OK, imagine never having to wear the same underwear two times for an entire year. Me Undies has made that wish come true with the Me Undies 365-Pack ($3250). The pack includes 365 pairs of underwear for every day of the year. Just call their operators and they will help you to mix and match different styles to fit your needs. So if you're a bit of a clean freak, this might be the perfect gift.
If you're like me and hate using multiple pans when cooking, then you have to go out and grab the Master Pan ($57). It lets you cook complete meals using just one pan. Perfect for the bachelor. It features five cooking compartments and only requires one burner even though it's quite large. Additional features include a heavy gauge metallic base that distributes heat evenly, a double layer PFOA free non-stick coating, and dishwasher safer for easy cleaning.
If you're looking for an all weather waxed cotton jacket, without having to break the bank, then you need to take a serious look at the Taylor Stitch Rover Jacket ($248). The Rover is made from a 6.25 oz. waxed cotton that is both water and wind repellent. On the interior, your body is wrapped in a 10 oz. British cotton moleskin lining. You will also find moleskin on the collar stand, collar, inside the cuffs, and under the pocket flaps. The arms are kept intentionally unlined to give excellent mobility. Additional features include antique brass armpit grommet vents, gusseted snap-closure pockets, and adjustable cuffs with snap closures. The main zipper is a YKK 2-way w/leather pulls. A sure sign of quality. This beautiful jacket is handmade in California.
This bad boy will help you make up to 2-4 gallons of prime whiskey moonshine. The 10 Gallon Whiskey Still ($670) features a handcrafted copper pot and looks more like a work of art that an actual working still. Although everything is fully functional, the manufacturers suggest that only seasoned 'shiners should get one of these guys. The pot is soldered using brass and tin-silver solder welds. The full kit includes the still bottom, onion top, condensing unit and thermometer mounted in the onion top. And if you're not completely satisfied with your purchase don't worry because it comes with a 90-day satisfaction guarantee.
Gerber is an Oregon based company who has mastered the creation of tools and knives for hunters, tradesmen and soldiers. They have now come out with a Gerber Daily Carry (GDC) line for regular folks. Their GDC line includes; a .68 GDC Zip Blade ($25) utility knife for cutting boxes, twine or for stripping wire, a GDC Zip driver ($11) which comes with two flat and two Phillips heads, a GDC Zip Hex ($11) with five of the most commonly used metric allen wrenches, a GDC Zip Light ($11) which is a super bright LED with an integrated bottle opener, a GDC Tech Skin Pocket Knife ($24) for day-to-day use, and finally a GDC Hook Knife ($12) for getting out of those tricky situations. This tool can be used for cutting clothing, seatbelts or other safety straps for getting out of those tough spots.
Have you ever driven to a new spot and really dependent on your nav. You've got a group of exits coming up and the nav screen looks like a plate of spaghetti. So you keep looking up and down between the highway and the screen to make sure you get off at the right spot. Not real safe. To fix this Garmin is coming out with their Garmin Head-up display ($130) to keep your eyes on the road. The Hud system pairs with your smartphone and communicates with either their Navigon or Streetpilot app. The system will display turn arrows, distance to next turn, current speed, graphic lane guidance and much more. The Garm HUD will be available this Summer.