Never mind, we already did. Nice little tubby glass jars measure 2-1/8” tall x 3” dia with 1-1/8” ID mouths with a natural cork stuck in them. They hold 3-1/2 oz, and you get to pick the translucent orange ones or the fuchsia (the hardest of all colors to spell, by the way) ones.
Can you plug in a banana? You can when you have a pair of 34” black and red leads with banana clips on one end. And these have alligator clips on the other end, so you can also plug in your reptiles, too.
Drop stuff in the dark much? Under other stuff? Behind even other stuff? Your prayers are answered with this set of (2) extra long pick-up tools. Both 24” long on flexible shafts with plunger-driven metal claws and bright white LEDs so you can see what you’re picking up. One also has a 3-lb pull magnet, for added picker-up-ability. Powered by (3) button-cell batteries, included. In anodized aluminum, one red and one blue so they’ll match your outfits.
You can’t be beautiful without the tools. We’ll send you a little kit in a zip-up, 5-1/2” x 4” vinyl case. You’ll get a small tweezers, emery board, nail clippers, 1-3/4” plastic mirror, lip gloss, lip balm and (5) scrunchies. We’ll pick a set in a pink, blue or fuchsia patterned case with matching tools inside. (Mom alert: these are the perfect goody bag items for tween and princess parties.)
It will be if you buy this bright-as-a-Phi-Beta-Kappa COB LED 3W flashlight, with a bonus red laser. Measures a mere 4-3/4" x 1-1/8" dia and comes with (3) “AAA” batteries inside, where they belong. In a knurled aluminum body of a color that we’ll pick for you (gray, black, red or blue) because who cares what color a flashlight is. (Note: flashlight and pointer can't be on at the same time.)
Inside a two-tone folding pouch is a small, 28-page lined notebook and an 8-digit calculator with percent and square-root functions. Perfect for the traveling investigative auditor. Calculator is powered by a small solar cell. The whole shebang measures 5-1/4” x 3-1/4” x 1/2” thick with a little tab to hold a pencil that isn’t there. Made in Germany, where they keep track of everything, and yes, the calculator slides right out.
This carved and painted trio of wooden ducks came in from Indonesia (and boy, are their arms tired). Measure 9”, 7” and 5-3/4” long, respectively, and they’re made to sit on a mantel or shelf with their necks extended out and down, overhanging the edge, so they stare at you, as ducks will. You can even put them in a row if you want.
What’s the difference between a duck? One of its legs are both the same. That’s our favorite old joke here at the home office, and now you can prove it by having your very own super-authentic rubber duck feet to compare. In very duckish orange, they’re approx 3” across x 2” tall. You’ll get (4) and all you add is a couple of mallards.
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