The Klitch is a clip that lets you hang your kicks on the outside of your bag and keeps them conveniently paired up for transport from home to the gym to the golf course and everywhere else you need to bring spare footwear.
This magnetic widgetoid keeps the cords and cables that would otherwise slide off your desk & into the dusty darkness easily within reach. The base of the MOS unit suctions to any surface and included cable ties attach to cords of all sizes which then stick magnetically to the base, contributing to a neater & more organized work space.
Phones work fine for most of us, but if you’re one of those photographers or video enthusiasts who uses a camera so big that it needs its own bag, this SLR-size pack from Chrome is a solid choice. It offers weatherproof denier nylon construction and enough space to hold your SLR or video camera kit, lenses and accessories plus it’s got an interior laptop pocket, external tripod straps, and even a holster for your U-Lock if you happen to bike to your photoshoots.
Maybe putting your phone inside this case made of vegetable tanned leather and recycled wool felt will help you break your habit of picking it up every 15 seconds and staring at the screen. Probably not though.
For unexpected power outages or missions that take you off the grid, this portable, solar powered generator provides power to recharge laptops, phones, cameras, and lights, plus thousands of other electronics, with outlets for 12V, AC, and USB. The generator gets a full charge in 4 hours from a wall outlet or car charger & in 5-6 from the sun, providing enough juice to keep everything up & running until power is restored or you’re back from the boondocks. Available Spring 2013.
Protecting your iPhone 5 from the inevitable smashings it will endure no longer means hermetically sealing it in a giant PVC case with bulky rubber bumpers. G-Form’s XTREME iPhone 5 case uses a 3-layer system with soft but smashproof materials like TPE & RPT. Easily fits in the pocket of even the skinniest jeans.
Second only to cleaning toilets, the impossibly mundane task of cleaning windows can now be handed over to someone, actually something, better suited to the task than higher beings such as ourselves. This window cleaning robot suctions to the glass and gets it done in a thorough, streak-free way that you never would. Even if you tried. Available mid-2013.
It didn’t take long to figure out that the five hundred dollar Brooklyn-made chrome axe sucked for actual use, and now you need something to get the wood chopped. This 5-ton electric splitter will do it. It goes through logs up to 20-inches in diameter like a hot knife through butter powered by a 15 amp electric motor. Source
If someone utters the phrase “adult toys” and the first thing that pops into your head is “action figures” then there’s obviously a market for something as unseemly as these Reservoir Dogs action figures. Tarantino’s cast of suited scammers, Mr. White, Mr. Orange, Mr. Pink, Mr. Brown, & Mr. Blonde come with glasses, guns, and a display case for safe storage in your adult toybox.
A swollen, Costanza-style wallet stuffed with receipts and business cards is just not practical. Try something slimmer, like this minimalist Cinch. It features an oak backbone and stretchy, black elastic band that will hold all your essential cards and cash plus it won’t make your butt look big in those jeans.