This elegant writing instrument works with interchangeable magnetic pencil tips. The metal tip can write indefinitely with its soft lines, while its graphite tip is ideal for art and sketching. It comes in aluminum, magnesium, titanium, or brass bodies with a wood veneer accent.
These self-stick wall tiles have metal plates built into them, so you can attach magnetic accessories to them. They come in hexagonal and rectangular versions, along with a desktop model you can take with you. Accessories include storage boxes, a wireless charger, cable clips, pen holders, and more.
Equipped with industrial-strength magnets and suction cups, this portable folding shelf provides a laptop desk on the go. It sticks to smooth surfaces like windows, or metal ones like the side of a truck. It has four small magnets at top for holding tools or a smartphone, and folds up like a briefcase for travel. Holds up to 40 lb.
This unique wooden clock tells time using a hidden LED display behind its face, while a floating metal sphere orbits around its perimeter. In addition to a standard clock mode, it works as a timer or counts down to an important event. RGB or warm white LED backlighting give it an extra pop.
Keep yourself and your office organized with the modular MagEasy workstation. The kit combines an ID badge holder/wallet with a magnetic desktop organizer. The MagEasy Badge can magnetically attach to the MagBoard and MagStand, which can hold notepads, keyrings, pencils, a mirror, and more.
This 3″ fill light can mount in a camera’s hot shoe or stick to metal surfaces, providing a bright source of illumination in a wide variety of colors. It offers a color temperature range of 2500K(warm) to 9000K(cold), plus hundreds of other colors thanks to RGB LEDs. At max brightness, it runs for about 2 hours on a charge.
We first heard from the Open Reel Ensemble back in 2018 when they showed us how to make music by drumming on reel-to-reel tape. In this video, they create a different kind of sound by tugging on tapes, fighting against the motors as each tape pulls against its magnetic playback head.
Techmoan examines an unusual bit of retro gadgetry which lets users see the precise arrangement of magnetic particles on tape recordings. You can find a modern-day version of the tape viewer from Arnold Magnetics. It’s basically a round version of those Wooly Willy toys.
Improve your visibility and personal safety at night with these weather-resistant LED tags that clip onto clothes, bags, and shoes using magnets. Each one has four bright LEDs, which can light up in solid or flashing modes. They last for up to 70 hours between battery changes.
Go squatchin’ at your desk with this silly plaything from Archie McPhee. A fun take on the old Wooly Willy toy, this version features an image of Bigfoot that you can groom using metal filings and a magnetic wand. Maybe you’ll even start a new Instagram fashion trend!
The Heirloom world map has a magnetic surface. It comes with 50 magnets in five different colors so you can chart past, current and future travels. Additional magnets are available for purchase. There are also variants of the map with different frames and colors.
If cube-shaped magnetic building blocks aren’t your thing – perhaps some other Platonic solids will be. TRIDO’s self-aligning construction toys let you build all kinds of interesting structures and creatures using octahedrons, tetrahedrons, and half-tetrahedrons.
Combining the ideas of his cloud lamp with the levitating Bluetooth speaker, Richard Clarkson Studio and Crealev teamed up to build this uniquely awesome sound system which features a floating storm cloud with a built in wireless speaker. Shut up and take our money.