Keep your holiday snacks warm the natural way this season with the Blomus Round Single Ring Hot Plate ($38). This nifty warming plate is powered by a tealight candle that sits in the center of the circular stainless steel plate, making sure your legendary dip stays warm 'til the last bite.
Serve up the big feast in these Buffet Servers ($200-$400) and rollout dessert on this Buffet Cart ($600). Made by BroilKing, these pro-grade stainless steel food holders have warming trays to keep everything hot and ready for seconds and thirds.
Built with top quality components and thoughtful construction, you can't go wrong with a made to measure gray or blue suit from Indochino's Premium Collection. All their suit jackets are half canvassed, with fully fused fronts, for greater versatility and excellent shape for your body. Each jacket also features fully canvassed lapels, bullhorn buttons, lightweight shoulder pads and high-quality collar felts. Just choose your fabric, customize your suit, and submit your measurements. The result is an investment-quality suit that's far more attainable than bespoke options and fits better than off-the-rack options. You can wear them year round, and you get the most bang for your buck as each suit is under $400.
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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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Get crisp, moist fried turkey without all the extra fat (and the huge mess) with the Oil-Less Turkey Fryer ($200). This unique cooking gadget uses infrared technology to seal in juices and cook thoroughly, and because there are no oils, you can use your favorite rubs and seasonings to kick up the flavor. With the ability to cook up to a 16-lb. bird at around 8-10 minutes per pound, it'll also save you time — something that's invaluable around the holidays.
While high-end coffee makers promise ultimate convenience, there's still nothing quite like a french press. The Bodum Chambord 8-Cup Press & Thermal Glasses ($40) brews up to 8 cups of coffee the old-fashioned way, and features a built-in, three-piece stainless steel filter, a polished stainless lid and holder, a wide black handle and knob, and a glass carafe. As a bonus, the set includes two 12-oz. Pavina double wall glasses, giving you everything you need for a great coffee experience.