Want to add a little spice to your bedroom escapades? The Trojan Vibrating Ring ($20/3-pack) is a great inexpensive option. The disposable rings come with condoms, and provide vibrating stimulation in just the right spot for pleasuring both partners. Need something a little more potent? Check out the Extra Intense version ($18/3-pack). As one reviewer on Amazon said, "My girlfriend and wife both LOVE these things."
If you're a little sore from the pickup game on Sunday like us, you'll know why these guys are essential. The Dr. Cool & Dr. Hot Bags ($16 each) are IV bags filled with techno-chemicals that, when frozen or heated, help ease your pain. Just remember to place the bags on your sore spot, and not hook these up to a real IV setup. Yeah, yeah, we already know you have "ice water pumping through your veins" on the court. Ass.
Already known for their quality craftsmanship, Shinola recently branched out into the world of audio equipment with the release of the Runwell Turntable. The Runwell Turntable features a built-in phono preamplifier and a belt driven pulley, and every component and element were carefully sourced from manufacturers around the globe before being built at the brand new Shinola Audio factory in Detroit under the watchful eye of Alex Rosson, Director of Audio. They might be the new kid on the block, but the Runwell is already in the conversation with some of the best turntables on the market, and should make even hardcore audiophiles pay attention.
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GoPro Karma is a highly-capable yet beginner-friendly drone. But it's just as useful on the ground as it is in the air. Thanks to its detachable stabilizer and Grip accessory, it also lets you capture smooth, rock-stable footage whether you're holding it in your hand or have it hooked to one of the company's signature mounts. Shot 100% on Karma and the HERO5 camera, this video gives you a taste of the system's possibilities.
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We're always suspicious of stuff like this, but there are an awful lot of 5-star user reviews for this to be a total hoax. Based on the Bach Flower Remedies — 38 plant and flower-based natural remedies created in the 1930's by an English doctor — Bach Rescue Remedy ($10) combines five flower essences and a good bit of brandy to help you deal with any stressful situation. Mix in some drops to a glass of water or tea, or drop a couple directly onto your tongue. The stuff is apparently also great for calming down pets and crazy kids.
Sign up for the 23andMe Personal Genome Service ($400) and find out more about yourself (besides that you like when this happens). The service sends you a kit, you send back a saliva sample, and they use a special genotyping process to read nearly 600,000 data points on your genome. The result? A better understanding of your personal chemistry, including ancestry, family inheritance, and possible medical genetic dispositions. It's like having a super-accurate palm reader for your DNA.