These Personalized Address Stamps ($42/box of 100) by Felix Doolittle are super classy and will give any correspondence a dash of subtle style. The 1.25" x 1.5" self-adhesive address stickers are available in 30 different terrific styles. Each order is hand-cut and individually packaged, so you know they're quality.
Although we deal with lesser writing instruments on a regular basis, there really is nothing like a fine fountain pen for doing business. The Ohto Tasche Fountain Pen ($20) is unique in its design that allows it to take up much less room than a normal fountain pen when closed, yet still offers a full body when opened. As Uncrate reader Cormac Eubanks told us, "This is a pen that feels and writes like a much more expensive instrument." Sounds good to us. [Thanks, Cormac]
For maximum comfort, it's hard to beat some sweats. The Mack Weldon Ace Crew Sweatshirt combines coziness of these lazy day staples with surprising style. It's made from a lightweight French Terry material that's micro-sanded for a soft finish and blended with a hint of Lycra for a bit of stretch. A versatile staple, it dresses up well when pulled over a button-down, or can keep you comfortable when paired with a tee in a more casual ensemble. The tailored fit ensures you look your best, and three available colors means there's one to match your look.
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Even as more and more of our communication becomes electronic, greeting cards still hold a special place in our social interactions. Instead of running to the local Hallmark every time an event comes up, take care of all your needs with this Cardstock Greeting Card Set ($60). With 6 Birthday, 2 Congratulations, 2 Valentines, 6 Thank You, 2 Mothers Day, 2 Fathers Day, 2 Sympathy, 2 Anniversary, 4 Blank, 2 Get Well, 6 Holiday, and 4 New Year cards with envelopes to match, you can be sure to let your friends and family know you remember them all year long.
If you're going to have stuff just sitting around on your desk looking cool, you might as well get some stuff that actually does something cool too. These Solar Radiometers ($36-$46) use thermodynamics invented by an English physicist in 1875 to put on a desktop show — when you set them in sunlight, the vanes inside the vacuum globes spin, and, depending on the power of the warm light, can reach thousands of revolutions per minute. Can you hear the nerd inside you screaming "Science RULES"?