These waterproof LED lights add a wash of color indoors or out. The brightest model punches out 60 watts of illumination and comes with a 44-key remote to change colors and brightness, as well as fade and strobe modes. Available in a 40-watt 4-pack and a 60-watt 6-pack.
This tiny knife from Lonfell is the perfect companion to any gear bag or backpack with MOLLE webbing. It’s designed to clip on easily to MOLLE straps and releases quickly with a press on its plastic holster. It can also be hung from a lanyard and comes in black, green, or orange.
When YouTuber Aboringday isn’t overpowering toys with too much electricity, he’s doing other stupid things, like turning everyday objects into yo-yos. He starts out with plastic fan blades and wall clocks, then ramps up the danger by using circular saw blades. Other highlights include an ice yo-yo and one made from ping pong paddles.
Rumpl teamed up with Houdini to create its most technically advanced blanket. It offers protection from the elements with a dual-layer waterproof shell and Houdini C9 Ripstop fabric. A double-snap clip lets you wear it as a cape on chilly days, and it comes with a waterproof stuff sack to carry it in. Plus, it’s made from 100% recycled/recyclable materials.
We’ve always enjoyed musician Jared Halley and his multi-track a cappella performances. To celebrate Halloween 2023, Jared performed a fun cover of Bobby Pickett’s spooky classic Monster Mash, with backing vocals and dance moves performed by his 10-year-old son, Noah.
Over two decades after Honda sold its last Prelude, the automaker turned up at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 with a new Prelude Concept that looks close to production-ready. Honda left us hanging in terms of specs, only mentioning that it’s an electric sports car and it will launch sometime this decade.
El Estepario Siberiano, aka “The Groovefather,” is a skilled percussionist. In this video, he shows off his talents with a cover of the AC/DC track Thunderstruck on a tubulum – that PVC pipe instrument made famous by Blue Man Group. He looped multiple sequences to create the track, but it’s still impressive for an instrument he’s just learning to play.
This portable fire pit from Titan Great Outdoors is great for warming up in your backyard or at your campsite. It’s made from corrosion-resistant 304 stainless steel and features an efficient airflow design that minimizes smoke. The fire pit weighs just 21 pounds and comes with a lid. to help extinguish fires and keep debris out when not in use.
If retailers can put their Christmas decorations out before Halloween, we can, too. In this silly holiday edit from Auralnauts, Vader pitches the idea of a Life Day (er, Christmas) parade to Palpatine. Set against the snowy backdrop of Hoth, Santa guides his AT-AT reindeer to deliver a load of gifts to the good little Rebels.
When you apply a curve to a mirror, it distorts the image it reflects. In these two videos, Dr. Boyd F. Edwards shows some of the strange visual effects that happen when an object is placed in front of a large concave mirror. Objects can appear upright, inverted, magnified, or minified depending on their distance relative to the mirror’s focal point.
Brighten up your day with this brilliantly green pocket gear collected by our friends at Everyday Carry. Their loudest loadout yet includes a Moleskine notebook, a Flowfold zipper pouch, a Kershaw pocket knife, and an Invicta diver’s watch, all in shades of acid and lime green that’ll wake up your rods and cones.
Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail directed Leave the World Behind, a thriller with a typical setup but an atypical outcome. When a family leaves the city for a peaceful getaway, the homeowners return to reveal that strange things are happening all around the country. Based on the 2020 novel by Rumaan Alam, the movie hits Netflix 12.8.23.
Frolk’s whiskey glass set comes with two 11 oz. crystal glasses and a matching 30 oz. decanter, both with a unique twisted base design. They come packed in a pinewood box, along with two XL spherical whiskey chillers, a freezer pouch, tongs, and two slate coasters. Makes a great gift for whiskey lovers.
With greedflation on the rise and personal incomes not keeping up, it’s not easy to make a decent living these days. Animator Ben Meinhardt’s short film Living the Dream offers a darkly comedic look at modern life for a guy who graduates from school and leaves his parents’ house only to face a harsh reality in the big city.
Classic.FM recently turned us on to a 97-key piano that has just a single octave. Now, they are showing off another unusual instrument – a piano that only has white keys. Micronet’s Sinhakken piano still has 88 keys, but it looks far more difficult to play without black keys for reference.
The Backyard Scientist adds to his arsenal of giant-sized traps with the biggest bear trap we’ve ever seen. After investigating how spring-loaded animal traps work, he took what he learned to supersize the killer contraption. Powered by four coil springs from a Jeep, its ability to cut things in half is terrifying.
Rite in the Rain makes notebook paper that won’t fall apart if it gets wet. Their weatherproof Cordura cover provides added protection for their 7-ring field binders and pockets for pens and other small accessories. It comes in multicam, black, and desert tan fabrics.
What’s the laziest way to grill hot dogs? If you’re Pablo Rochat, you send them there on a Hot Wheels track on a tiny wienermobile. Like any good overengineered solution, he could have grilled 100 hot dogs in the time it took him to set up the track. Turns out this isn’t the first time Pablo played with his wieners.
Playforever makes some of the coolest toy cars you can buy. Their latest creation is the Luft, a wonderful little drop-top inspired by a 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Targa. The 6.9″ long 2-seater features the iconic Targa band and a right-hand driver wearing a shiny helmet. It’s made from ABS plastic and suitable for ages 1+.
There I Ruined It imagines how people celebrate Halloween in Kentucky by turning Michael Jackson’s megahit Thriller into a bluegrass song. We like to imagine the zombies dancing down the street in overalls and nibbling on straw. Also, it turns out this isn’t the first bluegrass version of the song.
This palm-size printer makes quick work of labeling cables, circuit breakers, parts drawers, and more. It uses thermal printing, so it never needs ink and can print text, QR codes, and bar codes on dozens of different label styles, including transparent ones. Its labels are waterproof and peel off without leaving a mess.
The guys from Corridor Crew are usually wowing us with their visual effects work. But in this video, they took a break from creating art with computers and broke out real canvases to take a painting lesson from Bob Ross. But instead of acrylics or oils, they painted their happy little scenes with sauces and condiments. We can only imagine how the studio smelled after this.