If you're an indecisive trader — or if you're buying a gift for someone who is — check out this whimsical die. The Buy Sell Hold Die from Tiffany & Co. ($75) is a half-inch sterling silver cube with the word "Buy" "Sell" or "Hold" on each side, making decisions about the future of your finances as simple as a roll of the dice. Note: The die is not in any way correct all the time. Use at your own risk.
Ever since our first Xmas with the Game Boy, we've loved Tetris. Now you can spread the love around your cubicle, kitchen, or home office with the Tetrius Magnet Set ($10). The set includes seven different Tetris-shaped magnets, which you can fit together to resemble a round of the famous game, or just show your love by actually using them as magnets. Either way, they're too cool and too cheap to pass up. [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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Our old friend Mr. P is back again, this time trying desperately to keep your snaking, tangled cords in check — and to satisfy his bondage fetish at the same time. The Mr. P One Man Tied Cord Organizer ($12) is four inches tall and available in both white and orange, so he can be useful in any part of the house — or just use a whole army of them to keep track of cords in the office or by the home theater. [Thanks, Lee]