You’ll never have trouble starting a campfire again with this firestarter kit from Prepared4X. It includes a 36″ length of tinder wick rope that can burn for up to 3 hours, along with a curved ferrocerium striker and metal handle with a flint edge to quickly spark things up. Available in 4″ and 6″ sizes.
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Following up on their awesome cyberpunk city and medieval house computer case mods, Martina and Hansi from Nerdforge are back with an aesthetic upgrade for the PlayStation 5. After questioning the uninspiring looks of the console, they transformed it into a dwarven kingdom with molten lava pouring down its sides.
We drove the Hyundai Palisade when it first came out and enjoyed its upscale styling, car-like handling, and plentiful technology package. For 2023, the Palisade has a spiffy new XRT model, which offers sporty black trim and everything you need for family adventures. We spent a week behind the wheel of this handsome and versatile SUV.
GazR’s Extreme Brick Machines modified a LEGO treadmill they built and turned it into an extreme obstacle course for a remote-controlled tank. The treadmill is powered by four Powered Up L motors and includes a variety of hills, rollers, ramps, speed bumps, a turntable, and a spinning gate for the tank to navigate.
For his latest experiment, rocket scientist and entertainer Mark Rober teamed up with Joe Barnard of BPS Space to launch an egg into space to see if they could catch it safely a mattress when it dropped back to earth. But the project proved far more challenging than they thought and required huge amounts of trial and error.
Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, and Don Cheadle star in this indie comedy about a modern family whose distracted and noise-filled existence is disrupted by an industrial accident. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, written for the screen and directed by Noah Baumbach. Coming to Netflix and theaters 12.30.22.
Paweł Zadrożniak’s Floppotron 3.0 computer hardware orchestra struts its stuff with its most impressive performance to date. Crank it up and enjoy all 512 floppy drives, 16 hard drives, and 4 flatbed scanners as they perform the 1985 Dire Straits hit track Walk of Life. Yeah, the electronic boy can play.
Ever needed to tighten or loosen a screw in a spot where your drill won’t fit? Dewalt’s pivot bit holder lets you access screws in tight spaces thanks to its adjustable pivot head. It can angle up to 20º or lock into a straight mode, and holds standard 1/4″ hex bits. This set includes a 12-pack of #2 Phillips and #2 square-drive bits.
Created by Jason Scott and a team of dedicated tech archivists, Discmaster provides online access to more than 91 million files from CD-ROMs and floppy disks collected by the Internet Archive. The retro-style search interface lets you directly view images and play video and audio files from the disks.
This bright flashlight outputs up to 2300 lumens with a maximum beam range of 984 feet. It can be used handheld or weapon-mounted, and is rated IPX8 waterproof. It automatically dims when it nears objects and has an intuitive side switch for dialing in settings. A tail switch quickly activates turbo or strobe modes.
(PG-13) Deepfake expert Ctrl Shift Face pulled out all the stops for this video that reimagines James Cameron’s The Terminator with Sylvester Stallone taking Schwarzenegger’s place, along with cameos from Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Kanye West, Bill Hader, George Clooney, Mark Zuckerberg, Willem Dafoe, and more.
What makes Surviveware’s first aid kit stand out is how well organized it is. Each of its inner sleeves is labeled by purpose, saving valuable seconds in an emergency. It’s made from 600D Polyester and comes packed with bandages, splinter probes, sting relief pads, a CPR kit, a blanket, and much more. They also make a large kit.
Originally priced at $149.95, these JBL wireless earbuds offer crisp music playback and active noise canceling. They automatically pair when you open their case and provide up to 21 hours of playback between their 7-hour built-in battery and another 14 hours from the charging case. Another great deal from The Awesomer Shop.
This 12″ tall robot can launch itself more than 100 feet into the air, making it the highest jumping robot. It stores up energy using a tiny motor and a fishing line to compress its springy legs before launch. Its lightweight feet efficiently transmit energy to the ground, and its dart-like shape once airborne helps it cut through the air.
Chrome’s structured bike bag is made from a durable tarp material. It attaches easily to handlebars, but can also be worn as a sling or waist bag with its stowable body strap. Inside, there’s plenty of space and mesh organizer pockets for your phone, wallet, keys, and bike tools.
Sit back and enjoy this 14-minute video from a bread factory in Korea, where ingredients are combined, then kneaded into dough and baked in industrial ovens. Then the freshly-baked loaves of white and chestnut bread glide along an assembly line, tumble out of their pans and head to the cooling racks before slicing.
Upgrade your keyboard with this custom-made space bar from Holyoops. It’s made from CNC-machined aluminum with backlight cutouts. Comes in black/orange, white/orange, and purple/green color combos. The 6.25U keycap is compatible with standard Cherry MX switches. They also make a matching Escape key.
These sweet wall-mounted displays are perfect for Hot Wheels and Matchbox car collections. They’re handmade from a recycled tire with a set of wooden slat shelves. They come in 20″, 24″, and 26″ sizes which hold 48, 64, and 75 cars respectively. We especially love the colorful light-up model.
The Marksmith retractable permanent marker now comes in DLC-coated black titanium. It features a satisfying spring-loaded bolt action mechanism and takes a genuine Sharpie permanent ink refill that writes on virtually anything. Comes in matte and satin finishes.
7-year-old Deshna Aditya Nahar has quite the ability – she is small and flexible enough to rollerskate underneath cars. In October 2022, she set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest time to limbo skate under twenty cars, performing the feat in just 13.74 seconds without brushing against the underside of a single vehicle.
We’ve always been fascinated by mechanical arcade games. Old Things Never Die shows off a vintage game where players placed bets on horses racing around in circles. It required extensive restoration work to fix its mechanism and return it to its former glory. It’s wonderful to see how fast it spins now.
This versatile 7-pocket pouch helps keep your tools, flashlights, pens, and other everyday accessories organized. It’s made from 500D Oxford, which resists dirt, tears, and wear and has reinforced stitching for long life. It measures 7.8″ x 6″ so you can fit it inside of other bags, but it also has a handle and strap for carrying sling-style.
Jared Owen has made some pretty amazing 3D illustrations to teach us how things work, but his digital model of the Titanic is the most awe-inspiring yet. This incredible video shows us virtually every detail of the ill-fated ship from the outside and in – deck-by-deck, and part-by-part.
We love the clean styling of this black and grey wristwatch from Timex. It features a sturdy, lightweight 41mm titanium case and is both shock-resistant and water-resistant to 200m. A sapphire crystal keeps scratches at bay, while a 21-jewel automatic movement ensures accurate timekeeping.
If you poke around musician Eli Gilbert’s YouTube channel, you’ll quickly realize he’s a very talented banjo player. In between the numerous bluegrass and tutorial videos, we stumbled onto Eli’s warm and enveloping performance of The Beatles’ 1968 classic Blackbird, and had to share it because it’s just that good.
The Ninja Foodi Flip Toaster is a 2-in-1 kitchen appliance that converts from a 400°F toaster oven to a super-wide-mouth toaster by flipping it on its side. It cooks snacks, meals, and bread quickly and evenly with 1500 watts of heat. Grab this deal today from The Awesomer Shop.