This bamboo iPad case is ideal for those of you who also like to cook, so that you can use it to chop things on its chopping-board-looking-surface, like celery and stuff. All this while looking up the recipe on your iPad. How useful is that! And then you can just pick it up like the little purse it is. No more having to carry your iPad uncomfortably (although I’m pretty sure that … continue reading
The perfect watch to take with you on Mars, if you get chosen for the colonization of the planet, will show you the time in a space-like fashion–not that you’ll be needing any timekeeping where you’ll be. Anger everyone by showing the intricate pattern and only smiling enigmatically when asked “What time is it?” Most of them won’t be able to read it at first sight. If they are, take them as … continue reading
Since we’ve been talking so much about camping that we’re dying to grill something, even if it’s only in our back yard in the middle of the city, we researched how to make the best out of your grill gear. And here it is, the griddle that will enable you to cook that meat like a professional chef and earn your “Kiss the Cook” apron. It is made out of resilient material … continue reading
Remember the Handpresso for vehicles that we covered a while ago? Well, this is the outdoor version, ideal for the great camping trips of coffee-addicts who can’t lay off the brew, like, ever. Not even in the middle of a rainforest, while chased by monkeys. You can even take it with you on a plane. To make a creamy espresso you just have to pump up the Handpresso to 16 bar of … continue reading
As defined on their (successfully funded) Kickstarter page, the BikeSpike is a “bike GPS tracker that automatically reports a crash to contacts, alerts you if tampered with, iOS/Android/Web friendly with open API.” Its primary function is that of helping you track and retrieve your stolen bike, but the BikeSpike doesn’t stop at that: it also has a collision detection system, it allows you to share your stats on different social medias, it can help the worrying parents monitor their children and see if they wander off or get in any danger, and much more. The only drawback we can see is the thief removing the BikeSpike due to previous knowledge of what the device does. Sooner than you know it, thieves will be checking bikes for ‘spikes’, so we’re not entirely sure it’s that effective against an informed thief. In any case, it’s a fun gadget and we recommend you give it a spin.
Needless to say that people are creatures of comfort, so we thought we would feature a device that is meant to better the atmosphere around you, whether you’re at the office or at home. The CubeSensors is a cute little device that will help you get familiar with the environment in your home or workplace, by informing you about factors like temperature, humidity, noise, light, air quality and barometric pressure, or even … continue reading
This ballpoint pen could be the answer to all your scanning prayers, especially if you’re in a job that desperately requires urgent scanning in inconvenient locations. Bonus: it retains its original function as a pen, that of writing. Jot down, scan, repeat. A high-precision auto-focus lens and 5-megapixel sensor built into the pen scan documents as crisp, clear 2048 x 1536 pixel images. This little guy probably does a better job than your … continue reading
The first made-for-iPhone Personal Weather Station, with air quality measurements, to monitor and track your environment. Transmit data such as temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and CO2 concentration to your iPhone wirelessly and always be on top of whatever meteorogical situation presents itself to you. Measure and monitor the local weather and environment from indoor and out, at any time and any place, thanks to the awesome iPhone weather station. It has a single … continue reading