If you have ever had to wash a dog you know how difficult it can be. They get dirty pretty quick and not easy to bathe despite the frequent need. Well some crafty inventor came up with a ring shaped dog washing system called the Woof Washer 360.

woof washer 360

The Woof Washer 360 is like a mini hula hoop that attaches to your hose and sprays water inwards. It has two settings (rinse and suds). The Woof Washer 360 comes in small ($19.99) and large ($24.99). Waiting for the first person to try it on a cat.

Polaris RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition

The Polaris RZR XP 1000 starts off as a very competent off-road beast. Some folks are just harder to please. Enter the Polaris RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition version. Some of the mods on the Polaris RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition include modified gearing for mud, a stronger reverse chain, huge 29.5-inch high lifter outlaw tires, heavier springs, higher clearance arms, a beefy winch, higher air intake points, a rearview mirror, and more. Hop past the break for videos on this beast.

Polaris RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition Air Intakes Polaris RZR XP 1000 High Lifter Edition Mudding

Posted on Jun 26 2015 - 7:58am by Craig


Gotta love the creative types. Guys like Kermit Tesoro who imagine something like an octopus high heel shoe, named Polypodis, and make it a reality. Cool name as well. This Octopus High Heel Shoe wraps the lucky feet in deep-sea blue tentacles.



Wanting to personalize your laptop or desktop computer is nothing new. And why not, it is easy to get lost in a sea of silver Apple laptops these days. There are plenty of vinyl graphics that you can apply around the glowing Apple logo that are pretty cool. Check them out here.

Apple Mac Wooden Keyboard Keys

And for about $40 you can step up your game with some real walnut wooden keys for your MacBook or Apple Wireless Keyboard made by Lazerwood. These hand crafted wooden keys are made in Seattle, Washington. I think they are pretty cool but you can kiss your backlit keys goodbye.


Posted on Jun 26 2015 - 7:37am by Robby S.

Hello Kitty Contact Lens

Apparently this disturbing trend is catching in on in, you guessed it, Japan. They are using prescription free contact lenses with Hello Kitty cartoon cats imprinted on the lenses. You know, because nothing says sexy like Hello Kitty on your irises. I’m not judging. I bought a pair in hazel.

Hello Kitty Contact Lenses


There are so many concept supercars popping up online it is difficult to keep track. So, unless they are truly amazing, we won’t feature them. Let’s just talk about stuff that you can go out and buy. Today.

This American supercar started the build process in 2014 by Ferris Rezvani. The car is dubbed the Rezvani Beast. The price slipped a bit from a proposed entry version at $120K to the current price of $165K. Before you scoff at the price tag realize that this thing gets to 60mph in 2.7-seconds, in line with an $845K Porsche 918 Spyder. Read on for more pictures, video, and specs.


The Crescent Flip & Grip Wrench Multi-Tool is a pretty versatile wrench that can hide in your pocket or glovebox for  quick fixes. The Crescent Flip and Grip has an adjustable jaw that opens surprisingly wide and has a spring loaded ratcheting action. The flip-out wrench also has a locking pivot. This multi-tool version also sports a knife, Phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, can opener/bottle opener, and a wire stripper.

Video of the Crescent CFW2 after the break.

Shipping Container Home

A crafty fellow, Joseph Dupuis, in Ottawa, Canada managed to convert three shipping containers into a pretty respectable house. When buttoned up the house looks, well, nothing like a house at all. it looks like three 20-foot shipping containers sitting in the woods.

Joseph Dupuis House

The house is only 355-SQFT, has wooden floors, heating/cooling system, solar panels, full kitchen, bathroom, and wood stove. The house was built, 95% of the way, by Joseph with some help from electricians and the like. More pictures after the break.


This post is aimed at the contractor or construction folks amongst us. Tools, and in this case batteries, tend to disappear at job sites. Whether the batteries are accidentally taken or are outright theft really doesn’t matter. Either way, you are out a very expensive and important battery.

Enter the DeWalt 20V Max 2.0/4.0 Amp Bluetooth Batteries (DCB203BT and DCB204BT). These new bluetooth batteries pair with Apple and Android phones (and tablets) via a Tool Connect App. This allows the owner to control the batteries remotely via Bluetooth. Read on for the awesome tricks and security this adds to the battery.


Tesla Motors recently announced their Powerwall product which is essentially a giant battery for your home or business. The idea is that you can store energy in the battery packs when the kWh rates are lower and use energy from the packs when energy rates are higher. Great idea. Not sure why it took so long for someone to do this in the first place. Apparently many people agree because Tesla sold out of their first run of Powerwall batteries through mid-2016.

Enter Mercedes-Benz who I would argue knows very little about battery tech and now Tesla has a compeitor in the home/business battery pack game. The Mercedes-Benz approach is very similar but focuses on smaller battery packs (2.5kWh) each that can be combined up to 20kWh. Look for a shipping date from MB in September.