Nobody really wants to look over your shoulder as you scroll through the photos on your phone. So, download the PostalPix app for your iPhone or Android device and you can turn your pixels into prints with the press of a button. And they’re not standard paper prints, PostalPix can be printed on aluminum. Bright, metallic, rigid, totally worthy of wall hanging.
She’ll be happy to drown out the painful sound of your shower singing with this blue-tooth powered showerhead speaker. And if you persist after the water is off, she’ll remind you that you can remove the speaker from the head and place it on the vanity while you sing and shave.
For a brand whose name suggests that life is purposeless, Nihilist is clearly focused on purpose in the design of its ultra-minimalist wallets. Their leather sleeve wallets come in a variety of natural colors and are handcrafted in the USA. They begin shipping this new design December 17th.
England’s Wish Co. offers some wild experiences from helicopter flying lessons to driving Ferraris but they’ve really outdone themselves with the “Riot Control Training Experience.” Civilians like you sign up to spend a day learning riot control tactics in a full-throttle clash scenario. At the halfway point, you turn over your helmet & baton and switch places with the rioters, giving you the opportunity to throw rocks and be brutalized.
A sardine can packed with 20 high-quality 1mm guitar picks will ensure you’ve always got a pick to play and don’t worry they won’t leave your fingers smelling like fish.
When it’s naked, your iPhone isn’t really built for the abuse it takes from filming all your crazy antics. The Hitcase is a suit of armor purpose-built to protect & enhance the filming capabilities of your iPhone. The system includes the case, a 2-element glass wide-angle lens, GoPro compatible railslide mount, multiple hands-free mounts, wrist strap and an app for monitoring the action as it happens.
It’s often hard to make conversation with those adult men of your generation who are still proudly displaying their Star Wars action figures. If you want to strike up a convo with one of these guys, perusing this book might give you some common ground for dialogue. If you happen to have one of these odd fellows in your family, this definitive book on Star Wars memorabilia is the perfect gift.
In addition to a clever brand name, Broken Homme made a very smart move by teaming up with globally-respected multi-toolists, Leatherman for their first-ever product release. Broken Homme is an L.A.-based maker of handcrafted leather footwear. This new collection includes a 5-inch hiker-style boot and a 4-eye Oxford both made in military green chromexcel Horween leather featuring Goodyear welt construction. Each pair comes with a multi-tool stashed in a Horween sheath on a carabiner. Source
As classic junkfood snacks like Twinkies and Ding Dongs—unchanged for generations—slide into obscurity in the age of energy drinks, it’s cool to see the old-timey Cracker Jacks get a marketing makeover. The update to Cracker Jack’d includes a hefty dose of caffeine to spice up new flavors like Spicy Pizzeria, Cheddar BBQ, & Cocoa Java. That’s right, caffeine Cracker Jacks. How’s that for a prize?
The main shortfall of the standard kayak is that even though they’re lightweight, they’re big, and cumbersome and you need a truck or roof rack to get them around. But the Oru Kayak ends all that. This thing is collapsible. It’s a full-size 12-foot long kayak that packs down to a very portable size allowing you to check it on a flight, stow it in the trunk of your car, even backpack it into remote mountain waters.