Upgrade your note taking routine with the Rocketbook. This smart notebook uses a combination of dot grid paper and a companion app to effortlessly transform your written notes, drawings, and other doodles into digital files. Each page features a row of seven icons at the bottom that, when marked, can automatically file that page in a specified folder in Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs, or even your inbox. And when you've filled it up — assuming you've been using a Pilot FriXion pen — you can simply throw the whole thing in the microwave to wipe it clean and start over with a fresh, unblemished pad.
Part toy, part timekeeper, all impressive. The MB&F Melchior Robot Clock is the result of a collaboration between the cutting-edge watchmaker and L'Epée 1839, Switzerland's only specialised high-end clock maker. It features over 480 separate components, including jumping hours, sweeping minutes, double retrograde second indicators for eyes, and a 40-day power reserve. A polished glass dome lets you see the "brain" — the clock's regulator — the steel upper arms are posable, and the left arm gatling gun detaches for winding the movement. Limited to 99 pieces and available with monochromatic or two-tone steel and brass armor.
Depending on your background, the Stephen Kenn x Truck Furniture Boomerang Chair may have traveled more in the weeks before it's delivered than your have. A collaboration between Kenn and Tokuhiko Kise of Truck Furniture, the chair is covered in Kenn's vintage military canvas, which is shipped to Tokyo to be applied to the Truck design. The pieces are then shipped back to LA, before heading out to you.