Which means it’s heated to make it harder and more malleable, which makes it craft wire among other things. TMI? OK, we’ll stop. You’ll get (2) spools of (100) feet each in 28 gauge (really thin) black wire. Packages have a built-in cutter.
Might be the brightest night light in sight. From iZOOM, it’s a faux light switch, 4” x 3” x 3/4” thick, with two blindingly bright COB LED strips flanking a toggle switch. Comes with (4) “AAA”s, and mounts with included self-adhesive hook and loop fasteners, a pair of embedded disc magnets or the (2) keyed mounting slots.
And you need to know how to stay alive on them. We recommend that you choose one of these books to help with that: the U.S. Army 1976 training circular Military Mountaineering, a 139-page paperback guide to survival and combat on glaciers, mountains and alpine paths; or the Department of the Army Map Reading and Land Navigation, a 113-page field manual originally published in 1993.
Wallace’s pooches before Gromit came along? Nope, just a handy 2-3/8" long x 3/8” ID steel snap hook attached to a 13/16” ID ring that swivels 360 degrees. In some fashion circles, hanging your keys from a belt loop of your jeans with one of these is considered mandatory.
Then, by golly, you need to write them down. We recommend this trio of 48-page unicorn notebooks. Measure 5-1/2" x 3-3/8" with ruled pages and a different unicorn on each cover, plus a keeper inside the back cover that lists pretty things and unicorn lore. Take notes with these at the staff meeting and you’ll likely avoid some ugly assignments.
You’re bound to be able to read through one of the lenses on this triple-lens hand-held magnifier. You pick. There’s a large, 5-1/4” acrylic lens at 1.5X with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 2X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. (Ignore the surplus-inducing mis-marked lens powers; we tested ’em and the powers listed here are accurate.) Has (3) white LEDs under the main lens for your viewing pleasure and measures 10-3/4” long . The other is the same thing in a slightly smaller size, 8-3/4” long overall with a 3-3/8” x 1.5X main lens with a 1” dia bifocal on the left at approx 3X and a doublet in the handle at approx 7X. You add (3) “AAA” batteries for the LEDs.
Known as the Beaver Blaster, this is our first-ever pistol-grip tail-triggered rodent. Stick one of the foam balls in his mouth, pull back the tail to cock it, then smack the tail to fire. Not unlike our cow and unicorn poppers, but a major step up in ridiculosity. The spring-loaded orange beaver is 8” long and comes with (3) 1-1/4” foam balls that store in the pistol grip. Has an effective range of approx (15) feet, and has a cut-out target on the box. Get a pair for office beaver wars.
These nifty little plastic wheels are just over 3” dia x 1” thick with treads like the big tires, (8) gray spokes and a 3/4” dia hub with a 1/4” bore. We didn’t invent them--we just sell ’em cheap. You can roll with that, we’re sure.
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