Minimalist, easy to install, stylish, and available in three sizes, simplehuman’s pull-out cabinet organizers drag whatever’s lurking in the depths of your pantry out in to the light, and bring order where once there was chaos.
I bought the FitDesk 2.0 on a whim a couple of years ago, and was surprised both by how viable it was to work at, and how compact it gets when folded up. It fits easily into a closet, or opens up for use while working, gaming, or marathoning Netflix, and is particularly nice out on the balcony.
Ready to lose the sleeves and inject some mountain casual into your everyday garb? Give these a three-quarter zip.
The Polaroid POP mashes together all the quality compromises and all the fun of instant photography with all the comforts of smartphone photography in one tidy, pricey package.
The equal but opposite reaction to Halo Top.
But is it a good flashlight?
You’ve probably owned something very similar to these fur and lint brushes from OXO, but theirs is self-cleaning.
Why pay $50 for a soap dispenser? Because in addition to death and taxes, you can count on any product that uses suction cups, regular batteries in a wet environment, or motion detection, and is cheap, breaking in short order.
The writing’s on the wall speaker.
We recently saw the best price ever on your favorite Bluetooth speaker, the Anker SoundCore- $24, as well as the best price ever on Anker’s step-up speaker options- $40, over on Kinja Deals. That same forty bucks will get you a pair of ultra-portable surround speakers from Kempler & Strauss.
Whether you’ve got a $50 watch, a watch that costs more than most cars, or an Apple Watch, there’s a whole world of better, or at least more interesting replacement bands out there you’re probably ignoring, and Worn & Wound makes some of the best.
Back in 2016, Massdrop’s HD 6XX, which was basically just a blue version of Sennheiser’s legendary HD 650 for way less money, blew a hole in the barrier to entry for audiophile-quality open-ear headphones. The HD 6XX repeatedly sold out before getting all the way down to $199. Well, the HD 58X is here, starting at…
If you’re selling $350 pre-packed survival bags and don’t knock it out the park, at least you’re prepared to disappear for a while.
Haverhill, MA-based Bold Maker Studio is making everything from candles to tables to leggings, with style to burn (literally). Just as cool- they’re also making the tools and molds for others to do it themselves, and they do custom work as well.
We’ve covered minimalist silicone dish drying mats, and even mats that roll up. These aren’t those.
Meater is the sous-vide of meat thermometers, and its only $69.
In the case of Chloraseptic Max Sore Throat Spray, the “max” means “actually does something” beyond dumping a bunch of sweetener down your throat.
Bushwick Kitchen maple syrup infused with Stumptown Coffee and bottled in Brooklyn? Sign us up.
Untapped got its start with on-the-go maple syrup as energy shots, but their waffles really steal the show.
The post-USB-C timing of truly portable external battery packs with AC plugs is tragic, but here we are. Mophie’s Powerstation AC is the first AC-compatible external battery pack anyone would actually throw in a briefcase.