The Making of a Weiss Watch

Weiss Watch Company wants to restore the prestige of American watchmaking that's been missing for around a century. Seriously, you'd be surprised at how few watches have been made stateside since the early 1900s. Since Americans played such a key role in the industrialization of modern watches, it only seems fit that we get back in the ballgame. Here Cameron Weiss takes you through a bit of the process in crafting Weiss Watch Company's Field Watch. It's an ode to the care and craftsmanship small American brands have been known for, and we hope it's just the beginning of an American watch renaissance.
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Handcrafted Leather Basketballs

With all the flash that comes with basketball gear, it's odd the ball has remained so bland for so long. Unofish elevates the humble rock by handcrafting each out of deluxe Italian and imported leather. Each limited edition ball is a work of art you'll want to polish after each scuff. The collection features a range ... continue reading
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MeUndies – The World’s Most Comfortable Underwear SPONSORED

MeUndies makes the worlds most comfortable underwear - specializing in non-riding, ridiculously comfortable underwear made from Lenzing Modal fabric. And don’t think that comfort needs to trump style either, because with limited edition artist collaborations, you'll literally be wearing a piece of art. March’s Design of the Month, The Valley by Alex Zohar, is a prime example of how artistic expression can mesh with supreme quality and comfort to create the perfect pair of undies. MeUndies delivers the most premium underwear straight to your door - so try them today and get free shipping to the U.S. and Canada. ... check it out
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Goods: Stealth Knives

Goods: Stealth Knives While blatantly carrying around a knife is one way to make sure you don’t get attacked, it’s also a quick way to come off as a lunatic to the 99.99% of other people who don’t want to attack you. For a handy knife that’s a bit more covert, consider one of these. Each could assist you ... continue reading
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The Carbon-Fiber Gladiator Suit

Getting cracked in the head with a metal stick or sliced across the arm with a sharp blade are quick ways to end your weapons-based martial arts career. That's why schools drill with modified instruments and gladiator-esque fights to the death have vanished. But for those who really want to spar, the Lorica suit ... continue reading
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Skull-Faced Pocket Tools SHOP

Let's be honest, strapping a multi-tool to your belt isn't exactly the sharpest look. That said, it's smart to never be without your tools. A more aesthetically pleasing way to tote around some handy helpers would be with one of these skull-faced pocket tools. Along with the devilish good looks, you'll get a pry bar, nail puller, and more tools that are easy to carry around. Plus, each weighs under 2 ounces, so they won't weigh you down. ... check it out
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Spyderco Dog Tag Folding Knife

The name of this knife sums up the basic principles pretty well. It's an all-black, anodized knife with a 1.23" blade that folds to the same size and shape as a standard issue dog tag. The handle is made of lightweight titanium, and the blade is made with S30V steel with a sheepsfoot style point. It's obviously not ... continue reading
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The Smart Wallet You’ll Never Lose

Between smartphones, smart cars and the smart home, everything is all interconnected and far more capable than it ever used to be. But somehow we still manage to forget our wallets at home or lose them at the bar. Along with being very cleverly named, Where's Wallet will make sure you're never a dangerous distance ... continue reading
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Spin This Bottle Opener to Decide Who Picks Up the Tab SHOP

You know who waiters and waitresses hate? Groups of people who give them 8 different credit cards and a set of rules to split a tab. Stop being a person in that group. Simply give the You Pay Bottle Opener a spin, and one unlucky soul will get stuck with the bill. No more messing around with who had what and how the tip will work. And when it’s not helping you make quick and brutal decisions, it can pop a few bottles for you to celebrate the free meal you just had. Hopefully. ... check it out
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