Apple beat all other companies to the punch with the first tablet that people actually wanted to buy and use.
You can mix cocktails with any glass, but mixing glasses like this are sure to upgrade any home bar. This etched mixing glass is a perfect companion piece with a mixing strainer and bar spoon with a seamless interior for quieter stirring. The glass can hold nearly two drinks at a time and is safe to wash in your dishwasher.
Height: 5.25" / Diameter: 2.4"
While you were dealing with your Walkman constantly skipping that Linkin Park CD, Steve Jobs was busy creating yet another breakthrough gadget.
Not as awkward as people had thought it would be, and just enough respect between the two to make this rare joint appearance one to remember.
Strikingly designed, these Nesmuk Janus Steak Knives are more than a pretty face. The alloy used to make them is blended with a trace amount of nitrogen for strength and durability, then given an extremely hard black DLC coating that's scratch resistant, reduces friction, and further protects the blade. For contrast, the black blade is then paired with a hand-finished light oak handle that fits perfectly in your hand. Made in Germany.
Blade Length: 4.5" / Handle Length: 4.25" / Overall Length: 8.8" / Weight: 5.6 oz.
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Timex dipped into their extensive archives again with an eye on early diver-style watches before creating the Navi XL. It blends a vintage aesthetic with a stainless steel case and adds a black dial with 24-hour time markings along with lumed indices and hands for increased visibility. The watch is powered by a quartz movement and features a water resistance of up to 100 meters and is finished with a black fabric slip-thru strap.
Diameter: 41mm / Lug width: 20mm / Depth rating: 100 meters / Watch Movement: Quartz Analog
Although he never walked across the platform himself, Steve Jobs gives some inspirational words to the 2005 graduates of Stanford University and the other four million people that have watched this video.