This slim stainless steel tool serves multiple purposes, working as a minimal money clip and credit card holder, flat and phillips screwdrivers, hex wrenches, mini ruler, scraper, and a bottle opener in one. Available in black or stainless finishes.
The latest in illustrator Steve McDonald’s series of intricate coloring books features an array of wondrous mechanical and solid state creations, including a space station, submarine, jumbo jet, and a pinball machine. Be sure to grab the matching set of colored pencils for gift giving.
A compact cordless screwdriver designed for making quick work of the screws on electronics, appliances, and other small items. It comes with 18 magnetic bits that work on standard, torx, pentagon, hex, and triangle heads, and has a bright LED flashlight to see your work area.
Those are not moons. If you can’t figure out how to get wide like Kylo Ren, Heather Curfman’s got your back, er chest. She came up with this pin called Ben Swolo, which is totally a film accurate replica. It’s sold out as of this writing, but she also has it as a sticker.
Ever felt bad if brunch doesn’t look good enough to Instagram or you put the wrong emoji at the end of a risky text? Check out #Millennial Problems, a collection of amusing tweets exploring the struggles of millennial life. Great for gifting (and for historical purposes).
Halospheres are a unique desktop plaything – a pair of conjoined gold-plated stainless steel spheres. Spin them on their plate, then help them reach maximum speed by blowing on them using the included straw. At high speed, they will reflect light in the form of two halos.
PyroPet offers a waxy menagerie of beautifully crafted animal candles with a hidden surprise inside. Each low-poly candle has a burn time of approximately 20 hours, and is made of paraffin wax, cotton wick and aluminium. Great for creepy gifting (or keeping for yourself).
Good news everyone! There’s a sweet light-up replica of the Planet Express spaceship from Futurama. Quantum Mechanix’s collectible measures about 12″x 4″ x 4″ and has lights on its cockpit, portholes and exhaust. It has magnets that make it easy to mount it on its stand.
The perfect gift for aviation fanatics, this set of round nickel coasters features images of four critical instruments from an airplane cockpit – the turn indicator, the attitude indicator, the heading indicator, and the altimeter. Backed with felt to protect your coffee table.