If you’re in the airport security line and even joke that your luggage is “bombproof” you’re probably not gonna make it on to your flight. But zip your lip, follow instructions, and you’ll cruise right through. This hard-sided carry-on from Victorinox is ultra lightweight and utterly indestructible – but please, no joking.
Almost unbelievably, Emil Erwin hasn’t been making fine leather goods for a hundred years. Actually, it’s only been three. But in that short time, EE has built a solid reputation with quality craftsmanship and a fresh take on traditional techniques. You’d be hard pressed to find an American Horween leather briefcase of this quality anywhere else. The materials are second to none and the rest comes down to craft.
How good is your bead of caulk? If it’s rippled and lumpy, you should get some help. Milwaukee’s family of 18V cordless tools now includes a caulking gun that pumps out flawless money shots with 950lbs of force. The tool also has an anti-drip feature that keeps your dirty caulking jobs a little cleaner.
Is it safe to assume we all know what it means when the “turtle pokes it’s head out of the shell”? Okay, good. Well, apply that principle to a pen and you’ve got the basic premise behind Turtle Pens. They’re refillable and made of stainless steel and they also come packaged in a sturdy stainless case.
This saw is called the Trans4mer. Cool name, right? Imagine the delight of the poor bastard in marketing at Rockwell who spent months trying to figure out a catchy name for a cordless jigsaw that converts to reciprocating saw, when he finally came up with this one. How many beers do you think the dude drank after dropping this bomb of a name on the product managers? The answer is many. And if you don’t know what a reciprocating saw is, you don’t need one yet.
Who cares about a staple remover? Well, apparently “Desk Artist” Jac Zagoory does. His ferocious staple chomping creatures like a lion, bear, cobra, gator, etc., are rendered in pewter, turning the dullest office tool in the history of humanity into something special.
Old men and Sherlock Holmes are the only guys who can really pull off wearing a herringbone tweed coat. But for those of us who want just a hint of the old haberdashery look, these wallets from San Diego-based Jetsam, made of recycled tweed suit coats, are a good, less itchy-scratchy option.
To the fossil fuel addicted, an electric chainsaw is viewed with the same disdain as your hybrid. But Oregon brand power tools are trying to change that. Their Lithium battery-powered 40V Max chainsaw will chew right through heavy-duty timber. It’s got a push button start and a built-in self-sharpener. Powerful, easy to use, and no stinking smoke.
The Cornhole game can be played a multitude of ways. The ways that aren’t illegal or incredibly painful require two boards with a hole in them and little cloth bags filled with corn that you throw through the hole—like a safer version of horseshoes. Get your mind out of the gutter and order these custom NFL cornhole boards in time for tailgate season. Soon it will be your favorite game, just take care in explaining it.