Nixon is coming out with yet another awesome watch. The Rotolog RePly watch is inlaid with reclaimed skateboard parts.
This is recycling at it’s best. Thin strips of reclaimed skate decks are artfully layered to create a unique and colorful watch.
Looking for a nice digital alarm clock that you can dock your iPod or iPhone in, but don’t have room on your bedside table for anything decent? Then look no further than this nifty contemporary digital clock radio which can be mounted easily on your wall.
The CVT i3101 media center alarm clock is slim enough to hang next to your bed, and is especially nice if you have a narrow room without space for a table.
Have you been alienating friends by over-twittering and now need a substitute robot friend to pal around with? Good news, because as of right now, making this talking robot head is well within your reach.
This nifty bot was made by L.
The results are in for our just completed Tokyoflash watch giveaway, and I can now reveal the answers and winners. Read on for the answers, the winners’ names, and some really special watch designs in case you’ve never seen them before.
This funky modern lighting fixture might be named for its umbrella-like shape, but to me it looks like some sort of alien jellyfish is about land its spacecraft in your living room.
Created by French furniture designers Beau & Bien, the Smoon Ombrella lamp gets its sculptural potato chip-like shape from custom cut Plexiglas.
Looking for a really cool lamp to replace that cheap IKEA lighting fixture on your desk? As long as you’re willing to drop a little dough, this Italian designer lamp is sure to impress.
Designed by Iliara Marelli for Nemo Italianaluce, the Chain Lamp is a real thing of beauty.
If the Screaming Meanie alarm clock had you grabbing your ears in pain, maybe this alarm will work better for you. Instead of waking you up with shrill beeps or buzzy klaxons, this new clock rouses you (or is that A-rouses you?)
Now, most of us have moved on from compact discs to digital media players these days, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t still have to find a place to store our old CD collection, right?
This ingenious storage system doubles as a giant LED clock, so you’ll actually be getting some utility out of an otherwise single-purpose bookshelf.
These clever desk lamps get their inspiration from classic LEGO building blocks. Designed by Taiwan’s 25togo, these LED illuminated acrylic block lamps look just like a giant-size version of the popular plastic playthings.
The blocks have a snap-off top layer that’s designed to hold pens, pencils and other office items.
Here’s a dark and disturbing Gears of War Xbox 360 casemod that would make Cliffy B. himself proud.
Modder DFW Monkie, the same guy who brought us this creepy alligator Xbox 360, has outdone himself this time with his new Gears 360.
The case features an intricate sculptural Gears of War logo, complete with a skull and gear that glows in an ominous red light up when the console is on.
He built this custom case using lots and lots of layers of Bondo, and painstakingly hand sculpting it before coating it in a deep black paint job to make it look nearly as imposing as the first time you ever ran into a Berserker.
When the Red Rings of Death fire up on this console, it’s actually a good thing.
Feeling a little blue today? Green with envy? Why the heck shouldn’t your wristwatch match your mood? Now it can, thanks to this new multi-color LED watch from Ohsen.
Just press the top button to cycle through 7 different backlight colors – perfect for color-coordinating your outfit or your state of mind.
The guys over at MAKE recently showed visitors how to make a “Brain Machine”, a trippy looking device which reaches into your mind and helps you to chill out. Now, thanks to the miracle of modern science, you can buy one in kit form and try it on for yourself.
The Brain Machine Kit comes from the mind of Mitch Altman, the same guy responsible for the deliciously devious TV-B-Gone remote control.
Just slip on the Brain Machine’s meditation glasses and headphones, close your eyelids, tune in, turn on and drop out.
Looking for something a little different to set on your bedside table? This new alarm clock tears apart the hours, minutes and seconds and places them on individual time-telling blocks.
Seiji’s LED block alarm clock are interconnected using ribbon cables with enough slack in them to let you stack them pretty much any way you like.
You can even arrange the blocks into a vertical configuration, instead of the more typical horizontal orientation.
While they do seem a little derivative of Jonas Damon’s Open Edition LED clock, they’re just different enough to stand on their own.