Archive for April, 2010
The restaurant furniture supplier Go In, in collaboration with Münchener Boulevard Möbel GmbH are launching a new product range of furniture using an wood-less eco-friendly material called RESYSTA. The RESYSTA material looks and feels like wood, yet is composed of materials that don’t even include wood! The new RESYSTA products are designed to protect rainforests by reducing the amount of wood needed for high quality furniture. (more…)
This USB Wireless Optical Mouse is made by Cables Unlimited allows you to stop using even rechargeable batteries to operate your computer’s mouse.
This Solar Power Sleeve Charging Case has been designed to be used with 3G and 3GS iPhones. By Simply placing the solar panel in direct sunlight to charge you can help to provide your iPhone’s battery a boost when needed.
The Water Pebble is a little device designed by Paul Priestman that you place in a bath tub or shower cubical to monitor the amount of water you use when showering.
The Solar Powered Mosquito Blocker made by Malibu is a way to stop mosquitoes being able to track human scent. This stops them being able to locate humans near the device as so stop them being bitten.
The FLEXI is an all in one lighting concept by designers Kyeore Kim, Jaesuk Han, Sungkuk Hong, and Sena Joo. The idea is to provide many different forms of lighting from one source, to be a lightweight product to take when camping or for general use.
The CompoSphere is a composting tumbler system which can be rolled around to aerate the composting materials within to help it to decompose quicker into compost. This ability to roll it around also means it can be easily moved to where it is needed for you to place cuttings and such like within it.
The Puzzle Bamboo Laptop Stand allows you to use a laptop at a better height when at a desk. The stand raises the laptop to eye level while offering great ventilation to the base of the laptop to prevent overheating.
The E300 model by Razor is an electric scooter designed to be used by teenagers and adults. It achieves this by having a larger framework than some of Razor’s other models of scooter, along with wider wheels and a larger deck. The scooter can achieve speeds of up to 15 mph, making it an exhilarating ride for those old enough to handle it.