Father’s Day

Earlier in the year, I told you about Mancrates.  These are gifts for the cigar smoker, gamer, poker player, wet shaver, and other types of men (and women) that come packed in wooden crates.  Part of the fun of the Mancrates gifts was getting to pry open the wooden crates.  There’s another company, Mantry, that… Read More

If you have trouble coming up with the perfect gift for the men in your life, head on over to Mancrates for some great, fun ideas.  Many of these gifts are packed in actual wooden crates that require a crowbar to open.  (Don’t worry if you don’t have a crowbar laying around; one is provided… Read More

Does your Dad (or your hubby) fancy himself the lord of the BBQ?  Father’s Day is coming soon, and here’s a gift that could make him the true king of the grill.  This Five Cooking Method Grill from Hammacher Schlemmer puts five cooking methods at his fingertips.  (Click the photo for a larger image.)  This… Read More

These USB flash drives from Photojojo are made from upcycled 35mm film rolls.  Because they were reclaimed from film developing labs, you won’t know what brand of film you’ll receive.  Each 4GB drive holds – not 36 pictures – but hundreds.  Each USB Film Roll costs $20, and they’d make a great gift for photographers… Read More

I know most multi-tools have more than four functions, but none I’ve seen are as small and unusual as these Titan Multi Tool Collar Stays from Yanko Design.  The stays are made of 100% titanium, and they are 2.5″ long, 5/16″ wide, and less than 1/8″ thick.  Each stay also functions as a half-phillips and… Read More

If you like to camp without roughing it too much, you might like to add a ceiling fan with light to your tent.  The Camping Tent LED Ceiling Fan Light from Gadgets and Gear has 18 super-bright LEDs and a fan.  With 2 D-cell batteries (not included), you can expect up to 37 hours of… Read More

The Laser Parking System from AutoSport can reduce damage to your car (or your garage) by letting you know when you’re in the “parking sweet spot.”  The system plugs into a power outlet or uses batteries.  Installation is easy with the included hardware.  Set it up by parking the car where you want it, then… Read More