Button Up A Watch This Winter

Button Up A Watch This Winter

Its winter and just when your hands get warm and cozy in your gloves; you get this itch to see the time. In a normal situation you would just ask someone else for the time and ignore the watch on your wrist (under the gloves). But I’m not here to relate a normal situation! Allow me to introduce you to the idea of a Button watch. A teeny-tiny clip-on that clips to your jacket or bag and tells you the time on a need-to-know-basis. Click the face once and it displays the time and date on the glass face for a few seconds.

0 Designer: Mac Funamizu

What’s Up On The Ceiling?

What’s Up On The Ceiling?

A Fan! On one hand we have futuristic Dyson-esque Bladeless Fans seeking our attention and on the other we have a retro beauty vying for love. The Loft Wing kinda reminds me of the traditional fans or Punkahs that were attached to strings and pulled by diligent Punkahwalas in ancient Indian kingdoms. This one of course is modern enough to include a motor that performs the swinging motion.

0 Designer: Alexander "Sandy" Ignon

Vertical Grow Pro

Vertical Grow Pro

Use your worm power! For all of you who’ve got a hankering for a few leaves and sprouts, here’s a vertical home garden for your personal use. Below you’ll find six steps to your home greenery edification. It employs drip watering, wormie friends, and a whole bunch of sustainable living. The name’s “Urb Garden” and I’d like to say, it’s time for some plants and it’s super easayyy.

0 Designer: Xavier Calluaud

Toilet Scribbles

Toilet Scribbles

Where do your best ideas come to you? In the toilet. That’s where everybody’s best ideas arrive, whether they know it or not. So get ready! Get this invention right here! All it is really is a bit of stainless steel tubing 2mm thick, plus a flat. Just stick your roll on there, tear off some sheets, and get to writing! But wait, with what? That’s where you’ve got to add something usually not sitting by the pot: pencils. Pens, markers, even crayons if you like.

0 Designer: Marc Graells

One Light to Rule Them All

One Light to Rule Them All

One billion events, millions of lighting experts. That’s what happens. When you’ve got an event that needs lighting, you see a specialist. Freelance workers who get all up in the party lighting it with the equipment they’re known for, each group being hired for their materials. Well I say to you, no more! One light to rule them all! This here is the Helios 700W! And basically anyone can use it.

0 Designer: Christian Stapelbroek

Kaleidoscope For My Time

Kaleidoscope For My Time

Who says only chameleons change colors, I know of a wristwatch that does the same. Called the Chroma, the numerals on this beauty change color every second! Moreover the hour hand colors merge from one color palette to another, creating beautiful hues of the color spectrum. Totally mesmerizing! Unisex in style, its crafted in Steel Mesh Bands or Black Leather Band, giving choices to suit your taste. Catch the cool flash snippet inside…

0 Designer: Laurinda Spear [ Buy it Here ]

Prison Diary Online

Prison Diary Online

For a moment the news of Brit prisoners on home leave being handed out Viagra made me crack up, but once I understood the psychology behind it, I was more compassionate. It’s very vital to keep prisoners in the “right frame of mind” and creative writing can be a good outlet. The P:log is a secured random blogging system for prisoners that keeps the author anonymous, but family members and mentors are allowed to identify and communicate with the author.

0 Designer: Yejin Mun

Switch Socket

Switch Socket

Neat name for a Switch + Socket system – One.One.Two! The idea behind this design is to give you a sleek multi-purpose socket so that you can use it to hook up the many devices you own, without going on socket-installation overdrive. The combo of course is of switch & socket, but what’s different is that it doesn’t use up-down motion to function; it uses a push up-down mechanism instead.

0 Designer: Meysam Movahedi

Yet Another Folding Bike!

Yet Another Folding Bike!

Yes, seems like “Folding Bike” is the flavor of the season, so I won’t bore you with any witty comments. However what makes the db0 (divided by nothing) E bike different from the rest of the gang is that it’s soon to be available this first quarter. So those lusting after folding hybrid cycles, hit the jump to catch the specs of this beauty!

0 Designers: DK City & ROBRADY

DJ with a Real VJ

DJ with a Real VJ

You’ve been to some shows. People up on stage singing and dancing, bands playing amazing music with some lights behind them. Have you seen Slayer? They’ve got a gigantoric screen behind them. Not only does their music explode people’s eardrums, the visuals explode their eyeballskins. What’s new in that? It’s faderTouch. A rear projection touchscreen interface developed by VJ Fader, aka James Cui.

0 Designer: James Cui (VJ Fader)

Tickle Me Butts!

Tickle Me Butts!

Actually, more like Butts Chair Change. This chair is called the “Bristle Me Chair” and is designed to change as you use it. Going right beside the old, correct way of going about possessions, this chair was made to change the perception that old is bad. Old is used, used means broken in. Broken in means unique and sculpted to the person who uses it! This is the Bristle Me Chair.

0 Designer: Meagan Roberts

Always Wanted a CNC Machine

Always Wanted a CNC Machine

I know you did. You always wanted to be able to have your router (for wood, not for internets) work robotically. You wanted to just be able to stick some numbers in there and bam! What a wicked sign you’ve got. Well check this out! Designer Nick Santillan had that uncontrollable urge, that need, that want! To make things better. To show improve! So what’d he do? He learned all about CNC machines, found some directions for a DIY, and DIHimself with modifications. Lovely, fabulous improvements.

0 Designer: Nick Santillan

Convenience In Pressing!

Convenience In Pressing!

Since the chore is so dowdy and downright hateful, Designer Lisa Töpfer decided to make us a fun ironing kit that entices us to actually iron some clothes. I totally dig the foldable ironing mat that holds in the iron, when not in use. The main unit uses Lithium-Polymer-Battery-Technology offering the convenience of cordless ironing. A temperature sensor integrated into the iron makes the appliance work at a single setting that is multi-textile friendly. Like Lisa says, “Find a positive ironing experience with the ironing kit Feinraus.”

0 Designer: Lisa Toepfer