The Yellow Jacket is a case that turns your iPhone & more importantly, your girl’s phone into a high-voltage stun gun capable of knocking down aggressive weirdos. It’s legal for everyone in 44 of our 50 states and it’ll even charge up your phone when it’s low.
Coming in somewhere between the Segway and the still-elusive Hoverboard, the Onewheel is a sort of electric skateboard unicycle. Made of billet aluminum with maple footboards and rolling on one rubber tire, it’ll hit speeds of 12mph with a range of 4-6 miles on a single 20-minute quick charge.
A “flashlight system” sounds like overkill already but the GoBe is simple and that’s why we like it. Weighing just 160 grams it is compatible with six different light heads, all featuring different lumen capabilities, angular movements and purposes. Maximum light life is 54 hours & the Li-Ion battery charges by USB.
Milwaukee makes tough tools so you can be sure that when they make markers, they’re not for writing love notes in class. They write in permanent black on dusty, wet, & oily surfaces. Milwaukee is also releasing a new pen/stylus combo for use on compatible smartphone & tablet touchscreens. Available February 2014.
The Simpsons series has launched literally thousands of offshoot products but few pack the awesome of The Lego Simpsons House set. This 2,523-piece set includes their fully furnished house, car, & garage plus 6 Simpsons minifigs. Available May 2014.
These dry bags are built for extreme conditions. With welded construction and a waterproof seam, they’re made of abrasion-resistant 600D TPU laminated fabric, which is tough, plus it’s also PVC free and UV resistant. Available in several sizes and colors.
This hammer drives nails faster and easier than yours. A spring in the hammer face makes it rebound for more nail-sinking power using less energy while also eliminating shock and fatigue in your hand and arms.
It’s an iPhone dock made of concrete; a material chosen not just for its industrial good looks but for its weight. Should you need two hands to get your phone out of the charging dock? No. And when the dock is a 1.25-lb chunk of concrete you won’t need two hands. Just yank on it. via
Back in the day skateboarding was only for losers and weirdos. But now that it’s for normal people too, there are all sorts of innovative ideas popping up, like this 29-inch skateboard deck with a built-in storage compartment. Just pop the custom hinges open and stash your valuables safely inside while you roll.