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Tanner Goods Eyeglass Case

Tanner Goods Eyeglass Case

Whether you're a regular ol' four-eyes or just want a place to store your sunglasses, the Tanner Goods Eyeglass Case ($70) can handle the job. Based off a military issue case from the 1960s, these slim, stylish cases are hand-made in Portland from three-quarter ounce English Bridle leather, and sports a "flap-and-snap" closure, a term which also happens to describe a rather funny photography meme.

  • Bottle Opener Necklace

    We've seen plenty of bottle openers on keychains, but a necklace? That's a first. The Bottle Opener Necklace ($62) lets you display your love of the suds proudly on your chest. Made from hand forged steel, this unique accessory is hand hammered on a 130-year-old anvil, then coated with a light coat of beeswax to preserve its appearance. A perfect accompaniment to those chainmail gloves you bought at the renaissance fair last year.

  • Warby Parker Eyewear

    As the four-eyed staffers of Uncrate can attest, nice-looking specs are rarely cheap. Fortunately that's not the case with Warby Parker Eyewear ($95). Started by four friends sick of paying eye-popping prices for their eye enhancers, this collection of well-designed, vintage-inspired modern frames will have you seeing right and looking respectably geeky for not a lot of dough. And besides looking dapper, Warby Parker works with RestoringVision.org to give one pair of glasses to someone in need for every pair they sell. Oh, and did we mention monocles?
    [Thanks, Nick & John]