JackFish is the only card wallet that can save your life in the wilderness. It’s got a removable knife, a telescoping pen, a vial for water-purifying iodine, a compass, a firesteel for lighting fires, an SD card reader, screwdrivers, and an emergency whistle. All while holding your four most important cards. Ask yourself this—will your current wallet save your life, when you need it most? Didn’t think so.
Fluxo is a smart pendant lamp that puts the light wherever you need it. You can literally paint with light on your smart phone, and Fluxo will throw light wherever you choose and in whichever color combination you’ve chosen. It’s perfect for any mood, whether you’re setting up mood lighting for a sweet party, positioning light for reading late into the night, or just using it as a standard pendant lamp. Let there be light!
Luna Camera is a small, portable 360 degree camera that allows you to shoot virtual reality videos. It’s got built in wi-fi and livestream capabilities, and it’s waterproof. This means you can film your favorite places and go back to them in virtual reality whenever you like, or film your coolest experiences so your friends can be there with you through the airwaves.
The Grasp is a bike lock for which you are the key. The biometric fingerprint reader opens the lock when you—and only you—are the one wielding it. It’s just like King Arthur’s sword “Excalibur”—but for bike locks. The square-shackle design and hardened steel locking bolt work to fend off bolt-cutter and leverage attacks, and the whole thing comes on and off in one two-second motion.
YoCam is an ultra-portable, waterproof camera perfect for anyone that needs a life camera to carry around (or strap-on) throughout the day. The camera weighs a mere 2 ounces and is waterproof up to 20 feet. It features built-in image stabilization and can record in HD up to 2704×1524 resolution. It works wirelessly via both WiFi and Bluetooth, and you can use the Mofily mobile app to edit and share photos and videos directly from YoCam.
Cooking on a Bootstrap is your key to making awesome meals at under $15 a week. The mastermind behind this delicious budget lifestyle guide is Jack Monroe, whose creativity, political commentary, and British wit are sure to make it fun reading, too. If her current blog is any indication, the recipes here are going to be delicious, even if you’ve got a little more than $15 a week to work with.
The Auroma One is a beautiful single-serve coffee machine that brews like a pro barista. It’s got a ton of hardware sensors to balance brewing time, water temperature, grind size, and the coffee to water ratio to ensure that it always brews the perfect cup. Better yet, you can rate the quality of each cup on bitterness, texture, and caffeine kick and the machine will learn and adjust to make the next cup even better!
ONAGOfly is the world’s first smart nano-drone. “Smart” means it can auto-follow you via GPS to take HD photos and video with it’s 15 megapixel camera, while avoiding obstacles, and streaming via wifi. It’s also set up so that anyone can fly it with ease, regardless of skill level. Needless to say, ONAGOfly is also much cooler than a selfie stick.
The Omate team responsible for the original Omate TrueSmart watch is back again with the Omate Rise, an Android 3G Smartwatch. The watch features a circular 1.3” 360×360 pixel display,1.2GHz ARM Cortex A7, and built-in 3G, WiFi and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. Omate ran a lightning-fast 48-hour campaign on Indiegogo that raised over $200,000. You can get in on the Indiegogo InDemand campaign here.
The Skriware looks like the most intuitive, easy to use 3D printer ever. It features “one-click” 3D printing that lets you download models from the online Skrimarket platform and print each one with a single click. It’s got touchscreen controls, built-in WiFi, PLA and PET-G filament support, a magnetic peel-away print bed, and a 6”x6”x5’ printing area. The team expects to package and ship in April 2016.