Nope, no powertools needed here. Because you don’t really screw with these; you just push them in gently. They’re thumbtacks, what else can we say?
Beer & bicycles go together like peanut butter & jelly. That’s why this seat-mounted bottle opener is so unquestionably genius. Think about it: ride to store, get sixer of Microbrews, ride away. But then, you get to the park or the beach and … start looking for something to pry the lids open? That’s lame. Mount this handmade, stainless steel opener under your seat and be prepared everywhere you roll.
This leather and wood camp stool is not a retro reproduction, it’s the real deal: truly vintage. Did it come from an African safari? An adventure outfitter? Only the collectors at Blackbird Vintage know its true origins. The seat is 13X13 inches and the legs are 24 inches long.
After decades of domination in the power tool market, DeWalt is expanding into handtools. Their new, 100-product debut line includes stuff like hammers, pliers, saws, wrenches, toolboxes & more, all built for professional-grade results on the job site or at home. Tough & simple, these tools are built to perform with no electricity needed.
Be proud of your laziness. Celebrate it, cultivate it! If you want to do more while doing less, try this little countertop trash bag holder thingy. Super easy, using the ergonomic plastic handles, just clip the wire frame holder to your counter or workbench and use those leftover plastic grocery bags for trash.
We should take off our hats and sing an anthem to the guy who came up with beer-flavored chewing gum. Seriously. But that’s not all, Ballpark gumballs also come in the mouthwatering flavors of peanuts and—steady now—hot dogs. Yes … hot dog flavored gum. We’re guessing it’s a “secret recipe.” Each tin contains 22 gumballs, get in the game.
Second only perhaps to the persuasive powers of the trusty sledgehammer, locking pliers are a tool we can all agree on as “indispensible.” Crusty, rusty nuts and hard to reach hexheads are no match for a pair of vise-grips. And now C.H. Hanson Tools have updated the design, eliminating the adjustment knob on the handle. Now they automatically lock on to whatever you grip. Easier is better.
You pull out your headphones desperate to escape the wail of that screaming baby a few seats over. How bad does it suck when the cord is a rat nest of tangles? Fix it. This handmade wooden wheel will keep your headphone cable in a neat little spool, so you can escape the pain-in-the-ass of reality without ever wasting a single moment. Just unroll and rock.
We were pretty stoked when the new iPad 2 came out, but when we laid eyes on the Miniot Cover, we got wood. Is that weird? It’s a three-way stand for your pad, but most importantly, it provides protection for your easily scratched screen. Light & slim the cover features an Ultrasuede microfiber lining. The wood comes from managed, sustainable forests and Miniot even offers free engraving. Made in Holland.
If you’re a regular doodler, sketch artist, scribbler, poet, or planner you’re constantly looking for a pen, right? Maybe a mechanical pencil, whatever. The point is, you need to keep an implement handy. This journal bandolier does just that. Handmade and available in a wide array of colors & styles, these elastic straps wrap around your journal with Velcro and feature loops to hold your writing utensils. Various sizes to fit all Moleskine and standard journals.