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.
Colin Johnson, an artist from Vancouver, decided to give into the power of the dark side and handcrafted an AT-AT Walker from The Empire Strikes Back, which opens up to function as a wet bar. Called "The Emperor's Cabinet", it was recently on display at the Hot Art Wet City gallery in Vancouver B.C., and now his custom creation might already be in the hands of a collector. It's made from high density plywood, mahogany veneer, solid brass trim and glass. The shelves and mirrored interior are perfect for displaying spirits. Continue reading for more pictures.
United Cutlery's M48 Kommando Tactical Shovel features virtually indestructible, injection-molded nylon handle with 30% fiberglass & nylon reinforcement. The shovel point edge is sharpened, with a partially serrated edge on one side, and a concave chopping edge on the other. It's portable, light, and perfect for camping / outdoor excursions, yard work or even fighting zombies. The hard, black oxide coating helps keep it looking new for years to come. Get one here for $46 now. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
There's been a lot of talk about tiny homes recently, and Barry Jackson's creation definitely deserves a place on the list. Called HiveHaus, this modular, beehive-like home comes flat-packed, and ready to assemble. Want to add more rooms? Simply purchase another module. That's right, the individual hexagon-shaped cells can be customized to your liking, and then connected. Each cell spans 100-square-feet that's enclosed by floor and walls made of 3.93 inch insulated timber frames. The inner / outer panels are strengthened with polyurethane foam, and "powder coated steel facing laminate" for added safety. You can add solar panels, composting toilets, rainwater harvesting and lots more. Continue reading for a time-lapse video and more pictures of the interior.
These Star Wars Beer Steins may not be from a galaxy far far away, but they definitely put a creative twist on the standard mug. Starting off, we have R2-D2, which "stands an impressive 9-inches tall, and can hold up to 32-ounces of the aforementioned beverage. Crafted in the highest quality ceramic with painstaking attention to detail, the innovative design features a head-hinged lid with genuine pewter thumb lift." Get them all here now. Continue reading for videos of the Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Chewbacca versions.
Created by Russian designer Natalia Rumyantseva, the Cosmos Bed was designed to give you the ultimate sleeping experience, all while recreating the starry night sky above. It's shaped like a giant pod, and has been equipped with a high-tech LED lighting system , audio system, and even aromatic dispensers. Those who have tried the bed said it takes just minutes to fall asleep, thanks to the combination of light, sound and smells. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a magical frosting machine that can decorate a cake in seconds.
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.
Real estate broker Jeff White always wanted to transform shipping containers into affordable housing, so he took action. Laughed at by the first architects he approached, work began on his first concept using a 40' long, 9'6" tall and 8' wide container in the driveway of his Salt Lake City home. After two years of work (planning, groundwork and permits), the shipping containers became a modern 672-square-foot house. "I spent 40 thousand dollars for the lot and then the infrastructure underneath it, getting the sewer, water lines, probably an additional 25 thousand dollars. So you can see where I'm at, the house is still coming in at 55 to 60 thousand dollars," said White. Continue reading for a video of another beautiful shipping container home in the Redwoods.
Tiny homes have been a hot topic lately, but just how small can they get while remaining comfortable? The team at Shelter Wise shows us with their latest offering, the "Salsa Box." At just 96-square-feet, they easily attach to any trailer hook, and feature sufficient kitchen with storage, stainless steel counter, sleeping quarters, bath+shower combo, along with a bookcase. The integrate skylight and windows bathe the interior with sunlight during the day. How much? Pricing starts at under $25,000. Continue reading for a more in-depth video tour and additional pictures.
SolarWindow Technologies have unveiled ground-breaking power generating windows that can generate 50-times more energy than traditional solar panels. What sets this technology apart from is that it can be readily applied as a coating to any glass window or plastic surface to instantly generate electricity, even in artificial light and shade. The company claims that their product can generate more energy at a lower cost and provide return on investment in just one year - conventional solar systems require between 5-11 years to recoup initial investment. Continue reading for a video of the actual product and more information.