Klein Tools’ 56029 Clamping Worklight is a versatile lighting solution. You can use it as a normal flashlight, but when you need both your hands you can set it on the ground or use its built-in clamp. Its head pivots 90º and rotates 360º. It’s also dust- and water-resistant.
“There are more phages on Earth than every other organism combined.” Kurzgesagt takes a few minutes to educate us on the finer points of the bacteriophage, a type of virus which is constantly killing off billions of microscopic organisms all around and inside of us.
Like the rest of Revoltech’s Amazing Yamaguchi line, this Batman action figure features exaggeratedly sculpted parts, particularly its cape, which has joints and six extra parts. It also comes with an alternate face, an extra pair of hands, a Batarang and two grapnel guns.
“I don’t waste ink, brother, I think. I drop megaton bombs more faster than you blink. ‘Cause rhyme thoughts travel at a tremendous speed.” Watch the Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA perform three tracks from his classic album Liquid Swords alongside brass band The Soul Rebels.
Massdrop teamed up with knifemaker Brad Zinker to create a production run of one of his impressive custom knives. We love the perforated titanium handle, which reduces weight, and its 3.3″ stainless wharncliffe blade is sure to get light duty tasks done with ease.
We’ve heard him perform as characters from Game of Thrones and Family Guy before, now sit back and enjoy comedian and impressionist Scheiffer Bates‘ spot on vocalizations of Thor, Professor X, Magneto, Rocket Raccoon, and more. His Tony Stark, on the other hand… nope.
Show your love for retro video games with this sweet dark red messenger bag, embellished with the Japanese version of gaming great Atari’s iconic logo. We suggest using it to carry a LYNX portable, a selection of game cartridges, and some old Antic magazines.
Bladesmith Jake’s Custom Knives takes an old pipe wrench and works his magic, transforming the rusty plumber’s tool into a beautiful and unique new knife, perfect for throwing at a bullseye. While this one isn’t for sale can buy other knives over at Jake’s Etsy shop.
We love the look of these unique cast metal desk accessories, each of which is inspired by natural terrain. They’re perfect for bringing order to glasses, keys, coins, phones, jewelry, pencils, paper clips, and more. Choose from raw metal or white finishes.
Paperwallet’s Micro Wallet will fit in even the slimmest of pockets, because it’s nearly as thin as a credit card. But don’t worry about breaking it because it’s made of Tyvek, making it strong, durable and water-resistant. It fits up to 8 cards and it also has a cash compartment.
LEGO fan Matt Denton managed to 3D print another jumbo-sized version of a classic LEGO Technic kit – their 1979 bulldozer model. Just like the original, this supersized version was assembled from nearly 400 parts. Unlike the original, this one took 600 hours to print.
If you’ve ever tried to tighten or loosen a screw in tight space, you know how useless regular screwdrivers can be. This set of low-profile offset drivers has flattened handles which make tricky screw placement far less frustrating. Sold in a set of 6, along with a carabiner clip.
“What each one of these buttons does, I have no idea…” Greg Dietrich, Jake Polatty, and a group of other Star Wars fans have spent over six years painstakingly designing and building a picture-perfect replica of the cockpit of the ship that did the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs.
Effortlessly go from casual to dressy with Uniform Experiment’s Reversible MA-1 Blouson. The MA-1 side is made of nylon and has snap side pockets, sleeve pocket and ribbed cuffs. The suit side is made of polyester and has three buttons, patch pockets and a chest pocket.
“All day long, wearing a mask of false bravado…” The eclectic Sydney, Australia band Ocean Alley dusts off a 1970s classic – Player’s 1977 hit Baby Come Back, making us feel all warm and fuzzy inside thanks in no small part to Baden Donegal’s soulful lead vocals.
While we prefer our ice cream to be made from something other than powdered milk, it’s still satisfying to watch the production process involved in making these tasty vanilla and chocolate ice cream novelties. Stick around for some coney goodness from How It’s Made.