This is not the water gun you had as a kid. The Spyra One Water Gun upgrades traditional analog water guns by turning the standard stream of water into 30ml water bullets that stays contained up to 15 feet.
If you were to ask someone what they recommend for a travel case to house their camera gear while on the go, there’s a good chance they would recommend something from Pelican.
When it comes to these ceramic flasks from Misc. Goods, it doesn’t matter if your priorities fall more toward utility or aesthetics, it’s probably for you. Available in both ivory and black, the flasks feature intriguing raised designs and a cork stopper held in place by a gorgeous leather strap with brass stud and button detailing.
My honest opinion: camping is pretty awesome. You get to drop everything, get reacquainted with nature, and bond with your closest friends (or yourself, I don’t know your life) without the distraction of being constantly connected.
What do you get the man who already has too many ties and socks? We all know Father’s Day traditionally has us buying our dads things that seem practical, like the aforementioned garb for work.
I travel a ton, so having the right gear is key. Have you ever seen someone walk through the airport with a crappy, old suitcase that is barely functional? As if travel isn’t stressful enough, having a bag that doesn’t roll correctly or is overly heavy is simply not ideal.
This year’s Pi Day may have already come and gone, but that doesn’t make this real-life pi bicycle any less noteworthy. If you’re any kind of geek at heart, there’s a good chance some version of Malaysian illustrator Tang Yau Hoong’s Picycle has shown up in at least one of your feeds over the last couple of years.
You know that pesky problem when you’re having a party and all you have to keep your ice in is an ice bucket that isn’t designer? I sure do. It’s totally embarrassing. Luckily, Gucci has felt our pain and added a rose rubber ice bucket to this year’s offerings.
While I’ve always prided myself on taking good care of my electronics, that doesn’t always mean they’re going to be safe. Between travel, a clumsy spouse, and the occasional human error there’re still plenty of ways for tech to get ruined.