Pizza… the final frontier, set out on a mission to explore strange and new pizzas, to seek out and discover new cheeses and toppings, to boldly slice where no man has sliced before. This Star Trek pizza cutter measures 8.5 inches in length, making it the perfect weapon to battle Romulans or to cut some cheese-and-sauce pizzaborgs.
The Seatylock is a hybrid bicycle saddle that quickly unfolds into a solid bicycle lock, eliminating the hassle of carrying a lock, and giving you some piece of mind against bike theft. It’s designed with a universal adaptor to make it compatible with any seat.
A range of gourmet candy pizzas each with a harmonious balance of sweet and salty that will satisfy the cravings of any sweet tooth. Each pizza can serve 6 to 8 people, weights over 1 pound and comes packed in a pizza box.
This Bento lunchbox art set includes a Shiba dog face mold and a seaweed cutter to add some doggie detail such as the eyes, ears and nose. It makes it quick and easy to create some adorable and edible rice pups that you can munch on.
A huggable cushion in the form of an entire pizza with thick fluffy crust that comes packed in a cardboard pizza box, just like a real pizza, except it won’t be forming mold if you leave it on your couch for days on end.
If you love pizza as much as you love bath bombs, then you’re going to love the pizza bath bomb. It’s surprisingly realistic looking, and it actually smells like pizza or not, you can choose another scent. It’s about dang time the beauty industry acknowledged this cheesy morsel of truth.
The Salt + Power shakers amps up any item on your menu, and when they run out of flavor power, just fill them back up and you’re recharged in to time. These D-sized battery shaped shakers are a fun way to pass salt and pepper around the table.
This bicycle light is perfect for daily commuters, urban cyclists, casual evening riders – anytime you want to be visible after dark or in the rain. The lighting system creates thousands of amazing patterns in your spinning bicycle wheel.
Like land ships with legs, Strandbeests use sails to activate their joints and walk as the wind blows. This walking bike replaced Jansen’s sail with a couple pedals and a bike chain. As the cyclist pedals, the linkage the feet move back and forth, one before the other, like the legs of a shy spider. Jon Paul isn’t yet sure…