Want to add a little spice to your bedroom escapades? The Trojan Vibrating Ring ($20/3-pack) is a great inexpensive option. The disposable rings come with condoms, and provide vibrating stimulation in just the right spot for pleasuring both partners. Need something a little more potent? Check out the Extra Intense version ($18/3-pack). As one reviewer on Amazon said, "My girlfriend and wife both LOVE these things."
We spend on average 7.5 hours a day staring at a screen, and our eyes are slowly paying the consequences. Founded by former analysts, Felix Gray makes the best of the situation. Available in non-Rx and reading options, their clear lens filters the most harmful wavelengths of blue light and eliminates glare to combat eyestrain and headaches. They offer multiple frames handcrafted from premium Italian acetate to suit all face shapes and personal styles.
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Tile Bluetooth Trackers help you keep track of often misplaced items. And now, they've expanded their product line to include the durable and dependable Tile Sport. It features a sleek graphite gray look and a Bluetooth tracker with twice the range of the original. It pairs seamlessly with the Tile app, and the new model is also waterproof and has a louder speaker to alert you of just where to look for that item you're having trouble finding. The battery lasts an entire year, and the Tile Sport even lets you choose from a variety of new ringtones to optimize and customize your findings.
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If you're a little sore from the pickup game on Sunday like us, you'll know why these guys are essential. The Dr. Cool & Dr. Hot Bags ($16 each) are IV bags filled with techno-chemicals that, when frozen or heated, help ease your pain. Just remember to place the bags on your sore spot, and not hook these up to a real IV setup. Yeah, yeah, we already know you have "ice water pumping through your veins" on the court. Ass.
We're always suspicious of stuff like this, but there are an awful lot of 5-star user reviews for this to be a total hoax. Based on the Bach Flower Remedies — 38 plant and flower-based natural remedies created in the 1930's by an English doctor — Bach Rescue Remedy ($10) combines five flower essences and a good bit of brandy to help you deal with any stressful situation. Mix in some drops to a glass of water or tea, or drop a couple directly onto your tongue. The stuff is apparently also great for calming down pets and crazy kids.