The Wackiest Deals We Found This Week
This piece was written by the Cracked Shop to tell you about products that are being sold there.
You work hard for the money. So hard for it, honey. You work hard for the money, so spend it on weird things that serve no purpose other than making you happy. We're on the prowl every week for fun stuff that our readers might like, and this week, we've got some goodies, from bottomless pits to custom mixtables.
You always joked that you had a one-way phone line to the abyss, and here's your chance to back up the talk! This bottomless pit optical illusion rug will make people really think you are talking directly to hell.
This multifunctional lamp is completely portable and works great in a living room, on a bedside table, sneaking around SeaWorld at night, or wherever else you might go. Its charging base is fully adjustable, it offers a range of light colors and brightness, and it even features smart home integration with Alexa or Google Assistant so you can get directions out of SeaWorld when you inevitably get lost in the penguin enclosure.
We've all been there: You've dropped your phone too many times, and now it's scared of you, shaking all over the place while you're just trying to film a weird bug. The good news is you can now protect and comfort your phone while taking better pictures with the ingenious Pictar Smart Grip that clips on and turns your phone into an easily gripped, more natural-feeling camera.
This advanced LED spiral floor lamp uses 90% less power than incandescent or halogen lamps and gives you 358 effects and 16 million colors to choose from so you can have the best kind of rave: just you, without pants, in your living room.
This mini LCD projector might look like a canvas bag, but it lets you connect to all kinds of devices to cast a 120" 1080p HD image onto just about any surface. A wall? A blanket? Your own body? The sky's the limit. Seriously, it will probably not work on the sky.
Wakeup call: The '80s were 40 years ago. Before that fact sinks you into existential despair, consider this fun device that teaches you how microcomputers and other electronic components are used for sound production and helps you build your own custom controller so you don't look like someone's weird uncle spinning at the party on an old school turntable.
If you're an IoT wizard, you'll love this intuitive monitor that's packed with comprehensive tools that let you get the most out of all your Raspberry Pi ideas. Connect it to a phone or computer as a normal monitor, use it as a Raspberry Pi touchscreen monitor to tidy up your workspace, or just accept the compliment.
This easily assembled tent attaches to any car with an upswinging tailgate, giving you a lounge area protected from bugs and sun anywhere you can drive without ever leaving the car. Roughing it never felt so smooth.
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