Japanese apparel company ONFadd specializes in tech gear that is influenced by the country’s traditional culture. Their latest product is a pair of latex socks meant to protect sneakers from the rain. Each pair weighs just 3.5oz and can be easily packed when not in use.
The Tactica M100 is a compact multitool for cyclists and other people who often use hex bits and small wrenches. It comes with two bits, which you can store on the tool itself, and there’s an optional 12-bit pack. It also has a bottle opener, a package opener and a ruler.
Pop Chart Lab’s scratch-off chart is a great way for cinephiles to check which of the classics they’ve already seen. The poster measures 18″x 24″ and contains tiny posters of 100 great films, including The Best Years of Our Lives, Do the Right Thing and Spirited Away.
Elecjet’s Apollo Power Pack is a portable charger that uses graphene batteries. You can fully charge its 6,000mAh battery in just 20 minutes using a 60W charger. It has USB-C, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 charging ports. You can get it bundled with a 45W charger or a 60W charger.
“Wipe that nervous expression off your face, Threepio.” Hot Toys immortalizes the late Carrie Fisher and her performance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. This 11″ tall action figure comes with a two pairs of hands, a blaster pistol, and a tracking bracelet.
The AnyWatt is a small adapter that lets you charge USB-C devices – such as new laptops, phones and the Nintendo Switch – using old laptop chargers. It has two variants: one that works with Windows laptop chargers and one that works with Apple MagSafe 2.0 chargers.
Hot Toys masterfully mimics Luke Skywalker’s appearance in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The 11″ tall action figure comes with a hooded tunic, a poncho, Luke’s lightsaber, and a cane. The deluxe version adds a backpack, a porg and a “lightning rod.” Hmm.