You bring yourself a waterbottle on the walk but what about the dog? The Ruffbowl is a portable water bowl for your dog that snaps on to your retractable leash. When the dog’s not drinking, Ruffbowl also holds onto that bag of poop you don’t really like carrying.
Just like Seth MacFarlane’s movie Ted, this plush, talking toy bear with a moving mouth is definitely not made for children. Unless of course you want to hear your kids dropping more F bombs than mommy does.
Some wannabe Rambo-types really like roughing it, but most of us would rather spend our time in the great outdoors with a few creature comforts. The Zippo Outdoor line makes camp cooking, fire starting, and chilling outdoors considerably more comfortable. A wind-proof stove, a 4-in-1 axe/saw/hammer tool, and a rugged LED lantern are just a few pieces in this new collection.
How easy is it to fool the cops? You’re looking at the answer. This cooler disguised as a stump makes public consumption of alcohol a breeze plus it doubles as a seat so you can rest and enjoy a cold one.
High-quality handmade leather goods constructed by skilled craftsmen will make a black nylon bag look even lamer than it really is. But you can’t fault the globetrotting dudes at Antigua Leather, they just set out to make better bags & cases for their tech devices. They linked up with craftsmen in Guatemala to make their custom cases in timeless, long-lasting leathers.
Eight different size wrench tools in one makes this thing at least eight times faster than plowing through your toolbox for the right size socket or box wrench. The Craftsman logo also means it has a lifetime guarantee.
By reducing the weight of essential backpacking gear, you’ll be able to carry more of the really essential stuff: box wine and tall cans. The Bot is a screw-top titanium container that functions as both a bottle and a cooking pot and it fits in one water bottle pocket. You know what to put in the other pocket. Source
Apple is pretty good at designing smart products but they blew it with their iPhone charger. Designer/engineer Michael Cornelissen Ontwerp improved on their design by creating this little doinklet that attaches to your iPhone charger and keeps the cord coiled up neatly.
You might never dare to buy an American-made car but what about something as simple as a ballpoint pen? An impassioned engineer from Massachusetts is trying to make that happen with The Pen Project, creating a better pen design right here in the U.S.A. and offering them through Kickstarter.
It’s annoying when people clearly see you’re wearing earbuds yet insist on talking anyway. Props allow you to pop out your buds and keeps them close by, so when their stupid spiel is over you can get back to your music.