Spin Chill is basically a nifty gadget that clips onto the top of a warm drink, placed in ice, and spins it, chilling your beverage 20 times faster than normal in 60-seconds or less. In addition to beer, you can use it to chill canned sodas, bottled beverages and even wine. Since the device is water resistant, you can just throw it in the cooler without having to keep an eye out. Get one here now. Continue reading for three more videos and additional information.
Homping's Smart Grill lets you cook indoors over a charcoal fire without setting off the smoke alarms, thanks to an integrated fan. When used in conjunction with the ignition gel, you'll have a 400° F fire in just 3-minutes. You can adjust a fan dial to increase or decrease cooking heat. The system includes three interchangeable plates that can be used to grill or roast your food. Cords won't get in the way, as it can run on four AA batteries or a power bank. Product page. Continue reading for two more videos, including one on how to set it up, and more information.
The Marshall Fridge is finally available after years stuck in the drawing room, working out kinks and what not. It works just as you imagine, the front paneling opens up to reveal 4.4-cubic-feet of refrigerator space perfect for your snacks and beer. Or, use the freezer on the top shelf for ice cream on a hot day. Get one here now. Continue reading for another two videos showing it in-action.
WoodByHandLLC's Deric Peveto, a Star Wars fanatic and master craftsman, has unveiled his latest project: a Millennium Falcon-shaped snack tray hand-crafted entirely from exotic woods. Priced at $225, each tray is made by first laminating various kinds of hardwoods - including "Hard Maple, Black Walnut, Cherry, Honey Locust, Osage Orange, Holly, Purpleheart, Wenge and Paduak" - and then piecing them together to create the example you see above, which is fit for a Star Wars museum. Product page. Continue reading for a behind-the-scenes Star Wars Force Awakens video.
From afar, the Breakaway appears to be a standard truck, but open up the custom tanker trailer? You'll be ready to grill in minutes. Called the "X-Grill," this vehicle comes equipped with everything you need to take that BBQ party to the next level, just about anywhere. At the push of a button, the trailer opens up to reveal a 42-inch grill, stainless steel prep counter, and four burner stoves. It's basically a converted 1987 Ford tanker truck. Continue reading for more pictures.
This looks like a normal KFC bucket, but upon closer inspection, you'll see it actually doubles as an instant photo printer. That's right, to celebrate 60 years in Canada, KFC created the limited-edition "Memories Bucket" that helps you print your memories on the go. While no technical information has been released, operation is as simple as snapping a photo and using an accompanying app to print it out. Continue reading for a video and more information.
"The Rock" in Zanzibar might look at a tiny private island at first, but it's actually a restaurant that sits twenty-three feet above water, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding Indian Ocean. It boasts a simple, yet relaxing, interior, and has open doorways that allow the natural breezes to circulate throughout. Yes, the main food source comes from the surrounding waters as well, as right before dinner service, employees search for fresh fare, especially the "catch of the day." Continue reading for a video and more information.
From afar, this looks like any other large outdoor table for 8 people, but once you fire it up, everyone sitting around JAG will be able to grill their own food. Shaped like a giant octagon, this table is basically communal grilling station, with a massive firepit in the center. As you can see, there are 8 individual grilling stations for all your guests as well as a wooden tabletop for enjoying the food. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including one showing what happens to antacid tablets in space, when combined with water.
Glow-in-the-dark ice cream sounds like something you'd see in a cartoon, but it's real, and available now, at $225 a scoop. Created by Charlie Francis, this ice cream is made from the luminescent proteins that cause jellyfish to glow - a synthesized version is applied to the ice cream. Its creator says that the more you lick, the brighter it glows. Unfortunately, there's no word yet on if we'll see it in any specialty food stores for purchase. Continue reading for more interesting, yet completely random, facts.
We've all probably heard at least one car was ground shattering bass roll through the street, but have you ever wondered what all that thumping could do to a bag of chips? If so, then wonder no more, as Steve Meade Designs shows us in one of his crazy demonstrations. Apparently, all the damage is caused by four 18-inch subwoofers that put out an insane 30,000Watts of power. Continue reading to see what happens.