File folder, your world need not be beige. Spice up your filing cabinet with these Camo File Folders from Fred Flare ($12 for 6). With a decidedly colorful design in either orange, blue, or pink, you can make sure that folder full of confidential papers blends in great with your orange shag carpet. [via]
You can't pack up your entire desk when you head off to a meeting, but you can still have all the office equipment you'll need thanks to the Swiss Business Tool ($100). It features a flat-clinch stapler, hole punch, staple remover, scissors, optical gauge, and nail file.
Protein bars usually contain as much sugar as a doughnut and have an ingredient list that requires a doctorate to pronounce. RXBARs are different. With no more than eight ingredients, each bar contains real, whole foods and delivers 12g of quality protein without any added sugar. At the core of every bar is a mixture of egg whites, fruits, and nuts — which they print right on the front of the package — and each of their 12 flavors are gluten-, soy-, and dairy-free. Our favorites are Chocolate Sea Salt, Blueberry, and Peanut Butter, but we recommend starting with the best seller pack, which comes with six of their top selling flavors. Keep a few of these in your gym bag, office drawer, and kitchen pantry for when you need a snack and resist the urge to scarf a candy bar.
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Inspired by NASA's X-Plane Project, the Zelos ZX series aims to push boundaries, just like the experimental aircraft. The ZX-8 Limited Edition has Swiss Automatic 7750 movement and even features a titanium dial made from an actual SR-71 Blackbird, the fastest jet in the world. The titanium is cut from an SR-71 engine, and the original finish was left intact, including all marks, scratches, and leftover paint, making each dial unique.
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If you've ever used a "handy" dipsenser roll of scotch tape, you know that "handy" isn't the best word to descibe it. Frustrating and inefficient perhaps, but definitely not "handy." The Tape Dispenser by Folmer Christensen ($115) features an elegant, functional design that you won't mind having displayed on your desk.
We're huge fans of Pilot's G2 gel ink pen. We love the G2 so much that we hold weddings for each pen and Moleskine notebook that get used together. Kidding. We're not that weird — we just hold funerals when their ink runs dry. Anyway, Pilot has introduced the G2 Mini ($6-$16; Feb. 1), a smaller version that will fit better in our pockets and take up less room in our gadget bag. It's available in eight colors in packs of 3, 4 and 8. Like the original, the Mini has a comfortable rubber grip and acid-free, archival safe gel ink that is water-resistant and smear-proof.