Nitecore’s crazy expensive compact flashlight outputs from 400 to 2000 lumens from six CREE XHP35 HD LEDs. But it’s got a blinding 10,000 lumen burst mode if you want to amp things up to 11. Sadly, it only runs for 7 sec. in max mode before exhausting its battery.
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Being the land of vending machines, it’s no surprise that Japan loves frozen meals and snacks as well. Life Where I’m From shows us some of the frozen noodles, soups, vegetables, fried rice, pasta, and traditional dishes that you can buy in a Japanese grocery store.
British design duo Glithero’s unique desk lamp has a playful method for switching it on. It’s activated only when you knock over a series of copper dominoes which complete the circuit when toppled. Of course, you have to set them all up again each time you turn off the lamp.
Rekonect’s refillable notebook makes it easy to reorganize your notes or take them with you. Its binding is made with rare earth magnets, while each page is edged with unique iron ink, so you can take it off the notebook and slot it to another position, or use on its own.
Modustrial Maker teamed up with Chris Salomone (of LEGO river table fame) to create an impossibly thin modern bench from glass fiber reinforced concrete. It looks like it was a ton of work, and you’ll have to watch the video to see if the finished bench holds weight.
Expand Furniture’s Alzare is a coffee table that can easily be transformed into a dining table. It uses a hydraulic lift mechanism and wheels on its legs to adjust the table’s height and footprint. If you need more space, its surface can be unfolded to twice its size.
Instead of the separate heads of its wooden brethren, these tomahawks have carbon steel all the way through their handles, and glass-filled nylon grips. The Chogan has three cutting edges and a hammer back, while the Kangee is sharp on every edge and has a spiked back.
Like zippered bags, Zip Tops don’t need lids and are perfect for storing leftovers. Unlike zippered bags, Zip Tops are great for storing liquids. Made from silicone, they’re reusable, and can be put in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer, or even the oven up to 425ºF.
While the weight of a suitcase made from wood makes it a bit impractical, we still love the look of this beautiful piece of luggage that Ollari’s created from bent pieces of 8mm thick plywood. It always amazes us the kind of things you can do with just wood, glue, and some skill.
This military-spec flashlight offers a rugged nylon case, and is sealed for waterproof operation. Its head’s angle can be rotated 185º, and packs four light sources: IR, white, red, and blue LEDs. Its clip attaches to a belt loop or MOLLE, and can be mounted on either side.
This versatile steel tool packs 20 functions, including hex and Torx keys, screwdrivers, and a few tools specifically for bicycling, including a spoke wrench, valve core remover, and two chain breakers. The secondary tool attaches magnetically so you won’t lose it.
Bike helmets are a necessity for keeping our noggins safe. But they’re not exactly stylish. Park & Diamond aims to change that with their baseball cap-inspired headgear. Not only does it look better, it rolls up to the size of a water bottle for packing without sacrificing safety.
Humiliate the Empire and rub their defeat in their faces by putting this robot vacuum to work. It’s got all the great features of a premium robot vacuum, like convenient scheduling options and floor mapping. Normally $699, grab one for 46% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Fenik’s Yuma is a cooler meant to store food and dairy products. You fill up its bladder with water, and it will absorb heat from the inside and direct it to the water, which gets turned into vapor. It can keep its contents 10ºF to 35ºF cooler than the ambient temperature.
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