We refuse to use the word cute on Uncrate. But if we did, that's the only way we could describe these things. Made of porous ceramic, Egglings ($9 each) look just like a real egg and come with a terra cotta tray and seed pack — your choice of basil, thyme, lobelia, or phlox.
Instead of being uncivilized and shoving a can of beer up a chicken's rear end, get yourself one of these handy devices from Weber. The Beer Can Chicken Roaster has a convenient aluminum reservoir that you fill with the liquid of your choice to make your bird the juiciest and tastiest on the block — without getting your hands dirty.
We spend about a third of our life sleeping, so the mattress you sleep on every night is incredibly important. Make sure you get the right one by trying out a Casper. This USA-made mattress is made up of multiple layers of foam, including one for support and pressure relief, and one to make sure you don't get too hot. It's all wrapped up in a durable woven cover, and shipped right to your door in a box that's easy to maneuver into even the smallest abodes. You get 100 nights to try it out, can return it for free if you're not satisfied, but if you are (and you probably will be), you can upgrade even further by grabbing some of the company's soft Supima cotton sheets and dual-layer pillows.
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Building off the success of their PivLock quick-change eyewear line, Smith has once again jumped ahead with their all-new Attack series. These sunglasses feature magnet-guided snap-on temple pieces that mount directly on a single large lens, allowing the wearer to quickly adjust to changing light conditions without missing a beat. Other new features include a shaped cutout at the top of the lens for increased ventilation, an adjustable nosepiece for maximum wearing comfort, and a new range of ChromaPop lenses to help you keep your eyes on where you're going next.
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As Method points out on their website, this shapely bottle of Cucumber Dish Soap ($5) was made for people like us who tend to leave things laying around the kitchen — because it looks like a work of art. Our favorite scent is cucumber — a unique fragrance that you won't find anywhere else. And if you didn't know, all of Method's cleaning products are non-toxic, so this dish soap might actually improve your skin instead of you coming away with the dreaded dish pan hands.
The Coffee Machine ($150), designed by Jasper Morrison for German-based Rowenta, is the iPod of coffee makers. Not only is it sleek and modern, but it also has all the functionality you could ask for. The 12-cup all-in-one unit houses coffee filters, the filter holder, a measuring spoon, and a water tank. A matching single slot, two-slice toaster with photosensor technology and a 12-cup kettle with automatic shut-off are also available.