Never battle with crowds, struggle for a seat, or have to hang about outside on the pavement just to enjoy your favourite beer again! The Fizzics DraftPour gives you nitro-style draft beer from ANY can or bottle. Even the cheapest economy lager can be instantly transformed into a luxurious draft pint with just one pull of the lever.
The DraftPour may be a sleek piece of kit, but it's deceptively high tech under the hood, applying sound waves to convert your beer's natural carbonation into a smooth micro-foam. These diddy little bubbles create the optimal density for enhanced aroma, flavour, and a silky smooth mouth-feel.
Get a fruit machine and a few boxes of pork scratchings in and you’ve basically completely replicated your local pub. Sticky bar-top and ancient, dubiously-stained carpet not included.
Get some popcorn crackling away on the hob, dim the lights, and slip your smartphone into the back of the Project Yourself Cardboard Projector. This stylish and portable package features a high-quality glass lens with an impressive 8x magnification to transform your miniature mobile movies into glorious cinematic events.
Don't get us wrong, we love going to the cinema but here are six reasons why this is a pretty solid upgrade:
- A bunch of kids aren't going to talk over the whole thing
- Enjoy sensibly priced popcorn and drinks
- You can eat an obnoxiously smelly hotdog without feeling self-conscious
- Just pause the film if you need to nip to the toilet
- You can even stop it completely if it turns out to be a dreadful choice
- Seriously comfy seats and generous leg-room for all ...we'll leave it up to you whether you want to play half an hour of trailers and car adverts.
Well, technically you’ll be hitting the controller, not the console itself. But the concept remains the same.
In case you hadn’t already gathered, this is an alarm clock in the design of a PlayStation controller. What a sick gift for gamers, or even just someone who longs for the trill of an authentic alarm clock rather than their iPhone’s ‘radar’.
We’re not about to put style over substance, though. This thing is USB powered (cable included), has a reverse LED screen with a backlight and makes classic beeping alarm sounds. Truly a digital alarm clock for the ages.
This storm cloud was what Admiral Fitzroy used on his epic voyage with Charles Darwin aboard the HMS Beagle. In 1831. And we’ve been collectively sleeping on this advanced alien sorcery. Unbelievable.
Basically, the liquid inside the storm cloud will indicate what the weather has in store for you. It’s full of these delicate little crystals that freak out to match the weather.
We know, we were all skeptical, too. But then it started hailing and we knew before it even happened. True story.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s get down to business. Everyone’s favourite marketing tool has been miniaturised (or shrunkled, to use the technical term) down to fit on your desk. Now YOU can enjoy 18 inches of wacky waving inflatable arm-flailing tube man fun in the comfort of your own home.
“But does he manically flail just like the real thing?”
Of course he does, you beautiful fool. This battery powered masterpiece goes all over the place. He’s uncontrollable. Wiggling. Shimmying. Shaking like a toddler after some original recipe Sunny Delight. He wouldn’t be a real wacky waving inflatable arm-flailing tube man without waving and flailing. He’d merely be a wacky inflatable tube man, and that’s no fun at all.
But the fun doesn't stop there! Get your reading glasses out and discover the incredible origins of the wacky, wacky tube man in the fascinating 32-page mini book included with your very own wacky tube man. Yay, education!
Fun Fact: This wacky waving tube man wasn’t always known by that name - he was originally called The Tall Boy.
The bodhug Weighted Body Wrap uses the relaxing properties of gentle weight to loosen up tight shoulder, neck and back areas. The deep pressure from the weighted collar relaxes and stabilises the muscles which means less trips to the masseuse. Unlike an actual masseuse, the body wrap doesn’t care if you’ve shaved, make you wear those weird paper pants, or ask you awkward questions in a whispery voice - and best of all, you can wear it anywhere!
This miniature marvel features Santa Clause atop his bright red sleigh, pulled by four of his fastest reindeers, along with a big sack of prezzies in the back, naturally. Three sets of powerful mini propellers keep Saint Nick afloat while you can easily manoeuvre him about with the included radio control.
You could whizz him past your children's bedroom window on Christmas eve to blow their minds, or you could fly him through the house to guide them to their presents on Christmas day! He even makes the perfect airborne accompaniment to a wintery walk. Happy festive flying!
Using cutting-edge electromagnetic technology, this stylish geometric plant pot defies gravity and hovers your favourite houseplants in mid-air. As practical as it is attention-grabbing, the Levitos Plant Pot is designed to slowly rotate while suspended; this allows your plant to soak up sunlight from all angles and reduce lopsided growth. It's also just incredibly calming to watch!
Floating atop its classy walnut-look base, this futuristic fusion of nature and technology is the perfect statement piece for your home.
There’s no doubts about it, this bit of kit is gonna be your new best friend. The iDream Smart Eye Massager is designed to apply calming pressure and soothing heat to help alleviate the strain caused by excessive screen time and not enough sleep. And, unlike an actual (selfish) masseuse, it doesn’t need breaks or food. By encouraging blood circulation and blood vessel dilation, iDream can even help reduce dark circles, puffiness and dry eyes. It’s also got bluetooth so you can have your own tunes delivered straight to your ears to help you relax.
Sleek, oval-shaped, gravity-defying mood light? Good guess but it's not quite right. Heng means "balance" in Chinese.
Heaven knows we could all use a bit of balance in our lives right now, and this effortlessly-cool lamp is the perfect way to bring a stylish sense of calm into your living space.
The Heng Balance Lamp is turned on and off with the two balls in the centre. Once you pick up the lower ball and move it near the upper one, the two balls will find a harmony and levitate in mid-air to turn the lamp on. It is indescribably satisfying to behold.
Introducing the Finger Dance Machine.
It's exactly as it sounds, a classic retro-style dance machine... for your fingers! All you have to do is install the free Finger Dance Game app on your smartphone and then connect it wirelessly to the machine – you'll be shaking that pinky and gyrating those knuckle joints in no time. The app includes heaps of tunes, all with different complexities and speeds that are guaranteed to trip up even the most dextrous digits.
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Unlike the real deal, you won't be squinting aimlessly into the dark. The Flux model features custom made 5 watt LEDs for optimal visibility and advanced multilevel glass lenses that allow for better-than-real-life projection. There’s even an advanced shooting star function so you don’t miss out on any aspect of real life stargazing.
Instead of shivering in your gloves and hat, truly relax under the stars from your sofa, bed, or even the floor. There’s nothing more peaceful than falling asleep under the stars - only this time you don’t need to be paranoid that you’ll wake up to a fox nibbling your toes. The Flux doesn’t make any sounds so you can drift off in peace. And with the 15/30/60 minute timers, you don't even need to worry about turning it off when you’re asleep.
When you become acclimated to coat-less stargazing, you’ll never settle for the cold, harsh outdoors again.
This stylish little skull uses the same 'futuristic alien technology' Admiral Fitzroy employed to preempt a storm on his famous voyage with Charles Darwin, aboard the HMS Beagle. The liquid crystals inside the skull react to atmospheric conditions and change their form to indicate what the weather has in store for you!
Don't rely on iffy weather apps or looking out the window, just glance at this skull to get the inside scoop on the day ahead.