If you’ve ever wanted a tricked out backyard, just think about what $32 million worth of home and yard would get you. According to Business Insider, a $32 million home in Dallas, Texas, comes with its very own backyard water park, multiple pools, cabanas and slides. And that doesn’t even scratch the surface of what’s going on inside the home with 17 bathrooms and eight bedrooms. You may not be able to trick out your own backyard to the tune of $32 million, but there is plenty you can do to take it to the next level. Here are a few ideas to consider. Continue reading Five Features Of A Tricked-Out Backyard
We all know what a video doorbell is. Despite its obvious usefulness, there aren’t many around. Well, at least, not many of reputable brands that boasts integration with its own smart lock anyways. Speaking of integration with its own smart lock, here’s a new one from smart lock maker August called August View Doorbell Camera. View does everything you expect of a video doorbell, including instant motion alerts, on-demand live video streaming, two-way audio communication, and of course, doorbell functionality that actually includes a wireless chime. Continue reading August’s New Video Doorbell Is Wireless, Records In 1440p
I can’t remember when was the last time I reach out for a sticky tape, but I did had wasabi a couple weeks ago to go with some really awesome salmon. Both of those has nothing to do with the SUCK UK Sushi Tape. But wasabi does has in common with sushi, just not these sticky tape. Designed by British illustrator Rosie Upright for novelty goods store, SUCK UK, the Sushi Tape is a set of four decorative paper tapes designed to look just like your favorite Japanese delicacy. Continue reading Sticky Tapes That Look Like Tasty Sushi: You Know You Want Them, Don’t You?
Collapsible umbrella is possibly one of the greatest inventions in mankind’s history. It is not without its flaws, though. Due to the size, it is frail and it tends to flip inside out when assaulted by updrafts. In 2015, a Canadian startup solved this nagging issue by engineering a suspension system inspired by automotive that allows each rib to flex independently against the frame, thereby allowing trapped air to escape and not put the umbrella under undue stress. Continue reading The Umbrella With Auto-inspired Suspension System Gets An Update
If you have been following this blog, you will know our weakness for all-thing concrete and as such, when we first lay our eyes on the Concrete Valet Tray (basically, a desktop tidy or a desktop organizer), we knew immediately that we have to share with you guys. We are not buying for you, but you can sure pick up this awesomeness for 50 bucks on Uncrate. We are not affiliated, so you can shop without us benefiting from it. Damn you, cruel bastards. Just kidding! Continue reading Concrete Valet Tray: Tidying Up Your Desk Has Never Been This Concrete
Louis Vuitton is slowly catching up with Tiffany in dishing out everyday items that cost a bomb. The latest rumored to join the Parisian fashion house is this, a Louis Vuitton Coloring Pencils. This being LV, you can expect nothing less than the iconic brown LV monogram and in the case (pun not intended, btw) of this uber luxurious coloring pencils, it will come in a stylish roll-up leather with the signature monogram motif on the outside and on the inside, you will find 40 wooden color pencils individually slotted in textured leather loops. Continue reading Here’s A Set Of Coloring Pencils From Louis Vuitton For Richie Rich
When it comes to Thor’s mythical hammer, Mjolnir, there is nothing it can’t do. It can make Thor fly. It can pretty smash through everything and anything. And for times when it does not need follow its worthy owner on his superhero quest, it tenderizes meat, doubles as a toolbox, charge your smartphone, and my favorite of all, as a headphone stand Now, as it turns out, the God of Thunder’s trusty magical hammer can serve as, wait for it… a toilet paper holder too. Like, who knew right? Absolutely wacky, but no less desirable. I am totally sold. Continue reading Who Would Have Thought The Mjolnir Is Good As A Toilet Paper Holder Too?
If you are in the market for a video doorbell with all the bells and whistles, but won’t rip a hole in your bank account, then the Remo+ RemoBell S Video Doorbell might just be it. The RemoBell S Video Doorbell is California headquartered video doorbell maker’s next generation video doorbell that touts a wider field of view, improved resolution, and even motion zone customization for under 100 bucks that include a free 3-day cloud storage. Well, not that 3 days is a lot. Just saying… but the launch price is certainly an attractive proposition. Not going to lie. Continue reading Remo+ Introduced Feature-packed Video Doorbell That Cost Just $99
I don’t remember when was the last time we need to slice a pizza. They always come sliced, aren’t they? However, if you ever find yourself needing to slice pizzas, then I can only imagine that you will meet with the age of old problem of equality. Humans are not robots and as such only a few gifted pizza cutter (person, not tool, btw) can slice equal proportion slices. It is precisely because of our inability to be fair, there is the LloydPans 8-Slice Pizza Cutter, otherwise known as The Equalizer Multi-Blade Rocker Knife. The latter pretty much says it all, doesn’t it? Continue reading LloydPans 8-Slice Pizza Cutter: Rocking Your Way To Equal Size Slices
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