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Gadgets, Gizmos, and Games for Geeks

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.

A Patternless Glow-in-the Dark Jigsaw Puzzle for Driving Yourself Crazy

A Patternless Glow-in-the Dark Jigsaw Puzzle for Driving Yourself Crazy
Want to go insane? Well, you’re in luck, because Japanese puzzle manufacturer Beverly has released this glow-in-the-dark Jigsaw Puzzle from Hell. Available from the Japan Trends shop for $42, it’s a 150-piece imageless jigsaw puzzle with phosphorescent pieces that glow in the dark.

Floating Fireball in Hand Props: Cosplaying with Fire

Floating Fireball in Hand Props: Cosplaying with Fire
Created by the cosplay and propmaker at GiveWave Studios, the Floating Fireball Prop 2.0 is an illuminated fireball that appears to float above the palm of a person’s hand, as if by magic. Which is exactly the point.

This Giant Chocolate Bar Is the Sign for a Japanese Chocolate Factory

This Giant Chocolate Bar Is the Sign for a Japanese Chocolate Factory
I’m currently on a low-carb and low-sugar diet, but I’ve been craving chocolates lately. And now that I’ve seen what is likely the largest chocolate bar on the planet, I really need a sugar fix. This gigantic chocolate bar is the facade of the Meiji Confectionery factory in Osaka, Japan.

Shelby Destroyer Foam Disc Launcher Fires 6 Disks/Second: Move Over, NERF

Shelby Destroyer Foam Disc Launcher Fires 6 Disks/Second: Move Over, NERF
Look out, NERF, there’s a new weaponized foam launcher in town in the form of the Shelby Destroyer foam disc blaster. The gun is capable of firing six foam discs per second with a 120 round capacity, with both semi-automatic and fully-automatic capabilities.

The Mandalorian Grogu with Egg Canister Cat Grass Chia Pet: Wait, Is This The Way?

The Mandalorian Grogu with Egg Canister Cat Grass Chia Pet: Wait, Is This The Way?
It doesn’t matter what the product is, if it’s Mandalorian-themed, people are going to buy it. Case in point: this Chia Cat Grass Planter featuring Grogu with the egg canister he wanted to eat from so badly.

This Creepy LEGO Technic Vehicle Is Coming to Get You

This Creepy LEGO Technic Vehicle Is Coming to Get You
The brainchild of imaginative LEGO builder Yoshihito Isogawa, this is the Creepy Vehicle, assembled entirely out of LEGO and LEGO Technic pieces. The vehicle rolls forward thanks to a LEGO Power Functions motor, constantly opening and closing its toothed aperture in the process.

Giant Wall-Mounted Risk Game: World Domination on an Epic Scale

Giant Wall-Mounted Risk Game: World Domination on an Epic Scale
Board games: some people take them a lot more seriously than other people. And for those hardcore board gamers, the WS Game Company has created this Giant Wall Edition of Risk. And giant it is, with a framed board that measures 56″ x 42″ and weighs a very respectable 36-pounds.

Disassembled Gadget Art: Where Old Smartphones Go to Die

Disassembled Gadget Art: Where Old Smartphones Go to Die
Inspired by Todd McLellan’s Things Come Apart object breakdown photography series, Kevin of Etsy shop FEIPPO carefully disassembles smartphones of yesteryear and frames all the pieces for display as wall art. I say smartphones, but he also has some classic Nokia brick phones available as well, which I’m surprised he was able to tear down at all based on how well they were assembled in the first place.

Giant Dinosaur Bone Lawn Ornaments: Jurassic Park at Home

Giant Dinosaur Bone Lawn Ornaments: Jurassic Park at Home
Because who doesn’t like pretending they’re a weekend paleontologist, purveyor of eccentric home and garden decor Design Toscano has created these giant dinosaur bone lawn sculptures. I can already imagine myself brushing some dirt off in front of guests and telling them I unearthed it this morning.

Stainless Steel Rocket Cocktail Shaker: For out of This World Mixed Drinks

Stainless Steel Rocket Cocktail Shaker: For out of This World Mixed Drinks
Designed by drinkware manufacturer Viski, the Rocket Cocktail Shaker (affiliate link) is a 24-ounce stainless steel drink shaker in the form of a retro rocket. I can already see myself holding a highly-anticipated countdown to happy hour.

Hand-cut Hand Saw Scenes: Cutting Edge Art

Hand-cut Hand Saw Scenes: Cutting Edge Art
You’re looking at a series of old hand saws that have been cut into various scenes of rural living (plus Bigfoot). Cindy Chinn (aka thesawlady) of Chester, Nebraska hand cuts these using a plasma torch. Note to self: buy yourself a plasma torch, you deserve it.

Otterbox Xbox Series X | S & Xbox One Rechargeable Battery Pack: Triple A Solution

Otterbox Xbox Series X | S & Xbox One Rechargeable Battery Pack: Triple A Solution
Across console generations, Xbox controllers have always used AA batteries instead of a built-in rechargeable one. It has its pros and cons, but Otterbox has found a solution that combines the best of both worlds. The company’s Xbox Battery Pack gives you two rechargeable packs that you can hot-swap.

The Great Wave off Kanagawa Cat Scratching Post: Fine Art for Felines

The Great Wave off Kanagawa Cat Scratching Post: Fine Art for Felines
Created using Katsushika Hokusai’s iconic The Great Wave off Kanagawa woodblock print, this is a cat scratcher in a 3D form of the masterpiece. Released by the Cat Club division of Japanese lifestyle brand Felissimo, the scratcher sells for around $90.

Heykube Electronic Puzzle Cube Teaches You How to Solve It: Kompanion Kube

Heykube Electronic Puzzle Cube Teaches You How to Solve It: Kompanion Kube
You can find dozens of tutorials and tips on how to solve a puzzle cube, but a company called Heykube figured out a way to build the guide into the cube itself. The eponymous toy has LEDs at the center of each side.

Playmobil Adds Marty McFly’s Truck to Its Back to the Future Playsets: Great Scott!

Playmobil Adds Marty McFly’s Truck to Its Back to the Future Playsets: Great Scott!
Presumably, because its previously released time-traveling DeLorean playset sold like hotcakes (and how could it not?), Playmobil is releasing another set, this time in the form of Marty McFly’s often overlooked pickup truck (affiliate link). I’ve already bought two – one for playing with and one for keeping mint in its packaging.

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