Having your dog as part of the wedding party may not be such a wise move, but if you just can’t have the ceremony without him then he needs to be dressed appropriately. This Doggie White Tuxedo should do the trick. Probably the only tuxedo I have seen that includes a D ring for a [...]
Archive for December, 2007
Turn any solid surface into an acoustic speaker system! This device employs the newest acoustic vibration technology which produces sound from almost any solid surface. Mechanical vibrations emanated from the iceKube become vibrating pressure waves, transferring sound to the surface upon which it sits turning it into an acoustic speaker. Product link
Light and sound in one neat package with this trim desk lamp with built-in speakers and iPod dock. Product link
With the integral i-Dock allowing you to playback and also recharge your i-Pod, the Chronos i-Dock makes a great listening companion beyond the bedroom. Product link
In this episode of the Real Hustle, the team is going to demonstrate how a con-artist can rig a cash-point with a device that will clone your cash-card and enable them to steal money from your account.
Peekaboo is a little transparent table that allows us to we see right through it and a fun new graphic burst underprinted in black. Transparent surfaces float in the room without taking up permanent visual residency. Thick molded acrylic adds clean mod edge in one seamless turn. Bunch two or three in front of the [...]
New from Rado, the 50 year anniversary limited edition Jasper Morrison designed “Ceramica Chronograph”. Only ten of each will be made. I like the variation of chrono registers but $6500 for Quartz? Product link
Here’s the Vulcania, a steampunk concept watch designed by Fabrice Gonet and made into reality by HD3 Complication. Don’t get your hopes up on getting one of these titanium and platinum Jules Verne and submarine influenced masterpieces though, there’s only eleven made.
Just plug the chameleon into your computer and away it goes. Randomly it’s eyes spin wildly and it sticks it’s tongue out in an attempt to catch… something.
This gentle, but efficient boot and shoe dryer uses less electricity than a 60-watt bulb. The ceramic heating unit that creates air that moves up the support tubes. product link