So you want a website. Maybe you need a domain, or just a design. Or maybe you need to build an online store for your budding brand. Squarespace has all three covered. Their standalone domain service includes privacy, a flat yearly rate, and a handsome parking page until you're ready to launch. Their designs are top-tier, image-rich, and move from desktop to mobile with ease. And everything's accessible from an intuitive interface that makes it easy to build a store or site that both informs and performs.
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Never lose anything again with Tile. Tile is a family of small Bluetooth trackers that helps you find your things fast. Attach Tiles to your things and use the Tile app to ring your Tile or see the last place you had it on a map. And if it's your phone that you're looking for, press the button on any of your Tiles and it will ring your phone — even on silent. The original Tile is designed with a convenient hole so you can clip it to your keys, backpack and luggage. The new Tile Slim is the world's thinnest Bluetooth tracker. As thin as two credit cards, it's perfect to slip in your wallet, passport and jacket. With two different styles of Tile to choose from, you'll never worry about losing anything again. Tile — Find what matters.
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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]