From manufacturer: Pair Skullcandy with an organization like Jay-Z’s Roc Nation, and the end result is a crossbreed of street-level swagger and sophisticated class. With an optics inspired design (see the custom styled drivers for yourself) and a focus on performance, the Aviator is the Porsche of the headphone arena. Take charge of the conversation, and the music, with our in-line Mic 3, while our Attacking Bass, Natural Vocals, and Precision Highs deliver the purest experience in audio –...
A great mid-priced set of earphones. These are earbuds worn in the ear.
From the manufacturer: Don't give away your smoking jacket just because you own a pair of Skullcandy Full Metal Jacket ear buds. The FMJ's metal housing and well-endowed speakers pump out a furious barrage of armor-piercing decibels that not even Wonder Woman's magical gold wristbands could withstand.
• 11mm Power Drivers
• PU Leather Mesh Carry Case
• Comply Foam Tips
• 3 Silicone Gel Sizes...
The most comfortable running shoe ever. Period.
From the manufacturer: The GEL-Nimbus® 13 has dropped ¾ of an ounce, thanks to the new super light, super durable AHAR® outsole material. Full length Guidance Line® gives the shoe a smooth transition through the gait cycle, and promotes a more efficient toe-off position.
Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.®)
ASICS® design philosophy that employs linked componentry to enhance the foot's natural gait from heel strike to toe-off...
A sleek digital scale. From the manufacturer: The EatSmart Precision Plus is our newest high capacity, ultra accurate digital bathroom scale. The slim, ergonomic design fits perfectly into any surroundings and oversized non-slip platform safely allows weights up to 440 pounds (one of the highest capacities on the market). At over 15 inches wide this scale will fit anyone comfortably. Also, the Precision Plus allows you to simply step on and instantaneously get your weight on an extra large...
This coffee press makes the best tasting coffee! It's simple and requires only hot water and coarsely ground coffee. When the hot water and coffee have mixed for a few minutes, you simply press down on the plunger and the coffee grounds are separated from the mix and forced to the bottom of the flask...trapped by a stainless steel filter. Now, simply decant your coffee into a mug and enjoy!
From Amazon.com: The Shin Bistro French Press Coffeemaker combines a simple design aesthetic...
Fossil JR9768 Strap Series Men’s Watch.
Dial: Brown wood dial.
3-hand quartz analog movement.
Case: Brown tone stainless steel case.
Date function at 6 o’clock position.
Band: Brown leather strap.
Water resistant: 50 meters.
Approximate case diameter: 36mm.
Collectable tin can: Franks Finch Seed Mix
Seki Edge "Signature" Toenail Clipper. Salon quality Japanese stainless steel. Sharp, cutting edge finished by master craftsmen. These toenail clippers do the job and do them well!
Twice tempered stainless steel
Hand-finished cutting edge
Smooth and easy action
Made from the finest corrosion-proof stainless steel. Ultra sleek design – only 2.6” in length. Unconditional Money-Back Guarantee if not satisfied - Lifetime Warranty. Easy two hand operation. Rotate the bottom handle to activate the precision cutters.
Rinse cutting head with water for quick cleaning or remove the inner shaft for more thorough cleaning.
Includes a clear plastic tube for safe storage. Lifetime guarantee. Made in USA.
First of all, there's not an option in the review ratings for "Results", which is where this contraption earns a 10. However, the price is rather high and it doesn't generate the magic bullet cup that all peoples will instantly agree to have been the best they've ever tasted. What it DOES do is turn your Chemex "super clean coffee" device into a "pour-over clean meets french-press grit" coffee maker.
What it is: It's essentially a stainless steel, conical filter with a bunch of rather...
Let's get the obvious out of the way: yes, it's $250. If this is your first interaction with "the Breville tax" well, get used to it. They make nice looking stuff that generally works very well, but fetches more than a few shiny pennies. If the cost turns you away, there are cheaper options out there - but not quite so fancy or perhaps versatile. Let's dig in.
The OTTM is a fully-loaded, fully-automated tea making machine. You put cold water in the pot, loose leaves (or bags) in the...
Spoiler: I love this thing. It's produced some of the best coffee I've had in a LONG, long time - in just a month of use. It's also presented some challenges, but none too big.
The Chemex system is more than just a brewer - it's as much about the filters as it is the pot. However, what I'm finding is that the Chemex brewer is actually about more than just the Chemex system. This isn't a review about filters, but suffice it to say that with the Chemex filters, you'll get the cleanest cup...
A few quick design notes - there's 1/2lb hopper up top, which rotates to make coarseness adjustments. At the very coarsest setting, it can vibrate out of the "grinding" mode and into the "removing the hopper" mode, which makes for a fun mess to clean. However, this coarsest setting is too coarse to be useful anyway.
There's a timer on the side that goes up to 30 seconds, which is very loose/easy to turn. It's very easy to lose that elusive "perfect" timer setting. I placed a sticker on...
For a tea drinker, loose tea significantly improves the experience over bagged tea: manufacturers ship lower quality, poorly processed tea leaves and stems in bags of measured quantity; whereas loose tea provides higher quality product and the ability to precisely measure how much tea versus how much water, allowing more flavor without forcing more astringent tannin extraction.
The Japanese Tetsubin accepts hot water and itself heats up; by filling first with hot water and then...
I recently realized I hadn't bought new jeans in probably 8 years or so (and I'm 28)! I always by used jeans and have 1 pair at a time for the last couple years. Those days are gone since I went to Dave's in Manhattan. They have Levis for $30-$40 which is $15-$20 off normal price. I thought I'd be going for the 514's since I'm 6'1" and not "skinny" skinny. I tried them on and after a hot summer with my pant legs always rolled up because of the swampy weather in Brooklyn, the 514's just...
NOTE: dont disregard this review if you only have a single baby...they make those too!
As some of you know...I'm a Twins Parent. Which means if I can't find time to do the things I love juggling the twins...it doesn't get done!
As such, when my wife brought home the In Step Twins jogging stroller...I was in heaven. My biggest fear was whether or not it would be too heavy to run with.
Well...just took it for a 4+ mile run and here is the review!
At $200+ a...
I bought this watch off of an Ebay vendor about a month ago. It took about a week to get it and I have been wearing everyday since. I am thoroughly satisfied so far but read below for more info.
Price: This was $54 dollars including shipping from Singapore. There are cheaper ones listed but you have to pay shipping. Make sure you do the math to get the best price.
Quality: After 3 weeks it has performed very well. It does seem to gain about a minute a week but this is not a...
*I'm not sure what "Fit & Finish" means, so I left it blank.
I decided to get myself a nicer pen, as I don't like disposables too much. My local stationer suggested to be this pen, which for the price ($13.29 to be exact), is a good deal.
Price: $13.29. 'Nough said.
Packaging: Just a small, simple box. No complaints here.
Quality: The pen has a nice heft to it. The black finish is nice, and the gold-metal trim is a nice touch. There's a rubber grip, which I guess is nice. When I...
Got it as my first fountain pen. The weight seems appropriate for something this small. The packaging was just a cheap gold color box it was shoved in, so nothing fancy. I am using Waterman black ink with this pen. The shell is made from a thick casing of steel. The finish seems nice and should last. I believe the caps are plastic. When filling it, I noticed that the reservoir seems a bit on the cheaper side. It doesn't display how much ink is left, so I guess I will just get a surprise one...
This stuff and the rest of obenauf's lineup were created to protect the boots of firefighters.
I had some leather items I wanted to keep in good shape and decided to give obenauf's leather oil a try. It works great and is readily absorbed into the leather in a very short time. It may not be the cheapest stuff out there ($15.95 for 16 oz.), but a little goes a long way and the fantastic results are worth it. Another nice thing about it is it does not contain neatsfoot or mink oil, which some...
I got myself one of these as a christmas present to myself and I am glad I did. The purchase was a result of a relatively new-found interest in wrist watches.
This watch is from Breitling's AeroMarine line and has a quite rugged overall appearance. As is typical for this brand there is plenty of detail and has a very unique presence on the wrist. The full polished finish gives this model a definite air of refinement that balances the rugged lines and contours of the case and...