What can we say about the Steven Raichlen Spatula with Bottle Opener ($20). It's an oversized stainless steel spatula with a built-in bottle opener for more efficient grilling/drinking. For when seconds count between the next flip and the next brew.
Whether you sear in Tikrit or Tucson, the Tactical Grilling Kit ($75) has your back. Constructed of 1000D Cordura in Universal Digital Camo with modular webbing, the Tactical Grilling Apron accepts any PALS/MOLLE compatible accessory, including the accompanying Tactical Spatula Sheath and the Tactical Beer Shingle. The military-grade grilling kit will have you prepared for any cookout/shootout.
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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Keep your home's walls fresh with the Depict Frame — a 49", 4K digital canvas specially calibrated to display artwork. Wrapped in a black or white wooden frame, it connects to the Depict iOS app which gives you one-tap access to a vast collection of works from old masters to current digital artists. The app even lets you upload and display your own images if you're a Premium subscriber. Since not all artwork is horizontal, it sits on a unique wall mount that lets you rotate smoothly between landscape and portrait.
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Whether you're grilling outside or baking inside, the Oregon Scientific Grill Right Wireless Talking Thermometer ($42) will make sure your next feast is properly cooked. It features a six-inch detachable stainless steel probe, with a separate digital LCD screen offering temperature display from 32 to 572 degrees, eight entree programs, four doneness selections, and a transmission range of up to 330 feet away. Oh, and it offers two verbal alert options, so it can literally tell you when it's time to eat.
Cook your dogs, brats, sausages, kielbasa, and more on the Motorized Hot Dog Griller ($70). It features a built-in electric motor to rotate the foods and make sure they cook evenly without scorch marks or cold spots. It's like the rotisserie cooker at your local gas station, but without the foul cheeseburger dogs or threat of infection.