We’re not advocating going barefoot at the office, but if you work at home, or at least keep your socks on, we’re good with the idea of giving your tootsies a break during the work day with this silly, but relaxing desk add-on.
An array of food storage shelves and racks. The main component is a slideout shelf for hanging Ziploc bags and similarly-sized bags that attaches to fridge shelves or doors. There are also a pair of molds that make it easy to partition and shape items to be frozen.
Precision-machined knives with a clean, minimal look. Each has a tough D2 steel blade set into a durable titanium handle. The Strand offers a frame lock, while the slimmer West has a slip-joint design. Available in black PVD, bead-blasted, stone-washed and satin finishes.
A flat-pack stainless steel stove that fits in your pant pocket until you need it. The Pocket Survival Stove also has additional cutout tools. The stove shown in the video is the original version; the latest one has fish hooks, snare locks, a bait, a saw and a stirrer.
A small and easy to use shower head for outdoors. Simple Shower works with 1L to 2L bottles as well as 1L to 3L collapsible bottles. The removable cap means you don’t have to take out the tube and funnel to refill the bottle.
If you travel frequently, you know that your clothes can be a real mess when you pull them out of your luggage. Sometimes they need a full ironing, but other times, it’s just the collars or edges that are wrinkled. This tiny iron goes anywhere and is perfect for quick fixes.
TSA-approved luggage that uses sensors and a bracelet to autonomously move and follow you at up to 4.5mph. It automatically switches to manual mode when you touch its handle and uses GPS to go back to you or send you its location via an app.
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