Collectors and monsters alike won’t be able to keep their hands out of this amusing cookie jar. It’s on the smallish side, so it’s great for a dorm room or a city kitchen. Features hand painted detailing and a rubber seal to keep it fresh (and keep ’em smiling).
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Sometimes when you’re living like an outlaw, you get homesick. Good thing the Lucky Bastard makes a candle for those wistful moments. Inhale crisp air, pine and cedar from their soy wax offering; it comes in a travel tin and will calm you, even if you don’t hail from Oregon.
A white-on-black version of Humans Since 1982’s segmented analog timepiece which offers the same 24 analog dials, but a bolder and easier to read display. It’s as amazing as ever, though we only wish it were more affordable. Measures 15.75″ h x 35.5″ w x 1.5″ d.
Give your meal the extra kick of flavor it deserves with these delicious honeys and sauces from Brooklyn’s Bushwick Kitchen. The Threes Knees trio gets spicy honey, spicy maple, and gochujang sriracha, while the Bees Knees trio has spicy, salted, and meyer lemon honeys.
A beautiful screen-printed perpetual wall calendar. It uses three rotating disks that indicate the day, month and date. It comes in black, white, red and purple; 25% of the proceeds from the latter go to Pro-Literacy Detroit. Also available from Schoolhouse.
Jolly Roger Knives‘ tiny steel blade is a great backup survival tool, providing a sharp cutting edge that can be used for cutting twine or as an improvised spear tip. Measures 1.75″ x 1″ and comes with a paracord lanyard and a Kydex sheath. Available in damascus for $50.
Effie is an upcoming robotic ironing machine. It uses contact heat, steam or both to remove wrinkles on clothing. It can iron one garment in 3 minutes and can be loaded with up to 12 items at once. So why are we still ironing? Because the robot will sell for about $920.
Just because you’re camping doesn’t mean you need to be uncomfortable at bedtime. This roll-up, lightweight (14.5oz) inflatable pad fits easily in your pack and under your sleeping bag, and provides an air-supported surface that ensures you won’t feel like you’re sleeping on rocks.
Like the Biersafe, but way slicker, Timo Hänsel’s in-ground Bierkühler Deluxe is fully motorized, and packed with LEDs so drinks make a dramatic entrance as they rise up from the ground, where they remain cool and out of the sun. It looks like it was a pain to set up though.
There are tons of flashlights which simply light your way, but if you want objects you’re illuminating to show in their true color (which can be critical for wiring and other tasks), you need one with a good Color Rendering Index (CRI). Everyday Carry shares their top picks.