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The World's Greatest Cup Holder Can Survive The World's Worst Drivers

When it comes to cup holders, most of us are just looking for a place to secure our drinks while we’re driving. It turns out we should be asking more of them — a lot more. Maksim Ghyvoronsky has invented a better alternative, an aftermarket set of cup holders that tilt and roll along with the motion of your vehicle, ensuring that nothing ever spills no matter how awful a driver you are.


The World's First Convertible Motor Home Is One Obscene Creation

If you roll your eyes when someone claims that inhabiting a massive luxury RV counts as “camping”, you’re not going to like this. As if showers, giant TVs and microwaves weren’t already overkill enough, a bunch of crazy German automakers have created what is possibly the world’s first motorhome with a convertible roof, letting you experience Mother Nature in total, windblown comfort.


This Self-Weighing Suitcase Gives A Running Total While You Pack

Self-weighing suitcases aren’t a new idea, in fact, they have been available in stores for years now. But in order to actually weigh the contents of your luggage, you need to zip the suitcase up and then lift the whole thing by the handle. To make things a whole lot easier, the TUL suitcase gives a running total of its weight as you throw things in, so there are no surprises.


A Prosthetic Leg For Mountain Climbers, Inspired By Sure-Footed Goats

Mountain goats have an uncanny ability to traverse the steepest of terrains without so much as the slightest misstep. So it only makes sense that if one were designing a prosthetic leg for human mountain climbers they would look towards nature’s masters most sure-footed creations for inspiration. And that’s exactly what designer Kai Lin did with his Klippa prosthetic.


A Tiny Humidifier In A Bottle Makes Hotel Rooms More Comfortable

If travelling to a different — and dryer — part of the world means you’ll be waking up with dry sinuses and bloody noses every morning, a humidifier should be the first thing you pack. But not the giant machine in the corner of your bedroom, this tiny six-inch carry-on friendly plastic bottle from 11+ that’s powered by USB.


You Can Apply This Better Band-Aid With Just One Hand

As useful as Band-Aids might be for a quick fix, they’re rarely easy to apply to your arms or other areas inaccessible to both your hands. And even when both hands are free, the sticky ends of a Band-Aid often end up stuck together if you’re not careful. To remedy this, designer Pei-Chih Deng has created the one-handed Easy-Aid featuring a rigid backing that seems to solve all of a regular Band-Aid’s failings.


Placemat Plates That Suction To Tables Are Every Parent's Dream

The day a parent hands over the spoon to a toddler learning to feed themselves is the same day that meal cleanup becomes infinitely more involved. Overturned bowls and spills are inevitable, but possibly less frequent if this silicone placemat with a built-in segmented bowl succeeds in its Kickstarter campaign.


This Is What The Apple Watch Would Look Like If It Were Round

The new Apple Watch was a very exciting surprise: a device with bucketloads of potential that’s also just a wonderfully sophisticated thing to wear too. But what if it were a bit more… round?


A Ballistic Sleeping Bag That Promises Protection From A Tornado

They seem like a smart idea, but how many people do you really know with a safe room in their house? Probably none, because they’re expensive, and that includes those living in areas where storms can generate deadly tornados. So a Missouri-based inventor has come up with a cheaper way to stay safe during a twister — an oversized sleeping bag made from the same material as bulletproof vests.


This Compact Portable Charger Revives Your Phone With Four AA Batteries

A portable charger can bring your dead smartphone back to life if you forget to plug it in overnight, but what if you forget to charge the charger too? That’s not an issue with the tiny Oivo since it splits in half to accommodate four readily-available AA batteries that have enough charge to completely bring an iPhone back from the dead.


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