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Micaton magnetic screw holder makes DIY easier

Micaton magnetic screw holder makes DIY easier

Anyone who has tried to build or repair something that needed a few screws put in it knows that getting those screws started can be a literal pain. Slip the screwdriver off the screw head and it always seems to want to cut fingers or mar wood. A new device called the Micaton magnetic screw holder promises to make screwing things together easier and less painful.

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Stowaway stores your bicycle overhead

Stowaway stores your bicycle overhead

City life all but guarantees you have a bicycle at home, and that bicycle probably takes up a lot of room, relatively speaking. Unless you’re fortunate enough to have a balcony for storage, stowing the bicycle when not in use means taking up precious space that would be better used elsewhere. Enter Stowaway, a bike storage system that stores the bicycle overhead without hassle.

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Lampster LED lamp stands on its own two feet

Lampster LED lamp stands on its own two feet

Most desk lamps are the same variation of a standard lamp we have seen many times over the years. An entirely new lamp design has turned up on Kickstarter and it has a very interesting design. Lampster looks like a little robot with a head that happens to be an LED light. It has a torso, two arms, and two legs and stands up on your desk posing like some little superhero.

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G-Ro Intelligent luggage has off-road wheels and optional battery

G-Ro Intelligent luggage has off-road wheels and optional battery

Finding the right carry-on luggage isn’t always an easy thing to do. Sometimes the bags are a bit too large and don’t fit well into the overhead bins. Other times the bags don't have the features that make them user friendly. A new carry-on bag has turned up on Kickstarter called the G-Ro and it has all the features that frequent travelers will want.

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Zafirro Z2 razor’s ultra-sharp sapphire blades are 80 atoms thick

Zafirro Z2 razor’s ultra-sharp sapphire blades are 80 atoms thick

Zafirro, Inc. has a new razor by the same name, and though at first glance it appears to be an ordinary shaving razor, it has a (very) thin secret nestled within: a razor blade made of white sapphire that is only 80 atoms thick at the tip. The company tasked itself with using nanotechnology and “the most significant technological advances” to revamp classic razors, and the result is a blade that is much thinner than stainless steel while being 100 times more durable.

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Cast live streams content to friends and family around the world at the same time

Cast live streams content to friends and family around the world at the same time

Friends and family might be scattered all over the world but you can still watch movies or other content as a group no matter where everyone is located with Cast. Cast is a device that is able to live stream and mirror any content from your device onto the devices of friends and family to be watched at the same time anywhere in the world.

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Auroma One coffee maker learns taste preferences

Auroma One coffee maker learns taste preferences

For some, coffee is akin to art, a daily ritual deserving of one’s special attention and a little extra time. The Auroma One coffee brewer is aimed at those who feel that way, promising high-quality coffee in a single-serve fashion. The maker hawks Auroma as being a “coffee science machine,” and it has a design flavor to match. Counted among its features is the ability to learn the owner’s taste preferences.

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Apple Watch owners are Kickstarting a string strap

Apple Watch owners are Kickstarting a string strap

Today we've come across a crowd-funded accessory that'll work for most any smartwatch, but is aimed at the Apple Watch in particular. This accessory is essentially a series of pieces of die-cast zinc, twine strands, and a bit of silicone rubber. While the actual execution may seem like a strange use of $30 USD, the concept is sound. While it may look strange, the space between the base of your thumb and your index finger is the ideal place to glance for a smart watch face.

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Pulse gives your remote control over DSLR and Mirrorless cameras

Pulse gives your remote control over DSLR and Mirrorless cameras

There are times when you don't want to touch your camera or when if you do touch the camera it can mess up your long exposure shots. In these instances you need some way to control your camera remotely and if you want more control than a basic shutter remote can give you, Pulse is worth a look.

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Beagle sensors monitor a home’s health quality

Beagle sensors monitor a home’s health quality

Sensors that monitor the inside of one’s home or office are nothing new, but most of them focus on security, not health. While there are indoor health monitoring devices, they usually come as a single device, which needs to be placed in a centralized region in the building or house. Beagle is different, serving as a home quality system composed of a base station and various sensors that can be added on to it.

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Hummingbird folding bicycle is ultra-light at 14lbs

Hummingbird folding bicycle is ultra-light at 14lbs

Folding bicycles are designed to be compact, and that's usually so they can be toted onto a train or bus as well as being stored in tight spaces. For this reason, folding bikes usually need to be as light as they are compact, but achieving a light weight can be difficult without sacrificing usability. Enter Hummingbird, a new folding bike that packs many features, as well as a very light 6.5kg/14lbs weight.

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Grasp Lock uses biometrics to unlock your bike

Grasp Lock uses biometrics to unlock your bike

Bicycles, convenient as they are, are vulnerable to theft, and no sane person would leave one parked somewhere sans a bike lock. Not all bike locks are created equal, of course, but most of them have one thing in common: inconvenience. Depending on the lock, securing and unlocking your bike can be cumbersome, an issue eliminated by “Grasp”, the team behind the Grasp Lock.

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