The iD3 is a silicone card holder that holds one card on each side. Use it for IDs, credit cards, transportation passes and more. Unlike Elago’s previous card holders, this one has a silicone strap, which helps keep its weight to under an ounce.
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One of the most useful things you can have with you is paracord. This durable material is ideal for mending, hanging, tying, tourniquets, and other survival needs. Everyday Carry have put together a great guide to gear that keeps paracord handy whenever, wherever you go.
Do you love to drink wine, but hate to open a whole bottle just to pour a glass or two? This nifty gadget called zzysh® lets you preserve your wine or champagne, ensuring it stays fresh, fragrant, and delicious for weeks. Save 20% with promo code getyourzzysh.
A great writing instrument when you need to write in a darkened location without impacting your night vision. This tactical pen has got a red LED for illumination at the tip, a non-reflective metal barrel, and comes with a pressurized ink cartridge that writes in all conditions.
A brilliantly simple system that turns plastic bottles into water bladders. The Grip’enGo’s bottle cap adapter seals and fits on a variety of bottles, including juice and soda bottles. It makes it easy to enjoy different drinks on the go and clean the draw tube.
After crushing it with the most rugged phone cases you can buy, OtterBox has turned their attention to beer growlers. This 64oz. stainless steel container has a copper lining for insulation, a sweat-resistant exterior, and a screw on lid that won’t accidentally pop open.
We got a chance to check out Sony’s nifty compact LSPX-P1 short throw projector, and found it to be a great way to add a splash of art, color, light, or movement to any flat surface – from walls to desktops to floors. Check out our full review on Technabob.
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.
Binging with Babish shows two ways of cooking one of Paper Boi’s first tastes of preferential treatment: the lemon pepper joints… but with the sauce on ’em. The one from Atlanta has buffalo sauce mixed in, but chef Andrew prefers adding clarified butter instead.
A fire starter that works by ramming a small piston into a cylinder. This creates enough heat to ignite tinder or char cloth. Clickspring’s version is quite expensive, but it’s made in the USA out of aluminum and brass to ensure durability and a great fit. Skip to 2:47.