The latest version of the Rollbe circular ruler now makes a click sound for every full rotation, making it easier to tally measurements. It also now comes in black, with the units laser-engraved for easier reading. It’s still available in 4″/10cm or 8″/20cm.
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Looking for a bright flashlight you can rely on? Everyday Carry has got the hookup with five great lights that won’t let you down, and you’ll feel confident carrying in your bag for any time you need something brighter and more focused than your smartphone’s wimpy light.
S&D Brewski’s stainless steel growler has a built in erasable chalkboard so you can remember what’s inside. Its double-walled, vacuum-sealed insulation keeps contents fresh, and stays cold up to 36 hours, and its screw-top lid comes with a tether so you don’t lose it.
Want a great beard? You need a great grooming kit. These bundles from Crux Supply Co. feature a variety of shaving goods, from pre- and post-shave oil to enriching pomade to help you maintain a healthy, perfectly styled beard. Save up to 24% in The Awesomer Shop.
ilsangisang’s clever lamp features a design that makes it look like it’s always turned on. It sits at the intersection of your desk and a wall, providing a mock beam of light that doubles as a display for small objects. It also really does light up. Measures about 15.5″ tall.
Modustrial Maker teamed up with fellow builder Jonny Builds to transform a huge honkin’ wooden timber beam and sheets of steel into a sculptural ambient floor lamp, loaded up with LED strips that display patterns in reaction to music. We want one of these in our office.
Hold any cloth, tarp, or other fabric firmly in place without the need for grommet holes. These heavy duty plastic grips grab tighter as more tension is applied. The diminutive Minnow Gripper holds up to 175 lb, while the 5″ long Mighty Gripper holds up to 150 lb.
CountyComm’s pen-sized screwdriver is the perfect addition to your EDC pack. The compact aluminum tool has two interchangeable bits which provide two sizes of phillips and flathead drivers. The cap has a neodymium magnet built in to lift items up to 8oz.
This wood-grained journal may or may not inspire you to finish The Great American Novel, but it certainly will look cool sitting there as a paperweight, and if nothing else, you can spend time doodling or meticulously laying out your own lines on its 300 blank pages.
This useful stainless steel and plastic tool combines a cutting blade, bottle opener, firestarter, flashlight, compass, screwdriver, carabiner, and 1/4″ hex bit adapter in one. Also available in a gift set with a machined tactical pen and waterproof case for $45.
The De-sk is a modular workstation that features different types of slats that can be fitted on a steel frame. There’s a slat with a power strip, one with a monitor mount, one with a hole for cables and so on. You can resize and customize the desk anytime by switching slats.
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.
Keep your hand tools like wrenches and screwdrivers neat and organized in the large roll-up bag, and your knives, tweezers, and other small items in the small roll. Both are made from water-resistant Oxford cloth, and the large one has an adjustable shoulder strap.
SuckUK’s four-color pen comes loaded with cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks, so you can draw images in full color with a single pen by crosshatching. While it doesn’t let you adjust saturation levels, it’s still a nifty tool for sketching and belongs in every artist’s toolbox.
We’d be happy to carry our lunch to the office in this smart lunchbox, which keeps foods neatly arranged into serving compartments. Plus, its stainless steel construction resists odors and is non-toxic. Includes a soft carry bag, two lidded containers, and a set of fun magnets for kids.
Are you over your job? Remind yourself of your general state of corporate ennui with these all-black pencils, each embossed with a phrase that echoes your true feelings about having to work when you could be outside having fun. Sold in a set of five nihilistic designs.
Back in the day, we lived off of instant noodles. After all, they’re dirt cheap, fill you up, and they actually taste pretty good. Now that we’re “adults,” we prefer fresh-made ramen, but we still dig this fun sticky note pad which looks like a brick of the dorm room mealtime favorite.
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