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Makerbot Digitizer

Whether you're lucky enough to own a Makerbot Replicator, or you've just been following tech news lately, you know all about the incredible potential of home 3-D printers. The Makerbot Digitizer ($1,550) takes that potential one step further, letting you scan everyday objects, and easily create digital models for 3-D printing. Just place an object on the turntable, and with a couple of button presses the laser will scan the object, saving it for easy use on a Makerbot or most other 3-D printers. This tool is so simple to use it doesn't even require any knowledge of 3-D modeling software or any patching, stitching, and repairing — so you can just start making.

  • El Rey Effects Guitar Pedals

    While there are certainly plenty of options out there for guitar players looking to add something special to their sound, there's nothing out there quite like El Rey Effects Guitar Pedals ($150). Hand-wired and custom-painted here in Cincy, these pedals look as good on your board as they sound coming out of your amp. Choose from pedals like the Mexican-wrestling-inspired Lucha Fuzz, the Ouija-board-inspired The Mystic, and several more. Whatever you choose, you're bound to make bandmates jealous and audience-members move.

  • Beddit Sleep Tracking Device

    Improve your health by learning more about the way you rest with the Beddit Sleep Tracking Device ($99). While it's certainly not the first sleep monitor to hit the consumer market, it's one of the only ones that you don't need to wear when you sleep. The sensor comes in the form of an adhesive strip that goes underneath your sheets and connects to your smartphone over bluetooth — no armbands or headbands necessary. The iOS app tracks your sleep schedule, your heart rate, your snoring, and your breathing, giving you reliable data and tips that help you improve your sleep, and your life.