Heads up party people, box wine just got a little less embarrassing. Instead of a cardboard box, wine comes in a cask made from a real military surplus ammo box with a built-in tap. Ready made kits let you (or your unsuspecting guests) tap into 3-liters of the wine of your choice. You can also join the20wines.com wine club for regular refills.
The little holiday break is a great time to dig into a good book. Especially one with such an outrageous plot. Remember to read responsibly.
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’
A keychain. To most people it’s an item about as important as toilet paper—necessary but who cares what kind you use? Well, ML Brown cares. They designed a braided leather keychain for Outlier that features sea-worthy Harken hardware. Ultra Soft yet durable.
Tascam makes professional audio gear. Their new iM2 plugs into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and turns it into a high-quality stereo recorder that you can take everywhere. Perform high-tech feats like capturing stereo sound while you film HD video on your phone. Or make a bootleg concert recording. It’s pocket-sized pro audio.
Some guys just call a contractor. Other guys save an amazing amount of money by doing the job themselves. If you fall into the latter, you might deserve Ryobi’s badass 18-Volt cordless multi-tool kit. A whole range of adapter heads snap on to this unit for chopping, drilling, cutting, sanding … get that DIY done right.
There’s no shortage of hand grenade-themed products out there. These are oil lamps made from real US Army surplus grenades. Instead of blowing off your arms, these disarmed grenades burn scented lamp oil and provide warm, consistent mood lighting. Isn’t that nice?
If it looks like a bomb went off in your bag, backpack, luggage, or life in general, these burly little American-made zippered field pockets from GoRuck will get your junk show in order. Fill ’em, zip ’em, done. Instantly organized.
This flat, compact titanium pocket tool from Denmark’s Ansø knife brand opens beers. It also has a few more functions and does a bunch of other stuff but who gives a shit? We repeat, it opens beers.