The Bobino Screen Shelf is an easy and inexpensive way to add storage space to your office, home theater setup, or even your bedroom. It’s a small shelf that clips onto the top of a monitor, TV, and any similar thin object to hold remotes, office supplies, or other small accessories.
Kammok’s warmest quilt keeps you toasty whether in your tent, sitting campside, or taking an early morning hike. It’s made from water-repellent fabric with an 850-fill power down filling, has a zippered foot box for using it as a sleeping bag, and a neck hole for wearing it as a poncho.
If you’ve ever tried to put a kayak on the roof of your car, you know how tricky it can be – especially by yourself. Dropracks lower down to the side of your vehicle, making it easy to load kayaks, bikes, skis, or roof boxes at a more comfortable loading height. Turn the crank to raise it back up, and it locks securely in place.
This unique light can be mounted atop an 8-foot telescoping pole, providing a smooth 360º canopy of light. It outputs 1200 lumens and has a 4000mAh rechargeable battery. Its tripod has spikes for stability and can be adjusted for uneven surfaces. You can also remove the lighting unit and hang it or use it as a regular flashlight.
The French 75 cocktail has metamorphosed since its invention during WW1. It was originally a gin drink (not very French), inexplicably named after the 75mm military howitzer. Fifty years later, truly French versions charged into the field, with Grand Marnier’s cognac and orange liqueur blend among the most sophisticated.
Measuring just over 2″ long, this tiny flashlight outputs up to 450 lumens and has a beautiful solid brass body. It’s IPX8 waterproof and dustproof, and knurling provides visual interest and grip. A red/green light on its tail provides a quick indication of charging status. It also comes in black aluminum or copper.
With an asking price of $295 million, and the appropriate name of The One, this Bel Air, California home is as extravagant as they come. Enes Yilmazer takes us on an extensive tour of the 105,000 sq.ft. home, which has 21 bedrooms, 49 bathrooms, a spa and salon, a nightclub, bowling alley, movie theater, and 360º ocean views.
This versatile tool is perfect for your bike bag, packing in several useful functions for repairing and tuning your bicycle on the go. It packs in Philips and flat screwdrivers, multiple hex, Torx, and spoke wrenches, as well as a chain tool and chain hook. They all fold up into a durable polycarbonate handle which provides leverage.
Located in Scotland, The Hill House was created by architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Unfortunately, the damp climate has been unkind to the home’s experimental construction. Tom Scott shows us how conservationists are working to save the house by surrounding it with a box made from 34 million chain links.
Lander’s palm-size light adds a bright area light to your tent, campsite, or while going for a nighttime stroll. Its elastic tether can anchor to itself for attaching to bags and clothing, and the 350-lumen lantern is both waterproof and drop-proof. It has a built-in 10000 mAh battery for charging gadgets or up to 250 hours of light.
Sit back and enjoy this 14-minute video from a bread factory in Korea, where ingredients are combined, then kneaded into dough and baked in industrial ovens. Then the freshly-baked loaves of white and chestnut bread glide along an assembly line, tumble out of their pans, and head to the cooling racks before slicing.
Gold Tone makes banjos, guitars, mandolins and ukes that look as good as they sound. They also use real guitar parts to make this cool shelf for music lovers. It has a mahogany body and neck with interior detailing, shelves with binding, a walnut fingerboard, and a guitar hanger wall mount. Shredding talent not included.
Want your plain black bag to stand out on the luggage carousel? You need one of Airportag’s playful bag tags. They come with funny illustrations and/or verbiage, and are made of a thick, durable plastic that should last a long time. They can be personalized with your information on back, or even your face on one design.
This versatile hand tool is basically a complete set of socket wrenches. Its dual rotating heads can turn both metric and standard hex bolts in 16 different sizes, as well as 12-point, round hex, square, spline, and Torx bolts. It can even dig in and turn damaged bolt heads.
While we’re not sure we could ever live in a tiny house, there is something appealing about the idea of an efficient living space. Living Big in a Tiny House introduces us to Dan and Annabel, who built a funky little guest house out of an old WWII railroad car. The greenhouse roof really brings light into the otherwise confined space.
Bungee cords are handy for tying things down, but their open hooks can come loose easily, especially without enough tension. Nite Ize’s smart HookLock bungees have locking hooks, ensuring secure and reliable attachment at both ends. Available in color-coded 24″, 36″, and 48″ lengths.
There’s something about sipping coffee or tea from a quality mug that makes the ritual even more enjoyable. Coffeify makes these beautiful ceramic mugs with intriguing designs inspired by nature. Each has a wooden handle for a cool grip, a matching lid, and an insert for straining loose tea. They also make a glass version.
Asobu’s double-walled stainless steel sleeve keeps your whiskey and other cocktails chilled, while protecting your hand from the cold. The sleeve’s rubber insert slides securely over a standard rocks glass, which is included in the package. Available in black, silver, white, or woodgrain finishes.
This ultra-compact charcoal grill has an 11″ x 6″ cooking surface and is perfect for cookouts for 1 to 3 people. Its elevated design protects tabletops and decks from heat, while its two-sided grille offers a flat side for easy burger flipping and an elevated side with seven skewer cutouts for kebabs.
This substantial handmade pen comes from Belgorod, Russia’s WarmKnives. It’s been machined entirely from titanium and has a bold, linear texture along its entire length providing grip and style. It takes a Parker refill and its threaded cap can be stored on its rear for safekeeping. Find more unique pens in their Etsy shop.
We’ve seen lots of organizers for tools, but they’re mostly pretty boring to look at. Garage Junky Store sells storage units handcrafted from diamond plate aluminum for a shiny and substantial look. They make cordless drill holders, shop towel holders, trash cans, broom holders, document holders, and more.
Out-the-front knives are ideal for quick blade deployment. Everyday Carry checked out the Benchmade Shootout, an automatic OTF knife with a single-edge 3.51″ tanto blade made from durable CPM CRU-WEAR stainless tool steel. Its textured CF-Elite polymer handle offers a firm grip. Be sure to check your local knife laws.