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Sony Walkman W260

Sony Walkman W260

When we first saw the latest iPod shuffle, our immediate thought was "make it any smaller and you'll have to build it into the headphones somehow." We doubt anyone was listening, but that's pretty much exactly what has happened with the Sony Walkman W260 ($60-$80). Designed with active users in mind, the W260 is rinsable, wearable, and water-resistant, and offers features like quick charging, a black or white casing, and either 2GB or 4GB of storage.

  • Bottle Key

    No matter what you keep in your pockets or bag on a full-time basis, odds are you have some keys. Now you can add a bottle opener to that list. The Bottle Key ($11) is a lovely, distressed-looking blank key made from antique brass with a bottle opener built-in, meaning you'll never be bumming openers or destroying someone else's Bic again.

  • Dyson DC35 Digital Slim Vacuum

    Emphasis on the "slim." It might resemble an empty Christmas paper tube attached to a handheld garden sprinkler, but the Dyson DC35 Digital Slim Vacuum ($300) is anything but a hacked-together design. Powered by a Dyson digital motor and weighing under 10 pounds, the DC35 features Radix Cyclone technology, a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, and a motorized floor tool with carbon fiber brushes, it's ready to tackle even the dirtiest of floors without breaking your back. The one Dyson sent us has been sucking up everything from cat hair to drywall nails, and shows no sign of slowing down.