For behind the scenes pictures, stories and special contests, follow us on Facebook!
Subscribe:

Your HomePod Could Really Use This Leather Coaster

So, Apple finally released the HomePod last week, and while reviews are mixed, one thing’s getting people pretty upset. The silicone ring that keeps the HomePod from bouncing around on a table has been leaving ring stains on wood surfaces. Yea, bet you didn’t expect that with a $350 speaker, right?

But, thankfully there’s already a solution, a $20 leather coaster that’ll save your precious wood furniture from Apple’s innovative ways. Sold by Pad and Quill, the coasters are made of “Marine-Grade” stitched leather, whatever that is, that’ll really complete your HomePod. You know, by keeping it from destroying your furniture.

At $20, it’s not a bad deal. But, I don’t know why people are so quick to solve this ‘problem’, I know plenty of Apple-fanboys who’d kill for a Apple stain. And it doesn’t even cost extra, what a bargain.

Gizmodo ]

These Back To The Future Air Mag Slippers Are As Close As You’ll Get To The Real Thing

Quick, what’s the coolest thing you could own from Back to the Future? Okay, aside from a time-machine DeLorean or a hoverboard, those self-lacing sneakers that were on-screen for 3 seconds were super cool. Well good news, Nike actually made Air Mag sneakers back in 2016, that self-lace like in the movie. Except they were super rare and are now worth around $25,000 a pair.

Not to worry though because you can just buy a pair of knitted slippers that look and feel like the real thing, I’m guessing. Now you can enjoy all the attention of actually owning real Air Mags, if the person is standing like really far away.

Each pair will run between $59-$76 and is (probably) unlicensed, so don’t be surprised if the FBI comes breaking down your door, but it’ll be worth it the next time you go to a Back to the Future themed Halloween party.

[ Etsy ]

Clip Grip Gives You A Handle On Your Drinks

This is the Clip Grip. It’s a silicone handle that you can attach to your drinks for better control. Now you get all of the thrill of drinking out of a mug, without having to actually pour your Bud Light into one.

Each set comes with 2 handles which can be adjusted via a silicone strap to fit just about any container. I mean, personally I like to drink everything out of a wine glass because I’m just that fancy, but it’ll fit just about anything else.

Now, you might ask why someone would want to add a handle to a beer or a mason jar, but just think about all the times you could’ve gone ‘pinky-out’ if only you had a handle on your drink (and life).

To be honest, adding a handle would make life a little easier for someone with arthritis, so I can’t really hate on this product. At the end of the day, we’re all human aren’t we?

Available on KickStarter starting at $15 for a 2-pack.

PocketSprite Portable Retro Gaming Device


Play your favorite games anywhere with the PocketSprite Portable Retro Gaming Device. Offering instant access to gaming classics, the PocketSprite includes Gameboy, Gameboy Color, Gamegear and Master System. Additionally, the retro gaming device is small enough to fit on your keyring. Despite its small size, the PocketSprite is an entirely playable emulation console.

[ Learn More About PocketSprite ]

Mobile Accessories Organizer


Travel with all of your little accessories in place with this Mobile Accessories Organizer. The classic design is spacious enough to hold your charger, laptop cable, USB cables and even your earbuds. Additionally, the neat design blends beautifully with your everyday style. In fact, this organizer enhances the overall way of carrying your mobile accessories. Instead of carrying them separately and coming up with those tangled wires from time to time, this organizer ensures to keep them in one place.

[ Learn More ]

Quick Peek Smart Storage Labels


Organize your home with ease when you use the Quick Peek Smart Storage Labels by Bluelounge. Attaching to your boxes and storage bins, you can simply scan these labels to learn what’s inside. Using the app, you simply take a photo of the items you want to store. This creates a Box in the app. The Quick Peek Labels link with the photo so you can simply scan the label to see what’s inside.

[ Learn More About Quick Peek ]

Samsung Scoop Wireless Bluetooth Speaker


Experience clear and powerful sound anywhere you go with the Samsung Scoop Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. Featuring a sleek and compact design, the Samsung Scoop is handy to bring with you everywhere. In fact, the Scoop can fit in just one hand. Likewise, it comes with a strap to make carrying or hanging it even easier. Additionally, the Scoop comes with a built-in microphone, so you can take voice calls without even taking your phone out. It also provides Echo Cancellation and Noise Reduction functionality to improve the quality of your calls.

[ Learn More ]

InvisaWear Fashionable Safety Wearables


Stay safe in style with the InvisaWear Fashionable Safety Wearables. Featuring a line of smart accessories and jewelry, InvisaWear instantly alerts your friends and family during an emergency. It sends your location to your loved ones and the police, even if you can’t speak or don’t know where you are. Additionally, a text message instantly notifies your emergency contacts that you’re asking for help. You can pre-select up to five emergency contacts that will receive your emergency alert.

[ Learn More About InvisaWear ]

Moviepass Announces $6.95 Annual Plan For People Who Like Going To The Movies

If you haven’t heard of Moviepass yet, you should change that. It’s a subscription service that allows users to head to their local theater and see a movie once per day, everyday. They made headlines earlier this year when they announced a huge price drop from $30 per month to $10 month. And now they’re making headlines again by announcing a one year plan for $90 which works out to $7 a month.

The service is crazy simple, you subscribe and get sent a card in the mail, then check into a movie when you arrive at the theater and use the card to pay. It’s an incredible deal for anyone that goes to the movies even semi-regularly, and even if you use the card once per month, you’re still usually saving a couple bucks.

Infact, it’s such a good value that analysists are wondering how their business model works, as Moviepass actually pays for your ticket, and with the average movie tickets costing $8.84, they’re supposedly start losing money after you’ve seen 2 movies in a month.

Oh well, let’s enjoy it while it lasts.

Also, we’re not sponsored by them (It’s just a good service), so to prove it, I’ll say something bad about them. The Moviepass isn’t that easy to navigate. See, we don’t have sponsors here, and even if we did, I promise I’d ruin that partnership real fast.

[ TheVerge ]