Hello Touch

What do the machines have over your own hands? The ability to vibrate on demand. Fix that problem with Hello Touch ($65). Powered by a (relatively) slim wristband, these powerful fingertip vibrators are like a Power Glove for the bedroom. Just make sure your partner is cool with it first — because no one likes an uninvited cyborg in the sack.

  • Alias Barbell

    You won't be using it to train for the World's Strongest Man competition, but if all you're looking for is enough weight to keep tone while you're sitting at your desk, the Alias Barbell ($150-$200) is all you need. Available in 1kg (2.2lbs) or 2kg (4.4lbs) varieties, these sleek fitness implements are made from chromed casting brass, and feature thermoplastic rubber on the ends to keep your desk — and the weight — from getting scratched up. Designed by the one and only Philippe Starck.

  • Misfit Shine

    Why should you have to wear your activity tracker on your wrist? The Misfit Shine ($80) is a quarter-sized sensor that hooks up to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device via magic. Or actually, some sort of new sync paradigm where all you need to do is set it on your device. It's also crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum and sports a built-in clip, which makes you wonder if it isn't a secret Apple skunkworks project gone rogue.

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