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The EDC Retrieval Tool Is Like a Mini Grappling Hook SHOP

You don’t need to steal Batman’s utility belt to add some cool tools to your everyday carry. This Retrieval Tool can be carried around on your key ring or in your pocket and it makes snagging anything caught in a tree, on your roof, or in a hard to reach place a breeze. It won’t support your bodyweight, but it will help you retrieve items you can’t get your hands on. And if you’ve misplaced something metallic, the magnetic head will grab that as well. It won’t turn you into a ninja, but it will be the coolest thing on your key chain. ... check it out
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Drinkwel – The Multivitamin for People Who Drink SPONSORED

Sure we hit the gym, jog, and ride a single-speed as often as we can, but that doesn't mean we don't also enjoy happy hour and a few nighttime brews. If you care about your health but have no plans of throwing in the towel on drinking, there's Drinkwel. Drinkwel is the world's first daily multivitamin for people who drink. It helps replenish nutrients while supporting healthy liver function and processing alcohol induced toxins. And if it doesn't help you feel better, they'll even give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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17 Sci-Fi Movies Every Guy Should See

Maybe it's because we're geeked for Interstellar, but we happen to be in the mood for some sci-fi these days. Only thing is, there's good sci-fi, and there's seriously awful sci-fi. So to compile this list, we picked the science fiction flicks every guy should see that scored at least an 85% on Rotten Tomatoes. So ... continue reading
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LOGIFACES Is A Concrete Puzzle Game

You remember the puzzles you had to do in Math class growing up that forced you to turn a bunch of different shapes into a square, number or image (it was always a bunny rabbit or a swan)? Those tangram puzzles were either the best part of the entire class, or completely infuriating, depending on how your brain happened ... continue reading
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DIY: Leather Camera Mini-Strap

Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web. There are a lot of times you want everyone to know ... continue reading
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Elixir Mini Bar Fits Anywhere

Most of us don't just openly display all our liquor on shelves within arm's reach because sometimes it isn't classy, we're not in college and it gives us all a reason to buy a liquor cabinet. But if you want access to the good stuff without actually getting off the couch, you're going to want to check out the Elixir ... continue reading
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Next Level Key Carrying

There's absolutely nothing wrong with the tried and true keys on a ring setup for opening your house, apartment, office and/or car because keyrings are functional, readily available and simple. But there are a lot of alternatives out there that eliminate jingling and pocket bulk while simultaneously streamlining ... continue reading
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These Brass Ballpoint Pens Are Ideal for Travel SHOP

A good travel pen is both compact and durable. You need to be able to easily slip it in your pocket, but know it’s strong enough to handle being tossed around on a daily basis. If you’re in the market for one, this Brass Travel Pen is exactly what you’re looking for. The untreated brass ballpoint pen measures under 4” in length so you can easily drop it in your pocket without it jabbing your thigh. And because it’s made of solid brass, you can be sure it will stand the test of time. ... check it out
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“Chappie” Trailer

If you had told us there was a serious movie coming out in 2015 that featured Hugh Jackman, Sigourney Weaver, Dev Patel and both halves of Die Antwoord, we never would have believed you. Neil Blomkamp (of District 9 fame) teamed up with all of them and Sharlto Copley (the star from his other films) to create an epic ... continue reading