Designed by Jonas Wagell, this stunning clock from Normann Copenhagen combines both minimalism and boldness with few features and deep shades.
Made from powder coated aluminium at a size of 35cm in diameter, the Normann Copenhagen Bold Wall Clock is a striking timepiece will catch your eye instantly. The arms on the Bold Clock nod toward typographic inspiration and the contemporary design of this Scandinavian wall clock will keep you glancing at it hour after hour. Whether that means it improves your timekeeping or not, that’s up to you.
Remote working on a laptop is great, but sometimes you just want more screen space. That’s where Mountie, the side mount clip from Ten One Design comes in. Simply put, Mountie clips your phone or tablet to your laptop, coming with different sized interchangeable pads catering for different device thicknesses. Mountie really shines when you pair it with an app like Duet that connects your laptop to your iPhone or iPad giving you that ever useful second screen to boost your productivity. Or, of course, you can distract yourself with a bit of Netflix.
The world is going wireless and your home should be no exception. Philips Hue White and Colour LED bulbs are wirelessly controllable and energy efficient lights that fit straight into your normal screw or bayonet lightbulb sockets. Philips Hue White and Colour Starter Kit comes with a a few Hue Bulbs and Hue Bridge (which is kind of like a wifi router that connects to your bulbs). Once the lights are in and the bridge is set up, you’ll have full control over your lights from almost any device, wherever you are. Change colours, adjust brightness, set up automated timers, and even set scenes that automatically adjust to the light in your room. It gets even better. Philips Hue is widely compatible so you can connect it with voice controlled devices like Amazon Echo and simply tell your lights what you want them to do. Philips offer a myriad of bulbs, light strips, and lamps, as well as extra peripherals to extend the functionality and ease of use around your home, like the Philips Hue Wireless Dimmer, Tap Switch, and
Exploding Kittens: A Card Game About Kittens and Explosions and Sometimes Goats was the most backed game in Kickstarter history. The rules are simple. Players draw cards until someone pulls out an Exploding Kitten, at which point KABLAMMO! They explode. Well, they lose… unless they have a Defuse card which can defuse the kitten using an array of tools such as laser pointers, belly rubs, and catnip sandwiches. The rest of the cards are used to move, mitigate, or avoid Exploding Kittens. Oh, and some can activate special powers. Great fun for all the family, but if you’re after something a bit more explicit, go ahead and check out Exploding Kittens: NSFW Edition.
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