Mount Fuji tissue holder/coin purse is one of those very simple yet clever – and cute – designs that you feel like you must have.
These plush Unicorn slippers will add fun and magic to everything you do around the house: morning time will be brighter, cleaning chores will be something to look forward to, lounging time will be more cozy. With all the magic boost you’ll be getting from your feet, there’s no way you’ll ever feel down again. $24.99
A watch with a hidden message on its face; once every hour, you’ll notice the scattered letters on the face of the watch will come together to spell out “Good Things Come To Those Who Wait”. A great message that will provide you with a dose of patience every time you look at it, and will remind you that whatever it is you’re waiting for is worth the wait. $199
Guitarists and music enthusiasts will love these guitar shaped keys (those are actual keys and not key covers). They’re sold as blank keys and are available in different keyway styles, so you have to make sure to choose the right one for your lock. $4.95
While there are many different fitness bracelets available in the market right now, Amiigo seems to be the most advanced one yet. Made up of two parts: a bracelet and a shoe clip, Amiigo not only tracks your moves, it can recognize what activity you’re doing, giving you a more personalized and more accurate data. It also monitors and tracks heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, overall activity level, and calories burned. The bracelet pairs with an iPhone or Android phone app that allows you to see your data as well as share your achievements. See how it works in this video:
Amiigo is available for pre-order on Indiegogo.com.
Just in case reading the time is still a bit of trouble for you, here’s a watch that reads the time for you, clearly in words:
“The square watch face has a uniform grid of 110 letters. When the stainless steel button is pressed, words light up in unexpected places which describe the time. The initially random order of the characters lends this wristwatch a mysterious aesthetic.”