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The Millennium Falcon Bed Costs An Arm, Looks Badass


The Star Wars craze continues unabated, and the latest product we’ve stumbled across is this Millennium Falcon bed for kids. It’s being sold by Pottery Barn, and unlike the cheaper stuff at Ikea, is made from actual wood and not particle board. Its multi-layer finish is hand-painted, and the slat-roll foundation is designed for use with or without a box spring. It’s for kids, so if you’re thinking of getting this for yourself, you should know its dimensions: 45.5″ wide x 108.25″ long x 45.5″ high. Regardless of who this is for, this prospective buyer will need to have deep pockets since the thing costs $4,000.


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Trouble Waking Up? This Bed Will Toss You Out!


There’s two types of people in this world: those who wake up when their alarm rings, and those who snooze themselves into oblivion. If you’re tired of letting your life pass you by because you can’t get yourself out of bed, you might want to consider Colin Furze’s approach: he built the Ejector Bed! When the time comes, it’ll activate two flashing lights, two fire alarms, a firework, two semi truck horns… and then launch you out of bed with a hydraulic lift. The pressure is adjustable, so you can either be gently tilted out, or violently expelled. Either way, you won’t be able to keep on snoozing and your day will lay before you, ready for consumption.

Of course, the Ejector Bed is not something you can buy. But if Colin was able to build it, an enterprising reader could do the same.

VIA [ Geekologie ]

AeroBed PakMat Sleep System Is Actually Practical

It’s a problem when the things you buy that are supposed to make your life better end up doing the opposite because of crappy design. Take inflatable mattresses. Their reason for existing is to conveniently offer you some sleeping space when there is normally none available. But the price you pay for this “convenience” is that you have to wrestle the thing afterwards, trying to fold it up to store it somewhere, along with the unseemly and bulky pump that likely came with it. The AeroBed PakMat Sleep System however rolls right up and fits in a plastic container… that also happens to be the pump used to inflate it! It’s a simple solution to not such a huge problem (keeping it real, here), but there you have it. It’s $97.

[ Product Page ] VIA [ GearHungry ]