Gadgets

You Can't Burn Yourself With This Teapot

Someone at OSHA probably has a terrifying stat about the number of workplace injuries caused by teapots. But if everyone rushes out and buys this gorgeous glass hot beverage receptacle, we can do something about this critical national issue.


The Humble Binder Clip Just Became Much More Useful 

Just because a product seems perfect doesn’t necessarily mean there isn’t room to squeeze just a little more usefulness out of it. Take the humble binder, or bulldog clip, as it’s often called. Its simple design lets it keep giant stacks of paper in order, prevent loose cables from sliding off your desk — but with a tiny design tweak, it can also serve as a handy spot to hold a cup of coffee.


I Never Realised I Needed A Bluetooth Wallet Until Now

When a new Kickstarter launches for an everyday item with (Bluetooth/NFC/WiFi/solar panels/CNC’d aluminium unibody — delete as appropriate) capabilities on board, I’m normally first in the line of jeering sceptics. But a wallet with built-in Bluetooth actually makes a lot of sense. Sign me up, please.


Huawei Accidentally Revealed Its First Android Watch

All the cool kids are peddling Android wearables these days, and it looks like Huawei is no exception: in advance of the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, it looks like the Chinese phone giant has revealed its upcoming watch in an ad.


This Tiny Toolbox Transforms Into An Entire Woodshop

Who hasn’t stumbled across an episode of This Old House or New Yankee Workshop on a lazy Sunday morning and dreamed of being as skilled a woodworker as Norm Abram?


How One Of The Most Complicated Watches In The World Is Made

Video: I don’t wear a watch and I hate time and yet I’m still so very impressed with the movement of this watch by FP Journe. It’s stunning and it is the most complicated watch that FP Journe makes because it’s a grande sonniere watch. Which means, it’s a complication that is able to audibly chime out the time.


Skip-It And Twister Now Work With A Kid-Friendly Fitness Tracker

Remember Skip-It, the toy kids shackled and spun around their ankles in an attempt to rack up the high score on its built-in counter? It’s back, and now packing some legitimate technology in the form of a kid-friendly wearable fitness tracker that remembers their high score, as well as other fitness-related metrics.


GoPro Hero4 Black And Silver Review: Still The Best Action Cams

You know how people call every kind of facial tissue “Kleenex,” even if it’s technically from another brand? These days, GoPro is practically synonymous with action cameras. I can’t use any other action cam without someone asking me, “Is that a GoPro?” But there’s a damn good reason why GoPro is on top of the world.


This Bauhaus-Inspired Watch Is Smart Because It's So Simple

When I started college, my family bought me a Mondaine Swiss Railway watch based on actual Swiss Railway clocks. I loved it. How could you beat a classic? Now, a new addition to the MoMA Design Store from Uniform Wares has shown me the way — in the form of a timepiece designed to look like Bauhaus-inspired wall clocks from British factories.


Kraftwerk, The 200g Portable Fuel Cell That Runs On LPG Cartridges

Fuel cell technology gets mentioned all the time, but you’d be hard-pressed to name more than a few implementations that are commonly used today, especially by the general public. eZelleron’s “Kraftwerk” could change that, with the 198g gadget apparently capable of recharging an iPhone over 10 times before it needs a quick, three-second refilling.