If the man in your life would secretly love to be James Bond, why not indulge him with a cool gadget gift? Perfect for his birthday, Christmas or Valentine’s Day, it’s time to unleash his inner-geek with a cool gizmo or two. Whether he’s a hardcore techie with a fond appreciation for all things electrical, or he’s simply got all the gear and no idea, most men can’t resist the lure of a new gadget. We’ve all the latest ideas that should keep him occupied for hours.
If you’re into capturing drone photography, but you’re not interested in actually learning how to fly your own camera drones, the AirDog Auto-Follow Drone is the perfect quadcopter for you. If you simply want something to capture footage of you being awesome and doing awesome things — whether it be snowboarding, cycling, skateboarding, or anything outdoors — the AirDog is the best choice. It has built-in autonomous flight modes so that you can set it and forget it, and it has the ability to follow a certain target. It’s also foldable, so you don’t have to lug around a big suitcase. It’s innovative, and you can control it right from your wrist, which is why we included it in our list of the best drone kits for sale.
Tired of having to clean up your mess every time you shave or groom your beard or mustache? How about you attach the Beard King the next time you head to the bathroom for a shave? This hair clippings catcher is an ingenious solution to the perennial problem of facial hairs clogging your bathroom sink drain. Simply mount one end onto the suction cups placed onto your bathroom mirror and wound the other end around your neck and you can start shaving and trimming those pesky facial hairs away without having to fret about trimmings falling on your sink.
The Modular: Nest’s products aren’t quite as geared toward external connectivity as they are to making your home a safer and more comfortable space. But what they do offer is very capable. They make security cameras, a self-programming thermostat, and smoke/carbon monoxide alarms that can all sync with your smartphone or self regulate.
The GrillBot is here to make sure your next dinner finishes on a high note. Just pop the Bot onto your barbeque, shut the lid and let the Bot’s brushes do their job. You’ll still have to clean under the grill, but the tedious job of scrubbing fat from between the metal rods is a thing of the past.
Specifically designed to withstand some of the most brutal punishment that the weather can throw at it, this easy-to-use little bag style case can keep your phone safe while at the same time allowing full usability. It was designed to withstand dust storms, handle large volumes of water without leaking and prevent any kind of infiltration from getting to your phone. It is the best solution that you can get for those surprise storms, difficult weather conditions, and overall general problems that all smartphone users have encountered.
1 x Detector. Name:Anti-spy detector. Has a signal strength indicator, to quickly find the source of the signal at. Detect radio waves (wireless cameras. Wiretapping, etc.). Sound detection and Silent…
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Though Apple appears to take great pride in the overall design of their electronics, the cables they ship with them are a bit lacking. Instead of settling for what they give you, pick up this one. It’s made from 1,000 denier nylon with a PVC cable jacket, RF shield, and kevlar core built to withstand just about anything. And it comes with an onboard battery, so it’s kind of like a portable charger, as well.
The Tablet: If you want something a bit more portable, then you should definitely look into picking up an iPad. You’ll be trading off some image and sound quality and size for a more pack-friendly tablet format, but you also get the benefit of being able to load it up with books, easily access the internet, and – if you have an iPhone – sync your devices.
Meanwhile, French company MWM showed a prototype for something called Phase, which works with DVS-style DJ software (like Serato DJ) to eliminate the need for a tonearm and stylus when playing off control vinyl. It works with remotes that are affixed to the vinyl that then communicate rotation information via radio signals to a receiver that is connected to your laptop. This was my personal favorite, because not only does it solve all the issues that happen when playing with a traditional tonearm and stylus (everything from dust under a needle to needle skips from someone bumping into your setup), it can be used with any existing turntable. We saw several DJs performing complicated scratch routines using Phase with virtually no latency. Enhancia also made an appearance, demoing their MIDI ring that enables musicians to perform musical effects with simple gestures.
This clever espresso maker allows you to have a ballin’ cup of Joe’s pretty much anywhere you can bring a hot container of water. The MiniPresso is able to make espresso pretty much anywhere — it requires no electricity or batteries. All it needs is a bit of arm grease and voilà! With a couple of pumps of the integrated, very intuitive mechanism, you have an amazing cup of espresso.
Electric car startup Faraday Future debuted the FF 91 at CES 2017 in Las Vegas. It has self-parking, autonomous driving, a 378-mile range ubiquitous screens all around the cabin. The FF 91 looks promising, but with production facilities only existing on paper at this stage, it’s reasonable to worry whether the car will ever roll out on the road.
Check out the Spire Health Tag. This small gadget sticks to the inside of your bra, shirt, pants, or pajamas. Once adhered to your clothing, you don’t have to do a thing. The tag will automatically sync with your phone and give you updates on your overall health including heart rate, sleep quality, breathing patterns, and stress levels.
Don’t laugh if you see a notable survivalist wear a paracord bracelet; he knows something that you clearly don’t. This is especially true if he is wearing the X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelet. These are not just fashionable accessories you wrap around your wrist. These are exceptional pieces of survivalist tools that come with a fire scraper on one end and a compass, a flint fire starter, and a whistle on the other. Do take note that the X-Plore’s fire scraper can actually double as a knife so you can find many potential uses of this end of the paracord bracelet.
Be careful what you say around this computer mouse. The Computer Mouse Transmitter houses an ultra-mini microphone and transmitter circuit, which can pick up sounds from up to approximately 32 feet away. For the rich spy, this sneaky mouse sells for £575 ($1,128 USD) from UK-based SpyCatcherOnline.
On a sunny day, there’s nothing better than cycling to a quiet spot and filling it full of your favourite tunes. The Scosche BoomBottle is a compact Bluetooth speaker that slots into your bike’s water bottle holder. Encased in a silicone covering, the speaker absorbs impacts when dropped and battered about.