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The Peaks and Valleys On This Desk Are Actually Designed To Hold Your Tech

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The top of this desk looks like a wooden planet. There are peaks and valleys seemingly strewn haphazardly across its surface that happen to make it look cool. Only, they aren’t randomly tossed down, Tom Shuster designed each one to hold a device of yours. Complete with spots for docking your phone and tablet, four USB hubs, cable holes, and a drawer for your laptop or pen and paper (we’d recommend doing your writing on another surface), the cherry wood workspace is beautifully functional. Right now it’s just a concept from the German designer, but we’d quickly put one in our office if they ever go up for sale.

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Every tactical gear manufacturer offers something in the way of a tactical pen, but they’re not all as robust as the TriTac from StatGear. It’s engineered from aircraft grade aluminum with an ergonomic grip and bolt action pen lever, and the included Fisher Space Pen ink can write in all types of conditions, from a light drizzle to a stint in space. Obviously, no tactical pen is complete without a carbide window punch, but the TriTac goes above and beyond, adding a 440C stainless steel, razor sharp blade.

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