C.G.P. Grey explains why 2012 has 366 days.
Phonographs and lightbulbs. A short history lesson on the life of American inventor and businessman Thomas Edison.
Condensation: nemesis of wooden furniture, dry hands, and cold drinks. Keep it at bay with these Double Walled Beer Glasses. Available in three shapes to complement different styles of beer, they're handmade from sturdy, science lab-approved borosilicate glass with space between the inner chamber and outer wall that helps keep your drinks colder, longer, while also keeping condensation to a bare minimum.
Pint: 16 oz. / Weizen: 15 oz. / Lager: 15 oz.
Part rugged and part refined, The Motley has bottled up the adventurous spirit of Indiana Jones for their best-selling scent. Its notes of Atlas cedar and oakmoss make it woody and masculine, while warm clove and black pepper give it a subtle spiciness. Each bottle is compounded and hand-poured in small batches at their Los Angeles facility. Pick it up here and get $20 off with the code UNCRATE.
Presented by The Motley.
Presented by The Motley.
While you're enjoying your American craft brew, watch this short history of American beers.
Stefani Bardin's internal view of how our bodies digest food has forever changed our feelings toward ramen noodles.
Combining advanced hardware with proprietary algorithms, Nomad's Base Station Pro can wirelessly charge up to three devices at once. Dubbed FreePower, the technology uses a matrix of 18 coils that locate devices and work together to form an electromagnetic coupling with the power receivers. As a result, devices charge anywhere on the padded leather surface, while no-slip rubber feet hold the machined aluminum frame in place. It supports charging speeds up to 7.5W, gets its power from a 30W USB-C PD power supply, and can be updated via that same USB-C port for improved performance.
For a limited time, take $30 off with code BASEPRO
Length: 8.7" / Depth: 5.6" / Height: 0.5"
Includes US, EU, UK & AU adapters, a 2m braided USB-C power cable, and 30W USB-C PD power supply.
Not everyone keeps an emergency tool in their vehicle. This simple bracelet ensures you can escape via a side or rear window. On its elastic cord sits a striker bead made from tungsten carbide, the same material used in armor-piercing ammunition. To use it, simply pull it from your wrist, wrap the loop around your thumb and first finger, place the bead against the window, then pull back and release it. Just a single strike should be enough to destroy the glass and give you a path to safety.
The film series This Must Be The Place sits down with the flavorful personalities of Prime Burger to catch up with the old school joint that has been serving up midtown Manhattan with American classics since 1938.