The Beer Peen Hammer is a multi-tool that performs two crucial household tasks: hammering stuff and opening beers. It’s modeled after an antique ball peen hammer and features forged steel construction and a black oxidized finish.
A motorized pot stirrer might seem like a gift you’d just re-gift but think about it—instead of stirring the stupid soup you’ll have one free hand for scrolling and trolling and the other to hold your brew. The adjustable-speed Stirio uses a rechargeable battery & mounts on pots and pans measuring 15 to 25 cm wide (6.9 to 9.8 in) with its retractable clamp-ended arms. Just put on the pot, press the button & get back to life’s more important tasks.
Keewifi is the simplest router ever. It doesn’t require a password to connect to WiFi or a long, annoying configuration process to install. Just tap your device to it and you’re connected. This removes the possibility of strangers jumping into your network. Enterprise networking technology ensures that your WiFi signal is strong, stable, and fast.
Finally, wireless Christmas tree lights. Just snap the Aura Power Ring to the base of your tree, hang the wireless LED bulbs on the branches and watch them glow. Control the lights with the free app for iOS, Android & Windows phones. A funded Kickstarter project.
It looks like a piece of sculpture but it’s a humidifier that uses an energy efficient ultrasonic nebulizer to generate enough moisture for any room in your home. Auto-dimming LED lights indicate its operation and it powers down automatically when the water level depletes.
Made entirely of carbon fiber and fitted with an onboard camera, the Carbon Flyer personal drone features twin motors, a long-range bluetooth sensor and LED running lights. It can be controlled by your iOS or Android phone as you fly it up to 240-yards away.
The HeatSync collection from Brunton will keep you warm when the cold kicks in. These portable, battery-powered body heaters include an under-the-jacket heated vest, a Bench Warmer to combat a cold keister at the football game, the Hot Seat camp chair, and The Zone, a multi-use heater for anywhere immediate warmth is needed.
You’re too busy. You don’t have time to raise and lower the blinds, so let your iPhone do it. RISE is a solar-powered device that turns your regular window shades into smart shades. The device mounts simply to your shade and the App tracks habits and schedules automation for all the windows.
This compact Michigan-made camping hammock is stored in and deployed from its Double Barrel stuff sack—keeping your hammock & straps together at all times for quicker set-up and breakdown. The design of the Rapid Cinch Strap means you can set it up in just 30 seconds, then just hang out.
Installing cameras all around your home is one way people handle home security but keeping a live web cam in the living room or kitchen is also pretty weird. Point is a small wireless, wall-mounted home security system that listens to the sounds of your home, senses the indoor environment, and analyzes the air. Through the App, it tracks any changes in your home & notifies you of things like windows breaking, alarms ringing, or the presence of smoke. A fully funded Kickstarter project.