Hack a Can of Compressed Air So It's Refillable

It's useful for blasting dust, crumbs, and other crap off your keyboard and electronics, but those overpriced compressed air cans are almost as big a rip-off as printer ink. So here's a brilliant and relatively simple hack that makes a compressed air can refillable with a standard tire pump. And just to highlight… » 3/28/13 12:28pm 3/28/13 12:28pm

Canless Cleaner Blasts Away Crap At 200 Miles Per Hour

There's no better way to rid your keyboard of the disgusting horrors lurking between every key than with a blast of clean air. But if you're tired of buying endless cans of compressed air, this handheld Hurricane air pump promises 200 mile per hour blasts without chemicals or other questionable gases. » 11/08/12 9:07am 11/08/12 9:07am

UR-202 Wristwatch Features Winding System Regulated By Compressed Air

The UR-103 watches from Urwerk were interesting, but their new 202 Hammerhead Automatic goes a few steps further with a unique winding system regulated by compressed air. Instead of a traditional rotating vane, the 202 uses miniature twin turbines to control the rate of automatic winding. Plus, the level of air… » 4/14/08 9:20pm 4/14/08 9:20pm

Compressed Air Knife Patent Cranks Up the Killing Power

You would think that knife blade technology had reached its pinnacle a long time ago, but there are still inventors out there bound and determined to re-invent the wheel. Imagine if Crocodile Dundee whipped out a knife that was not only huge, but could also blast compressed air into an open wound—causing massive organ… » 3/12/08 5:10pm 3/12/08 5:10pm