Some love their multitool gadgets in the form of a pocket knife. However, for the serious DIYer, nothing can beat the Wingman Multi-Tool from Leatherman. This multi-tool has a pair of pliers as its base tool upon which 13 other different tools are integrated in. The array of tools include a combo knife, spring-action wire cutters, screwdrivers, bottle opener, needle nose pliers, wire stripper, package opener, can opener, and even a 1.5-inch ruler. The Wingman comes with a locking blade mechanism for improved safety while every tool in the package has been expertly designed for seamless one handed operation.
Flic is an interesting connected home gadget. The button can be placed on a wall or other surfaces and, once pressed, can be programmed for a variety of purposes. One click, two, three, or hold — each one can be selected to do anything from sending a text to someone, dim your smart lights, turn the music up, and more.
The “est-iest” TV we’ve ever seen, LG’s new W7 65- and 77-inch TVs are the thinnest, lightest and potentially the best-picture quality TVs to hit the wall. Plus, LG claims the picture quality of these are better than last year’s, which are pretty terrific.
You might have seen this puppy being demonstrated on some hapless watermelons (above). How it works is simple: the handle contains a cartridge of pressurized carbon dioxide, and a special trigger vents it through a channel in the blade. When you stab something with it—like, say, a shark —and release the gas, it causes an internal explosion, massively damaging the target. Needless to say, this is gross but impressive.
The unique design features a technology called planar magnetics, which uses two magnetic fields to activate the circuitry printed onto a piece of clear film the width of a white blood cell. This creates studio-quality surround sound ranging from superior treble up to 900Hz, right down to the mighty bass at lows of 5Hz. Everything from the leather travel case they’ll arrive in to the silver plaited cable and the understated retro design of the magnesium housing (designed by BMW Designworks) whispers quality.
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An improvement on the already very strong PS4, the PS4 Pro supports 4K and HDR technologies; plus with advances in frame rate due to beefed-up processing speeds, gaming will look cleaner, crisper and smoother.
Nostalgia and modern design collide with an, erm, pop for Polaroid’s latest camera, a quirky 20MP handheld device that prints three by four inch full-colour snaps with Zero Ink technology and has Micro SD storage up to 128GB. It features a four-inch LCD touchscreen, wi-fi, Bluetooth, 1080p video recording, edit functions and GIF capability – all in time for Polaroid’s 80th anniversary.
“PopSockets! They’re these little plastic things you stick on to your phone case, and they pop up and down, which is great to fidget with. It’s really helpful to hold your phone and wrap your earphones around it.” —chartreuseq
Space Pens are nothing less than marvelous pieces of space-age engineering technology epitomized in a writing instrument. When you give a Fisher Space Men’s Pen to someone you hold dear, you’re essentially giving him a piece of history as these iconic ball pens have been to space and back since the US first made ventures into outer space. The Fisher Space Pen can be used even in the harshest environmental conditions, whether it is sub-freezing or even melting. The point is that, if these ballpoint pens can be used efficiently in space, what more on Typhoon H Plus is an upgraded version of Yuneec’s high-end drone and has a 20-megapixel camera that shoots 4K footage at 60 frames per second. It also costs $1,799, which puts it at the high end of the enthusiast market. The Firebird FPV is shaped like an airplane instead of a quadcopter. It can fly for 30 minutes on a charge and cost $699. The last drone is the HD Racer, which is built for speed. It’s only $179, but it features racing tech like low-latency video performance and an assisted mode for taking off after a crash.
Ever sat at your desk at times and stared into the sky, wondering just how your life would have turned out if you had decided to join the army or police force? Perhaps you could be an undercover agent for the government by now, being suited up to the nines and yet carrying a false identity as you infiltrate one of the world’s most notorious gangs, gathering crucial intelligence along the way. Having a video or voice recorder on hand would certainly be useful, and Q-See knows this. Which is why all of you spy wannabes out there might be interested to pick up the $99.99 QPen DVR by Q-See.
The Dimmable Ambient Lighting system is available in 15 colors. This product is best suited for those late night runs of all sorts. The soft blue light allows waking without the blindness caused by full lighting. It is also the perfect gift for men who come home late at night from work and just want to climb into bed without waking the family. Just place it in the hallway so he can quickly and easily find his way back to bed.