The Paper Mate Tandem ($5) combines a ballpoint pen and highlighter to make sure you'll never have to dig around looking for one or the other when you need it. The super handy two-in-one writing instrument features a twist grib, Lubriglide ink system, and smear resistant highlighter ink. In addition, the highlighter unit can be replaced with a refill after you've used it to mark all of the dirty words in the Dictionary at the library.
Uni-ball's Signo Pen Set ($25/set of 8) has the world's thinnest ball point tip — a diameter of 0.18 mm, or about the width of two human hairs. While currently only available in Japan, the Signo can be purchased online like most lustful objects. This set comes with 8 colors — orange, light blue, violet, pink, red, black, emerald, and blue. [via Wired]
A modern reinvention of the house slipper, Mahabis Classic Slippers are far more than just something you slip on to get the morning paper. The sleek, award winning one-piece upper is comfortable on its own, but transforms into a quasi-shoe with the detachable TPU sole, letting you transition from indoor to outdoor wear in seconds. Made in Europe, they come in two shades of gray with a choice of sole colors, and are also available in nubuck leather or a breathable mesh that's great for warm weather.
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Just like your mattress, your pillow has a big effect on the quality of your sleep. And just like their comfortable mattress, the Casper Pillow is designed to make sure you rest well. It provides both comfort and support regardless of your sleeping position, with a firm inner core and a softer outer shell. Essentially it's a pillow within a pillow. It also won't pancake or lose shape thanks to the silky fibers it was constructed with, and is finished with breathable percale cotton to keep things cool. Take advantage of the 100 night trial and if you don't love it, Casper will give you a free refund.
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According to Feng Shui masters, this Money Tree ($40) has the power to give you wealth and good fortune. According to us, it will look cool on your desk. So take the chance and buy one — you have nothing to lose and only desk vegetation and an interesting story to gain. It comes in a ribbed celadon Japanese porcelain pot along with the story of the money tree.
While elegant pens are common in the workplace, elegant pencils are not. Show your affinity for lead with the Sharp Kerry Mechanical Pencil from Pentel ($18). Available in both 0.5mm and 0.7mm models, the pen features a dual-purpose cap, silver accents, and is hand-assembled using watchmaker’s tools. Plus, it has a really cool name — maybe they are working on a “Dull Bush” model as well.