Sometimes the original is the best. Only modestly updated since it's debut, the Waring Professional Bar Blender ($95) is a true classic, with workhorse sensibilities. Available in stainless steel or bright copper, the Waring features a 40-oz. glass mixing jar, a powerful 390-watt motor, high and low speeds, a center cap that doubles as a 1-oz measure, and a heavy-duty build that will keep it running for years to come.
Enjoy the perfect pint with the Samuel Adams Boston Lager Glass ($30/set of 4 glasses). Designed with the help of sensory experts, the pint glass provides optimum full-flavored taste of Sam Adams (or any other brew) thanks to some unique features — a bead inside the rim creates turbulence to release flavor and aromas; a lip on the glass places the beer on the front of the tongue where sweetness is tasted; a laser etching on the bottom creates bubbles for constant aroma release; thinner walls and round shape maintain proper beer temperature longer; and a narrow grip reduces exposure from the heat of your hand.
You already know StockX is the place for limited edition sneakers and streetwear, but they also offer a wide selection of quality timepieces. Their open marketplace has everything from the most sought after Rolex Submariner and Omega Speedmaster, to more accessible options like the Casio G-Shock. After you find the perfect watch, buyers can place bids using real-time data provided alongside the product. There's no reason to stress about quality because once you've made a purchase, StockX will authenticate and verify the condition before shipping it out.
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Among the sacrifices made by those looking to eat healthier, abandoning cereal is near the top of the list for many. With Magic Spoon, it doesn't need to be. They've reimagined your favorite childhood cereals into high protein, zero sugar, guilt-free daily indulgences. Each 110-calorie bowl has just 3 grams of net carbs, zero gluten, zero grains, and nothing artificial. Take your pick from cinnamon, frosted, fruity, or cocoa flavors, or grab a variety pack and try them all.
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Forget those easily-breakable shot glasses you see in tourist shops around the world — if you're ready to do some real drinking, grab yourself a BigShot ($55). Made from solid 2-inch diameter 303 stainless steel bar stock, these manly glasses hold 3 oz. of hooch and weigh an even-manlier 7.5 oz. With a brushed finish and rifled knurls for better grip, it's the last shot glass you'll ever need. [Thanks, Scott]
Ever wonder why the concept of the Weeble, which wobbles but won't fall down, hasn't been applied to everyday life? Wonder no more. The Rocking Glass ($25/set of 4) is like a Weeble storage vessel for your booze, with a nice globe-like shape and curved bottom that allows the glass to rock without tipping over. If only they could do the same thing for drunk humans.
For those that grew up in late '70s and '80s, the graphic designs of NASA are some of the most memorable of the period, appearing on everything from hats to the Space Shuttle. This reprinting of the NASA Graphics Standards Manual celebrates this outstanding identity system, which was used from 1975 to 1992. Recreated for public use for the first time from the personal copies of the original designers, Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn, it covers the logo, placement, color schemes, and other design standards that helped capture the imagination of a generation and make the American space agency a lasting, iconic part of our legacy of exploration. Included are scans of Danne's personal copy of the original manual, a forward from Danne, an essay by Christopher Bonanos, reproductions of the original NASA 35mm slide presentation, and scans of the 'Managers Guide', a follow up booklet distributed by NASA. Each copy is individually wrapped in a foil static shield, adding even more nostalgic rocket-age flair to this iconic design reference.
220 pages / 129 Image Plates / 9.5" x 11.5" / Hardcover
Continuing their quest to support environmental causes through beautiful timepieces, Oris is releasing this limited edition watch to help keep the world's oceans cleaner. The Swiss brand partnered with an ocean conservation organization that helps protect our precious oceans by turning plastic into energy. The watch itself centers around an eye-catching sunburst aqua blue dial with hands, hour markers, and central seconds hands treated with Super-LumiNova and flanked by an aqua blue ceramic insert on the bezel. The 39.5 mm case also has recycled PET plastic set into the case back for a hands-on example of the cause it represents. The Clean Ocean is limited to just 2,000 pieces and is presented in special boxes made of environmentally friendly algae with recycled plastic inlays.
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Keep your drinks chilled the (kinda) natural way with Cowhide Koozies ($15). These collapsable drink holders are made from high-quality neoprene, with rustic, authentic hides stitched to the outside, creating a cooling chamber that will keep a beer at 40 degrees or below for up to 35 minutes, or way longer than should be necessary. [Thanks, Manny]