Stadler Form is the name of the Swiss company that makes Robert. Robert is the name of their handsome new 3.5–gallon aluminum digital humidifier/purifier. It features a slick design with touchscreen controls for keeping the air in your home or workspace clean and/or suitably moist. Our initial testing has been impressive. Silent operation, easy to use controls and an amazing design to please even the fussiest perfectionist.
For the kitchen outfitted with every conceivable gadget to avoid culinary disaster we offer yet another new essential, the smart thermometer. Not stupid and forgetful like you, this shimmering stainless temp-taker with digital display will make sure your meat is heated to the optimal temperature every time.
This surfboard-inspired table and bench come to us by way of the old wave-hounds at Duffy London. They’ve created this custom set using woodworking techniques borrowed from classic surfboard construction and used only woods from FSC-managed forests.
Floor mopping robots are very useful considering where mopping sits on most people’s list of weekly goals. This one will clean wet or dry on tile, wood, cement, whatever you’ve got. Which is amazing. But unfortunately we’re still pretty far from sandwich-making and beer-fetching robots.
With a design inspired by your beer gut, this stool from award-winning furniture-artist Damien Gernay features a soft, pudgy seat of black leather and hardwood legs.
On November 19, The Montana Dueling Dinosaurs & Distinguished Fossils auction will offer up North America’s most important fossils, including a full 38-foot long T.Rex, a Triceratops, and lots of partial remains like Mammoth tusks, the jaw of a Megalodon and more.
Cleaning floors is a job for robots. And this one is a real pro. It’s got the ability to do both multi-suction brush vacuuming and hard-floor mopping with a microfiber cloth cleaner. It’ll work for 5 hours on a 2-hour charge and never complain.
Michael Jordan’s massive 56,000 sq. ft. mansion in the Chicago suburbs has been sitting on the market for a year with a $29 million pricetag & no buyer, so now the baller’s sprawling compound is up for auction with no minimum price. It’s got a regulation NBA court, 15 garage spaces, a pool, fountains, a golf course and so on.
Instead of sending these old helicopter parts to the smelter, they’re being upcycled by a German designer into one-of-a-kind stools that retain their vintage, battle-worn patina and original markings.