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Fresh Traveler

Fresh Traveler

There's a reason that yogurt parfaits and cereal are popular morning time items at coffee shops and cafés — they're basically impossible to pack with you. Unless, of course, you're rocking a Fresh Traveler ($45). Designed by Arian Brekveld, this double-walled stainless steel bottle keeps your yogurt or drink cold, while a screw-on bottom plastic container keeps your food crispy until you're ready to eat. Probably also handy for mixed drinks, or small batches of Quickrete. [Thanks, Lihi]

  • Bheestie

    We try to be careful with our gadgets, but even the most diligent protectors can be thwarted by a slip from the shoulder while relieving themselves, or by an errant step on a lake- or river-side camping trip. Consider Bheestie ($20) your backup plan. This moisture-absorbing stuff comes in a handy, resealable bag that lets you toss your soaked silicon in and retrieve a dry, hopefully functional device. Unfortunately, it can't un-trigger a moisture sensor, so you'd best hope that iPod or iPhone didn't get too drenched.

  • Burglary Kit

    Need to bust into a competitor's headquarters for a little industrial espionage, or just need to do some good ol' fashioned snooping? The Burglary Kit ($200) has just what you need, including an intimidating black mask, gloves, a first aid kit in case you cut yourself on a busted-out window, a small knife, a camera for casing the joint, some rope for tying up witnesses/victims, a flashlight for late night operations, Chiclets to... umm... keep your breath fresh, and the requisite crow bar. Of course, you could always try the direct approach, but we hear that only works for encyclopedia salesmen.