This opener, dubbed “leverage”, takes minimalism to new heights with a total thickness of .059″ and a weight of .3oz, it’s made from solid carbon fibre and is the exact same size as a standard credit card.
Waxed cotton just isn’t used enough anymore, the material has a texture and a smell that makes Goretex seem like a fabric designed for knock off Power Ranger costumes. You just can’t beat it for…
The design of the Ressence 1001 is an unusual amalgamation of vintage and modern design, the watch uses a triple bi-axial off-centered movement with integrated…
The dress wallet is an uncommon sight in the modern world, they used to be an essential item for men in suits who didn’t want a large lump in their back pocket.
If you’re one of those people, like us, who has a habit of accidentally destroying your iPhone every time you leave the house, the SpareOne Emergency Phone might be just what you need.
Ice balls are a relatively new discovery of mine, I first encountered them when my brother, who was a bar manager at the time, pulled out a contraption and loaded a giant cube of ice into it. The device slowly melted the cube into a clear sphere of ice which was then dropped into my bourbon.
Umbrellas seem to follow some Muphy’s Law logic system whereby when you need an umbrella it’ll either break or get snapped inside out by some helpful gust of wind.
The el Fuerte is the latest lid from the team at Biltwell, it’s the DOT approved new model in their line up and it replaces the Hustler 3/4 face helmet that has itself become ubiquitous in the custom motorcycle scene over the past few years.
Collectibles like this tend to climb slowly in value over time, not to mention the fact that they look phenomenal hanging up in your garage or office.
The KA-BAR US Marine Corp Fighting Knife is one of those tools that’s become a self-sustaining icon, it’s the single most famous fixed blade knife design in the world (and for very good reason).
This magnesium and flint firestarter costs $36 USD, a seemingly cheap price tag for something than can kick off magnesium shavings that burn at 5,610°F (3,098°C)…
This board by Deus Bali, dubbed the Paralesogram, shuns this traditional design ethos in favour of an asymmetrical design.