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Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer

One of the biggest impediments to progress in the 3D-printing space is finding reliable and renewable sources for filament — the material used to print objects — but the Ekocycle Cube 3D Printer uses filament made partially from post-consumer PLA like that found in plastic bottles. This lets you create incredible, unique works of art and everyday items from stuff people frequently just throw away. You can design and print objects on this 3D printer using the included smartphone app, or choose from a number of already-existing designs. Either way you're contributing to the growing maker culture, while keeping your impact on the planet at a minimum. That sounds like a win-win.

  • Waterfi Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite

    One of the Kindle's biggest advantages over normal tablets is its ability to be easily read outdoors — and for many, outdoors in the summer time means chilling at the beach or pool. Enter the Waterfi Waterproof Kindle Paperwhite. Completely waterproof thanks to dual-layer protection that's completely internal — leaving it looking stock — it offers all the features of the regular Paperwhite, but can be submerged down to 210 feet, meaning that unless you're in open water, odds are you'll be able to head down and retrieve it.

  • Gigs 2 Go

    When you need some extra storage to share those all-important files — whether it's your latest Photoshop masterpiece, video from an event, or photos from your wedding — it helps to have a USB drive on-hand. And with Gigs 2 Go, you never need to be caught in need. They offer packs of four drives (available in either one GB, eight GB, or 16 GB) encased in 100% recycled post-consumer paper. Just tear off the storage you need whenever you need it, pass it on to a friend, or store it for later. At the size of a credit card, they fit conveniently in your pocket or wallet, because it's better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.