Most origami kits teach you how to make a paper flower or grasshopper, which is about as interesting as, well, origami. How about a paper-folding project with balls instead? These paper models are downloadable PDFs that you just print out and build: all your favorite late-model and classic trucks are available. No grasshoppers.
If you’re going to take that leap and wear “accessories” at least choose functional ones. Unlike assless chaps, this grenade-shaped beer opener/multi-tool/keychain will look sharp hanging from your belt and it has ¼” & 7/16” hex wrenches plus several ways to pop your brews.
This magnetic wall mount organizer will get clutter like your keys, iPhone, and earbuds up off your workspace and keep them easily within reach. And speaking of reach, another use for the device is the convenience of “hands-free” video calls, popular with couples in long distance relationships.
If you’re a catch-and-release fisherman, you know that bringing your camera is just as important as bringing the right kind of flies. This totally waterproof roll-top dry bag features Molle webbing allowing you to strap it on anywhere, so your camera is handy when you reel in the big one. And even if you don’t fish, we can all appreciate a dry bag.
This 4-card carrier mounts to your iPhone 5 to give it yet another useful function: now it’s a wallet. Made of natural oil-tanned leather & Macassar ebony wood, it is handcrafted in Los Angeles, California.
At the bottom of this camo-lined, heavy waxed canvas and leather duffel is a secret compartment or “false floor.” Use it to separate your cleans from dirties or smuggle something even sketchier than your filthy boxers in there.
Cleaner and greener than solar powered lighting, the GravityLight employs the power of gravity in a simple system using a weight. Lift the weight & the light will glow for 30 minutes. Designed to replace harmful, expensive kerosene lamps in developing countries, it can also be used to power-up mobile devices, a radio, batteries, etc. via
With a 3-hour continuous run-time on a single charge, this Lithium battery powered fan really blows. And by “blows” we don’t mean it sucks, we mean it blows, literally. As in, this fan blows at 1700rpm when you switch it to high.
Your old friend Han Solo will be collecting dust when you get your hands on these guys. Clint Eastwood from The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly, DeNiro from Taxi Driver, and Jason from Friday the 13th are just a few of the pose-able Hollywood classics you can find on (of course) eBay from a dedicated dealer named Popsfartberger.