Litta solar-powered bike light

Solar powered bike lights aren't exactly a new idea at this point, but they also aren't particularly common. Why? Because up until fairly recently, small solar panels simply couldnt soak up enough energy quickly enough to be useful in a bike light. This one is different. Thanks to its high-end solar panel and low-power LED bulb, Litta can completely charge itself in just a few hours, and will work for years to come without ever needing to be pugged in even if you live in an area that doesn't get a ton of direct sunshine.


Locomoco screen-less coding teacher

Robots that teach kids how to code are a dime a dozen these days. Most are just a slightly different take on the same exact idea, but Locomoco is different. Of all the coding robots we have ever seen on Kickstarter, it's arguably one of the coolest. Why? Well, in addition to looking and functioning like a normal toy train set, it's also designed to teach kids (or adults!) the fundamentals of coding and computer logic without forcing them to stare dead-eyed into a tablet or smartphone screen. As such, it allows users to learn through a more tactile and hands-on process.


Kolude KD-1 Keyhub multi-port keyboard

Warning: this keyboard will piss you off. Why? Because it's so simple that it makes you wonder why no computer or peripherals manufacturer has done something like this already. It's a keyboard equipped with all the ports you could ever need: HDMI, USB, SD, USB C, and a handful of others. This essentially means you can it into anything, plug anything into it, and won't have to reach to the back of your computer tower every time you want to to insert a flash drive or plug in a new display. Seriously, why isn't this already a standard design feature on all keyboards?


Ultrasona ultrasonic cleaner

Ultrasona is a portable ultrasonic washing machine. Sounds crazy, right? Here's how it works: When submerged in water and switched on, the device's transducer sends out ultrasonic vibrations, creating tiny cavitation bubbles in the water that violently agitate dirt, grime, and bacteria on whatever you're washing simultaneously washing and disinfecting it. This exact same technology is used at a larger scale in chemistry laboratories, where it's known as sonication. With Ultrasona, you can finally get this tech in a convenient and totally portable form factor. Imagine you could wash your clothes in a hotel sink!


Resource: digitaltrends.com

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Litta solar-powered bike light

Solar powered bike lights aren't exactly a new idea at this point, but they also aren't particularly common. Why? Because up until fairly recently, small solar panels simply couldnt soak up enough energy quickly enough to be useful in a bike light. This one is different. Thanks to its high-end solar panel and low-power LED bulb, Litta can completely charge itself in just a few hours, and will work for years to come without ever needing to be pugged in even if you live in an area that doesn't get a ton of direct sunshine.


Locomoco screen-less coding teacher

Robots that teach kids how to code are a dime a dozen these days. Most are just a slightly different take on the same exact idea, but Locomoco is different. Of all the coding robots we have ever seen on Kickstarter, it's arguably one of the coolest. Why? Well, in addition to looking and functioning like a normal toy train set, it's also designed to teach kids (or adults!) the fundamentals of coding and computer logic without forcing them to stare dead-eyed into a tablet or smartphone screen. As such, it allows users to learn through a more tactile and hands-on process.


Kolude KD-1 Keyhub multi-port keyboard

Warning: this keyboard will piss you off. Why? Because it's so simple that it makes you wonder why no computer or peripherals manufacturer has done something like this already. It's a keyboard equipped with all the ports you could ever need: HDMI, USB, SD, USB C, and a handful of others. This essentially means you can it into anything, plug anything into it, and won't have to reach to the back of your computer tower every time you want to to insert a flash drive or plug in a new display. Seriously, why isn't this already a standard design feature on all keyboards?


Ultrasona ultrasonic cleaner

Ultrasona is a portable ultrasonic washing machine. Sounds crazy, right? Here's how it works: When submerged in water and switched on, the device's transducer sends out ultrasonic vibrations, creating tiny cavitation bubbles in the water that violently agitate dirt, grime, and bacteria on whatever you're washing simultaneously washing and disinfecting it. This exact same technology is used at a larger scale in chemistry laboratories, where it's known as sonication. With Ultrasona, you can finally get this tech in a convenient and totally portable form factor. Imagine you could wash your clothes in a hotel sink!


Resource: digitaltrends.com

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