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
The Transporter is your own unlimited private cloud, giving you access to all your files on all your devices any time; anyplace with no monthly fees. It also allows you to share your music and photo files privately with everyone you want. They offer two flavors. One with an internal hard drive and another called the Sync (shown above) that allows you to plug your own drive in.
It’s got 12 tools: a straight blade, wood saw, serrated blade, bottle opener/flathead screwdriver, micro flathead screwdriver, micro Phillips screwdriver, file, Phillips screwdriver, pliers, scissors, LED flashlight, and mirror/tweezer/pick/pen. And the tools are removable so you can mix, match & customize your knife for every outing. via
Nodus makes clean simple leather cases for iPhone, Galaxy, and iPads but instead of clicking, sliding, or locking into the cases, their design uses micro-suction cups to hold yor device securely inside. This makes attaching & removing your device from the case fast & easy.
We know you’ve mastered cranking it yourself but this iOS app-driven electric hoist makes it way easier to lift your stuff up for elevated, out-of-the-way storage. myLIFTER will lift up to 50 pounds.
German engineering. It just makes sense. Festool builds some of the best-designed powertools in the world as well as logical accessories like this toolbox that doubles as a miniature worktable complete with holes for clamps and hold-downs, creating a functional work surface wherever you take it.
Yes, it’s called a laptop but working with it in your lap means frying your manhood. The Mobile AirDesk offers a solution: it’s a ventilated slab of polished, natural bamboo that goes between your lap and the machine and it’s much more comfortable. It also features a slot for your phone or tablet and a mouse pad. via
For the beginner RC pilot, the SmartPlane has one truly crucial feature: it’s crashproof. That’s right, send it into the wall or bounce it off the street, no problem. But the thing is, this smartphone-controlled plane is super-easy to fly, so even though you can crash it all you want, you probably won’t after a few minutes of practice.
Because they can perform more than one task, multitools are better than monotools. This one is made for bike repairs and maintenance, featuring all types of drivers, a wrench and a tire iron. It also comes packed in a cute little leather burrito you can strap to your classique randonneur.
The Powershell turns your iPhone into a mobile gaming console for all your fave iOS games. It’s got precision controls like an analog D-pad and shoulder triggers & it supports iOS 7 gaming. The fact that it’s also packing a 1500 MAH backup battery makes perfect sense.