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Category: Gadgets

The Stuffed Pancake Maker: Breakfast Just Got a Whole Lot Batter

The Stuffed Pancake Maker: Breakfast Just Got a Whole Lot Batter
Breakfast: if it isn’t over the top, I’m not interested. Just ask my mom. I also don’t get green vegetables. But I’ll certainly eat an entire stack of stuffed pancakes made with The Original Stuffed Pancake Maker (affiliate link) from Pancake Wow!

Stormtrooper Multi-Tool: The Empire Has a Sonic Screwdriver

Stormtrooper Multi-Tool: The Empire Has a Sonic Screwdriver
If it isn’t already, soon, every single product will be available with some sort of Star Wars theme. Case in point: this Stormtrooper Multi-Tool. It’s a multi-tool, but it’s white and has a stormtrooper head on the side of it, apparently making it just Star Wars-themed enough to justify selling.

TIE Fighter Kinetic Watch Winder: Use The Force, Luke

TIE Fighter Kinetic Watch Winder: Use The Force, Luke
Do you own a fancy watch that’s powered solely by the movement of your wrist as you wear it? But are you not always wearing it and need an automatic watch winder to keep it powered and accurate?

The 3-Key Copy-Paste Keyboard Is a Real Product You Can Buy

The 3-Key Copy-Paste Keyboard Is a Real Product You Can Buy
What originally started as an April Fools joke by programmer community help forum Stack Overflow, the Key Macropad (aka copy-paste keyboard) is now a real product you can buy from Drop for $29. I can already feel my programming workload getting infinitely lighter.

Heinz Packet Roller Extracts Every Drop of Precious Ketchup

Heinz Packet Roller Extracts Every Drop of Precious Ketchup
Ketchup: according to my dad it belongs on everything. He’s such a fan he’s thoroughly convinced potato chips were only invented as a vehicle to transport ketchup from a plate to a person’s mouth without making a mess.

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets

A Gallery of Clear Gadgets
The first time I had an electronic gadget that I could see inside of without cracking it open was the original iMac G3. With its semi-transparent colored backside, you could barely make out the electronic components inside, and even then, most of them were hidden beneath massive RF shielding.

Electronic Endless Bubble Wrap Popping Device: Goodbye, Stress

Electronic Endless Bubble Wrap Popping Device: Goodbye, Stress
Stress: it’s a silent killer. Ninjas too. And what better way to relieve a little stress and anxiety than popping bubble wrap? Introducing the ∞ Bubble Wrap AIR from Bandai (affiliate link), an electronic device that mimics the popping of bubble wrap, with just the right amount of tactile pressure needed to press a bubble, resulting in a satisfying “POP” from the integrated speaker.

This R2-D2 Tamagotchi Is Definitely The Droid You’re Looking For

This R2-D2 Tamagotchi Is Definitely The Droid You’re Looking For
Looking for a new droid friend after your last one got shot up by Stormtroopers who were aiming for something else entirely? Well, you’re in luck, because this R2-D2 Tamagotchi is available for pre-order (affiliate link).

Finally, The Heated Outdoor Folding Chair You’ve Been Waiting For

Finally, The Heated Outdoor Folding Chair You’ve Been Waiting For
Because the great outdoors are best enjoyed while warm and seated, this is the Heated Outdoor Folding Chair available exclusively from Hammacher Schlemmer. I can already feel my butt sweating around a campfire. The $180 chair has a heating element woven into its seat and has three different temperature settings: 113ºF, 122ºF, and 131ºF.

The JingPad A1 is a Feature-packed, Flagship Level… Linux Tablet?!

The JingPad A1 is a Feature-packed, Flagship Level… Linux Tablet?!
An 11″, 2K, 4:3 AMOLED touchscreen. A 1.8GHz 8-core ARM SoC. 8GB of RAM. 256GB of storage. USB-C. An included stylus. Sounds like an awesome tablet right? But the thing that makes the JingPad A1 truly special is that it’s running JingOS, a Linux-based operating system.

Automated Glasses Cleaning Machine: I Can See Clearly Now, the Smudge is Gone

Automated Glasses Cleaning Machine: I Can See Clearly Now, the Smudge is Gone
Glasses: they’re always getting fingerprints and oily smudges on them, and, at least in my case, ice cream. You know the old adage: you eat with your eyes first? It’s actually harder than it sounds. Enter the LensHD cleaning system currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter.

Hyperbells Turn Your Existing Dumbbells ‘Into a Full Home Gym’

Hyperbells Turn Your Existing Dumbbells ‘Into a Full Home Gym’
Because less is more, Hyperbell is a modular clamp system designed for turning existing dumbbells into barbells and kettlebells. It is NOT for turning existing dumbbells into doorbells – that would take something else entirely. Something I’m already hard at work developing.

DIY Speaker with Ferrofluid Display: Lava Amp

DIY Speaker with Ferrofluid Display: Lava Amp
YouTuber Dakd Jung recently shared a montage of them making a Bluetooth speaker with a one-of-a-kind visualizer. In front of the speaker is a small glass case with a bit of ferrofluid in it. Inside the speaker is a device that converts part of the sound signal into electromagnetic signals, causing the blob to react to the sound in real-time.

EDGE Magnetic Phone Mount: MaglevSafe

EDGE Magnetic Phone Mount: MaglevSafe
If there’s one thing the pandemic taught me, it’s that webcams are a scam, right up there with printers. Even a mid-range smartphone can beat $200 webcams. All you need is a mount, like this upcoming one from the folks at Rolling Square.

SNACTIV, The Multitasking Snacking Tool of the Future

SNACTIV, The Multitasking Snacking Tool of the Future
SNACTIV is a gadget consisting of a small pair of chopsticks that sit above your index and middle fingers, allowing you to grab chips or Cheetos, or any other small snack without getting your fingers dirty.

Amazon Releasing an Alexa-Enabled Sticky Note Printer

Amazon Releasing an Alexa-Enabled Sticky Note Printer
As one of its first Amazon Day 1 Edition products (an initiative where Amazon introduces new conceptual products and if they meet their pre-order goal by a certain date, Amazon will manufacture them), the company is releasing the $90 Smart Sticky Note Printer (affiliate link).