Montie Gear Y-Fork Slingshot

Slingshots aren't just for kids — they can also be deadly weapons, perfectly suited to situations where you might have run out of ammo for your other options. The Montie Gear Y-Fork Slingshot ($100) is a prime example. Designed by Uncrater Nicholas Pennington, it features an aluminum frame that's powdercoated or anodized depending on color, a tapered Thera-Band Gold flat band with a 16-pound pull and 28-inch draw, a leather pouch assembly for securely holding ammo up to a 0.5-inch ball bearing or .44 cal lead ball, and a paracord-wrapped handle for comfort.

  • Third Rock Fire Pit

    If you've ever seen the finale of Epcot's fireworks show, then you have some idea of what the Third Rock Fire Pit ($1,700) is about. Although this model doesn't float, shoot roman candles, or sport a slew of LEDs on the outside, it is made from quarter-inch thick carbon steel, and features an iron oxide finish, cutouts of the world's landmasses, an interior coating of high-temperature-resistant paint, and a rain drain on the bottom. Overpriced drinks optional.

  • Solar Joos Orange

    Instead of spending big bucks on battery packs for your phone that will be useless as soon as you upgrade your handset, why not spring for something that can power damn near anything. The Solar Joos Orange ($150), which charges about 3.5 times faster than other portable solar chargers, features high-efficiency solar cells that are set into a durable, injection-molded polycarbonate case that's waterproof, sandproof, and generally rugged. It sports a 5400mAh lithium-ion polymer battery and a USB port for charging or powering everything from an iPad to a low-wattage fan. In addition, you can hook it to your computer to see reports on your power consumption and generation. It's like your own portable power plant, minus the overweight, donut-eating workers. [via]

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