The best Valentine's Days end with an extended stay in bed. Make sure yours is ready for action with Sheex. This high-end bedding combines unmatched softness with sport apparel-like capabilities to keep you comfortable no matter how much things heat up. The secret is the company's breathable performance fabrics, which wick moisture away to keep you dry while letting out the heat that leads to wetness in the first place. They also stretch in four directions, satisfying even the rowdiest sleepers, and retain a slight sheen that makes them even more inviting. Available in a rainbow of colors.
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Watches. Pizza. Amazon shipments. Lots of great things come in boxes. The Leesa Mattress is one of them. It's designed for all body types and all types of sleepers, is available exclusively online, and ships right to your door. Three layers of premium foam provide support, bounce, and consistent temperature to make each night's sleep better than the last, and Leesa donates one mattress to a homeless shelter for every ten sold. Made in the USA and with a 100-night risk free trial, so you're guaranteed to get a great night's sleep.
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While this belt won't make it past airport security, it very well might make you feel like Batman the next time someone asks for a light. The Belt Lighter ($26) features a buckle that holds a removable lighter, letting you keep some fire with you at all times. [Thanks, Ted!]
Sure, having DJ turntables or pin-up girls on your cufflinks is cool, but if you want something a little more functional, check these out. The fully-working thermometer cufflinks by Tateossian London ($165) let you know the temperature at a glance without consulting the Weather Channel. They've got a black face and sport a shiny silver finish, with one cufflink in Celsius and the other in Fahrenheit.