Looking for those last few pieces to fill out your set of bike tools? The Bike Mechanic in a Box ($6,300) tool set from Park Tools has 246 extra pieces that will fill out your tool chest. Whether you are getting ready to open your own bike shop, or you are just looking to tune up your Mongoose, the Bike Mechanic in a Box has you set.
Looking for a fresh pair of headphones? LSTN has a pair that might peak your interest. Besides helping restore hearing through Starkey Hearing Foundation, each pair of the Movember x LSTN collaboration headphones ($150) donates $50 directly to Movember. Each pair has glossy, gray finish and features the Movember logo engraved in both sides of the reclaimed wood cups. Listen to good music, save lives.
Are you tired of misplacing your keys and the remote? The Stick-N-Find Radar ($70) is the finest solution to one of man’s most common aggravations that we have seen. Simply place the button (roughly the size of a quarter) on the device you keep losing, download the phone App, and the next time your keys go missing, just pull up the radar and you can guess the rest.
If you have ever tried to carry around your phone cord in your pocket, you know it is about as awkward as it gets. The AViiQ Ready Clip ($16) has taken your average phone cord and reduced it to the size of a pen, with the same amount of portability. USB on one side, phone jack on the other, this cord/clip is one of the easiest ways we have found to keep your devices connected.
If you are unwilling to let anything but the finest lamb skin touch your ears, then look no further than the Aedle VK-1 Headphones ($325+). Finally, a pair of gorgeous headphones to rival Beats by Dr. Dre and anything Apple has ever made. After two years of design, these headphones are borderline works of art with genuine lambskin leather cushions and aircraft grade aluminum on the cups. Oh yeah, and they sound amazing too.
Sometimes you need a camera bag, sometimes you need a cooler. With the Camera Cooler Bag ($65) from Photojojo, you can have both. Big enough to hold a DSLR and two lenses, or a six-pack of beer, it comes with a removable divider to keep your camera gear unharmed, and the insulated walls will keep your beer/snacks chilled all day long.
Want your own personal cloud? Get the LaCie 3TB CloudBox ($170). Plug it in, one-click, and you can access your files from any location with any device. Think of it like a super hard-drive that acts like your own personal DropBox. We are pretty sure the future includes things like the LaCie CloudBox.
Next time you and Fido are getting some exercise, make sure you don’t throw your arm out with the Hyperdog Ball Launcher ($15 – $30). With 2-ball, 3-ball, and 4-ball editions, this tennis ball launcher flies balls up to 220-feet, giving you some time for a cup of tea in between launches.
Keep all of your EDC in the same place with the Phone Plank ($30). This minimalist wooden shelf has ample space on the top to keep your phone, wallet, and sunglasses, with a magnet on the bottom to hang your keys (don’t worry, the magnet won’t screw up your phone).
Before you buy another bland-looking car charger for your iPhone, check out the TYLT Band Car Charger ($40). The flat ribbon cable gives you a more aesthetically pleasing (and tangle-free) method of keeping your phone juiced up while you are on the road. It also has a universal USB port, so you can charge two devices at once.