Named after an architect and city planner, the Oak & Oscar Burnham Watch is as well thought-out as any metropolis. While the automatic Soprod movement comes from Switzerland, much of the watch has American heritage, as the leather straps are handmade from Horween leather in Indiana, the nylon straps are crafted in Florida, the included matching watch wallet is crafted in Chicago, and the watches are hand assembled by Lum-Tec in Ohio. Other features include a grey sandwich dial with matching date wheel and hands, an orange seconds hand with a counter balance that eclipses the logo, a double-domed sapphire crystal cover, and a sapphire display back. Limited to 300 pieces.
Hitting a fish with your bare hands isn't so smart. Ikejime is brutal, if effective. And most bonkers look like post-apocalyptic weaponry. The Kombo Fish Tool, however, does not. It combines an ergonomic handle, a polypropylene body with three stainless steel weights for maximum impact, and built-in sharpener. Once the fish is still, you can use the hidden fillet knife to clean it, and there's a spoon on the back for the stubborn bits. And should you happen to lose your grip, rest assured that it will float atop the water until you're ready to retrieve it.
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We don't need to tell you how important it is to have your devices charged up and ready to go at all times, but when you're on the go, it's not always easy to find a place to power up. The Solar Charger from Solartab relies on the sun to charge, and even features a second internal battery that stores solar power for charging when the sun is behind the clouds or gracing a different part of the earth. It's only slightly bigger than an IPad, is a super light 400g, and features a sleek, clean design. Keep your devices ready and willing regardless of your surroundings this summer.