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Underground Doomsday Survival Condo
Previously a nuclear missile launch facility somewhere in Kansas, the Survival Condo is a multi-million doomsday bunker that descends 200-feet into the ground and spans 15 floors. It can withstand a nuclear blast to catastrophic weather events. Once you step inside the fortified entrance, there’s plenty of living spaces, heat / energy sources, food / medical supplies and many luxurious you’d expect on the surface.

Back to the Future Time Machine Bass Guitar
Photo credit: Doner Designs
In Back to the Future, Marty McFly rocked a Gibson ES-345 electric guitar at the 1955 Enchantment Under the Sea high school dance, but this custom Time Machine bass by Doner Designs might have been more fitting. The Chicago-based father and son duo created this to pay tribute to the Michael J. Fox movie franchise, especially the time-traveling DeLorean, complete with flashing lights, a selectable destination year display and a flux capacitor.

Apple iPhone 12 5.4"
Photo credit: Lets Go Digital
Apple’s iPhone 12 will be the company’s first handset to support 5G connectivity, and while most of the chatter has focused on the two rumored Pro models, there’s plenty to get excited about for the lower-priced offerings. Priced from $649, the base model features a 5.4-inch Super Retina OLED (BOE) display, an A14 Bionic processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, and a dual rear camera setup.

IKEA Frakta Shopping Bag Face Mask
Photo credit: Zhijun Wang
Anyone who has shopped at IKEA has probably seen their FRAKTA storage bag, and if so, you’ll know that there is plenty of room for whatever you want. In normal use, shoppers can carry the bag either with the handles or on their back with the long straps hanging over your shoulders. Designer Zhijun Wang decided to turn these bags into functional face masks.

Stanford Black Mirror Dog Pupper
Black Mirror fans probably know about the robotic dog featured in the fifth episode, titled “Metalhead,” as they were inspired by Boston Dynamics’ robots such as BigDog. Well, a group of college students decided to build a miniaturized version for less than $900, and it’s called “Stanford Pupper”. All it took was a 3D printer, Sony PlayStation controller and other easy to obtain parts.