The Blackfire Clamplight Lantern combines the grabbing grip of a clamp with the illumination of 2 CREE brilliant white LED lights for a flashlight/lantern that will squeeze onto all kinds of clampable surfaces: table, tent, car, you name it. The light head itself is adjustable for getting the light angled right where you want it. Powered by 3 AA batteries.
The essence of bourbon gives Whiskey Barrel Coffee its unique flavor. Green coffee beans are aged in old bourbon barrels where they absorb the goodness before a traditional European air roasting. Then the finished product is packaged in a whiskey bottle with a hand-dipped wax seal.
The SnapRays Guidelight saves you a socket by taking the plug-in night light out of the outlet and mounting it right in the plug plate itself. LEDs provide the light and it requires no hard wiring. It also saves energy by using a sensor to turn on at night & off during the day.
Stephen King is a writing machine. He’s got two new novels coming out this year, both dark and troubling in ways only King can conjure. Mr. Mercedes is due out in June, chronicling an obsessed killer who uses a Benz as a lethal weapon. Revival is due out in the fall: an electrifying novel about addiction, fanaticism, and what might exist on the other side of life.
You finally got your ideas down on paper. Hooray for you. But without an intern, will your chicken-scratch concept ever see the light of day? If your notebook is The Mod, then yes. Their thread-bound notebooks feature 120GSM paper; and once you fill up the pages, you mail it back to Mod in their pre-paid envelope and they digitize it & send it back to you.
Aged beers. Not that one Schlitz tallboy that’s been in the fridge since last Labor Day, no. This book will teach you about those special brews that actually improve with age: high-alcohol brews, bottle-conditioned beers with yeast in the bottle, barleywines, lambics, and winter ales. This is stuff you need to know and you know it.
The coins we use everyday cost more to make than they’re worth but these new limited edition collectible coins from the US Mint are different. They’re the 2014 Baseball Hall Of Fame commemoratives: a $5 gold coin, a $1 silver coin, and a clad 1/2 dollar coin. And unlike normal coins they’re rounded, as in not flat. And this is the first time the mint has ever created such a coin. The design works with the original coin art: on the rounded side a baseball, on the concave side a mitt.
Feels kinda sleezy asking for an ice cube in your chardonnay, because let’s face it, chardonnay is sleazy enough on its own. These freeze cooling wine glasses offer the chill of ice without watering down your wine. Nothing sleazy about that.
On a mission to extract primitive art from New Guinea in the 1960s, Rich-boy American adventurer Michael Rockefeller went missing. In this book, award-winning journalist Carl Hoffman retraces Rockefeller’s journey into the heart of headhunter & cannibal territory, entering his own theory on what really happened to Rockefeller in the jungles.
Ex-Wall Street trader Joe Peta turned his risk-analysis skills to gambling on baseball, creating a baseball “hedge fund” with a 41% return in its first year. In his new book he shares his secrets as well as stories from the shadowy world of high stakes sports gambling.