A hybrid between an electric scooter and a skateboard, Powerboard’s Hoverboard will have you hovering around town like you own it. While it might come off as the safest idea, its 2 wheels are self-balancing to keep you sturdy and it hits a maximum speed of 8 miles per hour. Its rechargeable battery will keep you moving for up to 6 hours.
The Nano QX is one of the funnest and smallest quadcopters on the market. Fly it around the house and give your cats and dogs a workout without even having to move a limb. At just 14 grams, you can literally stash it away in your pocket and whip it out when you feel inclined to fly a mini helicopter.
Slightly concerning from a privacy perspective, this Holy Stone quadcopter drone comes with a built-in HD camera and weighs just under 2 pounds. It’s affordable and durable, but not the fastest on the market, making it a great drone for beginners to learn from their mistakes on.
With this galaxy star projector, you can stare into the Northern Hemisphere of Space in the comfort of your own personal home planetarium. With 60 000 accurately depicted stars projected, a shooting star setting, and two interchangeable projection discs to choose from, this is virtual stargazing at its finest.
Hiku shopping list might not be a necessary household item, but for anyone with less than perfect organization skills or a shady memory when it comes to replacing household items, Hiku is a pretty useful gadget for the home. Basically, whenever an item needs replacement, whether it be toilet paper or deodorant, scan the barcode using Hiku and the item will be added to your smartphone’s shopping list. Hiku also recognizes your voice so you can verbally add items to your list as well. It contains one user-friendly button and a magnetized back, allowing it to be set up on the fridge for easy access. As long as Hiku is in your kitchen, you’ll never be able to use the famous “I left the grocery list at home!” excuse.