Leatherman Freestyle Knife

Leatherman Freestyle Knife

Posted: March 29, 2009 
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Life cutting stuff for fun or while on the job (or both)? The Leatherman Freestyle Knife is an all-in-one tool for the hunter, fisherman and hands-on worker. Sporting a compact design, this lightweight knife weighs in a 4.5 ounces and boasts a well-honed blade, pliers and wire cutters before folding into a package the size of a package of gum. An additional incarnation of the Leatherman Freestyle is also available with a serrated blade, dubbed the Freestyle CX.

Nokia 7205 Intrigue

Nokia 7205 Intrigue

Posted: March 25, 2009 
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Nokia is taking a risk with its latest cell phone release, reverting to the nearly unused flip phone format for the Nokia 7205 Intrigue. Basic features on the intrigue include a two megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, Visual Voicemail and a microSD slot for additional file storage. The rest standout feature on the Intrigue is its vanishing exterior display, a nifty screen that is visible only when needed, allowing full control of the phone and its features without ever needing to open it, the way flip phones always should have been!

Burton Liquid Lounger

Burton Liquid Lounger

Posted: March 24, 2009 
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You’ll be a superstar at the next party you attend with the Burton Liquid Lounger, a super-backpack customized for the party animal in all of us. The Lounger features storage for up to 36 beverages (we’re thinking beer) with a built-in bottle opener, self-draining ice storage compartment and included party accessories such as beer cozies, dice, golf towel, flask and even ping pong balls. Even your tunes are taken care of with the built-in stereo speakers and amp along with an auxiliary input for broadcasting straight from your notebook or iPod.

Forbidden Knowledge: 101 Things Not Everyone Should Know How to Do

Forbidden Knowledge: 101 Things Not Everyone Should Know How to Do

Posted: March 23, 2009 
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If there’s one cure for winter boredom its step-by-step instructions on starting a riot, right? Forbidden Knowledge: 101 Things Not Everyone Should Know How to Do is a compact book that puts it all out there for the more adventurous among us. Learn how to manufacture moonshine and then turn a few pages to beat the lie detector test that could very well ensure! Alongside the humorous and often surprisingly useful info is a funky design, making this read a perfect gift and an even better coffee table piece.

Merkur Futur Razor

Merkur Futur Razor

Posted: March 20, 2009 
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When it comes to items that we utilize everyday, quality is key. When it comes to manual face-shaving, there is possibly no better tool then the Merkur Futur Razor. Between its quality construction and attractive look, this razor sports an analog of six settings to allow you to achieve the closeness that we all know is unique to every face. The blade is outfitted with a safety to keep the shave smooth no matter the setting, giving you bare cheeks with none of the red stuff.

SwitchEasy Thumb Tacks

SwitchEasy Thumb Tacks

Posted: March 19, 2009 
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The world’s favorite audio player, the iPod, has the ability to play music, videos, eBooks and web content and now it can easily become a portable sound recording studio! SwitchEasy Thumb Tacks are tiny microphones that can be easily plugged into your headphone jack to allow for instant audio capture. As small as a corkboard tack, the SwitchEasy stores easily in your iPod case. The storage capacity of your particular iPod is the only limit to the memories and music that you create and save!

Milwaukee Carrying Case

Milwaukee Carrying Case

Posted: March 19, 2009 
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Switch out your old lunch or tool box for this vintage style Milwaukee Carrying Case, a heavy duty steel box that has the ability to hold everything from your wrench to your coffee. Emblazoned with retro lettering, this general purpose case sports a removable tray for small item storage and transport. Light and easy to carry but constructed of 20 gauge steel, this case can hold up to everyday stress far better then your lunch sack!

Tap Guard

Tap Guard

Posted: March 17, 2009 
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With every health guru telling you to avoid tap water and every Earth activist telling you to ditch bottled water it can be difficult to figure out exactly how you should be consuming your H2O. The Tap Guard is an easy-to-use gadget that gits directly on top of most bottles (Nalgene included), providing a filter that reduces the chemicals you normally consume by up to 95%. This means less chlorine, iodine and many other substances that your body would prefer not to have in it. Save the world and your body, all for the cost of a case of bottled water!

Davek Golf Umbrella

Davek Golf Umbrella

Posted: March 16, 2009 
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Don’t let a hot sun or miserable rain ruin your golf day again with the Davek Gold Umbrella. Tested for wind and water resistance at MIT’s Aeronautics & Astronautics department with high speed wind tunnels, the Davek Gold is a 60″ twin canopy umbrella guaranteed to hold its form in the midst of winds as strong as 60 MPH. Keeping the brolly steady while you put is a cinch with the included spike, hidden nicely away in the canopy’s fiberglass shaft.

LaCie Key USB Drives

LaCie Key USB Drives

Posted: March 10, 2009 
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The LaCie Key USB Drives are a line of fashionable USB flash drives that offer not only the simple storage that many of us come to rely on when storing and transporting important files but also a look and feel closely resembling your house keys, giving you an edge in both design and security. The styles themselves are dubbed itsaKey, iamaKey and PassKey respectively, with storage capacities of either 4 GB or 8 GB. Every key offers even more storage potential with a microSD card slot built-in.

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