Here’s the ultimate modern stone age gadget. It’s a remote controlled winged lizard that actually gets airborne by flapping its wings.
Instead of using some sort of propeller or engine, this guy just uses good old fashioned wing power.
There you have it, winner of the best product name of the day.
Made especially for the instant ramen aficionado, this gadget is indeed called the Instant Noodle Perfecting Timer. This gadget is designed with one simple, yet important purpose in mind – to produce the perfect Cup O’ Noodles.
The $25 device offers a timer that counts down the exact amount of time required to perfect your low-budget dinner of champions.
This weekend, a group of Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts in Austin, Texas set out to break the Guinness World Record for the number of simultaneously launched model rockets.
They successfully deployed 965 model rockets at the same instant, smashing the previous record of just under 400 rockets.
All of your favorite classic Nintendo characters have now been memorialized in the Monopoly: Nintendo Collector’s Edition board game from Parker Brothers.
The game features special pewter Nintendo tokens including Mario’s cap, Link’s iron boots, Donkey Kong’s barrel, a Hylian shield, a Koopa shell and an NES controller.
These miniature electronic instruments let you kick out the jams wherever you go. The BlueBox MiJam Mini series let you carry entire band in your backpack.
First up, there’s the Mini Drumpad, which features a bunch of percussion sounds as well as rhythm an tempo settings to keep the sounds on beat.
Yes, you read that right. It’s happy, it’s a monkey, and it’s an FM radio.
Featuring the most self-explanatory product name ever, the Happy Monkey FM Radio is the perfect accoutrement for fans of monkeys, FM radio or just generally happy people.
This clip features the real life story of the famous plumber’s addiction to those little magic mushrooms…
The video, by P0YKPAC is a sad, sad tale, but the (mildly NSFW) clip is really quite funny. Mario’s struggles with the “stuff” lead him down a path of self destruction and it all ends with tragic consequences.
This desktop aquarium lets you enjoy the beauty of some of earth’s most mysterious creatures from the comfort of your own home.
The Banpresto Aquapict Jellyfish Aquarium features three amazingly real looking undersea critters (made from silicone,) and illuminates them with color-changing LEDs to give them an other-worldly glow.
Sure, we’ve seen toast with images of Elvis, Jesus and other famous cultural icons, but this device lets you create any image you’d like, in toast form.
The computer controlled toast burner uses a specially modified CNC fabricator with a hot air gun in its carriage.
This new toy from TakaraTomy Japan features a little humanoid who can fly. The little guy wears a backpack with a helicopter-like set of rotors to propel him into the skies. Special balancing rods keep the whole contraption from flipping over wildly through the air (although that sounds kinda cool.)
The CAUL (Car Action Unit’s Line, whatever that means) Helibot can fly for about 5 minutes on a full battery charge, and can be remotely operated up to 90 feet away using the included 2.4GHz
For those of you who confuse the real world with the computer world, these push pins are perfect for you. These Orbiculus thumbtacks from Art Lebedev Studios bring computer command buttons into the 3-dimensional world.
Each set comes with a variety of ten thumbtacks, featuring common computer dialog buttons, such as “Yes,” “No,” and “Cancel.”
German designer Linda Kostowski designed these wacky wearable artworks that look like watches, but they’re really totally phony.
Cut from leather, laser-embellished, then hand-assembled to look like wristwatches, realfakewatches will set you up with a timepiece that says, “who cares what time it is?”
I’ve been dying for an excuse to feature one of my favorite artists, Dan Goodsell on my blog, but his whimsical paintings never seemed quite appropriate for Technabob.
Today, Dan gave me just enough of an excuse by when he jumped into the video gaming world.
Personally, I can’t stand those people who walk down the street with their Bluetooth headsets on, talking into space. But if you’re one of those people who just can’t possibly be bothered by holding your cell phone in your hand, have I got an invention for you.
Consisting of a pair of giant rubber bands (in case you break one,) the kit lets you fasten your mobile phone to the side of your head, thus freeing your hands for whatever important tasks you need them for.