The Earth Military-Style Camping Cot ($62) is built to last and built for comfort. Whether you want to get off the ground while on a camping trip or need an extra cot for an unexpected guest, the Earth Camping Cot will provide you with everything you need. It's 77" inches long x 25" inches wide, so it will fit even the tallest sleeper. It sets up in under 2 minutes, and folds in to a small portable package you can store or take anywhere.
The Enzo Articulated Lamp ($463) by Roost Illuminate will provide a bit of elegance to any desk or office. Each lamp features a beautiful brass patina and a solid Shesham wood base. Articulated joints allow you to place the lamp in any position whether your using it for task or display lighting.
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.
OK, so it's not really for killing zombies, but the Zombie Killer Primal Fear Knife ($20), is a great tool for you hunters out there. The knife is a combination kitchen cleaver, with the look of a Inuit ulu knife, a razor-sharp skinning blade, a gut hook, and a serrated reverse edge. The heavy duty ABS handle is made to withstand heavy chopping, while the powder coated, 3CR13 stainless steel blade is made to resist corrosion and for maximum toughness. It also comes with a free ABS holster and belt clip.
The latest innovative offering to come from Kickstarter is the Leano Ultra Portable Chair ($39). Designed to be extremely light and easy to carry around it is the answer to all your travel seating needs. Simple to use and supportive to sit on this simple little chair is a modern wonder. Ideal for fishing trips, trips to the beach or just for leaving in the back of your car for emergencies the Leano Ultra Portable Chair is an affordable solution. The Kickstarter campaign has ended, but stayed tuned to their site for pre-order information.
We love small minimalist wallets. The ability to fit everything you need for a night out on the town in to a small package that fits comfortably in your front pocket can't be rated high enough. The Poquito Wood Wallet ($25) by Chris Haryono is a precision machined masterpiece that allows you to carry coins, cash or cards in a small convenient package. It's made from hand polished black walnut, white oak or black cherry (Stretch goal) and has a custom molded elastomer strap that holds everything in place. Check out Chris's kickstarter page to help make the Poquito Wood Wallet a reality. Additional pics after the break.(more…)