Wednesday, September 10 2014
Here at Drool'd, we decided to put our web searching powers for the betterment of the world– by compiling a list of things that solve problems that (more or less) don't really exist. We hope you have as much fun reading it as we did putting it together.
Friday, September 5 2014
Though it's no hoverboard, this ultrasonic levitation machine is as cool as it sounds. It will defy gravity and let you watch minuscule things float around for hours.. meaning that it's the perfect desktop toy. Look really smart as you regurgitate fancy words from the owners manual like "high power acoustic radiation" and "ultrasonic signal's node" to impress your snobby co-workers. And if anyone asks a question you don't have the answer memorized for, just say "because, science".
buy • $85+
Thursday, August 28 2014
The beach vault is a spiral contraption that locks away your valuable and buries them effortlessly into the sand. By keeping them safe from thieves and water damage, the beach vault lets your worries wash away so you can concentrate on whats really important: catchin' some rays.
Monday, August 25 2014
Why not give your cats the tools they desperately need to take over the world? Made from partially or fully recyclable paper and cardboard, this toy will actually help the environment as cats begin to rule it. This creative spin on the classic cardboard box answers the age old dilemma of your cats playing with the box their (very) expensive toys came in instead. Now the toy is the box!
Wednesday, August 20 2014
The Qwerkywriter Keyboard has bloggers, hipsters and writers of all kinds (including this one) swooning. It can be connected to your iPad or computer via USB or Bluetooth so you can keep up with the times without compromising that oh-so awesome, vintage typewriter look. After a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise $90,000 USD (they raised over $125,00 USD) the Qwerkywriter is now in production and can still be bought at a lower price than the predicted retail price. Order yours now– unless of course, this keyboard just isn't your type.
buy • $309
Monday, August 11 2014
Believe it or not, this fully playable 1/2-size acoustic six-string is in fact, a doorbell. Thanks to a guitar mount and a plectrum fixed to a door, it's rigged so that one chord of your choice is played when the door is opened or closed. For busy guitar-fiends, it means you get to play a guitar every day; even if you don't have the time to play.
buy • $139.95
Wednesday, July 30 2014
Enjoy soothing support and a relaxing massage in bed while you read, write, play games, watch TV or sleep upright. It has a built-in massager, cupholder, pockets for your glasses, magazines or books on its side and an LED light for late night reading. When folded, it lays flat; which makes it a cinch to place under the bed or in a closet. The Nap Massaging Bed Rest is designed to fit any bed and support all body shapes and sizes.
buy • $99
Tuesday, July 29 2014
Have you ever thought your phone could use a rest? No? Well this company invented the phone sofa anyways. They also tricked out the miniature couch so not only is it freakin' cute, but it will also charge your phone. The ottoman includes built in wireless Bluetooth speakers and a microphone so that you can play music and talk hands-free. So give it a rest.
Available HERE in black, blue and red.
Available HERE in black, blue and red.
buy • $79
Wednesday, July 23 2014
Destroy your enemies with abundant balloon ammo in any spontaneous water balloon fight with Bunch O Balloons. This odd looking contraption lets you fill 100 balloons in under a minute; just attach to a hose, fill and shake off. Easy for kids to use and hassle free, the Bunch O Balloons is just what you need to obliterate your competition.
buy • $15
Tuesday, July 22 2014
Jibo can see, hear and speak like you would expect a friendly robot to. Although it sees with two hi-res cameras that recognize and capture photos; hears with 360º microphones and understands and speaks with natural language processing. Jibo also has artificial intelligence algorithms that will learn your personal preferences to be better able to help you with day to day tasks. What could a miniature robot possibly help me with?, you might ask. Well, what about capturing pictures, taking messages, reading to your kids, ordering takeout... pretty much your average baby sitter.
buy • $550