Consider it a two-fer for your number two’s: Direnc Demirbas’s Read&Roll combines two bathroom essentials into one by melding a toilet paper dispenser with a magazine rack.
Highly portable, Kingsford’s O-Grill weighs just 24 lbs; it features a 225 sq. inch surface (good for 8-10 burgers), 9450 BTU burner, piezo-electric ignition, retractable legs and carrying handle.
The Element Grill brings modern style to the backyard; it comes in stainless steel or powder coated versions, all of which feature a dual-zone cooking system in a small form factor.
We men have two sacred places: the toilet and the recliner; Gianni Pedone’s Morfojet Chair honors the latter with a crazy jet turbine shape, built-in CD player and multiple speakers.
There are recliners, and then there’s Varier’s sleek Gravity Reclining Chair; choose from one of four positions, the last of which radically tilts the leg rests back and upwards.
Amsterdam’s MiNiBAR‘ is a self-serve, bartender-less concept; guests are provided a key to one of 45 pre-stocked fridges, essentially giving you your own private bar with no wait times.
Designed by a former US Marine, the Manticuda was created with versatility in mind; it features a multi-faceted, double-edged blade, multi-hold handle and heavy-duty Kydex sheath.
Two classic labels come together with these Carhartt x Zippo Storm Lighters; they’re available in black, white or or brown and finished with powder coated lacquer and a Carhartt logo.
Short of working plasma conduits, this 6×10 Star Trek full wall mural is about as close as most of us will ever get to the Enterprise bridge; warp core and captain’s chair not included.
Few things are as important as teaching your little geek about the neverending, epic struggle between pirates vs. ninjas; this mobile by SaltyandSweet consists of laser-cut figures.
It’s been in Supermandolini’s store for some time, but these Golden Track coasters are a must for any racing fans; the set of six 9x9cm coasters assembles into a toy racetrack.
Ulysse Nardin’s Planet Earth desk clock is for geocentric folks who need a sense of place as well as time; it shows the position of the Sun, Moon and fixed stars in relation to Earth.
Natuzzi’s Sound Armchair not only looks like primo bachelor pad decor but “sounds” like it too, with a pair of hidden speakers and minijack audio input; choose from over 150 colors.
Making power out of the lowly household faucet, Jinwoo Han’s Mini Hydro Turbine converts water pressure into electricity that can be used to run or charge other gadgets.
The iPod dock at the top The Tower seems almost like an afterthought; it’s actually a high-end watch winder for Perrelet’s Maestro Edition watches, which feature musical repeaters.
Giorgio Caporaso’s aptly-name “More” furniture system is perfect for tight spaces; it features a set of rings that slide together, allowing them to serve as shelves, tables and even chairs.
Tired of getting pwned by noobs? The Xtensor Hand Exerciser is designed to improve reaction times by rebalancing strength and flexibility; it can also treat tennis elbow and arthritis.
A great place for your Kama Sutra collection, this Sex Bookshelf puts to bed the idea that you can’t be literate and lascivious at the same time; it’s designed by Arun Kumar Francis.
The Engine Coffee Table is furniture for manly men: it’s wrapped in tattooed leather, inlaid with alligator and stingray skin and topped with a freaking carburetor and brass knuckles.
The last thing we need is a physical impression of our weight, but Jim Ruck’s Bathroom Scale has some prankish value: we advise leaving a buttprint for the next person to use it.
With 11 tabletops, triple monitor and 7.1 speaker support, the V1 Flagship is more like a cockpit than a desk; got the urge to splurge? Upgrade to solid oak surface and Porsche chairs.
Bringing Wi-Fi to wine, Kalorik’s dual bottle Wine Cooler uses two wireless temperature probes inserted into uncorked bottles to alert you when it’s time to rechill your bubbly or red.
Essentially an ice cream maker on steroids, the NitroCream N2-G4 is hand-built and capable of making gelato, frozen yogurt and sorbet (in addition to ice cream); it uses liquid nitrogen.
Philips’ Master LED bulb is next generation lighting in a traditional form factor; it provides 40W light with only 7W and also lasts 45,000 hours–45x longer than incandescents.
You’ll only be able to pull off this Hockey Arena Chandelier at a bachelor pad, so live it up, single dudes. Ice not your thing? Check out these Hoops and Skateboard pendants.
Known for his quirky steampunk art, we’re devouring all the details in Scott Campbell’s Home Slice exhibition; it’s composed of funky cutaways of rockets, whales and other objects.
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