Best products from r/Whatisthis

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13. ASAKUKI 300ml Essential Oil Diffuser, Cool Mist Humidifier for Home and Office, Quiet Aromatherapy Diffuser with Timer and Auto-Off Safety Switch

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14. Best Utensils Onion Holder Slicer Vegetable Tools Stainless Steel Easy Onion Holder Slicing Guide Vegetable Tomato Lemon Meat Holder Slicer Tools Cutter, Cutting Kitchen Gadget, Silver

  • INNOVATION AND REFINEMENT: ANY TIME ANY VEGGIES BestUtensils onion slicer holder are stylish elegance and effortless. 100% high quality & rust-resistant 18/8 stainless steel, Equipped with sharp prongs and reinforced plastic handle ensure the safety. Holds the onion steady and guides your knife for even slices. Experience safe and comfortable food preparation.
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Best Utensils Onion Holder Slicer Vegetable Tools Stainless Steel Easy Onion Holder Slicing Guide Vegetable Tomato Lemon Meat Holder Slicer Tools Cutter, Cutting Kitchen Gadget, Silver
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u/Walknasty · -2 pointsr/Whatisthis

Like C, D, E, F, G, A, B, the standard scale of musical notes. Have you ever listened to the do-re-mi song from The Sound of Music? That's the concept I'm trying to explain. The notes she's singing about, put those notes on a die, and that would accompany OPs picture to make very basic melodies. You don't need to put an entire staff on the die just put a letter. Here's a link for ones that can do the whole chromatic scale (i.e. sharp/flat notes inclusive) that may make it clear:

Copied the description for you too:
The Musician’s Dice are a creative tool that can be used in any number of ways: they bring the element of chance into the musical process. They can be used in composing Aleatory (Chance) and 12-tone music, or as a basis for improvisation; they’re fun in a jam session. They also make an effective study tool: they can be used as “musical flash cards” when learning harmony, and their randomness makes for fresh and challenging exercise in sight-singing and ear training. Created and patented by composer and recording artist J S Kingfisher, the Musician’s Dice make a great gift for the music-minded: they’re elegant, creative, fun to fondle, and look cool on the coffee table!

I don't know how else to explain this, if you still don't get it ask your kids.

More importantly these dice linked above are reportedly "fun to fondle".

u/berliniam · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

I wasn't able to find the lamb but I did find some of his other work

    and with that a biography:
    "Simon Te (Russia) is a new artist, just getting his start 2 years ago. He is a self taught photographer and graphic designer. It's been very hard work, but he has come a long way with tutorials and practice. Simon draws inspiration from contemporary art and the freedom of expression. He likes the simplicity of lines and forms created by nature itself. Simon is anticipating an exciting future ahead."

    It may be a super long shot, but either of the companies (Uniek or DesignOvation) who are listing the items may be able to connect you to him or his site since they're dealing with his photos.

    Good luck!
u/jaschac · 0 pointsr/Whatisthis

I don't know. I hear good things about "the patch", but there's a lot of programs to help you quit... ;)

Okay, the serious answer: I've had a ludicrous amount of good luck with this stuff: MetalGlo
If it's metal, and doesn't look good, this stuff will make it look good again. You should be able to find it in almost any hardware store, and probably places like Target and Wal-Mart too.

u/Dreamspitter · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

I want to know who drew this. Thus far, this is what I have been able to gather:

  1. The work appeared I guess around 2012 or so on a few sites, the below being some of them:

    From 2013

    From 2012

  2. The work is said to be H.R. Giger's everywhere I've looked, but talking about it with some friends in our ScienceFiction/Fantasy Art group most agree that it is not.

  3. One member says that the style of this image is influenced by Giger, but the way it is drawn is reminiscent to him, of 70s/80s Soviet works he has seen before. He says

    > I can't find an artist for the picture either. Stylistically is looks Soviet Controlled Eastern European or Soviet Russian dating to late 70's early 80's. Look at how the female body is depicted. It is very reminiscent of the Eastern Europe/Russian styles of that time frame. Not a ripoff, but an example of the style commonly seen back then. I have some old Sci-Fi book covers by European Authors that have colorized versions of similar styles printed in the late 70's to early 80's. Those Soviet Block Artist would have been cheaper then Western Artist. I don't really see any trace of Giger other then a monochrome color palette. The helmet is also an outlier to Giger's style. The rest of the drawing is also off. The cables are too smooth, manufactured looking. The proportions of the female in the drawing are also off. Too blocky, almost as if assembled not grown. Too many oddities in one drawing to let me say that it is a Giger. Never saw Giger draw a women with "Man Arms". Even his Alien Females have a suppleness to them.

  4. About that helmet. Yes. That is a Gundam head/helmet. This is interesting, because Gundam came out in April of 1979. Ridley Scott's Alien came out in May 1979. I feel this connection, as well as the artists love of these two things was apart of the reason they created it.

  5. If you simply google image search it, most of the results that come up are another version of the image, used as the cover to a 2014 book called "Necronomicon ex Mortis".

    This book is strange. Reviews say that the hardcover version of the book has NO art in it at all, while the paperback version does. The hardcover version SEEMS to be a plagiarized version of the Simon Necronomicon.

    While the paperback does feature a collection of H.R. Giger work (Necronomicon IV was the artwork that inspired Alien, and drew Ridley Scott to ask Giger to create more), I don't think they actually had the right to publish them. 1 star reviews say it is "print on demand" quality, with even the cover image being pixelated, in addition to images within. The title "Necronomicon ex Mortis" is taken directly from the film "The Evil Dead".

    So......WHAT is this?

    Who created it, and when?

    Did it originate on the internet, or was it at one point in print?
u/bigpix · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

when i was a wee lad just getting into backpacking i bought this book........

Written in 1906 it is filled with images and suggestions on gear to be had from Abercrombie & Fitch.

The author, Horace Kephart I later learned thanks to Ken Burn's The National Parks was pretty much responsible for the founding and formation of Great Smokey Mountains National Park. Which was the first National Park to be initially funded by private donors. He and photographer George Masa are the two to thank for this gem of a park.

u/jakewolfy10 · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

U.S. Toy Ancient Pirate Coins, 1 1/2 inches (144 Count) | Great Party Favors for Pirate Party

u/absynthekc · 3 pointsr/Whatisthis

It looks like aromatherapy diffusers I’ve seen on amazon.

ASAKUKI 300ML Premium, Essential Oil Diffuser, Quiet 5-In-1 Humidifier, Natural Home Fragrance Diffuser with 7 LED Color Changing Light and Easy to Clean by

u/italyqt · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

This is correct. This one is different but you get the idea Best Utensils Onion Holder Slicer Vegetable Tools Stainless Steel Easy Onion Holder Slicing Guide Vegetable Tomato Lemon Meat Holder Slicer Tools Cutter, Cutting Kitchen Gadget, Silver

u/matrix20085 · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

I know you are looking for an exact match but Anker makes a great cable. If you use it in bed I recommend splurging and get the 10ft cable.

u/BDanforth · 3 pointsr/Whatisthis

It's a thing for TMJ and/or cervical traction.

Accutrig TMJ Relief Pillow Best Neck and Shoulder Muscle Relaxer Traction Device for Pain Relief Management and Cervical Spine Alignment

u/talltrev · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

Thanks pal - You're right. I found out it was purchased 2006 and a google search shows many watches so similar. But to find the exact one will be very hard....I suggested an updated version and Amazon has one nearly identical.
Thank you very kindly.

u/freakofnatur · 0 pointsr/Whatisthis

Try this:

Same price as a cheesy pocket knife, and you get a bonus hammer.

Also note that one reviewer actually tried cutting a seat-belt with this, and it was hard with this purpose built device with a strong handle. My guess is that the flimsy letter opener would be sketchy at best, but better than nothing.

u/travellingmonk · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

It looks like the auto-adjuster for a drum brake. In cars, this allows the brake shoe to automatically move closer to the drum as the shoe wears down, so it maintains the same distance. 1865 is a little early for cars and maybe even street trolleys, I think those had hand operated brakes. But it probably serves the same purpose, to allow automatic adjustment of something... can't imagine what though.

Here's what a modern one looks like.

This one shows the threading.

u/KevinBrown · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

TENS electrode pads. Used in many electro-stim/measure situations. Reading electric signal or giving minor pulses to stimulate muscles. I've had these used on my knee both ways, to measure which muscles were firing after major surgery to stimulating the muscles to aid in rehabilitation. I have two portable TENS devices myself, they're wonderful.

u/danmickla · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

Yeah, that's totally it! I bought these: and the second picture there shows it. Thanks, me! :)

u/notthisdog · 1 pointr/Whatisthis

I just got one last week, came with a UBeesize camera/phone stand

Control it from distance - The wireless remote serves a wireless range up to 30 ft. Ideal for taking individual, group photos & wide angle views.

u/phthisisity · 2 pointsr/Whatisthis

A security bit set will have it. They sell a red case a lot of hardware stores with a ton of oddball bits. I got my kit for $10 at harbor freight.

edit: here is an amazon link