We've all done it — set our iPhones to silent only to have them make noise anyway, normally at the most inappropriate time possible (at dinner, during a meeting, in the middle of sex with an overly jealous, possibly psychopathic partner). Mutator ($16) is out to end all of that. This simple gadget sits in your iPhone's headphone port, letting you silence all sorts of sounds — videos, music, apps, Siri, alerts, etc. — with nothing more than a simple turn of the pyramid-shaped top. Turning the audio back on is as simple as turning it back the other way, giving you complete control over your cantankerous communicator. [Scouted by Danny]

  • Wacom Bamboo Stylus Mini

    It can be great to have a stylus around when using your tablet or smartphone, but finding space for one in your pocket — or trying to find one in a bag — can be more hassle than it's worth. With a diminutive size and included tether, the Wacom Bamboo Stylus Mini ($15) should alleviate both problems. It features a small solid brass body wrapped in soft-touch rubber, a smooth rubber nib, and a built-in tether that attaches to your device's headphone jack. All you have to figure out is which of the six colors you like best.

  • Netatmo Weather Station

    Keep track of the conditions both inside and outdoors with the Netatmo Weather Station ($180). Designed exclusively for use with smartphones and tablets, this system includes sleek, separate cylindrical aluminum and white modules for outside and inside, which work together to measure the temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and CO2 concentration, and communicate with a dedicated app over Wi-Fi. It's like having your own personal Weather Channel, only without the dorky hosts and elevator music.

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