The Bottle Light is exactly as it sounds, a rechargeable LED cork that transforms old bottles into fully-functional lamps. It looks like a large tapered wine cork at first glance, but at the bottom, you'll find a bright white LED light. When placed in a bottle's neck and turned on, the light will shine for up to 3-hours before needing to be recharged - one hour via USB. Want a different color? The white LED light can be filtered by the color of the bottle used, giving you plenty of options for mood lighting. Product page. Continue reading for more images and information.
Iain Sinclair's Cardsharp2 looks like a credit card, but when an emergency strikes, it folds out to reveal a functional knife, all for just $3.99 shipped - today only. This updated version is not only lighter, but slimmer as well, due to its 420-series surgical stainless steel makeup. This tool may not be as large as its hunting or kitchen counterparts, but it's sharp enough to easily cut through a seatbelt. You can pick one up for just $3.99 shipped here. Continue reading for a video review and additional information.
Here's a first look at XM42, "the world's first commercially available handheld flamethrower." Chris Byars, CEO of Ion Productions, the company making the XM42, said: "It is legal where there are no laws or codes written against such a device. Surplus military flamethrowers have been available for many years." Continue reading for a video and more information.
It seems like most smartphone manufacturers only care for slimmer designs and larger displays, but Berkely-based Monohm aims to change that with the Runcible. Sporting a completely circular design, complete with a convex wooden back designed to nestle in your palm, it features a display on the front and rear-facing camera. The company says you'll still be able to make calls, browse the web, text, snap photos and more. Anderson, Monohm's CEO, says: "The form factor has a long history -- magic stones in your hand, compasses, women's compacts." No word yet on pricing, but it's rumored to cost $600+. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today, including The Matrix lobby scene recreated with LEGO bricks.
SOG's KEY-101 looks like a normal key when folded up, but flip it open, and you have a functional knife, all priced at under $8 - today only. Made 5Cr13MoV stainless steel, the 1.5-inch straight edge, folding blade has a drop point shape that sharpens easily and makes quick work of any task. This knife features a Lockback to provide additional safety while the knife's being used in the open position. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Unlike traditional skateboards or even skates, these are propelled by leaning side to side, enabling you to skateboard without having to push off the ground. Simply place your feet on the two platforms and lean side-to-side to rotate the rubber wheels around the feet for propulsion similar to longboard skateboarding. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Let's face it, sitting on the couch for an entire day can get tiring, and that's why this transformable sleeper was invented. Tired of sitting upright? Fold down the bottom cushion for a lounging position. Or, just fold the backrest down for a quick nap. Now while you're there, the laptop bed desk might come in handy, as it comes complete with a drink holder and mousepad area. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today, including a rare look at a saw-powered ice boat.
There are some gender-specific items we understand, but for the most part, there really doesn't need to be a "for women" version. Starting off, there are these toy laptops with a "girl" version that has half the functions of the "boys" model, and priced accordingly. Other examples include: hammers, binoculars, and lots more. Continue reading to see more unnecessarily gendered products that will make you wonder.
Whether it be the AT-AT dog costume, Han Solo frozen in fridge, or Millennium Falcon bottle opener, these are things you probably don't see in stores, or at least regularly. With that said, it's never too late (or early) to start planning for this holiday season, and what better way than by scoping out a few unique items for the Star Wars fanatics. On a slightly related note, did you know that Harrison Ford was paid a mere $10,000 for his performance in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope? Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today, including an incredible avalanche rescue.
Lance Abernathy, a maintenance engineer from Auckland, New Zealand, used an Ultimaker 2 desktop 3D printer to create the world's smallest cordless drill. Inside the fingertip-sized, 3D printed casing, you'll find its electrical innards, including the hearing aid battery that powers the tiny bit. How did this project come about? Well, Abernathy was basically inspired to by thinking back to all of the childhood stories that involved miniature worlds. Continue reading for a video, more pictures and additional information.