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Bicycles are more than just a mode of transportation--they're an expression of your personality and freedom. Bike baskets today don’t meet the needs of the urban cyclist. Bent Basket was inspired by the need to bring durability, usability, and clean design to the bike basket world.
Bent Basket was designed in San Francisco two years ago, tested in Paris, and refined in New York City. Since the first prototype, people have been raving about Bent Basket:
“The plywood, nylon and aluminum construction sits over the front wheel where you can gaze upon its lovely curves as you ride.” -- Wired
“If you're a design geek--or if you've got any Eames-era bent wood in your house--this bike basket is for you.” -- FastCompany
“I am tempted to buy a new bike just so that I can use this bike basket by Faris Elmasu. The Bent Basket is a minimalistic beauty. Totally, entirely, utterly #wishlisted.” -- Swissmiss
“Thanks one elegant bike basket...Yet you have resisted the bike basket because, let’s face it, they’re dorky. This thing, however, might be right up your alley.” -- TechCrunch
[More info: KickStarter]
This bright red, actual computer key is imprinted with the word "PANIC". Adhesive backing allows you to attach this novelty computer key to any object that brings you frustration.
The set also includes the Any Key Button. Has your computer screen ever told you, "Push Any Key To Continue"? You searched and searched, but just couldn't find that elusive ANY KEY. Well...here it is.
Buy it at The Fancy, 22 usd.
Price: $42,000, buy it at Hammacher Schlemmer.
Fred, the men's wallet by Feuerwear, has not only a unique design and high quality, but offers also plenty of space. It has a big note section. The coin pocket can be closed by button, which keeps all your change safe.
In addition, there is an ID-card and credit card pocket with a special detail: the removable card slot - so that the practical wallet for men can fit easily into the pocket of your jeans. The material of the wallet - the used fire hose - makes it extremely tough and weatherproof. The Feuerwear label is attached onto the outer side.
Buy the wallet for 59 euro.
Have you ever wished you could lift your pen off the paper and draw in the air? Sounds crazy, but now now you can! Peter Dilworth and Maxwell Bogue from Boston-based company WobbleWorks have created the world’s first 3D printing pen!
“Using ABS plastic (the material used by many 3D printers), 3Doodler draws in the air or on surfaces. It’s compact and easy to use, and requires no software or computers. You just plug it into a power socket and can start drawing anything within minutes.”
3Doodler can be used to create jewellery, fridge magnets, personalize your Iphone case or even for minor repair work. And the best part – it’s probably the cheapest way to 3D print. Now go and fund them on Kickstarter!