The Leatherman Tread Tempo combines 30 hard-working tools with a precision Leatherman-designed, Swiss-made timepiece. It effortlessly fuses utility and style for quick fixes at home or across the globe. The Tread Tempo has the following features: 200m water resistance, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, precision Swiss made Ronda 715 movement, adjustable clasp to 1/8" and date/time functions with 3 luminescent hands. 5-year battery. Product page. Continue reading for an unboxing video and more information.
Let's face it, trying to wash your clothes while traveling is a hassle to say the least, but the pocket-sized Dolfi aims to change that. This device uses ultrasonic technology to convert a bucket or a sink anywhere in the world into a functional washing machine. Simply fill a sink with water, add dirty clothes, detergent, drop the device in, turn it on and watch as it emits powerful ultrasonic waves that travel through water, creating, high pressure bubbles. The bubbles then implode to generate strong jets of water that push the detergent through the fabric removing dirt and stains, with a complete cycle requiring just 30-minutes. Continue reading for five more clever gadgets that will make your life easier.
The BOHM B76 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones offer active noise cancellation technology, and you can pick up a pair for $69.99 shipped, today only, originally $169.99. Flip a switch on these truly active noise cancelling headphones, drown out your sourroundings and immerse yourself in your music without distractions, wherever you may be. Stay in control with the tap of a finger. Featuring a power/multifunction button, volume and playback control buttons, a USB charging port, Bluetooth indicator, and noise canceling button and indicator incorporated seamlessly into your B76 headset. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.
In addition to a stunning 2.5D glass panel display, the next-generation Nokia 6 smartphone is set to get an octa-core 2.2-GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a microSD expansion slot, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG and dual rear cameras. Pricing is rumored to start a $400 for an unlocked handset. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
We have seen the future of pizza delivery, and it includes robots. Called "DRU" (Domino's Robotic Unit), this three-foot tall, 450-pound robot is fully autonomous and can hit a top speed of 12.4 mph from the store to any location within a 20-kilometer radius. It consists of a battery-powered heated compartment that can keep up to 10 pizzas warm and a chilled compartment for cold drinks, all encased in a water-tight, weather-proof acrylic plastic exterior. LIDAR laser-light sensors located within the unit will help the robot detect obstacles on his route, and to prevent thefts, customers can only access their pizzas by entering a unique code into the pizza compartment. Continue reading for five more strange inventions that people came up with over the years.
The MoKo Wireless Charger not only has a 3 coil design, but works with any Qi-enabled smartphone, including the iPhone X, all for $27.99 shipped, today only, originally $34.99. It can be adjusted to various angles (up to 90°) while charging, making it perfect to watch movies or read emails. Plus, the DC 5V design makes this triple charging pad more universal. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Developed by New York-based Waverly Labs, the Pilot is essentially a three-part system: two small Bluetooth earbuds and a smartphone app for the actual translation. How does it work? Simply talk to the other person as you normally would - each in your own language - and the app instantly translates the dialogue before sending the translated speech to the earpiece. The prototype supports a number of European languages (English, Spanish, French, Italian). Other languages, like Hindi, Semitic, East Asian, Arabic, Slavic, and African will be included in later versions. Continue reading for five more weird gadgets that actually exist.
Novitec reveals a body kit for the post-2016 facelift Tesla Model S, made from carbon fiber. You get an aggressive front spoiler lip, rocker panels, rear spoiler lip and a diffuser. The company also custom-designed a set of 21-inch NV2 forged wheels for the electric sedan in cooperation with Vossen, and they feature five slanted double spokes that are in an "aerodynamically optimal position relative to the airflow." Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit lets you build your very own R2-D2, and even control it with "The Force," all for $99 shipped. Droid-driving is easy with in-app controllers including a joystick, sliders, and tilt mode. The Droid can detect obstacles in front of it and change course like it has a mind of its own. Product page. Continue reading for a detailed hands-on review and more information.
The iMac Pro will be officially in stores on December 14th, but the AirPower Wireless Charging Pad is still months away. What happens when you combine the two products? This sleek model with a dual-purpose stand that doubles as a charging pad for both your iPhone and Apple Watch. Pricing starts at $4,999 for the iMAc Pro, and comes equipped with up to an 18-core Xeon processor, 128GB of memory, 4TB of storage, as well as a Radeon Pro Vega graphics card. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more pictures.