Poke Ball Replica Pokemon The Wand Company
The Pokémon Company International collaborated with The Wand Company to release the first ever die-cast Poké Ball Replica Series. Not just a decoration, it boasts proximity-sensing technology, which means the button glows when it senses motion. After pressing the button, the light color changes or starts a Pokémon-catching illumination sequence. Each one comes in a presentation case, complete with a certificate of authenticity and serially-numbered hologram. Read more for a video and additional information.

Biktrix Juggernaut HD Duo Electric Bike
The problem with most electric bikes is that they usually need to be recharged after 40-50 miles or so, that is unless…you’re talking about Biktrix’s Juggernaut HD Duo. This is made possible with its dual 910Wh battery system – one embedded in the frame and a second mounted within the triangle of the frame – that gives you up to 200-miles of range. Power comes from a 1500W mid-drive motor, paired with a 2002Wh battery, enabling it to hit a top speed of 35 mph. Read more for a video and additional information.

Ulanzi ST-09 iPhone TriPod Apple Watch Selfie
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Have you ever wanted to use your iPhone’s rear cameras to snap selfies, but wanted a screen to preview the image? The Ulanzi ST-09 Tripod Mount should do the trick. It basically consists of a grip for the iPhone with a rear section for placing the Apple Watch that turns it into a small viewfinder to ensure the perfect shot every time. The ST-09 can be attached to just about any handheld tripod, and a cold shoe up top allows you to attach other accessories (external microphones, etc.). Read more for a video and additional information.

NERF Blaster 4-Stroke Gas Engine
Peter Sripol wanted to take Nerf blasters to the next level, and in an unconventional way. So, he acquired a Nerf Elite 2.0 Turbine CS-18 motorized blaster, removed its standard electric motors and then replaced them with a Toyan 4-stroke engine designed for remote-controlled toys. Aside from sourcing the precision metallic adapters, the entire process wasn’t too much trouble, but the result is definitely worth checking out, especially with its customized gearbox. Read more for a video and additional information.

PIVOT Bed Home Gym
With many gyms still closed due to the pandemic, an increasing number of people have been working out from home, but it’s quite difficult (and pricey) to obtain all the equipment. The PIVOT Bed hopes to change that, and without taking up an entire room. Simply put, it’s a heavy duty S366-grade steel bed that transforms into a home gym in minutes, complete with a power rack, pull up bar, dip bar, tablet mount, and lots more. Two built-in gas struts make lifting and lowering the apparatus a breeze. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Anbernic RG280V Game Console
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Anbernic’s RG280V is a great alternative for those who weren’t able to snag a Nintendo Game & Watch, which sold out in hours after going live last week. Why? Aside from being slightly more portable, this game console can not only play NES games, but titles from the SEGA Genesis, PlayStation, SNES, Neo Geo, N64, Game Gear, and more. It features a 2.8-inch IPS display, a dual-core 1.0GHZ JZ4770 CPU, of 512MB RAM, microSD card slot (256GB maximum) USB-C charging, a headphone jack, and a 2,100mAh battery good for 5-hours of continuous gameplay. Product page. Read more for two hands-on video reviews and additional information.

Samsung Galaxy Note Rollable Display
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Samsung has filed several patents recently for a smartphone with a display that can be pulled to both the left and right sides, effectively doubling or even tripling the screen real estate. The company reportedly wants to employ a flexible display panel that can turn a standard 6-inch smartphone to an 8-inch tablet, and thus this Samsung Galaxy Note concept was born. Dutch 3D designer Jermaine Smit, better known as Concept Creator online, has visualized this device to give fans an idea of what it could look like. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.

Cybershoes Oculus Quest VR
Let’s face it, some people get motion sickness when playing virtual reality games, but Cybershoes just might change that. Designed for the Oculus Quest, it connects wirelessly via the CyQuest Bluetooth receiver and translates natural, real-world movement into in-game locomotion, enabling users to walk, run, or jump in their favorite titles. There are a few natively supported titles, including Arizona Sunshine in partnership, which means setup is as easy as strapping on the shoes, booting up the headset, and selecting the in-game Cybershoes locomotion option. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Power Assisted SuperWheel Bicycle
The problem with electric bicycles is that their batteries need to constantly be charged, but that all changes with the SuperWheel. Put simply, this invention replaces a standard bicycle wheel and continually diverts the reactive force of your body weight to the springs on the upper section of the wheel during rotation. This compression and decompression on the rim section provides additional momentum for the rotation when combined with a patent pending Internal Drive system. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Roku Streambar 4K
The Roku Streambar is not only a 4K streaming media player, but a soundbar as well, all for $99 shipped, this weekend only, originally $129.99. If space is an issue in your home, this device is the ultimate 2-in-1 entertainment upgrade with powerful streaming and premium sound for any TV with HDMI. You’ll be able to enjoy 4K HDR picture quality on 4K HDR compatible TVs, while crisp, clean Dolby Audio makes dialogue easier to hear. Product page. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.