We love the design of this modern coffee mug, which beautifully blends Japanese-style ceramic work with walnut wood. Its open handle not only looks cool, it allows the mugs to be stacked.
A multi-tool shaped like an axe head. Aside from an axe blade, It also has a hammer, a scraper, a ruler and more. You can mount it to a handle either by using its clamps or by tying it with a paracord, depending on the model you get.
This wide format tabletop clock uses the type of mechanism found in 1970s flip clocks, but tells time using words instead of digits. Measures a whopping 35″ wide x 7″ deep x 8 ” high. We only wish it were made from wood instead of plastic.
Modos is based on aluminum connectors that let you slot in boards to make a variety of furniture. You can get just the connectors or with Modos’ laminated plywood boards, which are 0.75″ thick and have walnut or maple veneer.
Crafted from a hand-cut hunk of bamboo, the Loudbasstard substantially increases the volume output of your smartphone’s speaker, without need for electricity. It won’t blow your eardrums, but it’s good for casual listening in a small room.
The Wallet Ninja is the equivalent of 18 tools in one credit card-sized package. It’s got 4 screwdrivers, 6 hex wrenches and a bottle opener. TSA-approved and made of heat-treated stainless steel, so it won’t rust, bend or dull.
A solar lantern which provides up to 16 hours of light per charge. Works as a task light, ambient light, or nightlight, and can also charge mobile gadgets in a pinch. Its solar panel can be placed outside a tent while the lamp stays inside.