If You Really Want To Use Scissor For Unboxing, Use This Scissor Instead

Some unboxing video really made me cringe. Why? Because, some people like pulling box cutter towards them, but that’s if they even use an actual box cutter to begin with. Most of them time, these “unboxers” will reach out for scissors instead, which really shouldn’t be the case. On behalf of the world and for the love of the world, please stop using scissor to unbox. Please! Scissors are designed for cutting, not slicing. Even cavemen knew that. However, if for some reasons, if you really, really have to wield a scissor to unbox, I suggest you pick up the HMM Scissor. Continue reading If You Really Want To Use Scissor For Unboxing, Use This Scissor Instead

Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Is A $2K Device Called ‘Galaxy Fold’

This is it. The moment the world has been waiting for, the first foldable smartphone from a major brand is official. We are talking about Samsung’s foldable smartphone which the company showed off back in November 2018. Not only it is official, it has a got a name, an associated sticker and availability too. Called Samsung Galaxy Fold, it will cost a hefty $1,980 when it becomes available on April 26, 2019 (May 3rd for Europe). Yikes. What kind of blasphemy is this? The price of smartphones has been skyrocketing and a novelty like certainly does not help to cool the pricing. Continue reading Samsung’s Foldable Smartphone Is A $2K Device Called ‘Galaxy Fold’

Replica Of Iconic Volkswagen T2 Made Of 400,000 LEGO Bricks Revealed

No. You are not looking at pixelated image of the Volkswagen T2 Camper Van. What you see here is a life-size replica of camper van version of VW’s iconic T2 model. It definitely looks like, over the last couple of years, automakers are totally obsessed with recreating life-size versions of their vehicles. McLaren has done it. So has Chevrolet and Toyota. Volkswagen is no exception. Commissioned by Volkswagen, Rene Hoffmeister, one of the only 12 officials certified LEGO model makers, and his colleague, Pascal Lenhard, spent six weeks and 400,000 LEGO elements to build the life-size LEGO VW T2 camper van based on some 3D images. Continue reading Replica Of Iconic Volkswagen T2 Made Of 400,000 LEGO Bricks Revealed

France Security Firm’s Anti-Drone Gun Looks A Thing From Sci-Fi Series

We have featured quite a few anti-drone measures which are mostly weapons of sort, including a gleeful and not-so-serious anti-drone shotgun, as well as a home drone detection system. As far as gun-like weapons go, there are handful, but honestly speaking, nothing works look cool. I know. It don’t need to (look cool), but it will be awesome if it did, right? And then, we saw this: the UAV Scrambler 300 Anti-Drone Gun that, like the DroneShield’s, actually looked dope. Continue reading France Security Firm’s Anti-Drone Gun Looks A Thing From Sci-Fi Series

SpeedKore’s Award-winning 1,650 HP 1970 Dodge Charger Is Listed For Sale!

Do you like (1) ridiculous high capacity engine and (2) outrageous power output from the said engine? Well, if you do, then the SpeedKore 1970 Dodge Charger Tantrum is the ride for you. It is a custom resto-mod designed and built by SpeedKore Performance, featuring an absolutely mental 9.0L Mercury Racing V8 QC4v DOHC twin-turbo engine (wait, it has a marine motor???) that pumps out a mind-bending 1,650 horsepower, mated to a very capable TREMEC T-56 6-speed manual transmission. Yay. It’s a stick shifter as a muscle car should. Continue reading SpeedKore’s Award-winning 1,650 HP 1970 Dodge Charger Is Listed For Sale!

Peanut Butter Pump Is The Best Thing To Happen Since Peanut Butter

I started eating peanut butter with toast exclusively after a bout of bad experiences in spending it. Toast is more resilient to the force that I need to spread that yummy thick, sticky spread. However, toast is fallible at times – if the toast ain’t toasty enough. But with this great invention, simply called the Peanut Butter Pump, I probably will be able to ditch toasted bread if I want. Continue reading Peanut Butter Pump Is The Best Thing To Happen Since Peanut Butter

SITEWASP Drone Will Cut Construction Progress inspection To Hours

Despite the advancement in building and construction industry, there is at least one process that technology cannot do and that is progress inspection, or is it? This futuristic drone you see here called SITEWASP (that has a look in the league of Half-Life City Scanner), designed by Germany product service designer Sebastian Gier, might just change that. Combining a drone’s maneuverability and its circular design, internal sensors and cameras, this 3D drone system affords architects, engineers and construction managers, 200 degrees rotation and view. Continue reading SITEWASP Drone Will Cut Construction Progress inspection To Hours

Check Out This New Bluetooth Speaker From Berlin-based Teufel

Berlin-based speaker company Teufel is relatively unknown outside of Europe (and China), but it ain’t no small fry. Teufel humble beginning started in 1979 selling loudspeaker DIY kits and components out of a store in Berlin, and the store made its first online sale, via email, as far back as 1985 – when Mr. T was still a thing. From DIY speaker kits, Teufel branched into ready-made loudspeakers and the rest, as they say, is history. However, despite it having expanded into the international market since 2011, Teufel is relatively unheard of in Asia and North America. Continue reading Check Out This New Bluetooth Speaker From Berlin-based Teufel

This Edible “Second Skin” Extends Fruits And Vegetables Shelf Life

Thanks to Mother Nature’s doing and human’s propensity to waste, many perishable fruits and vegetables have gone to waste. Part of the ‘gone to waste’ is often the result of nature’s doing and it doesn’t help that we, humans, just have to have more which we sometimes can’t finish. Fruits and vegetables start to turn bad (or crudely put, rot) a period after they are plucked from the trees and or pulled from the soil. As their natural protective layer erodes, they start to lose water and air permeates into them – both which enables the decomposition process. Continue reading This Edible “Second Skin” Extends Fruits And Vegetables Shelf Life

Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

Originally, we felt like giving this too-sweet-for-our-glucose-level animated short a pass, but after writing about the ewwww-worthy post about soap tasting, I think Lucas the Spider animation sounds like the sweet treat we need to balance out the soapy after taste (even though we have never tasted soap). If you are unaware, Lucas the Spider is an adorable animated character created by animator Josh Slice, named after and voiced by Slice’s nephew. Continue reading Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

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