Next time it's your turn to cook, keep yourself from being shackled to the stove on stirring duty by busting out the Stirio. This smart, programmable kitchen tool is designed to fit a wide variety of pots, with adjustable clamps and an adjustable stirring blade. Ideal for cooking foods like risotto, stew, and porridge, it can go for at least an hour on a single charge of its battery, is safe for non-stick surfaces, and thanks to a nearly silent motor, won't drive you crazy making noise as it tends to your meal.
Inspired by classic ships lamps, the Stelton Ship's Lamp is a great way to add a nautical influence to your surroundings without ruining your minimalist decor. The lamp was designed by Erik Magnussen in 1982, and is crafted from satin polished 18/8 stainless steel, with a cylindrical design that helps keep the wind out and the flame going strong. The unique design allows it to be placed on a table, on the ground, or hung from the top, and since it runs on kerosene or oil, you won't even need a lamp trimmer to keep it going.
Dry erase boards are a staple in many offices. Unfortunately, most of what you write on them remains trapped there. Unless you're writing on the Smart Kapp Dry Erase Board. As the name suggests, this intelligent board connects to your mobile device via Bluetooth, allowing you to save snapshots of whatever's written on the board, share them with colleagues in real time, and upload them to services like Evernote and Dropbox. And while the board itself is obviously special, the included markers aren't — so buying replacements is as easy as making a trip to your local office supply store.