A great beer is a beautiful thing. But a plain beer glass isn't doing your pour any favors. Enter the Teku beer glass.
The design is the result of an intensive collaboration between an Italian brewer and a sensory analysis expert. The carefully designed curves were engineered to create the be-all, end-all beer glass for any and every style, similar to the wine world's internationally standard ISO glass that sommeliers use in any evaluation. The resulting creation boosts every aspect of your beer. The angular shape creates a cannon of aroma and a just-right head, the stem keeps your palms from warming up the beer, and the slightly flared opening lets the flavors jump out as you take a sip.
They're dutifully made in Germany by Rastal, who have been making ultra high-end glassware for nearly a hundred years, and will make whatever you pour into it taste that much better.
This isn't the puzzle your parents forced you to complete with them during "family time" as a child. This is a Japanese-crafted paper creation, 3D and textured to feel like the skin of an actual panda. It's easy to put together and looks cool as hell on a shelf or desk.
It's unhealthy to start your day on your phone, but when you use it as an alarm clock it's sort of inevitable. An analog alarm clock changes all that, and will help you start your day with a clear mind. The Fred has a brown and black color scheme, and easy to read hands. Spin the alarm setting to whichever hour you wish, and save the internet for after lunch if you can help it.
The future of lighting is bright. This LED lamp will be the coolest thing in your home. Two magnetic spheres float weightlessly in air, acting as the switch for the surround elliptical light. Just lift the bottom ball to turn on the lamp, and release the magnetic pull to turn it off. It operates via an included USB cord and looks great on your desk, side table, kitchen, or anywhere else you need a little brightness.