Radius Outfitters makes this organizer box for overlanding. It’s ideal for small equipment like first aid items, flashlights, cameras, snacks, and utensils. It’s made from a durable ballistic material with a rigid top and bottom, a removable lid with a magnetic catch, and leather handles. Includes six dividers for customizing.
MecArmy’s compact stainless steel flashlight can blast out a beam of up to 2000 lumens. It’s got four bright CREE XP-G3 LEDs, runs for as long as 60 hours in low mode, and can recharge in 2.5 hours. It’s IPX7-rated waterproof, and its case has an anti-roll design with a grippy, textured body. Choose from a polished, sandblasted, or stonewashed finish.
This rugged toiletry bag was designed to provide access to supplies no matter where your travels take you. Its rounded corners won’t snag in your luggage, and its main compartment provides quick access to frequently-used items. It has mesh and plastic zippered compartments and a swivel steel hook for hanging.
A Bugatti Chiron costs at least $2 million. To save money, Steven Song and a team of builders made their own Bugatti using junkyard parts. They started with a busted-out Pontiac G6, then built a custom metal frame, sculpted a mesh and foam form, and covered it with Bondo. It wasn’t without setbacks, but they eventually finished the Walmart Bugatti.
Want a wallet with more space than minimalist designs? Distil Union’s Zipwallet has a zippered compartment with more than enough space for your cards, cash, coins, keys, and more. They also made sure it has enough space to hold an Apple AirTag and it has an external slot for frequently used cards. Made from full-grain leather with a sturdy YKK zipper.
We never really thought about it before, but some hammers are made with other hammers. This video from Process X takes us inside a small tool factory in Japan to see how a skilled blacksmith makes various traditional hammer heads by forging steel and shaping each one using a pneumatic power hammer and hand tools.
This substantial folding knife features carbon fiber liners and spacers to reduce weight. SOG’s XR mechanism ensures confident locking, and its 3″ tanto-style blade is made from CRYO CTS XHP steel for corrosion resistance and edge retention. Available in Orange G10 + graphite and Blackout Micarta + graphite.
ChatGPT is one of the most talked-about subjects of the decade. Despite its questionable accuracy, it does an amazing job of creating human-sounding text. Squirrel Monkey set their time machine to 1988 to see what the AI might have been like had OpenAI released the tech 40 years prematurely. Offline mode would have been particularly awful.
If you use a Dremel or another hobby tool, you’ve probably got a bunch of bits rolling around your toolbox or drawer. This workbench accessory from NanoBox3D keeps all of your bits, discs, and sanding wheels neatly organized. The two-part unit is 3D printed from durable PETG filament and comes in 10 colors. (Bits not included)
(PG-13: Language) The Wilhelm Scream is known as one of the most overused sound effects in the history of movies and TV. While this sound effect of an audience gasping has yet to catch up with old Wilhelm, it definitely has been used way too many times. There’s a full list of its uses on the Sound Effects Wiki.
Enjoy every sip of your whiskey in style with this beautiful drinking glass, featuring a design inspired by a comet orbiting the Sun. Each is handcrafted using traditional Japanese techniques, creating a textured surface with an irregular but polished edge. Holds 380 ml. or 12.8 oz., and comes packaged in a wooden container.
Luke from Instrument Maniac bests his 91 instrument performance, with 20 additional ways to play music. This, the snippets connect into a single song rather than just playing the same lick repeatedly. For a real challenge, try naming as many instruments as you can with your eyes closed.
GlowDaddy’s Velcro glow-in-the-dark cards can be used alone or attached to the hook-and-loop panels found on tactical bags. Each is precision cut from HyperGlow luminescent material, which can glow brightly for hours after exposure to direct sunlight or a UV light source. The card measures 3.37″ L x 2.1″ W x 0.12″ thick.
Gearheads who are also beerheads need this spark plug bottle opener. 4PhaseFabrication makes each piece by hand, welding a heavy-duty steel opener of their own design to a recycled spark plug. They’re only accepting Xmas 2023 orders through 12.9, so don’t hesitate!
Not to be confused with the similarly-named song by The Smiths, modern-day philosopher exurb1a is back to fill our brains with another fascinating perspective on our existence. Along the way, he challenges our perceptions of time, place, and self and explains the basic concepts of metaphysics.
This handy pocket multitool from TRUE packs a knife, a scraper, a magnetic 1/4″ bit driver, and a bottle opener. Its 2.75″ tanto-style blade is made from 3Cr13 Steel with a liner lock mechanism, and its bit driver arm can lock in 90º or 180º positions. Includes Phillips and flat driver bits along with a pocket clip.
The makers of Clash of Clans asked I did a thing to build something inspired by the game. He decided to build a real-world version of the strategy game’s hidden spring trap. Powered by a pair of car suspension springs and pulled into place with a winch, the final version won’t just launch victims into the air; it might break some bones.
This awesome new LEGO Creator series kit is just under 20 bucks and makes a great gift for photographers. The 261-piece set offers three building options: a 35 mm camera with film cartridges, a camcorder, or a mini television. The only thing wrong with it is that it won’t ship until right after Christmas.
Now you do what Robotnik told ya. Chiptune musician fxsnowy took Rage Against the Machine’s track Killing in the Name and programmed it to play with the 16-bit sounds of the SEGA Genesis game console. It’s time for Sonic and Tails to rise up and take the power back.
These days, you can use your phone as a digital level. But we prefer the visual of a physical bubble level. This pocket-size 4″ level has accurate horizontal and vertical vials and a V-groove with magnets to grip pipe, conduit, and other metal surfaces. Includes a carabiner clip for attaching to a tool belt or bag.
Electronic geeks will get a kick out of these coasters from MODelivery. They’re made from real colored circuit boards with a thin layer of gold on the conductive circuit traces. The circuit design is based on a microcontroller board layout with “Place Cup Here” text printed on its edge. They’re sold in sets of two or six.
We enjoy watching Drumeo’s series, where they ask musicians to create the drum track for a song they’ve never heard. In this session, they challenged Julliard jazz professor Ulysses Owens Jr. to perform the Nirvana song In Bloom. Ulysses’ interpretation both touches on the original and adds some new flourishes compared to Dave Grohl’s original.