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3D Printed Modular Wine Rack is Ingenious In Its Versatility


We come across a lot of wine racks while sourcing content for OhGizmo! But we’ve rarely seen a product as ingenious as the GustaVino 3D printed modular wine rack. By using some clever hexagonal geometry, the modules are able to accommodate wine collections of varying sizes without leaving many empty spots as your numbers dwindle. The basic three-piece kit can handle between 1 and 4 bottles with just a little reconfiguration, for instance. And as your collection grows, you can simply add more hexagons; the modularity allows you to build out the overall rack in different ways, and let your imagination run wild.

You can purchase the digital file for £19, and print as much rack as you want at home. But if you don’t just happen to own a 3D printer, prices for pre-made modules start at £19 for a 3-piece kit, £39 for a 6-piece, and up to £137 for a 24-piece monster.


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Caffeinated Shaving Products Kick Start Your Mornings


Can you even absorb caffeine through your skin? We’re not sure, but we’re going to assume you can because otherwise we’re not sure what the point of this product is. Caffeinated Shaving Cream and After Shave from Pacific Shaving Company are two products that claim to help give your morning a bit of a kickstart thanks to the addition of caffeine to their panoply of other moisturizers, antioxidants, and related ingredients. Apparently caffeine will serve as a vasoconstrictor, tightening your blood vessels and helping your skin look smoother a less red. And yeah, they claim caffeine is indeed absorbed through the skin, although we can’t imagine you’ll be able to replace your morning coffee with your shaving routine anytime soon.

Still, something interesting to try, if only because it’s $16 for the set.


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StashPad Holds Your Booze and Cigars Discretely

iPad Flask

If you’ve been caught sneaking drinks in one too many times, then you should do away with your old methods and try using the StashPad for a change. It looks like an iPad (okay, maybe a knockoff iPad seeing as it’s way thicker than Apple’s tablets), but it’s actually a flask and cigar case in disguise. It’s thick for a good reason too– all 12 ounces of it, because that’s the volume of drinks it can effectively stash for you.

Just make sure you don’t attempt to actually use the StashPad, whether as a tablet (in case you forget) or as a flask, in front of your boss or you’ll risk giving yourself away. The StashPad is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $15 will get you one of your very own.

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Make A Supervillain Entrance With The Terry Lifts, The At-Home Elevators


Ok, so this is supposed to be for elderly people who have trouble going up and down stairs, and who don’t like the idea of getting a stairlift. Terry Lifts, from the UK, has a product for you: the Lifestyle Home Elevator. It’s able to carry up to 550lbs, stops at the slightest obstruction, and won’t move unless the door is closed properly. It can also provide the young-at-heart senior with the perfect prop with which to carry on his Supervillain act, allowing him or her to make a grandiose entrance whenever guests have arrived; all that would be missing is a hairy cat. There’s no word on price, though you can be sure it ain’t cheap.

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Time To Chill: Rough Day Wine Glass

Rough Day Wine Glass

There’s nothing like unwinding with a glass of wine at the end of a long day. But how much wine is just right or just enough for whatever stress you’re trying to relieve? Although not accurate for everyone, the ‘Rough Day Wine Glass’ provides a good-enough estimate. Have half a glass for a day that was just like any other, pour more into your glass if you had a particularly rough day, or fill it up to the brim if you just want to forget it all.

The quirky wine glass is sold in pairs and is available online for $24.

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Five Minute Journal App Helps You Find Joy Every Day

Five Minute Journal App


A little bit of positivity every day will go a long way. That’s the premise behind the Five Minute Journal app, which feeds you inspirational quotes and asks you to list down things you’re grateful for on a daily basis. You’ll also be asked to snap a photo depicting the highlight of your day, which can be a great pick-me-up when you’re down in the dumps or when you’re having an off day.

You’ll be surprised at how moods and perceptions can change in a matter of five minutes. The app is available on iTunes for $4.99.

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Deal Of The Day: 26% Off On KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer


Primitive as they are, metal keys are still very much a part of our lives. But that doesn’t mean you can’t do your best to keep them neat and organized. The KeySmart 2.0 Compact Key Organizer seems to be able to do that job quite well.

Say goodbye to your annoying, bulky key ring—KeySmart organizes your keys in one convenient, compact, and lightweight place. The included expansion pack lets you easily attach up to 10 keys and is meticulously designed to allow for quick and easy key access.

– Frame crafted from quality aluminum for lightweight body
– Hardware milled from stainless steel for durability
– Design made to fit 2x the keys in half the space
– Size accommodates most sizes of key
– Made in the USA

Better yet, you won’t have to spend much money at all to get this, with a reduced price of $16.99, down from $23.


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uKeg Is A Pressurized Growler


With the relatively recent growth of craft breweries and home brewing, growlers are also increasing in popularity. And while most regular glass growlers will get the job done, that doesn’t mean there isn’t room for improvement; they go flat once they’re opened, they let in air, which spoils your beer, and they don’t travel well. The uKeg pictured above solves all these issues. Think of it as a fusion between a keg and a growler, with a special pressure-regulating cap that fits 8-16g CO2 cartridges, so that your beer maintains carbonation at all times. Double-walled insulation also maintains your beer’s coldness when you take it out of the fridge, and a convenient carry handle makes transportation a breeze. The tap can be locked so it isn’t activated in transport, while a pressure gauge and visual sight dial inform you of how much beer is left and whether it’s pressurized to your liking. The uKeg comes in 64oz and 128oz sizes, and costs $99 and $129 respectively.


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Minimalistic Playing Cards


Ever ask yourself why it’s necessary for playing cards to be covered in ornamental drawings? If you really think about it, a typical set of cards is pretty gaudy; we understand there’s a strong connection to royalty and the like, but how necessary is it? Joe Doucet designed the above set, and it’s called Minim. It came about by wondering just how many design elements could be taken away from a regular deck of cards, while still retaining full functionality. The result is the above, where each suit is represented by a simple geometric shape, and the back of the card is marked with a single diagonal line. It’s a clean and elegant design, and we’d be happy to play with them, if only they were available… The $10 set is apparently sold out, and we have no idea when they’ll get more.

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