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Awesome Gifts: 2011

Awesome Gifts: 2011

Before you start procrastinating about your holiday shopping, check out dozens of our favorite finds, hand-picked by the editors of The Awesomer, and ripe for the gifting.

Original Moonshine Liquor

Original Moonshine Liquor

Stillhouse’s Original Moonshine 80 proof corn whiskey is charcoal-filtered and distilled 4 times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still, the same process they used in the good old days. Tastes great, too.

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Shark Attack! Mug

Shark Attack! Mug
$10  Buy Comment

You’re sipping on your morning cup of Maxwell House… as you ease into the day, you near the bottom of your cup… about ready for a refill… when TINY SHARK! SWIM! PADDLE FASTER! RUN!

Wacom Inkling Pen System

Wacom Inkling Pen System
$199  Buy Comment

With this special pen and receiver clipped onto your sketch pad, you can capture every detail (with 1024 levels of sensitivity), then upload them as either raster or vector images to your PC or Mac.

Karlsson Twin Bell Alarm Clock

Karlsson Twin Bell Alarm Clock
$25  Buy Comment

A simple yet stylish timepiece from renowned Dutch clock brand Karlsson Clocks.  The Twin Bell Nude Station combines a modern look with the classic sound of the traditional alarm clock bell.

Camper Van LEGO

Camper Van LEGO
$165  Buy Comment

The iconic Volkswagen T1 Camper Van gets immortalized in LEGO form. This official 1,332 piece kit has working doors, windows, and a detailed interior and engine. Out this October for ~$100.

Automatic Mini Donut Factory

Automatic Mini Donut Factory
$169  Buy Comment

This will surely be your favorite kitchen appliance. It mixes, shapes and cooks batches of 30 donuts, with the first one out in 90 seconds. Watch and drool as the donuts go from the slide to the bin.

Autum Epitaph Cruiser

Autum Epitaph Cruiser
$2950  Buy Comment

The beefy yet elegant Epitaph bike features a custom crafted wheel set that allows for 4 low profile tires and a handmade leather seat, grips and frame inserts. Limited run of 12 pieces.

Zumreed Hybrid Headphones

Zumreed Hybrid Headphones
$160  Buy Comment

If you’re wondering why the outside of these headphones look like speakers, that’s because they are speakers. Just flip a switch to go from solo mode to sharing your tunes with the room.

Ctrl+O Bottle Opener

Ctrl+O Bottle Opener
$18  Buy Comment

You don’t need to be a geek to know how to pop open a cold one with Art Lebedev’s Ctrl+O bottle opener, although Windows users would appreciate the reference more than Mac fans.

Dropp Bowl

Dropp Bowl
$70  Buy Comment

Add a splash of color to your kitchen while keeping it tidy with Niels Romer’s silicone Dropp bowl – its unconventional shape was inspired by a single splash of paint, frozen in time. Offered in 6 colors.

Make Your Own Muppet

Make Your Own Muppet
$130  Buy Comment

While you won’t be able to buy Kermit or Ms. Piggy from the Muppet Whatnot Workshop, you can design your own Whatnot, one of the countless extras in Henson’s puppet-filled universe.

Renew X Can

Renew X Can
$28  Buy Comment

It’s shaped like a tin can, but is actually made of a plastic-like material called PLA. It’s microwavable, durable and 100% biodegradable. It can even be crushed, just like real tin cans.

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