Sporting a lust-worthy design, the Radius First Aid Box (€50-€90; roughly $70-$125) gives you an excuse to keep your emergency medical supplies within easy reach. Made from stainless steel and nylon fabric, the Radius is available in "Home" and "Professional" styles, the former meeting the din 13164 standard for private use, with the latter meeting the more robust din 13157 standard, good for up to 25 people.
Not everyone likes taking their vitamins, but nearly everyone likes gummy candy — which is why One-A-Day combined the two in their new VitaCraves Adult Multivitamins ($9). Available in fruit and sour fruit flavors, these tasty supplements contain high levels of 11 key vitamins and minerals, including Vitamins A, C, and E for a strong immune system, B6, B12 and Pantothenic Acid for metabolism and energy, Folic Acid for heart health, and more.
Kettle bells are great for a variety of strength training exercises, but not all require the same weight. So instead of spending a small fortune on a whole set, just pick up a PowerBell ($200-$250). This ingenious training device uses a set of weight plates that can be easily removed and reconfigured to create the ideal weight for your current exercise — from 5 to 20 lbs. or 10 to 40 lbs — saving you precious space in your home gym and a whole lot of cash.
Give your home gym an extreme makeover with the new line of Livestrong Fitness Equipment ($800-$1,700; Fall 2009). Highlighted by a race-inspired indoor cycle with a 40-pound flywheel and a Kevlar multi-ribbon belt drive, the lineup also features four treadmills and three ellipticals, offering niceties like built-in speakers and iPod docks, industrial-strength components, LED displays, multiple workout programs, and more. Of course, each piece carries Lance Armstrong's seal of approval, and proceeds from each sale go to help the Lance Armstrong Foundation and the fight against cancer.
There are few faux pas more embarrassing than heading home with a hottie only to pull out a wrinkled, beaten condom package from your wallet. Trojan 2Go ($5) helps you avoid this problem by packing two rubbers into a thin, pocketable case that will keep your jimmy hats safe and ready for use.