October 15, 2010
Quite a while back, when I saw something similar to this in a shop holding a dummy handphone, in my mind it goes “yet another gimmick”. This show how uncreative I am in the imagination department or maybe I am just not inspired by the look.
When I saw this in Crave, I thought this thing is going to solve a lot of problems! The Spiderpodium consists of eight flexible, rubber-coated wire arms protruding from a rubber center. These arms can be bent and posed in pretty much any direction, orientation, or shape and will hold their position. Aside from your imagination, the Spiderpodium’s other limitation is the weight of the gadget being held, but again it depends on your imaginative mind to think how it is going to hold your stuffs.
Gonno get one or maybe 2!
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September 16, 2009
Aimed at the daily activity of putting on butter on bread, this is a functional packaging system that do without a butter knife. That will work if the butters that I normally took from the hotel breakfast table is not frozen solid…
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July 16, 2009
This is so cool…
“With the power of the wind, a knitting machine knits from the outside towards the inside of the building. The knitted material is harvested from time to time and rounded-off in individually packaged scarves. Each scarf has its own label which tells you in how much time it has been knitted and on which date.”
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July 7, 2009
This aperture-like design opens and closes with just a slide and glide of the tab and measures out pasta for 1 to 4 servings.
Available in 4 colours.
Extract from A + R
July 1, 2009
Sanyo rechargeable Eneloop Lamp light your home when upright or your path when held like a flashlight as it passes the 90-degree mark. It also features a healing function that emits a cool blue light. The internal AAs recharge in about 12-hours when set atop the included induction charger. Fully charged, you can expect between 3 to 45 hours of white light, 12 to 16 hours of the blue glow, and about 6 hours in flashlight mode.
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April 20, 2009
This plunger is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock, Psycho, from 1960.
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