Stop wasting money on cheap and tacky razors, instead invest in a limited edition Ursa Major Black Walnut Razor ($36). Expertly crafted using reclaimed black walnut for the handle each piece is just as unique as the first. Its beauty can only be matched by the quality of the blade, and is compatible with both Gillette and Venus offerings. The initial release sold out in the first two days, so grab one before they're gone for good!
If you like bikes, robots, or just plain ole cool stuff then you have to take a look at the Robots Made from Recycled Bike Parts ($14-$131) by Felvarrom. The imagination behind these little works of art is borderline genius. The robots are made from pieces of bike hubs, brakes, chain links and assorted screws and nuts. For an original work of art you really can't beat the price.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup“, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Teacher Breaks Bad, Runs $1.5 Million Coke Lab Out of His Home - Gawker
2. Blowback From The Rift - TechCrunch
3. State Of The Union: Ivy League Style - Four Pins
4. House Republicans Hope to Block President Obama’s Ability to Form New National Parks and Monuments - Inhabitat
5. Apple Engineer Reveals the Secret History of the iPhone - Mashable
6. Minecraft For Oculus Rift Cancelled By Notch After Facebook Acquisition - Geeky Gadgets
If your dealing wth Carpal tunnel syndrome, or just want the next cool thing for your desktop, then check out the Bat Levitating Wireless Computer Mouse by KIBARDIN ($TBA). Once The Bat is available, it will come with a base - mouse pad and floating mouse with magnet ring. The primary goal of the Bat is to aleviate Carpal tunnel syndrome suffered by those who spend extended periods using computer perifpherals.
Are you ready to take control of your coffee like never before? The engineering geniuses at Ikawa have made the Ikawa Coffee Roaster ($750+), the world’s first digital micro-roaster, and it’s going to revolutionise the way you make and experience coffee. Unlock intriguing flavours and alluring aromas in minute’s right in the comfort of your own home! It’s time to discover the true potential and benefits of roasting your own coffee and thanks to Ikawa you can do it like never before. Simply select a roast recipe using the app on your smartphone, pop the beans into the roaster and wait on perfection. Join other coffee aficionados waiting to be the first to experience the freshest coffee you could imagine and invest in the Ikawa Coffee Roaster right now.
Don't get your hopes up, the car pictured above is nothing more than a graphic rendering. The Bugatti Gandloff Concept, designed by Pawel Czyzewski, gets its inspiration from the 1938 Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe. Here's hoping this machine hits the showroom floor someday.