This black nylon garment bag is suit-length, 41” long x 24” across with a full vertical zipper. Has sewn-on handles at both ends so you can carry it folded, or just hang it from a coat hanger that you leave sticking out. Folds up extremely small, but still lets you tote your tuxedo on board for those last-minute weekend getaways to Monaco. Also good if you’re with the band.
Time flies when you’re humming along on your bicycle, but with a Bike Clock on your wall time will move just like it’s supposed to--with style. This snazzy timepiece consists of a 27-1/2" X 20" peel-and-stick decal of a bike wheel, black on a white background, plus a black plastic hub with bright yellow hour and minute hands 8” and 11” inches long, respectively. You’ll need (1) “AA” battery to make it go. No numbers--just spokes on the clock face.
The manufacturer calls them pencil boxes, but who carries that many pencils? These are just snazzy 8-3/8” x 5-1/4” x 2-1/2” plastic hard-sided boxes with hinged lids, reinforced metal corners and edges, and keyed clasps (you get two keys). Good for jewelry, diaries and special stuff in general. We’ll pick from assorted types including the pink leopard print, clear, blue swirly, or hipster smoked black. But special requests don’t upset us.
From Broan-NuTone®, these rocker switches are rated for up to 15A per switch, 20A altogether. Fit standard, single-gang electrical boxes and come with switch plates, screws and wiring instructions. You pick dual or triple switches. You’ll need a grounded box. UL.
We like The Usborne Book of Science Activities a whole bunch. It’s volume one of the Helen Edom and Kate Woodward series, a 74-page hardcover that includes experiments with water, magnets, light and mirrors, with plenty of puzzles and projects--profusely illustrated, throughout. Handy for keeping your young one's mind in shape when not in school or as family learning projects.
The book of illusory optics. This anonymous book of visual puzzles and optical illusions has a staggering (350) black and white entries, both ancient and modern. Spiral-bound and equally at home in the physics class and bathroom, which you can’t say about everybody.
Our most minimal, but still really bright gooseneck lamp is a mere 6" long in flexible rubber. Plugs into a USB outlet and has a bright COB LED on the business end. Travel essential. Holds its shape well, which makes it great for laptops. In assorted colors that we’ll pick because it doesn’t matter.
This one will do, particularly if you’re hanging up something substantial, and you need a hook that looks sort of like a question mark. Brass-plated steel, 4-3/4” long with a 1” ID and made from 3/8” stock. The last 2-1/4” have a 3/8-16 thread waiting for a nut you could find in any hardware store.
OK, forget the powder. Just keep your cash, itsy MP3 players, IDs--whatever you can’t go to the beach without--inside this yellow impact- and water-resistant (but not fully submersible) translucent plastic case with a flip-top gasketed lid. And then hang it around your neck. Measures 4-1/4” x 3-1/4” x 3/4” and comes on a 22” cord with a slip-ring and a cute 1-7/8” carabiner.
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