Ippinka’s Lift is a discreet bicycle rack that you can also use to hang your coat, tools and other items. It can be mounted practically anywhere and its metal arm can be slotted from either side. It can support up to 50lb and has an optional complementary tire tread guard.
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Inside this ’60s-inspired console’s walnut body is a Debut Carbon turntable, a tweeter, a 6.5″ woofer, a 200W amplifier, a 100W subwoofer, an AirPlay receiver and two aux inputs. It also has a built-in minibar with whiskey glasses and room for 150 vinyl records.
Flatev is a compact home tortilla maker that works like Keurig coffee machines. It uses recyclable single serve pods that contain flavored dough or corn mix and turns those into a 5″ to 6″ tortilla in just a minute. The drawer at the bottom keeps multiple tortillas warm.
Seeing his cats tear up one of his embroidered paintings inspired designer Erik Stehmann to come up with a cat scratcher printed with classic paintings. The first design features the Mona Lisa, with more on the way. At $190, it’s a pricey target for your cat’s claws though.
The EZ Hauler is a versatile yard cart that can haul up to 800lb. It has a foot pedal release for dumping its contents and foldable panels to accommodate items larger than its 10cu.ft. compartment. It also has an optional wheelbarrow handle as well as tool holders.
A single-person RV from the makers of the Traveler and the original ESCAPE mobile home. The Vista is 20ft. long and is fully furnished with off-grid options such as solar panels. It has cedar panels on the outside and aspen, maple or oak for its walls, furniture and floors.
Asked what he would do if he had only a month before the apocalypse, Colin Furze decided he’d want to live a bit longer, so he built a bunker under his garden. He then filled it with his previous inventions, including a couple of weapons that we haven’t seen before.