The Olympus TG-810 does everything your camera does, except this thing won’t die from exposure to the elements. For one, it works underwater down to depths of 33-feet. And unlike your wimpy little camera, it will also withstand shooting in blizzard snow conditions, drops from over 6-feet, and it’s crushproof up to 220-lbs. In other words, you can’t destroy on accident and maybe not even on purpose. Remember that when you’re shooting HD video or photos that could get you fired.
A lot of people are working out & walking around in Nikes with the Free sole. If you haven’t tried them yet, just do it. It almost feels like you’re barefoot. This new model is an upgraded sequel to the wildly popular Free Run+. This fresh model’s got a new overlay pattern on the upper offering support, while maintaining flexibility. The first few colorways Nike is releasing include black/white, grey/green & white/red.
Featuring the work of such notable street artists as Banksy, Barry McGee, Raymond Pettibone & NeckFace, this ultra-limited edition book also features over 4000 sticker designs arranged by theme and category. It also includes a collection of 23 individual, artist-designed die-cut stickers. Only 300 of the hand-numbered books will be made. Good luck getting your hands on one.
There’s nothing nice about teabags. Both the name & the drinking experience they deliver leave a bit to be desired. This teapot from Denmark design house, Menu, will make you forget about the bag. Its smooth glass form is classic Scandinavian design—functional beauty. The tea ball raises and lowers out of the tea for a perfect steep with every pot, while the gorgeous lines of this kettle elevate the tea drinking experience high above the vulgarities of teabagging.
April showers bring May flowers. But more often, they bring soaking wet pedestrians with cheap tourist umbrellas blown inside out. Don’t get caught out there like a chump. Brave the blustery days of spring with an umbrella that can take it. Filson’s Cover Cloth umbrella is what you need. It’s sturdy and super water repellent with a wooden handle and coverage diameter of 40-inches.
Why put yourself through the trauma of cleaning the bathroom floor? Instead of ruining a perfectly good Saturday morning with rubber gloves and Hazmat gear, why not do what the military bomb squads do? Send in the robot to neutralize the threat. This compact, robotic floor scrubber cleans even the tightest and grossest nooks—like behind the toilet. Using fresh cleaner as it goes, this little device eliminates 97% of common household bacteria.
Cops know a few things. Among these: donuts, coffee & flashlights. Police forces have been shining big, black Maglites on the guilty and innocent for decades. The heavy, durable lights also double nicely as a billy club. At only 5” long and 1” in diameter, this new, mini LED model won’t knock you out cold with one shot, but it will light things up nicely. Powered by three AAA batteries.
Leave it alone for as long as you can. This age-your-own-whiskey kit will really test your self-control. How long can you wait it out? Lucky for you the micro-barrel accelerates the aging process, so it only takes 3 to 6 months. The kit includes two 750 ml bottles of 110-proof White Dog un-aged whiskey, a 2 liter aging barrel, pouring funnel, two tasting glasses & step-by-step instructions. Tapping the barrel after 180 days reveals a brown, flavorful, complex whiskey. Drain it and refill up to 5 times.
We know finger-tapping on your tablet is entertaining. But, if you’re a PC user who actually uses a computer to do work, you’ll like this mouse. Designed to streamline navigation in Windows 7, this high-tech rodent will speed up scrolling, panning, paging forward & back, docking, minimizing/maximizing, showing desktop and more.
Behind all the products at Triple Aught Design is Patrick Ma. He’s a designer and proud ex-U.S. Army soldier. His military experience informs his every design. Everything made by TAD is designed for durability, function & versatility. For instance, their BRATT tool. The “Be Ready Always Titanium Tool” does it all: open a beer, tighten a loose screw, pry the top off a paint can, etc. This dense little slab of titanium can even be used for self-defense. Kinda like brass knuckles only lighter. Bam!