If you like writing with fancy pens, MB&F and Switzerland-based pen maker Caran d’Ache have created a beautiful pen in the shape of a rocket ship. It is called the Astrograph and it was four years in the making.
Remember the WalkCar? Well, you can soon buy this scooter that resembles a laptop on wheels. Cocoa motors will be offering the WalkCar for pre-order starting on October 21.
They have now perfected the design and here are the final specs: It is about the same size as a 13-inch laptop, weighs 6.2-pounds with a carbon fiber frame, and the electric motors can propel it to speeds of up to 10 mph.
As drones fill up our skies, we are now looking for more ways to capture errant or dangerous ones to protect our airspace. The drone-hunting Airspace One Touch Interceptor TI lets you do just that. It goes after other drones like a hawk and even brings the trophy back home.
Back in the day I thought that Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure was a hilarious movie. It was actually the first time I had ever seen Keanu Reeves in a movie. I’m not sure what Bill (Alex Winter) did afterwards, but Reeves went on to be in some of my favorite films of all times like The Matrix, Point Break, and John Wick.
I know I am not the only Star Wars fan out there who has long thought they need to learn to sword fight. Sure you can take normal fencing or Kendo, but let’s face it neither of those are the same as fighting with lightsabers.
Forget robotic lawnmowers. They only do part of the job. What we need is something that looks like a Batmobile and can mow grass, mulch leaves, and remove snow. That’s the Kobi Garden Robot. This amazing machine will maintain lawns and gardens all year long.
Miss Manners says drinking straight out of the wine bottle is a big no-no, but what if there was something that made it socially acceptable? The Guzzle Buddy makes it okay to drink straight from the bottle, because that bottle is now a wine glass.
Like cool machines? How about drawing? Jason Allemann built a neat LEGO Spirograph robot that can draw several geometric patterns, just like the old toy.
By adjusting the arms, it can doodle different sorts of hypotrochoids.
At first glance, this looks like any other wall-mount bike rack on the market. You can use it to hold both your bike and your cycling gear. However, the Oakmulgee Bike Station Rack is different. Its design lets you mount bicycles in several different ways.
Let out a mighty roar and stomp across the floor in these cool… make that warm, Chewbacca slippers. In fact, you won’t have to make a sound, the slippers make the sounds for you.
These fun slippers emit two different wookiee roars (“RRRAARRWHHGWWR” and “WAAAAAAAAARGH”) when you walk and one size fits most adult humans.
As you know by now, Apple’s newest iPhone has no headphone jack. Naturally, people worry about the new wireless AirPods falling out of their ears and being lost. What can you do? Well, 3D Printing company M3D has a solution.
I was too old to watch Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers when they hit TV back in the day, but my brother watched it all the time. Power Rangers could assemble into a bunch of combinations from what I understand, with the characters able to turn into a giant robot in some forms.
If you were to buy a vintage Leica M3 rangefinder camera, you could expect to pay at least $600 (USD) on eBay for a decent one. They aren’t cheap. But if all you want is to display it on a shelf as room decor, you don’t have to pay that much.
The Oakley Radar Pace is unlike anything I’ve ever used or seen before. Being a triathlete, I love numbers. I continuously look down at my Garmin to check my distance, speed, and splits. I’d spend the rest of my bike or run doing math in my head to figure out what my average pace is, how much longer I’d be active for, and what time I’d be done at.