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Reflective Skeleton Gloves

Reflective Skeleton Gloves

Improve your visibility while riding your bike at night with Suck UK’s X-ray vision skeleton gloves. The bones are printed with a highly-reflective ink that will make them stand out for sure. The one-size-fits all gloves are made from a stretchy black fabric. Grab a pair now, and get an early jump on your Halloween costume.

Indoor Picnic Blanket

Indoor Picnic Blanket

Whether it’s pouring rain outside, or there’s a dusting of snow on the ground, it doesn’t mean a picnic is out of the question. Just toss down Suck UK’s indoor picnic blanket, and bring the outdoors in. It features a realistic print of grass and daisies on one side, and checkered fleece on the other. Measures appx. 55″ x 47″.

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Rockstar Ruler

Rockstar Ruler

Rock out with your French curve out. Designer Mike Vaiksaar’s clever drawing tool for Suck UK makes geometry so much more fun, packing a protractor, set square, arc tool, and other useful stencils into the shape of an electric guitar. Available for order soon.

Mugshot Height Chart

Mugshot Height Chart

While you could mark your kids’ heights on the wall as they grow up, we like Suck UK’s idea. The kit includes a dual-sided wall chart with metric and imperial measurements, and number cards your kids can hold up to record their age at the time of their incarceration.

Cassette Tape Speaker

Cassette Tape Speaker

While it’s unlikely to be the loudest or most high-fidelity speaker every day, we’ve gotta hand it to Suck UK for cramming a Bluetooth speaker into the case of a classic cassette tape. We don’t recommend sticking this thing into your old tape player.

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