If you're serious about your brew, and when it's quantity over quality, strap on a Beer Belt ($18). The Batman-worthy nylon belt features six plastic holsters designed to hold cans or bottles of your favorite liquid snack.
We can all be forgetful at times, especially when it comes to annual events like birthdays and anniversaries. Remember Rings ($760; Pre-order) take the pressure off by reminding you of your important dates. 24 hours before the big day, the HotSpot on the ring will heat up to 120 degrees for approximately 10 seconds, and will continue to do so every hour, on the hour, all day long (lest you forget again). [via]
Sporting an all-new case silhouette and both analog and digital readouts, the G-Shock GA700-1A Watch is an ideal entry point to this iconic brand. The dial and hands protrude outward, giving the watch a 3D look and making it more legible, while the front-button super illuminator LED light makes darkness an afterthought. It also offers world time, a stopwatch, a countdown timer, multiple alarms, and, of course, the shock- and water-resistance the G-Shock line is known for. Available in three colorways.
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Leather isn't the first thing that comes to mind when you're talking about performance. For those looking for something a little better around their waist, Patagonia's Tech Web Belt ($26) will take care of things whether you're kayaking under blue skies or drinking under neon signs. Made of super-strong and quick-drying nylon webbing, the lightweight belt sports an aluminum buckle that doubles as a bottle opener. The Tech Web belt comes in five colors and can be fitted with a pair of scissors and a Bic lighter. [via]
A $135 bottle opener might seem a little overpriced to you. Hell, a $135 ring might seem a little overpriced to you. But when you combine the two, all of a sudden it sounds like a terrific bargain, right? The Cheers Ring ($135), made of antiqued brass, features a great "Cheers" engraving and a handy cut-out bottle opener.