A problem with old bottles is that the cork can degrade and fall in while opening. Master sommelier Ronan Sayburn shows off a method which lets him open a bottle with a wet feather. Though you need searing hot port tongs too.
Luggage packed with modern conveniences. Instead of zippers, Trunkster has a rolltop door for easy access. It also has a digital scale, a 15,000mAh battery and a 3A USB port for charging and optional location tracking.
Honk is a US roadside assistance app for iOS and Android. Use it to connect to nearby tow trucks and other vehicle services, specify your problem and get a quote. If you agree on the price (minimum $49) you’ll get help in 15-30min.
Inspired by 19th c. recipe, Slow & Low starts out with straight rye whiskey, then introduces orange peel, raw honey and horehound, resulting in a perfectly balanced, slightly sweet cocktail with a wondrous fragrance. Just pour and enjoy.
Magnetic boards made from planks and poles found along European and West Asian beaches, as indicated by the geographical coordinates branded on each board. Each board even comes with a photo taken when it was found.
A frying pan with a temperature sensor and Bluetooth connectivity. Its iOS and Pebble apps come with recipes and step-by-step instructions. You can also record your own recipes or just monitor the pan’s temperature through the apps.
A stick-on film that turns desks and other surfaces into a dry-erase board. Send the measurements of your desk or surface and you’ll get a film that’s been custom cut to fit. The film is removable and won’t damage furniture.
KMN Home’s machined aluminum rolling pin is the perfect balance of form and function. Not only does its metal construction look cool, it keeps your dough cool while rolling. Laser-engraved measurements help size your pastry perfectly.
This leakproof, powdercoated stainless steel container holds up to 64 ounces of your favorite brew, keeping it perfectly chilled for up to 24 hours. Also works to keep hot beverages warm up to 12 hours.
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