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Ride Safer At Night With The Commuter X4 LED Bike Light

The Commuter X4 from Veglo Lights is a wearable, fiber optic rear bike light that helps drivers judge distance, width and speed of cyclists. A second place finisher at Britain’s Inventors’ Project from the Gadget Show Live 2014, this item could really make a splash in bicycle safety and save lives in the process. The central light is a super bright LED chip and the fibre optics run off LEDs. The transparent diffuser lens, made from a polycarbonate injection moulding, disperses and refracts light to prevent dazzling other road users. There are two brightness settings on the central piece (30 Read More

Shut Your Mutt With Bark Suppressing Collar

Got a mutt that won’t shut? In that case, you should think about picking up the Bark Deterring Ultrasonic Collar from Hammacher. This device emits an ultrasonic sound that is inaudible to the human ear whenever Fido decides he wants to wake up the neighborhood. The sound is unpleasant to the dog, but not damaging. As a result, he starts to associate the unpleasant sound with that of his own bark and decides to stop doing it. LED lights built in to the collar will let you know battery status so you can be sure to have it replaced before Read More

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Own A Fire-Breathing Dragon — A Real One!

We had to check the date on this one to make sure Hammacher wasn’t pulling our lariat in some kind of elaborate April Fool’s Day prank. This is an actual robot dragon, around 40 pounds in size. He’s not only capable of leaving the ground and taking a 10-minute flight, he can also emit a three-foot blast of fire via a cleverly concealed propane tank and igniter that is built in to his maw. A miniature turbine engine built into the beast’s chest provides thrust that exits the rear at 500 miles per hour, the website notes, while the creature Read More

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Moto360 Bucks The Smartwatch Trends

The Moto360 is a new round-faced smartwatch that takes a classic approach to the modern timepiece. (Looks like someone was listening when a certain designer (featured here) uploaded his concepts to Behance earlier this week.) In reality, Motorola has had this in its plans for quite some time, illustrated by the amount of progress they’ve made in making this a reality. Up to this point, most (if not all) smartwatch designs have been built for rectangular form factors.  Moto360 says, Enough!, and actually utilizes authentic leathers and metals for a modern, Android-powered device that is a true wristwatch in every Read More

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Mail Run Yet? Postybell Lets You Know

Postybell is a very special kind of awesomeness for those of us who actually still get some of our paychecks by mail (i.e. freelancers and other work-at-home types). Postybell is a sensor that you place inside your mailbox. Then, no matter how far away you are, whenever anyone puts anything in there, you get a notification on your smartphone. This is especially great for those days when you can’t remember if the mail runs or not. And unlike other devices that have attempted to do something similar, this does not rely on Wi-Fi or Bluetooth technologies. Postybell actually eliminates the Read More

Coburn Jr.: A Functional, Minimal IPhone Stand

Previously on inStash, we brought you the Coburns iPad Stand that fits in your pocket. Well, it was only a matter of time before the team behind it got their heads back together and rolled out a version that plays friendly with your iPhone. Meet the Coburn Jr. This cute little knickknack can position your phone in a number of helpful places, including upright vertically, tilted horizontally, and more. All it needs is an edge, and it can give you the exact positioning you need at the time. No idea on price or launch date for this next round of Read More

Bot Rop: The Boatrope For Lousy Tie-ers

The Bot Rop (pronounced “Boatrope,” but we figured no one would search for this with the long sound pronunciation marks over the two o’s, may not be the most polished Indiegogo campaign that we’ve ever seen, but it certainly seems like a practical solution to the problem of tying knots to keep your boat secured while docked. The device sits in a round cutout on the pier itself. The rope is inside with a carabiner attached.  Any time you get ready to tie, just lift the door, pull out the rope, and attach the carabiner to the boat. Voila: secure! Read More

Take A Drink Out Of The Ol’ Apple

Yes, it shames me to admit it, but I am the guy who relies on hipster Apple to push me through my day and reach full earning potential. I never thought I’d be “that guy,” but here I am immersed fully in the ecosystem. No knocks against Android here: it’s just a matter of preference. Needless to say, guys like me are going to really dig this concept from designer Tomislav Zvonarić.  It’s an Apple iCup, shaped like the iconic logo with plenty of room for your java — at least the first of eight cups — and even an Read More

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