The Treadwall ($TBA) is exactly what it sounds like — a treadmill for wall climbing. The standalone device offers auto-stop technology for self-paced climbing, adjustable angles and holds to diversify the experience, a Polar heart-rate monitor, and built-in safety — since you're never more than a few feet from the floor, you simply hop off when you're finished. American Gladiators, here we come. [Thanks, Jeff]
Enjoy a new seaside activity with the Waboba Ball ($10). Made from a mix of polyurethanes with a Lycra coating, the ball both bounces and floats on water, crucial properties for the ball's game, in which two teams of three attempt to bounce the ball off the water to their teammates without having the pass intercepted. Sure, it's not the most intricate game, but simplicity is nice when you're trying to play a drunken game without getting sucked out to sea by a rip current.
Many of us forget to brush twice a day, most of us don't brush for the full two minutes and we all let our toothbrushes get frayed and ineffective. Quip is a simplified Electric Toothbrush and brush-head subscription service designed to break these bad habits. The slimmest electric toothbrush on the market, quip features a sleek aluminum handle — available in silver, slate, copper and gold — and convenient mirror mount that doubles as a travel cover. The brush's vibrating bristles pulse at timed intervals to guide an effective 2-minute cleaning, and to ensure you actually replace your brush on time, you'll get a new brush-head and toothpaste refill in the mail every three months from $5.
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Big fun. Small space. Available are three Mini Table Games ($40 each) — foosball, ping pong, and air hockey — that are super portable and perfect for your office or dorm. The foosball table has six-on-six action and built-in scoreboards; the ping pong table has a folding play surface with integrated ball and paddle storage; and the air hockey table has a hidden, battery-powered fan for puck-flying surface action.
Get a complete workout from a single machine with the Titan T1 Gym ($3,600). Designed to fit comfortably in a 9' x 12' room, the T1 offers over 50 exercises, including leg press, standing calf raise, shallow incline press, horizontal leg press, pull-ups, seated military press, and seated row, and features heavy-duty steel construction for durability. With a counter balance system for light lifting and the ability to handle up to 800 lbs of weights, it'll give you the workout you need, whether you're Lou Ferrigno or Lou Dobbs.