Oh my dayum. We're going ham over Daym Drops' remixed Five Guys Burgers and Fries review.
With a beard that fresh, you always have more than one. James Harden and Russell Westbrook get messy for Footlocker.
Powered by high capacity 60-volt lithium-ion batteries, the new Greenworks 25-in self-propelled, cordless lawn mower features the industry's largest cutting width and delivers better-than-gas performance without the noise, fumes, or harmful emissions. The mower is also equipped with the industry's only dual-port auto switchover technology, so when one battery depletes, the mower automatically switches to the second battery for longer, uninterrupted runtime. The self-propelled drive system with variable speed control reduces fatigue, and the 2-in-1-discharge mode allows you to bag or mulch. Each mower is also equipped with a steel cutting deck, seven cutting heights, on-board battery indicator and EZ Fold handles for compact storage.
Presented by Greenworks.
Presented by Greenworks.
Crafted from recycled canvas, this log carrier will make light work of your load. Its rugged construction and sturdy handles wrap logs tight to keep the job neat as you travel from the pile to the hearth. Made by hand using repurposed materials, each piece has its own individual character.
Height: 20" / Width: 26"
Whatever you do, don't look into their eyes.
While the crowd's away the stadiums will dubstep. Jimmy Diebold captures Seattle's CenturyLink Field lighting up to Patrick Reza's M83 remix.
From particles and dust to bacteria and contaminants, the air is full of harmful pollutants. The O2 Curve Mask offers superior protection from these hazards without sacrificing comfort. Its lined with medical-grade silicone to create a seal that can block particulate matter down to 0.1 microns while adjustable straps and soft silicone ear loops provide a secure, comfortable fit. As far as respirators go, the compact design is pretty stylish. It comes with a white shell but is also available in black, red, and blue. Each mask includes a 3-pack of electrostatic filters.
Presented by O2.
Presented by O2.
Improving upon the first Light Phone, The Light Phone 2 is an ideal choice for your second line, be it burner phone or simply a way to disconnect from the total distraction and addiction to social media our "smart" phones have become. It functions as a standalone phone as it's an unlocked, 4G LTE enabled device, but can also be paired to your main line if your carrier supports dual-SIM or similar functionality. It has a high-res E-Ink touchscreen that's only visible when you're using the phone, running a clean custom OS that allows for phone calls (complete with contact list), messaging, alarms, and can function as a hotspot for other devices. What you won't find are any social networking apps, gifs, ads, email, internet browsing, or anything else to pull you away from the world around you, and nor will the Light Phone 2 ever support those functions. It comes in the only color you need (black) and in a spec for North America or for International users. It's an unlocked 4G LTE phone and will work with a SIM card and basic plan from Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket, or Mobile PCS in the United States, or Light's own service plan for $30 per month for unlimited talk, standard texting, and SIM card if you're in the United States. If you're outside the U.S., check here for which version you need and which carriers support Light Phone 2 in your region. While the Light Phone 2 will never support social media and the addiction that comes with it, future software updates are set to include functions for a calculator, basic navigation, and select music services as the device does have a real headphone jack in addition to Bluetooth.
Dimensions: 4.75" Tall / 2.25" Wide / 0.35" Thick
Charging & Battery: Included mirco-USB charging cable / 950mAh battery / 1 to 3 Day Battery Life
Messaging: SMS compatibly with Group Messaging function
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In just two days you can enjoy LAIKA's 3D stop-motion, zombie animation, but until then, watch the insane process that went into creating the thousands of facial expressions for the characters of ParaNorman.