We refuse to use the word cute on Uncrate. But if we did, that's the only way we could describe these things. Made of porous ceramic, Egglings ($9 each) look just like a real egg and come with a terra cotta tray and seed pack — your choice of basil, thyme, lobelia, or phlox.
Instead of being uncivilized and shoving a can of beer up a chicken's rear end, get yourself one of these handy devices from Weber. The Beer Can Chicken Roaster has a convenient aluminum reservoir that you fill with the liquid of your choice to make your bird the juiciest and tastiest on the block — without getting your hands dirty.
Bundle up in style this winter with this Bonded Wool Summit Parka from Todd Snyder. Great for any cold weather outing, it's made using unlined, water repellent 500 gram Italian bonded wool to keep you dry and warm as you step out into the cold. Features include a detachable silver fox fur hood, a button-out full sleeve length quilted liner, horn buttons, and interior pockets that are accessible through the liner. There are also drawstrings at the hood and waist, along with adjustable cuffs to keep winter's chill at bay. It's a perfect outer layer for protection from the elements without compromising style in the process.
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Another big step forward for Pax and for vaporizers in general, the Pax 3 is the third-generation model of the company's flagship line. It's able to heat up instantly and vibrates when it's ready. It's also now a dual-use vaporizer for both loose leaf and extract which is an easy swap with the included concentrate insert. You can even control your Pax using the Pax Vapor app, which connects using Bluetooth — allowing you to personalize your ideal heat settings. Made using a high-polished anodized aluminum shell, each Pax 3 comes with a 10-year warranty and is available in Black, Silver, Gold, and limited edition Rose Gold.
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As Method points out on their website, this shapely bottle of Cucumber Dish Soap ($5) was made for people like us who tend to leave things laying around the kitchen — because it looks like a work of art. Our favorite scent is cucumber — a unique fragrance that you won't find anywhere else. And if you didn't know, all of Method's cleaning products are non-toxic, so this dish soap might actually improve your skin instead of you coming away with the dreaded dish pan hands.
The Coffee Machine ($150), designed by Jasper Morrison for German-based Rowenta, is the iPod of coffee makers. Not only is it sleek and modern, but it also has all the functionality you could ask for. The 12-cup all-in-one unit houses coffee filters, the filter holder, a measuring spoon, and a water tank. A matching single slot, two-slice toaster with photosensor technology and a 12-cup kettle with automatic shut-off are also available.