What the hell is a Razer Chroma-powered Mug Holder you ask? Basically, it’s a very unnecessary coaster that some of you might find confusingly desirable. The longer explanation goes something like this: [click to continue…]
The design of Cybermen has changed quite a bit since their first Doctor Who appearance back in ’66—a fact that is celebrated with these Doctor Who Evolution of the Cyberman Coasters. They’re cold cast from resin and aluminum and depict the Mark 1, Mark 04, Mark 05, and Mark 08 designs.
They mercilessly destroy water rings but may assimilate your smartphone should you place it on the coffee table. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
YouTuber Peter Brown has taken to his “Shop Time” channel to show the world how bubble wrap can be transformed from entertaining packing material to awesome but frustrating drink coaster.
The process involved applying a layer of epoxy resin to a mold frame, embedding a sheet of bubble wrap, and adding another layer to cover the wrap after it has cured. After the second layer has cured, coaster shapes are marked and cut out on a bandsaw.
Unfortunately, the final product loses all of its popping potential (AGHHHHHHHHHH!!!), but will provide an interesting conversation piece that will probably result in requests for you to make more. Check out the tutorial video below. [click to continue…]
In the Star Trek universe, Isolinear chips are perfect for storing large amounts of data, but they make terrible drink coasters. I mean, if you spill a little Andorian Ale on a chip, and all is lost. So, play it safe, and use these isolinear chip coasters instead. They look just like the real thing, and they’ll help prevent water rings on your captain’s chair.
Star Trek Isolinear Chip Coaster 2-Pack: ($14.99)
Japanese katanas are known for being deadly but beautiful weapons. As an homage to these legendary swords, Kotobukiya released this set of four katana handguard coasters. Each coaster is inspired by a significant figure from Japan’s feudal era.
Check out the entire series below. [click to continue…]