Forget about getting a plan ole fish aquarium and get a true conversation piece. The Jellyfish Cylinder Nano Aquarium ($250) takes about ten minutes to setup. When you're done, go to the companies website and enter the code that came with your package. Your jellyfish are then shipped by express delivery and on your doorstep in days.What makes the Nano so unique is a tank that mimics the natural open water habitat of jellyfish through laminar water flow pattern not possible in regular tanks. The tank also has an integrated mechanical, chemical, and biological filtration system that makes it easy to operate and clean.If you want the discounted price make sure you get in on their Kickstarter campaign, before it ends.
It's casual Friday and it's time to get ready for the weekend. This outfit features some J. Crew classics like their Stretch Chino in a 484 fit and their Slim Midweight Denim Shirt. Add a pair of Common Projects Achilles Retro Lows and a Mismo Bag packed with your weekend essentials and you're ready for anything.1. Chinos: J. Crew Stretch Chino In 484 Fit ($75) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Slim Midweight Denim Shirt ($88) 3. Shoes: Common Projects Achilles Retro Low ($359) 4. Sunglasses: Rayban Custom Aviator Glasses ($180) 5. Watch: Miansai M12 Watch ($495) 6. Belt: J. Crew classic buckle belt ($45) 7. Bag: Mismo M/S Utility Bag ($393)
Ferrari just unveiled its Ferrari California T ($205,000) just prior to the Geneva Auto Show and it's packing a little surprise. For the first time in a long time a Ferrari will have a turbocharged engine under the hood. The engine is a 3.9-liter Twin-Turbocharged V-8 that makes 552 horses and 557 lb-ft of torque. This setup takes the California T from 0-62 mph in just 3.6 seconds with a top speed of 196 mph. It also features a folding hardtop that can close in 14 seconds.
I few weeks ago I was contacted by Old Spice to give their hair products a shot. Shortly after confirming, I received a gift box with seven of their products. Two 2-in-1 shampoo/conditioners and five hair styling products.Before I get started, I just want to go over my hair type. I have pretty curly hair that gets frizzy without product. I keep my sides shaved and faded with a #1 while the top I keep a little longer at about 6-8mm. A number #2 for you clippers guys. The problem I have with styling my hair, and the reason why I wear baseball caps 90% of the time, is because I just hadn't found a product that does what I want it to do.If I'm going out, and I style my hair, I would normally wash it and put some standard Dep type gel in it. The problem is I get that 80's wet look, and it's made all the more evident that I'm starting thin out on top.So when I use hair care products I need them to meet specific requirements. They must control frizziness. They must hold. After a couple hours, my curls will start fighting any product with lesser hold. And I need a matte look. This is just a personal preference.As far as shampoos and conditioners, I just need them to do their job and clean. Get everything out of my hair that I put in it during the day.So how did Old Spice products do? Pretty good. To find out which product was my runaway favorite, keep reading.
The Beertop Delta Bottle Opener ($55+) is the result of a successful kick-starter campaign and will be an essential piece at in any everyday carry arsenal, party or social gathering. Just place it atop the bottle and give it a quick spin and it’s done. It’s compact enough to easily carry around in your pocket or you could opt to attach it to a keychain. You also get a bonus. If you're bored, the ball bearing in the middle lets you use it as a top.
The Nanamica Versity Jacket ($689) takes cool to a whole new level. Nanamica takes the classic and adds a modern athletic cut and technical performance fabrics. Their updated version features a wool blended shell, leather sleeves and trim, finished off with ribbed collar, cuffs, and hem. The closure utilizes both a zipper and a stud placket for extra security. For a complete look combine this jacket with the: A.P.C. Petit New Standard Jean ($185), Bedwin & The Heartbreakers Hillel Baseball Tee ($139), Folk Waffle Sock ($20), and the ever classic Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s Hi ($90).