$51-$100

Makita RM02 Cordless Job Site Radio at werd.com

Makita RM02 Cordless Job Site Radio

Posted in Gear and Tools

This compact job-site radio from Makita is powered by their 12V CXT Li-Ion battery and runs for up to 30 hours. It offers up to 10 preset am & fm stations as well as featuring an aux port for plugging in your phone or mp3 player. There’s also a hook for hanging it & a headphone jack for private listening.

Pocket Shot Arrow Shooting Kit at werd.com

Pocket Shot Arrow Shooting Kit

Posted in Gear

It’s fun to shoot arrows from the Pocket Shot slingshot but it is definitely not a toy. The Arrow Shooting Kit converts this powerful slingshot into an archery implement. The kit includes a Whisker Cap to stabilize the arrow plus a 3-pack of rugged arrow pouches designed to deliver max velocity for your projectiles. Arrows not included.

Milwaukee Hardline Knife at werd.com

Milwaukee Hardline Knife

Posted in Gear and Tools

With the introduction of the Hardline, Milwaukee is seriously stepping up their knife game. These new high-performance, high-quality knives utilize super-durable D2 Steel blades—a high-end material that’s harder & holds an edge better. Available in 2.5” & 3.5” as well as 3” smooth or serrated models, the knives feature a flipper for one-handed opening and a blade lock with adjustable tension.

Revel Solar Camp Lighting at werd.com

Revel Solar Camp Lighting

Posted in Camping and Gear

The warm glow of Revel Gear’s solar-powered camping lights create the perfect evening vibe at your campsite; it’s a string of 120 high-efficiency LEDs that outputs 350 lumens. The power supply can store up to 20 hours of light & solar recharge gets you 1 hour of light for every hour in the sun. The lights have an IP65 waterproof rating and weigh just 8.8 ounces.

Kindling Cracker at werd.com

Kindling Cracker

Posted in Gear and Tools

Designed by a 13-year-old girl from New Zealand, the Kindling Cracker chops split firewood down into kindling without an axe. The cast iron device has a 6.5” diameter top ring where you place the wood. Strike the piece of wood with a mallet or even another piece of wood to split it down into smaller fire-starting kindling. via

Logitech Pop Home Switch at werd.com

Logitech Pop Home Switch

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

The wireless, battery-powered Pop Home Switch lets you control lights, music and other smart devices anywhere in your home. Each switch can be programmed to control up to 3 custom commands. They are compatible with Philips Hue, LIFX, August, Sonos, Harmony, Lutron, Insteon, and Belkin WeMo as well as the Harmony hub-based remote.

SeaVees Cordies at werd.com

SeaVees Cordies

Posted in Sneakers and Wear

Seavees made a simple yet fresh style upgrade to their classic Legend lace-ups by finishing them in corduroy. Just in time for fall, the Cordies collection includes navy, black, army green, fog, and sable brown.

Knocki: Make Any Surface Smart at werd.com

Knocki: Make Any Surface Smart

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

Knocki is a wireless device that instantly transforms ordinary surfaces (walls, tables, doors, furniture, countertops, & more) into a touch-interface remote for home & office automation. Attach it to the surface and sync it to your smart devices, then you can dim the lights, turn on music, adjust the temperature, (and much more) with just a few taps on the table. Crowd-funded on Indiegogo.

Bellroy All-Conditions Collection at werd.com

Bellroy All-Conditions Collection

Posted in Gear

The All-Conditions Collection from Bellroy is built to withstand the worst weather and all sorts of environmental exposure that would ruin the average wallet and all its contents.  Constructed of water-resistant leather & a woven 500-denier fabric with YKK Aquaguard zippers, the collection includes a compact wallet, a phone pouch, and a larger wallet that will fit cards, cash, phone and other essentials.

The Strand & The West Titanium EDC Pocket Knives at werd.com

The Strand & The West Titanium EDC Pocket Knives

Posted in Gear and Tools

Because knife is life, we’re always on the lookout for fresh hardware. SoCal-based bladesmith Bryce Alexander has created two new pocketknife designs: The Strand and The West and they both look proper. Made of precision-machined grade 5 Titanium with D2 hardened steel blades, the Strand features a locking 2.8-inch blade & The West features a slip joint (non-locking) 2.5-inch blade.

Big Red Beard Combs Rambler at werd.com

Big Red Beard Combs Rambler

Posted in Accessories and Groom

The Rambler Kit from Big Red Beard combs keeps everything handy for on-the-go beard maintenance. Made of solid Sapele wood with brass hardware the kit features a No. 9 comb and storage for travel size beard oil & beard balm. Big Red offers custom engraving on the kit for free.

Upcycled Aircraft Seat Luggage from Plane Industries at werd.com

Upcycled Aircraft Seat Luggage from Plane Industries

Posted in Bags and Gear

Using upcycled materials from de-commissioned airline seats Plane creates luxury luggage and accessories with a unique backstory. They offer travel bags, rucksacks, laptop & phone cases and each piece is stamped to indicate the number of miles it traveled before reaching you. A funded Kickstarter.

NES Classic Edition at werd.com

NES Classic Edition

Posted in Gadgets and Tech

Talk about NES-stalgia!  Nintendo just announced the release of a new system called the NES Classic Edition. It looks like the old school original but is much smaller and comes with 30 built-in games instead of cartridges. Donkey Kong, Galaga, Zelda—all the classics. The new controller is designed to work exactly like the old rectangular one & also works with Wii systems. Connects to your TV with an HDMI cable. Available in November.

Moscow Copper Company Mule Mugs at werd.com

Moscow Copper Company Mule Mugs

Posted in Bar Ware and Host

A proper Moscow Mule is always served in copper. Here’s why: the drink was developed in 1941 by Sophie Berezinski, a Russian immigrant whose father owned a copper factory. She mixed a mean drink & she had dad’s product to sell. The rest is history. 75 years later & the Moscow Copper Co. is still making those high quality copper mugs.