Fill up your favorite protein lover’s belly with the delicious jerkies and nuts in Man Crates’ Caveman Crate. It comes with buffalo, beef, turkey, and venison jerky, along with tasty butter toffee almonds and chili citrus cashews, all packed in a sturdy wood crate.
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Our pals at Everyday Carry gathered up the best gear they spotted last month, from useful and beautifully-designed knives, to tools that stow in an iPhone case, to compact and easy to carry wallets. But what we want most is that stunning bronze Helberg CH6 wristwatch.
YouTube channel HouseholdHacker dusted off an old 1957 Science and Mechanics book filled with tips and tricks for around the house and decided to put some to the test to see if they were still relevant and useful today. We’re so trading in our oven mitts for a metal dustpan.
Next time your serve up a cocktail, drop a tiny human skull in, then let it gradually melt like the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark. This two-part silicone tray lets you make four 2″ x 2.36″ skulls at a time, and is great not only for water, but for fruit juice, jello, or candy skulls.
Minnesota artists HVRNT take quality new and restored axes, hatchets, and knives and hand-embellish their wood handles with natural and native imagery, much in the way one might have their skin tattooed. The designs are burned into the wood and then painted in some cases.
MOVI lets you convert standard desks into standing desks. Its electronic lift can be adjusted in 0.5″ increments and go up to 18″ high. You can save your preferred height on the control panel, which also has a USB charging port. Its 45″ wide surface is made of bamboo.
Kick off football season right with delicious fresh-cooked sausages and brats on Johnsonville’s handy indoor grill. It cooks up to five sausages at once, and cleans up in a snap. It’s perfect for feeding fantasy draft coaches or making gameday meals with no mess.
Each of the 32 pages in the 8.5″ x 11″ Rocketbook Everlast can be written on and then erased using a moistened cloth. Ink won’t rub off during normal usage either. Works with a Pilot FriXion pen (included), and Rocketbook’s app to permanently store images.
JACE.design offers drinkware, phone cases, posters and more that you can customize with a print of your desired location or coordinates. For the cases, bags and posters, you can zoom in on or out of the location and pick from a handful of drawing styles.
We’ve seen several objects that use magnetic levitation. This floating pillow lets you show off the precious items that you already own. It’s strong enough to lift jewelry, watches and other small items. The base comes in wired and wireless models, and three colors.
Made from rust-proof, dishwasher-safe pure titanium this extremely durable water bottle won’t impart any undesirable chemicals or taste into your drinks. Its screw-top lid has a built in carrying handle, and offers a removable gasket for easy cleaning. Holds appx. 14oz.
Esbit’s folding titanium cutlery weigh only between 12g to 18g apiece, and they can be folded in half so you can pack them even in cramped backpacks. Until 8/31/17, you can get all three as a set from Massdrop for just $30. After that, check Amazon for individual pieces.
Packing a 2,800 lumen CREE XM-L2 LED light source, this beast will turn night into day with its incredibly bright beam, which can be focused from flood to spotlight, and offers three brightness levels. Built from aircraft-grade aluminum with watertight o-ring seals.
Areaware says its latest bottle openers were “inspired by Norse mythology and Medieval history.” But we wouldn’t be surprised if the verbal pun came up before the visual one. Either way, these are cool tools to have. You can order both designs as one set to get a small discount.
Formerly known as Morgans, Public Goods is an upcoming monthly subscription service for toiletries and other essential household products. By shipping directly to subscribers, they can offer items for up to over 75% lower than retail prices. Launching 9/2017 for $12/mo.
Handmade in Switzerland, Malvaux’s Number 1 is a simple but brilliant take on the pocket knife. Its handle is bent at just the right angle to make it easier to both unfold and use the knife. It’s released only periodically in batches of 150 units at a time, so act fast if you want one.