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Botanicalls

Botanicalls

Make sure your plant gets just the right amount of water, at the right times with Botanicalls ($100). This DIY kit includes everything you need to build an Ethernet-connected translation circuit that allows your plant to post updates about its status on Twitter. Now if they could just make one of these for pets, we might finally know what the neighbor's dog is barking at all night.

  • Mouse in a Pint

    If you've got a rodent problem, skip the inhumane traditional mousetrap and give the Mouse in a Pint (£10, roughly $15) a try. This simple, non-lethal mousetrap — designed by Thorsten Van Elten — uses a breadstick attached to a spring to prop up a pint glass. When the mouse enters and begins nibbling, the stick breaks, trapping the little guy (or gal) in the glass. What you do with it after that is up to you.

  • Zombie Tools

    You know how much we love our zombies here at Uncrate, but when the time comes to defend ourselves against a large-scale outbreak, we'll be ready — thanks to Zombie Tools ($250-$375). These gorgeous, specially-designed weapons are cut from 5160 spring steel, and then hardened, tempered, and sharpened for maximum zombie destruction. Be prepared.