Futurefarms Spacepot Grow System

A hydroponics growing system for the masses, Futurefarms’ Spacepot takes all the work and maintenance out of growing fresh herbs. There’s little soil involved; instead, the plants grow bigger and faster in nutrient-rich water since crucial resources are more easily accessible. So using a Spacepot is as easy as filling it with a water and nutrient mix, planting seeds in the Growpod’s growth medium, and then waiting, no watering necessary. A…

GET IT: $50


Ironate Stovetop Pizza Cooker

Nothing compares to crispy pizza fresh from a genuine pizza oven, but anyone without the room or cash to drop on one can opt for the next best thing: the Ironate Stovetop Pizza Cooker. Load one with a pizza — frozen or fresh — and pop it on any type of stovetop, or even a grill or campfire. Its high carbon steel construction soaks up heat and disperses it into the pizza, with a…

GET IT: $145


Gather Modular Desk Organizer

Your workspace is packed with various miscellany and tools that all need to be kept within arms reach, a daunting task that the Gather Modular Desk Organizer is well-equipped to handle. This sleek, solid walnut or maple slab sits on your desk and features several slots in which to fit various white ABS components that span a phone holder, a sticky note pad, a pen holder, and both small and large trays. The pieces can…

GET IT: $100+


Killspencer Dog Collection

Killspencer’s black-on-black leather luxuries are finally coming to a pet near you. The Killspencer Dog Collection features expertly constructed leashes, collars, and harnesses, all handmade in their Los Angeles Workshop of thick bullhide leather or 1200lb mil-spec black nylon webbing. The leash comes in your choice of the two materials as does the adjustable collar (shown, left), which also features a military grade Cobra buckle, while the harness comes…

GET IT: $65+


Woolsey Shuffleboard Table

A shuffleboard table, not unlike a pool table, dominates the room its in. So make sure it makes the right statement. Sean Woolsey Studio’s Woolsey Shuffleboard Table certainly does with its fourteen foot long rift-sawn white oak top that’s finished with two coats of UV-resistant epoxy resin, grey felt-lined gutters around the board, and angular solid black walnut legs with hidden levellers for setting up a flat, fair playing surface on uneven…

GET IT: $14,000


Outdoor Edge Grill-Beam Tongs & Spatula

Keep grilling day and night with Outdoor Edge’s Grill-Beam Tongs & Spatula. This two piece series features a removable LED tactical torch on each tool that shines 22 lumens straight onto the burger you’re flipping. Available in either a tong version or a spatula version with a tong, they both also features a sliding shaft to extend the tools if you need to put more space between the fire and your hand (at…

GET IT: $35+


Stadler Made Outdoor Pizza Oven

Nothing wrong with electric ovens, but if you want to make real good pizza you’ll need something that gets hotter. The Stadler Made Outdoor Pizza Oven is just such an oven. Get a wood fire going and stoke it up to temperatures as high as 750 degrees Fahrenheit. Two integrated baking stones above and beneath the upper chamber absorb the heat and pass it onto the pizza (or whatever…

GET IT: ~$300

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Millo Smoothie Maker

Dubbed a smart blender, the Millo Smoothie Maker promises to be the best designed blender you’ve ever laid eyes on. The small blender’s Air Drive system employs magnets to power the blade, eliminating three quarters of the noise of traditional blenders (and one of their biggest annoyances). Moreover the blending chamber and the cap that seals it — which also contains the blade — screw together and aren’t physically attached…

GET IT: ~$315


Framed Tweets

When will our collective obsessions with Twitter — and the things said on the platform —end? Nobody knows, and Framed Tweets shows that it’s not subsiding. This company literally does what it says, printing Tweets on high quality matte archival paper and framing them in ornate golden frames. Their collection includes notable brand fails, a variety of tweets from celebrities like Kanye and Jaden (the latter who also has a…

GET IT: $49


Bricks Bookcase

Designer Gerard De Hoop’s Bricks Bookcase is a touch more airy than its more traditional hardwood counterparts. This free-standing metal bookcase is made of 8mm wide bar steel that’s powder coated black, taking a cubic form, with slots for books big and small, that looks as good whether you’ve filled it with ten books or fifty. And since its contents are just as accessible from either side of the bookcase…

GET IT: ~$1,600


STOA Replay Arcade Cabinets

In this day and age where gaming is a literal profession for some, nearly as much attention is given to video game systems of old as it is to newer games. Case in point: the sold-out Nintendo NES Classic Edition, the Analogue NT, and now STOA’s Replay Arcade Cabinets. These retro gaming cabinets are premium and bespoke, above all else, and feature seamless designs, high quality paint jobs, and a…

GET IT: $5,000+


MicroBot Push 2

The internet of things promises great things. But what if you don’t plan on replacing every existing product in your home with new, connected versions? Try rigging up a MicroBot Push 2 to semi-automate it. So long as there’s a crucial button to press, this compact, robotic button pusher can do it for you and from anywhere. The second-generation device boasts more durable gears than the original and operates more…

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Mayku FormBox

It’s compact and not particularly high tech, but the Mayku FormBox can help you make stuff that your 3D printer couldn’t dream of — though they’d work particularly well together, and you’ll soon see why. This desktop vacuum former plugs to your existing vacuum cleaner using a universal adapter and makes molds of things in seconds: just load in a thermo-plastic sheet (ABS, polystyrene, polycarbonate, or other plastic…

GET IT: $500


Ferrari x Poltrona Frau Cockpit Desk Chair

The Ferrari x Poltrona Frau Cockpit Desk Chair is to your run-of-the-mill desk chair what a Ferrari’s seat is to a Hyundai’s: better, and certainly more luxurious. Available in two versions — the high-backrest President (shown, left) and the smaller Executive (right) — both swivel, can recline, and be raised and lowered, but more importantly are inspired from the ergonomics of competitive racing seats despite the fact that the only…


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JAG Grills

More than just a grate with fire under it, the JAG is a grill, fire pit and table all in one. When used as a grill, JAG’s octagonal shape lets eight simultaneously cook whatever they please on their own individual grill, arranged around a center fire grate. Just like a conventional grill, the grates are removable for easy cleaning. And when you’re finished eating, everyone can relax around the central fire…

GET IT: $2,500+


Friday Labs Smart Lock

Dubbed the world’s smallest retrofitted connected lock, the Friday Labs Smart Lock may also take the prize for most inconspicuous, since you’d never really guess it was electronic just by looking at it. Its clean, elegant design takes inspiration from the Saddle Roof, and thanks to a universal baseplate it’ll fit over all US deadbolts and Eurocylinder locks so you can install one on the inside of your door all by yourself using just…

GET IT: $250


Ecobee4 Alexa-Enabled Smart Thermostat

With far-field voice recognition and Amazon’s Alexa integrated right in, the Ecobee4 Alexa-Enabled Smart Thermostat is an extension of your home’s temperature control system that doubles as yet another voice control hub. Of course you’re welcome to play with settings directly on its large touchscreen display, but speaking to it from anywhere in the room can accomplish the same thing on top of Alexa’s usual duties of ordering pizza and…

GET IT: $250


Absolut Hangsmart

Hanging prints is often an incredibly frustrating experience, from predicting where exactly the frame will end up when a nail is placed somewhere to repeatedly having to level after the fact. The Absolut Hangsmart — a venture spawned by that Absolut — makes hanging art much more user-friendly. There’s no need for nails (they’re optional), measuring tapes, spirit levels, or any other tools really: just stick it to a wall by hand…

GET IT: $24


PCBJ Beef Jerky Candle

Your man cave isn’t lacking in scents like potpourri and cherry blossom. So instead of grabbing a candle that smells like the above (or other, similarly emasculating scents) try a PCBJ Beef Jerky Candle. The soy wax candle is the result of a collaboration between People’s Choice Beef Jerky and Chicago-based Wax & Wick, pairing a long-lasting (up to 60 hours or so) soy wax with a sturdy wooden…


Creek Cutler Repurposed File Knives

The knurling on the knife handle and base of the blade isn’t just for show. It’s there because Creek Cutler’s Repurposed File Knives are, as their name indicates, reborn after serving a life in the form of a farrier or metal working file — though this patterning also conveniently serves to increase your grip on what’s an otherwise very sharp knife. The to-be-scrapped carbon steel files are forged, reheated, and…

GET IT: ~$160+


Modpool Shipping Container Pool

Investing in an in-ground pool is risky if your career comes with the possibility — or necessity — of an eventual upheaval and relocation. Not that most above ground pools are much easier to move. One exception: the Modpool Shipping Container Pool. Because it’s built into a modified and windowed shipping container this pool is both easier to set up and dismantle, and doesn’t require the pouring of concrete or the…

GET IT: $27,000+

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Brewing your own beer is a great hobby but learning all the ins and outs is unavoidably time consuming. PicoBrew’s been making it easier for some time, and their new Pico C brewing appliance and PicoStill, in particular, expand what you can create at home. The PicoStill is a distilling attachment that’s compatible with both previous and current Pico and Zymatic brewing appliances, and sits atop the Pico C…

GET IT: $170+


Teodoor Smart Lock

There’s no keypad, nor a dizzying amount of buttons on the Teodoor Smart Lock, which installs on the inside of your door rather than outside (the reason for this in a minute). Instead, interacting with it physically is as simple as twisting its circular handle, though of course the accompanying Bluetooth-connected app can handle this for you with a click. This system is easier to install than most smart…

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Albert Clock

Telling time has always been a science. From observing the orbital rotation of planets to the first clock designed for maritime travel, pendulum clocks on a pitching and yawing ship being so annoying… and those damn Westminster chimes. The Albert Clock by Axel Schindlbeck designs, the self ascribed purveyor of products, objects, spaces and stuff you don’t need, makes telling time once again that much more sciencey. The…

GET IT: ~$300