Ronan Lynam’s cheeky illustration speaks one of life’s universal truths. There’s a reason they call it “work,” yo. You can get the image on t-shirts, prints, hoodies, pillows, bags, clocks, or mobile skins from society6.
Sunpocket makes foldable shades for people who love sports and the outdoors. The sunglasses have an unbreakable polycarbonate lenses with 100% UV protection. The lenses and frames come in a variety of designs and colors.
Glance replicates the key capabilities of a smartwatch, but augments your existing timepiece. Just slip it under your wrist strap, and it adds incoming call alerts, message responses, activity tracking, and doubles as an air mouse.
This rugged analog watch is the ultimate adventurer’s timepiece, concealing a compass, can opener, firestarter, whistle, signal mirror, magnifying glass, fishing line, hooks, and cutting tool inside. It’s also got a built-in LED flashlight.
A folio with wallet and phone pockets, pen or cord holders, an iPad Mini compartment and an elastic strap. It also comes with a swappable insert of your choice that offers more storage for different needs – writing, traveling, drawing etc.
This unique bag rolls up to protect suits, dress shirts and pants, but can be thrown over the shoulder like a messenger bag or duffel. It wraps around the included gym bag to separate your casual gear, shoes and accessories.
TokyoFlash’s handsome limited-edition watches combine wood cases and bands with retrofuturist LED displays. Despite looking cryptic, the digits are actually quite easy to read. Available in several LED colors and dark or light wood.
A belt for frequent fliers. You can remove its stainless steel buckle without removing the rest of the belt, making it easier to go through airport security. Its also infinitely adjustable and lets you change straps easily.
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