Vote for this week’s coolest gadget ($100 up for grabs)
It’s that time of the week to vote for this week’s coolest gadget. Vote and comment or tell a friend for a chance to win a $50 Amazon voucher (2 to give away). Good luck and have a stonktastic weekend.
If you haven’t finished your Christmas shopping yet and what to avoid the masses at the shops check out our coolest gadgets gift guides.
This little sphere contains a really cool three-dimensional maze with a ball bearing inside. Your job is to get the little ball from one end of the maze to the other. You’ve got to rotate the sphere through all three physical dimensions, and get our old friend gravity to pull the ball through loops, whorls, around corners, up walls, around pits, and across precipices to get from end to end.
The full post can be found on RGS.
I can’t think of a better way to leave a message on the fridge than making it appear like it was pinned their with a shuriken. Sure there is no way on earth that a shuriken could actually stick into a refrigerator, but suspend disbelief and enjoy the optical illusion. These things look great, a perfect (though somewhat pricey) stocking stuffer.
The full post can be found on Uber Review.
The Webble is an active footrest which claims to have some health benefits, but really it seems like just a cool toy. It rolls on four smooth gliding coasters and features a spring suspension and mesh membrane for comfort and flexibility. According to the guys who made it, “The Webble’s open frame combines strength and style in an unmistakable form that challenges the assumption that life under your desk couldn’t possibly be fun.” Bring on the next office day!
The full post can be found on Gaj-It.
Finding sources for sustainable, clean energy is a high priority across the world. By placing special generators in a revolving door, Boon Edam has created the world’s first energy generating revolving door. This unique door generates power each time someone enters or leaves the building.
The full post can be found on Coated.com.
MTI Micro has released details of their latest fuel cell charger, the MTI Micro Mobion.
This new charger features a removable fuel cell cartridge that can be replaced, each of the fuel cell cartridges can provide up to 25 hours of on the go power.
The full post can be found on Geeky Gadgets.
We’ve long felt we really deserved a shot chilling machine, and while many of the ones we’ve seen on the market are aimed solely at getting your Jagermeister cold, we’ve found a shot chiller that will fit most liquor bottles. Just pop in the bottle, add ice and salt, and wait a minute (literally, 60 seconds) for your bottle to be ice cold. We haven’t tried it to see how effective it is, but we’re adding it to our Christmas list.
The full post can be found on Liquor Snob.
Check this super cute mini cam baby with behaviors! Cam-Baby will respond to
your claps and walk forward to you. It will even cry out loud when you knock it
down or dropped by itself! Super cute!
The full post can be found on Ken’s Gadgets.
Unlike other digital photo frames that just accept memory cards and show photos, the iGala has a brain inside its rectangular head. Use the touchscreen interface to configure the iGala to connect to your wi-fi network, then the iGala can do all kinds of smart things like login to a Gmail account and display any e-mailed photos on its hi-res 800×600 screen.
The full post can be found on CG.
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