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WalkBag is a Bag and Beach Towel in One

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Summer is fast approaching. Whether it’s a trip to the beach, a picnic, or even a camping trip, it’s time to get your gear ready for whatever activities you’ve got lined up. You should add the WalkBag to your list. It’s a bag that’s also a towel at the same time, so you can use it to carry your essentials and whatever stuff you need.

When you’ve found the perfect spot, just empty it and pull it inside out to transform it into a beach towel or picnic blanket. It also has a sleeve on one end where you can insert an inflatable or makeshift pillow for added comfort.

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LoungePac Chair Is For Professional Beach Bums Only

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Summer is on everyone’s mind these days, and that means trips to the beach are on the horizon. You can either go there like an amateur, with… a towel. Or you can gear up and bring the LoungePac Chair. When folded up, the 10kg (22lbs) chair is not much larger than a carry on bag, measuring 32″Lx25″Wx12″H. Once unfurled, ten seconds after you reach, you have got an adjustable umbrella, two large thermal Coolers with cupholders (coolers can hold wine bottles), and a removable tote bag. Even the leg support is removable if you fancy having your toes in the sand.

Versatility at the beach doesn’t come cheap, though: $259.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Gizmag ]

You Too Can Disappoint Your Kids With The 3D Sand Castle Printer

By David Ponce

Just look at those “creations.” They were made with the Spilling Funnel XXL. You put the water in, and the sand, and then it mixes into a sludge which pours from the spout, allowing you to create layer after layer of whatever you want. In principle you could potentially make pretty things with it, but if even the product shots show you a disgraceful sack of sand poo that tries to pass as something recognizable, you know your kids’ attempts will likely be even worse. Maybe if you set their expectations right and sell them on how this isn’t meant to make castles and turtles and other sandcastle-y things, but instead it’s an abstract art instrument… Maybe then they won’t feel inadequate? We’re not sure, parenting seems hard. We can however tell you that it’s $9.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ Gizmodo ]