Keep yourself safe and keep tabs on your drinking this compact breathalyzer. The DrinkMate fits neatly in your pocket, then plugs into your iOS or Android smartphone, letting you quickly and easily check your blood alcohol level. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Department Chicago’s beautiful mid-century-style stereo console. It has a pair of speakers, each with a 100W amp, a 6″ driver and a 1″ tweeter. You can connect to it via Bluetooth or RCA. It also comes with removable record dividers and an adjustable shelf.
A 5.1 Bluetooth speaker made from Formula 1 inspired exhaust pipes. The XiLO has an 8″ down-firing 140W subwoofer, two 40W mid-bass drivers, two 40W midrange drivers and a 40W tweeter. It also has an RCA input and an app with a variety of engine sounds.
Zero Zero Robotics’ Hover Camera is a light, small and safe camera drone. Its propellers are housed in carbon fiber cages, it can shoot at 4K, and its app and follow-me controls make it easy to use. The catch? It only offers electronic image stabilization, and will cost around $600.
Mooring is a bed heating pad. It lets you set different temperatures for each half of the bed, as well as for the top, middle and bottom. It can also wake you up silently by gradually raising the temperature and vibrating. Its sensors can send sleep data to your mobile device.
This palm-sized projector measures just 2″ x 2″ x 1.9″, projects images up to 120″ diagonally, and connects connects via HDMI to iOS, PCs, game consoles or media players, via MHL to Android devices, or plays files stored on microSD. Save 16% in The Awesomer Shop.
The crazy expensive Kindle Oasis is 20% thinner than previous models, with a new design that makes it easier to hold one-handed (for both lefties and righties). It also has improved backlighting and comes with a charging cover that extends its battery life to months.
PRracer’s headband-mounted action camera for runners. It has a 12MP sensor and shoots videos at 1440p/30fps, 1080p/60fps, or 720p/100fps. It also has time-lapse and burst shooting modes. The headband also houses a 400 lumen flashlight and a retractable skullcap.
Up until now, GPS-based bike speedometers have been a strictly digital affair. OMATA aims to change that with a neat and easy to read design that displays speed using an analog gauge, but using GPS data for accuracy. Also displays distance, time, and vertical ascent.
These days, there’s not a ton of need to print things, but sometimes it’s still nice to have a hardcopy. The compact Rolto printer wirelessly connects to your iPhone and can print perfectly proportioned screengrabs in black and white. Great for recipes and to-do lists.
Keep your smartphone in a safe and easy to view position while driving. This gizmo clips onto your car’s air vent and holds phones from 58.8 to 85.6mm wide. Provides 360º rotation and swivel, and doubles as an impromptu desk stand. Save 31% in The Awesomer Shop.
A pair of Xenon HID flashlights with a built-in belt clip. The Repulsor emits a total of 7,911 lumens at a 60º angle. Its low beam mode reaches up to 650ft away, while the high beam lights up to about 2300ft. It lasts up to 115min. per charge and also has a USB charging port.
Sony ups its compact superzoom game with the new RX10 III. It has the same 1″ 20MP sensor as the Mk. II, but its lens now maxes out at an insane 600mm. It also has 4K video, Wi-Fi and NFC, optical image stabilization and up to 960fps slow mo. Still no touchscreen though.