An ET-like meteor has ups and downs (mostly downs) on his way to Earth.
Ren & Stimpy-esque cartoon starring the greatest salesman-slash-secret agent ever. The best 6 minutes of your day is right here.
Crafted from pebble-grain Italian leather, Courant's CATCH:3 Charging Station will keep your most important device juiced up while keeping the rest of your EDC kit organized. Its 3-coil, Qi-compatible platform supports fast charging of both iPhone and Android devices, powered by an included nylon USB-C cable that connects discreetly in the back. A recessed, bowl-like area sits alongside, holding your watch, wallet, keys, and any other essentials you'd like to keep handy. A weighted matte aluminum alloy base keeps it from sliding around, and an additional USB-A output lets you charge a second device if desired.
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Width: 11.0" / Depth: 8.0" / Height: 0.625"
3-Coil single-device charging / USB-C input / 5W, 7.5W, 10W fast wireless charging output / Additional USB A output
Certifications: Qi, CE, FCC, ROHS
Included in the box: 1.2-meter nylon USB-C charging cable, power adapter (USA)
Countries of Usage: Universal with USB Cable, USA-only with outlet plug
The Shift Backpack is Bellroy's most performance-focused backpack to date. This overachiever is well equipped for the road — and trails — but manages to stay totally office-appropriate too. Despite the clean, sleek aesthetic on the outside, this 22-liter pack features a tonne of pocketing on the inside. Small items are stowed high in the bag for easy access, leaving the main compartment free for larger items to fill it out. The Shift Backpack is outfitted with super tough, water-resistant Venture-weave polyester that repels water and wear, and is finished off with a custom Slide Hook closure system, lumbar support and removable sternum strap for real comfort, all day long. Comes in black, moss or ink blue.
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The world's smallest stop-motion animation video. It stars Dot, a 9mm girl running from the end of her microscopic world. It was filmed with CellScope technology and a Nokia N8.