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Gadgets, Gizmos, and Games for Geeks

Man Builds LEGO Brick Sorting Vacuum Attachment

Man Builds LEGO Brick Sorting Vacuum Attachment
Because everyone has experienced the pain of stepping on a LEGO brick and cursing life itself, Matty Benedetto of Unnecessary Inventions has created the Suck It, a vacuum attachment that not only vacuums up the little plastic landmines but also sorts them based on size.

Giant Cassette Tape Pool Float Is The Perfect Summer Mixtape

Giant Cassette Tape Pool Float Is The Perfect Summer Mixtape
Designed to look almost identical to a Maxell UR90 cassette tape, the Maxchill Classic Cassette Tape Pool Float (affiliate link) from LÔTELI is perfect for floating around a pool reminiscing about all the mixtapes you used to make for girlfriends or boyfriends back in the ’80s and ’90s.

Glowing Ceramic Tardigrade Night Light

Glowing Ceramic Tardigrade Night Light
Tardigrades (aka water bears) are some of the most resilient animals on earth, able to survive even the harshest conditions, from extreme heat and cold, to air and food deprivation, to radiation. They’re practically unkillable, so what better animal to keep a watchful eye over you at night than this $16 Tardigrade Night Night from Archie McPhee?

Combat Wheelchair Miniatures for Tabletop Role-Playing Games

Combat Wheelchair Miniatures for Tabletop Role-Playing Games
To ensure tabletop role-playing games are inclusive to all, designer Sara Thompson has created a line of Combat Wheelchair miniatures that feature adventurers in wheelchairs. The characters are available as 3D printing files for £5 (~$6.50) or metal or resin models for £15 (~$19.50) in Strata Miniatures’ ‘Dungeons and Diversity’ collection.

3D Printed LEGO Minifig Head Organizers

3D Printed LEGO Minifig Head Organizers
Designed and 3D printed by Etsy shop MomLifeIn3D, these LEGO minifig head organizers each store up to 100 heads, so you can keep your LEGO domes easily identifiable and accessible. Gone are the days of sifting through buckets of brains trying to find the specific head you’re looking for.

Finally, The Hot Sauce for Coffee We All Haven’t Been Waiting For

Finally, The Hot Sauce for Coffee We All Haven’t Been Waiting For
Because apparently the best part of waking up is hot sauce in your cup, Lauren D’Souza has formulated the Ujjo line of hot sauces designed specifically for adding to coffee. What a time to be alive!

Giant Metal Razor Blades: For the Quickest Shave

Giant Metal Razor Blades: For the Quickest Shave
Because art means different things to different people, Lance Barnett of Etsy shop BarnettPrototyping creates giant reproductions of double-sided razor blades. While typical razor blades measure about 1.5″ wide, these measure a respectable 5″ wide, 2.75″ tall, and 0.25″ thick – more than three times the size of a normal blade.

Levitos, A Levitating Indoor Planter: Garden in the Sky

Levitos, A Levitating Indoor Planter: Garden in the Sky
Because in the future, everything will levitate, some genius has created the $121 Levitos Plant Pot, a small planter that levitates above its base so your favorite houseplant can admire the view from above. The levitating planter operates via electromagnetic induction powered by an AC adapter and hovers about 2 cm above the walnut finish base.

Whack-It: A Handle-less Hammer for Hard to Reach Nails

Whack-It: A Handle-less Hammer for Hard to Reach Nails
Because nails often need to be driven in hard-to-reach places at inopportune angles, the Whack-It makes it possible thanks to its compact, handle-less design. Made of solid brass, the Whack-It is available in two sizes (1.5″ x .75″ small and 2″ x 1″ large) and is capable of whacking whatever, whenever.

Guys Successfully 3D Print a Functional Wheel Rim

Guys Successfully 3D Print a Functional Wheel Rim
Because 3D printing offers a glimpse into the future, Jón Schone of YouTube channel Proper Printing used the technology to print a car rim that can successfully be driven on without failing and causing a horrific accident.

Finally, A Resin 3D Printer That Looks Like an Astronaut Helmet

Finally, A Resin 3D Printer That Looks Like an Astronaut Helmet
Been holding out on buying a resin 3D printer because all the available options just don’t look enough like an astronaut helmet for you? Well, it’s finally time to pull the trigger on that space blaster of yours, because the AstroFab Resin 3D printer is a dead-ringer for a traditional NASA-style astronaut helmet.

Star Trek Klingon Bat’leth Multi-Tool: Pocket Space, The Final Frontier

Star Trek Klingon Bat’leth Multi-Tool: Pocket Space, The Final Frontier
Because Star Trek is just as determined as Star Wars to have every product made available with their own theme, here is an officially licensed Klingon Bat’leth 6-in-1 multi-tool. The tool, available on Amazon (affiliate link), features a bottle opener, three different hex wrenches, a flat head screwdriver, a Phillips head screwdriver, a cord cutter, and a butterfly wrench.

Cassette Tape Power Bank Keeps Your Music Playing Longer

Cassette Tape Power Bank Keeps Your Music Playing Longer
Because retro is always in, tech company Remax has created a portable power bank in the form factor of a cassette tape. That sure brings back memories, doesn’t it? I wonder if you have to stick a pencil in the reel to rewind it.

$1.5-Million Bugatti Chiron Watch Has a Tiny Functional W16 Engine Inside

$1.5-Million Bugatti Chiron Watch Has a Tiny Functional W16 Engine Inside
Meticulously crafted by jeweler and watchmaker Jacob & Co, the Bugatti Chiron Blue Sapphire Crystal watch costs $1.5-million and features a tiny replica of a Bugatti W16 engine inside, complete with 16 moving pistons. The watch took over a year to build and features a 51-jewel movement and 578 handmade and decorated pieces in total, almost all of which are visible through the translucent case.

Hot Wheels Car Rolling Suitcase Is Road Trip Ready

Hot Wheels Car Rolling Suitcase Is Road Trip Ready
Because why not get your child actually excited to pack and tote their luggage around on vacation, MaxToy teamed up with Mattel to create this officially licensed Hot Wheels Night Shifter rolling suitcase (affiliate link). The case features a hard shell in the form of a Hot Wheels car, complete with wheels, exposed engine, and – what are those coming out the back – jet engines?

Widescape WS250: The World’s First Stand-Up Snowmobile

Widescape WS250: The World’s First Stand-Up Snowmobile
Introduced by upstart Canadian powersports company Widescape, the WS250 is allegedly the world’s first snowmobile designed to be ridden while standing up. Wait – who wants to stand? Sitting is where it’s at. And, if I’m being perfectly honest, I’d much rather be lying down.