Rubber band wars are about to be kicked up a notch with this Elastic-precision Rubber Band Sub-machine gun ($115). Made from pure tough and steady Maple wood this fantastic gadget can be loaded with up to 24 rubber bands that can be fired up to 30 feet in the air with a simple pull of the trigger. Designed to emulate the classic look of the famous MP5 machine gun this American made rubber band gun would make a great addition to any party and is available right now.
Smart watches might be a new piece of tech in the world however they are having a hard time winning over fans of more traditional watches. But now you can have the best of both worlds with the new LINK System ($249). Designed by Wearatec based in Toronto Canada the LINK will add a variety of smart features to your watch including adding smartphone connectivity to keep you updated with notifications, appointments, and messages. LINK launched earlier this week on Indiegogo and is looking to raise $50,000 so they can start producing straight away.
If you're in the market for a drone you need to check out the indiegogo crowdfunding campaign for the PlexiDrone ($699+). The PlexiDrone can snap together and be ready to fly in less than a minute. You can get the standard four prop configuration or you can go to 8 props. The additional propellers allow you to lift up to 3.1 lbs of cargo and tolerate much higher winds. It also comes with a cool looking hardshell backpack which carries everything you need to create awesome aerial films. Additional features include retractable landing gear, so you never have to worry about obstructions in your shot, a follow me feature, and a swarm features which allows you to control multiple drones with a single smartphone. I think I might pass out if one of these bad boys showed up on my christmas tree.
If you've been sitting on the fence about getting a 3D printer, then maybe this is just the kick you needed. Tiko: The $179 3D Printer ($179), is the least expensive printers I've seen advertised. The printer features a unibody constructions, wich provides it with strength and sustainable accuracy. Basically you spend more time printing and less time trying to calibrate your machine. Additional features include printing down to 50 microns, an enclosed printing environment, Wi-Fi so you can print from anywhere, and a printing volume up to 138.3 cubic inches. The Tiko might be too difficult to pass up. But don't think too long because its Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign goes away in 17 days.
Whenever you buy or sell a house there is lots going on behind the scenes that none of us are aware of. This is the subject of Glengarry Glen Ross ($6), the James Foley directed movie that boasts a stellar cast including Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino, Alex Baldwin, Kevin Spacey and Ed Harris. Based on David Mamet's stage play, this story of desperation and portrayal will change your conception of real estate forever, whether you work in the industry or not.
If you love the glow of vintage vacuum tubes like I do then you'll love the Blub Tube Clock ($324). The Blub combines modern technology with vintage looks. Using two buttons on the back of the clock you can change the clocks display; set the time, change between a twelve or twenty-four hour clock, change to see the date, or the temperature. It also has an alarm. The base is a CNC machined piece of aluminum that has been blasted and anodized and the Nixie tubes should last five to ten years before needing to be replaced.