This time of year a waterproof, weatherproof bag for your gear seems like a damn good idea. Your phone, tablet and laptop won’t survive a swim in the puddle or a splash in the slush. The Fitzroy, built with military spec & waterproof materials will carry a big and varied load, keeping your valuables high and dry.
Looks like The Snuggie finally has some competition. The Napsack from Poler is a hooded sleeping bag you can wear. Unzip it at the bottom and shoulders and bam, you’re in a cozy little suit.
Just because you spend 40 hours a week inhabiting a windowless cubicle doesn’t mean your dog should, too. Shut in behind the fence, Fido can’t see what’s happening out there in the world. Install a Pet Peek in your fence and give your loyal friend a commanding view of the neighborhood.
This compact UV water purifier gives you one more reason to stop consuming those horrible Single Use Plastic (SUP) bottles. Since UV rays kill 99% of bacteria, viruses, and other stuff like Montezuma’s revenge, you can now safely drink water from the tap or any other source previously deemed sketchy.
Why dump cash into bolt-on performance upgrades and cheap body kits for your Civic or Subaru when you can buy a car that does a hundred MPH right out of the wrapper? We wonder. Traxxas’ high performance XO-1 model is the fastest 1/7th scale RC car out there, it hits 100 in under 5 seconds. No modifications needed.
Everything is cooler in Brooklyn, even the lowly extension cord. This 8-foot cloth covered extension cord from urban axemen Best Made will look a lot better snaking through your office than a safety orange one. Just remember it’s not weatherproof, so keep it indoors and don’t pee on it.
The fact that 1 in 6 people on this planet lack access to stable electricity is kind of a downer but it’s the reason these inflatable photovoltaic solar lights were developed. LuminAid lights are cheaper, lighter, and easier to ship to global disaster zones. They also look pretty cool. A 6-hour charge gives them a 5 hour life, all with no operating costs. Each purchase sends an additional light to someone in need. Source
Those “Lost Fluffy” signs you see stapled around the neighborhood are kinda funny until you’re making one of your own. The Tagg pet tracker will eliminate this not-funny-now experience. Using a lightweight collar unit and app-driven GPS technology, you’ll find him fast. In a pinch, it could also work for kids. Just sayin’
This leather-clad charging station from Restoration Hardware rolls up like a Philly blunt and features connectors for iPhone, Mini USB, Micro USB, and Samsung devices, which can all be used simultaneously with just one power source. Unlike the blunt, this will pack easily and legally into your luggage for travel.