Having wine with you and ready to drink makes everything better. That’s why you need this Wine Dispensing Travel Tote. It can dispense up to five liters of wine from a tap on the side, plus it is fashionable.
At least I think it is.
Are you worried about paparazzi taking your photograph when you don’t want it? It’s pretty tough being a big star. Good thing that the $376(USD) asking price for this scarf is just peanuts to people like you then.
Knives and cutting boards are a classic kitchen combo. So why not just combine them into a single kitchen tool with the Clever Cutter? Combine them with a pair of scissors while you’re at it?
This gadget puts a knife on one side and a small cutting board on the other, so you can slice vegetables, meats, and other food items as easily as you cut paper with scissors.
If you own a gun, safety should be a priority. One of the latest efforts to improve gun safety comes from Israeli startup ZØRE. The ZØRE X gun lock provides access to a firearm using a personalized pin code.
The company claims it will give you fast access to the weapon in any circumstance, even in the dark.
Tape measures have long been the go-to tool for getting quick measurements, but they don’t work in all situations. Bagel is a digital tape measure that modernizes the antiquated tool, and makes it more useful and easy to use.
Bagel uses a string that can measure length, height, and circumference, along with a 128 x 64 OLED screen that displays the exact measurements in either Imperial or Metric systems.
You can buy all kinds of graters, but most of them require you to grate your cheese directly over your meal like some barbarian. The Eva Solo Grating Bucket is a more elegant solution. It collects the shreds inside as you grate, allowing you to dispense them appropriately later.
Cheese, carrots, whatever.
Das Keyboards have been around and annoying folks nearby with their super clicky mechanical keys for a long time now. A new version has turned up on Kickstarter called the Das Keyboard 5Q and it has a cool new feature that turns it into a display of sorts.
The next time you are working up a thirst playing games on your favorite retro handheld from the ’80s, grab the appropriate bottle opener and have a cold beer. These Game Boy Bottle Openers are perfect for the occasion.
These handheld openers are basically the coolest bottle openers ever.
These days, smartphones can take some pretty great photos all on their own, but the biggest limitations of their cameras is the size of the lens and the size of their image sensors. Built-in lenses are usually set to a middle-of-the road field of view, so they’re usually best for general purpose usage, and not optimized for super wide angle shots, super close-ups or long shots.
When my kids were really small, I found it highly entertaining to use gobs of bath bubbles to create little wizard hats and beards on their little chubby faces. The trick was to see how tall you could get the hat before one of them crushed it or ate a big mouthful of beard bubbles.
One of the worst things about cooking burgers or steak on the grill is having to start the charcoal. For me it always seemed like the charcoal started up well enough, and then as soon as the fluid burned off, the coals were cold as ice and the meat never cooked.
Most new cars these days come with a backup camera, or offer one as an option. But if you’ve got a car without a backup camera, you’ll definitely want to check this out.
The Pearl RearVision is a license plate cover that will alert you when there are obstacles behind the car while you’re backing up.
It’s getting harder and harder to make S’mores on camping trips these days. Back in my day when all the hangers were metal, all you needed was a bit of hand strength to bend said hanger, and a campfire.
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These days, cars offer all sorts of built-in technology to improve driver safety and convenience. But there are some automotive gadgets that you’ll want to consider adding after the fact too.