Converting a coffee table into an homage to Pac-Man was a no brainer for Syd Bolton–the dude has over 5,000 games in his collection and curates the Personal Computer Musem.
A great gift for dear ol’ dad this Father’s Day, this Battery Organizer doesn’t look spiffy but is perfect for corralling up to 66 batteries from button cells to 9V; it also includes a built-in tester.
We prefer our home theater setups to be more subtle, but we can’t fault Akai’s AISS010 Theatre System for lack of features: it includes an iPod dock, 1080p DVD player and built-in speakers.
Being a quick-draw ensured your survival in the Wild West, but these Leather Beer Holsters just ensure a quick trip under the table; they’re custom made to fit your waist/beer belly.
The Zilla-Work Tool is hefty yet ergonomic and light thanks to a drilled body; it includes needle nose pliers, a 3″ serrated knife, wire cutter/stripper, screwdriver bits and a bottle opener.
Whether you support the Earth Federation or the Principality of Zeon, Zippo’s got you covered; they’re releasing two special edition lighters in celebration of Gundam’s 30th anniversary.
Even if you’re not a green thumb, Tim Witteveen’s Botanical Vasulum is a sight to behold; it’s a steampunk-style terrarium with solar-powered LED bulb and magnifying glass. Thanks, Luis!
More affordable than Embody, Herman Miller’s Setu is a multipurpose chair; its flexible kinematic spine and elastomeric fabric mesh are designed to eliminate the need to adjust your seat.
Spend too many hours sitting in front of a computer (like we do)? Steelcase’s Sit-to-Walkstation is a hybrid treadmill and adjustable height desk with digital console to monitor calories.
Made from recycled materials and powered by Li-Phosphate batteries, Husqvarna’s Panthera Leo concept is smart and green: an LCD shows speed, cutting height and battery life.
The Beanzawave brings us one buttprint closer to never leaving our cubicles again: it’s a USB-powered microwave that uses finely tuned cellphone radio frequencies to cook food.
Bluelounge already organizes desktops, so it’s about time they released StudioDesk: a sliding top lets this minimalist table gobble up cables, resulting in a single protruding power cord.
If you’re a heavy sleeper, the Neverlate Executive Alarm Clock will rattle you out of bed with its array of 21 daily alarms; it also includes 20 radio presets and MP3 player input via USB.
That’s no moon, it’s a BBQ grill: Bryan A. Tate’s Death Star Grill is actually two Webers shaped into a fearsome grilling battlestation; Mandolorian-marinated Ewok steaks, anyone?
Adorned with our favorite bumbling, balding, boozehound, this stainless steel Homer Hip Flask set also includes four shot cups; it’s perfect for Father’s Day if dad loves The Simpsons.
An affordable alternative to Kalorik’s Wi-fi Wine Cooler, this Wine Bottle Thermometer straps onto your favorite 750ml bottle and will display its temperature from 41 to 85 degrees F.
These Giant Condom Pillows make clear your bedroom intent; they’re 18″x17″ silk screen printed cases with a pocket for real condoms; they also include an oversized fabric condom.
Show your neighbors who’s king of the sod with the Mow-Aerator; the 1.5″ spikes attach to your riding mower’s tires, letting you mow and aerate your lawn at the same time.
The gadget management gurus at Bluelounge have released CableDrop; it’s a clip with an adhesive backing that keeps cords from in place and lets you channel them as you wish.
Men have largely moved on from saving damsels in distress to cooking juicy ribeye steaks, but this Swashbuckling BBQ Sword lets them do both; it’s a 19″ long skewer with double-tongs.
This ain’t your garden-variety tool: Leatherman’s Vista Hunting Pruner carves up terrain, not tulips, with a serrated knife, saw, wire-cutters, screwdrivers, and awl–all in a fold-up design.
Yes, the equations match up with the numbers on a regular clock, but it’ll take you some “time” to truly figure out this Geek Clock; it uses everything from hex code to math jokes.
Arguably the most powerful seat in the world, Gunlocke’s Washington Chair has been used by eight US presidents in the Oval Office; royal rumps include FDR, JFK and Nixon.
Part novelty, part functional tool, this German-made, key-shaped pocket knife blends into your keychain; for a pen knife, it’s relatively sharp and is barely larger than an ordinary key.
We’re not sure if Eduardo McIntosh’s Autonomous Living Unit is designed for relaxing or eating us alive, but it sure looks cool; it squeezes all the functions of a home into a single chair.
V9 of ThinkGeek’s vaunted Mega Caffeine Candy Sampler is a grab bag of pick-me-ups, with names that sound like sound effects: Foosh Mints, Jolt Gum, and Chargers Espresso Beans.
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