers that swivel away when not in use, but sports a laptop tray up top.
Wear and tear is a fact of life for both mountain and urban bicyclists; Topeak’s popular Alien II is a Swiss Army knife for riders, with 26 hardened steel tools in a break-apart body.
Geeks who live and breathe hexadecimal will love ThinkGeek’s Epoch Clock; despite its monolithic appearance, it’ll display the time in hex, octal, binary and unix epoch/POSIX.
Armed with little more than an X-Acto knife and mad screenprinting skills, Kenn of TwoFour’s three dimensional shadowboxes of skulls make for some awesome bachelor pad art.
Perfect for the landlubber in your life, 826 Valencia’s Missing Limbs poster is like an insurance policy for pirates: it shows doubloon payments for missing legs, arms and fingers.
The iPhone finally gets tactile feedback with this amazing iPhone coffee table by iLounge readers; made with corrugated cardboard, the icons are actually built-in coasters.
Guaranteed to get a rise out of woodworkers, Henry O Studley’s tool chest is at the Smithsonian; it’s made with mahogany, rosewood, walnut, ebony and mother of pearl.
Epicenter Designs’ Gottacha Wine Rack concept is both a brilliant conversation piece and a place to stow your sangiovese; whoever thought a game of darts could be so intoxicating?
You’ll need to tether it, but Open Air Cinema’s inflatable projection screen delivers a glorious 220″ of widescreen nirvana; add some helium and the whole neighborhood can watch.
Omaha Steaks is bucking the recession, bull rider style: for $10,000, they’ll fly out a chef and culinary staff to serve up to eight of your guests a five course meal fit for an cattle baron.
Designed by Tim Doyle, these three color posters of OCP baddies and the meme-inspired Robocop on a Unicorn bring back fond memories. Now, if only he’d do a 6000 SUX print…
Forget Russian Roulette: Rehhab’s Fully Loaded Chair is made with 388 spent 12-gauge shotgun shells on a welded steel frame; buyers can choose from one of six shell types.
DNA11’s custom portraits have always been just a bit too expensive for us, but their new DNA Mini Portraits is a step in the right direction: this framed 8.5×11 version starts at just $169.
Made with two identical pieces and a handful of hardware, Jeffrey Wollenzien’s Karma Chair has efficiencies that would make Ikea green with envy; we’re digging the circuit-like cutouts.
It’s not quite as radical as the Quickie Bed, but the Slim Desk makes sense: it features three sliding panels that not only hide extra storage but increase the size of your work area.
Even machine guns have identity crises: Stuart Fingerhut’s Gun Rack Organizer is an AK-47 with birds and a girl on a swing, all of which are useful places to stow your keys and mail.
If your GT-R is lonely in that big ol’ acid-stained garage, check out this limited edition Snap-on toolbox; it’s covered with a Nissan GT-R graphic and includes a keyfob-shaped key.
Say goodbye to clutter with GenevaSound’s Home Theater, which is essentially a massive iPod dock with FM radio and CD player; it packs 7 speakers, a 700 watt amp and a 12″ sub.
Can’t stand the thought of your Lambo parked in the garage while you slave away in your office? RaceChairs sells actual chairs from supercars for your lowly cubicle corner office.
Oregon Scientific’s gadgets are pricey, but you can’t dog real functionality and good design: their sleek Atomic Clock is accurate to the millisecond and also displays the weather.
If you can tolerate the trippy soundtrack, the video above is a fascinating look into the world of a graphic artist; watch as Chad Pugh works on his Science Machine print, for sale here.
Shaky cam footage has been up all weekend, but here’s the official Star Trek trailer in HD; love it or hate it, we have a feeling it’s going to kick some major Romulan butt come May 2009.
There are man caves, and then there are MAN CAVES: these garage theaters are the ultimate in cinematic gluttony, from a rotating floor to a view of the Jedi Temple. Update: more here!
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