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CM Storm QuickFire Stealth Keyboard

 

Think you’re good at typing and are you impressing all the ladies that you can type without looking at the keyboard? Prove yourself worthy with this murdered out keyboard. No letters on the top of the keyboard keep it sleek and stealthy. No letters on the keys also means no letters to wear out, so you’re keyboard will look fresh for years to come. Don’t worry if you get stuck, you can look at the front-side of the keys since the letter is still present.

 

Patagonia Expedition Sewing Kit

Every outdoors-man, or survivalist, needs this kit. Small and lightweight, it’ll save your clothings life. Included in the kit is an aluminum awl, threads in 10 colors and heavy duty needles capable if fixing your boot or your pack. Sewing skills not included.

Red Oxx Travel Basket Valet

Having a catchall basket when you travel is clutch. Checking into a hotel room can be a whirlwind of bags, and emptying pockets from a long days travel. Be sure not to lose anything important by placing it into the travel basket by Red Oxx. Designed to fold down flat so it fits easily in your suitcase, and snaps together for when you arrive. Comes in 12 colors.

Sphyke Bicycle Wheel Lock

Traditional bike locks and chains only keep your frame locked up, but (usually) don’t offer that same piece of mind for your wheels. Enter the Sphyke wheel lock. Keeps your bicycle wheels locked up with this genius wheel skewer. The combination lock covers the essential equipment needed to remove your wheel. Available for both front and rear wheels.

Grundig Mini 400

 

Sometimes you just want to listen to a good old radio and you just want music. Nothing else, nothing more. Your smartphone is good, but that playlist just drones on, not to mention killing your battery. The Grundig Mini 400 is an AM/FM/Shortwave radio which is super slim and great for those times when you want a radio. Perfect for everything from everyday listening to camping to power outages.

Naimakka Skydivers Bracelet

There’s a bunch of great paracord bracelets out there, but do they look as great as this one? Made of 550 paracord, this bracelet also has a brass Swedish snap shackle which is used and trusted by skydivers, so you know your paracord bracelet won’t go anywhere until you need it.

F-Stop Watch

 

Show your love for photography with the F-Stop Watch. When someone asks you for the time, let them know it’s just after f/2.0. This watch uses F-Stops in place of real numbers, you know, that everyday people would use.

Prong PocketPlug iPhone Case

 

Wrap the Prong PocketPlug Case around your iPhone and you’ll never be without a way to charge your battery hungry smartphone. I don’t blame you if you want to use your phone, but not stick your face against the wall while it’s charging. No problem, use a USB cable to charge it from your laptop instead – without having to take the case off.

 

Duluth Pack Canvas Utensil Roll

Next time you show up for a picnic, BBQ or go camping, show them who’s boss by bringing your own utensils. The Duluth Pack Canvas Utensil Roll has 7 slots to accommodate your utensils. Simply pull the flap down and roll the canvas up and you’re good to go.

Fire Hose Wallet

 

I love this idea because as a kid, who doesn’t want to be a fireman (or firewoman)? Well, you can relive your childhood dream everyday when you whip out your fire hose wallet. Handmade by a fireman’s wife, each wallet is unique and is made from real retired hoses. Since they’re unique, each wallet will vary in distress marks. And you have to appreciate the fact that they’re all hand made!