This borosilicate glass laboratory beaker is attached to a wine stem and base and is graduated to 200 ml, but can hold up to 300 ml if it's been a long day.
These ceramic dipping bowls are shaped like a flask, an Erlenmeyer flask, and a beaker and are perfect or serving up oils and vinegars, sauces, dips, and more.
A borosilicate glass laboratory beaker with an added handle that transforms it into a scientific drinking vessel for sipping caffeinated beverages.
This terracotta watering vessel releases water from its base like a gentle rain shower when your thumb is removed from the top opening. Great for seedlings.
While they may look like normal playing cards, the back of each card is actually an AutoStereogram that reveals the suit and number of the card in magical 3D.
Handcrafted prop replica of John Hammond's cane from Jurassic Park with a real mosquito trapped in amber on top of a dinosaur bone inspired wooden cane.
Learn about super cold dry ice by making fun smoke-filled bubbles that can be held, rolled, bounced, and then popped into a burst of smoke.
This fun and informative Weather Pop-Up Book brings the dark side of nature right up in your face in wondrous illustrated pop-up 3D.
This fun toy ball for the pool looks, feels, and behaves just a like a real watermelon in the water, allowing one to dribble, kick, bounce, and pass it around... More
If you spend more time photographing your food to share on social media than actually eating it, then you'd better leave extra room to take pictures of your... More
This fun hot cocoa mix for kids (and budding paleontologists of all ages) combines an edible soil-like mixture of hot chocolate powder with caramelized white... More
A stunning scale model set of all eight planets, including the former ninth / current dwarf planet Pluto. Each of these accurately scaled down celestial bodies... More
An elegant ceramic espresso cup that allows you to view the phases of the moon seemingly right inside the mug by scanning the QR code at the bottom with a smartphone... More
A little terrarium house that lets you view bean sprouts rising up and winding their way through a maze layout until they reach the chimney on top in search... More
This massive life-sized, animatronic replica of Robby the Robot from the 1956 science fiction classic, Forbidden Planet, can now be yours to control.
For everyone who has spent way too long, gone way too far, and believed way too much on the Internet, this cool new Flat Earth Snow Globe is just for you.
A stunning kinetic art sculpture handcrafted from a solid chunk of bismuth ingot that showcases a neodymium magnet levitating in a central crevice.
This cool new Green Magnetic Field Viewing Film is a fascinating sheet of green film that encases millions of nano-sized magnetic particles suspended in oil... More
This mesmerizing shadow box makes small objects like feathers, leaves, and flowers move in slow motion right before your eyes.
Bouncy ball-sized planets filled with rheoscopic fluid (used to visualize liquid flow patterns like currents, turbulence, convection, and laminar flow) and a... More
Once assembled, this fun weather science kit lets children screw on a water-filled recycled plastic bottle and then, with a flip of a switch, watch in awe as... More
Just write down your wish on the special paper using the included pencil, crumple it up, straighten it out, roll it into a tube, light it on fire, and then watch... More