You say you got fired for drinking coffee before break time? Won’t happen again with these super-snazzy stainless steel 16-oz mugs with a watch embedded on the outside. You pick deep blue or serious orange. Double-walled, with a non-slip rubber base, gasketed and close-able sippy cap, with a 1-1/8”dia quartz watch face above the cup-holder line. You add an AG-4 battery to the watch from our inexpensive pack of assorted button cells (and then add coffee to the mug). The manufacturer says it’s top-rack dishwasher safe, including the watch, as long as you keep the watch cover screwed on. Assorted Button Cell Batteries. Click Here!
Astronautical kids will love this pack of (12) little space-suited astronaut figures, a couple of them holding flags, and all at 2-5/8” tall. Yes, that would be the total number of ’nauts who walked on the moon, although (4) of these figures have removed their helmets, which would have been a big mistake in a real-life moon visit.
Yes, now you can truthfully tell people this. Just get this combo 10" long 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom slash AM radio and you’re in business. The power knob/volume control in the right-side spare tire is frozen, but if you’re handy you can fix it and then truthfully say “I just fixed the radio in my ’31 Rolls Phantom.” These radio-models are from the mid ’70s, and in their original boxes so they might be a tad tarnished, bumperwise, but they’re still your chance to work on, and own, a Rolls.
Our handy folding tool is a mere 2” long but has 1/8" and 5/32” Allen wrenches, along with (2) Phillips and (2) flat-head drivers. Comes with a 1-3/4” carabiner, attached via a slip ring, and has a “Vermont American” logo on the sides, which makes it pretty much mandatory if you happen to be a Vermont American.
It’s a cornucopia of stencils. All shapes, no alphabets. You’ll get a profusion of (8) clear acrylic stencil sheets, including: a raft of ovals; a preponderance of squares; a farrago of circles, hexagons, pentagons and triangles; a collection of a bunch of shapes, including trapezoids; a roomful of interior design shapes; a melange of electronic symbols; and an assortment we can’t altogether identify, but might be for printed circuit design. All have mm rules along at least one edge.
Do these pants make your apple look fat? Plop your fruits, veggies, meats, pastas, candies, crackers, eggs, salad dressings, wine, beer and whatever else on the Nutra Track™ Mini Nutrition Digital Scale. It’ll tell you how many calories (also: salt, protein, fat, carbs, cholesterol and fiber) you’re about to injest--or it’ll just weigh the stuff, which doesn’t have to be food. Has (160) common food codes printed under its tempered glass top, and you can program more, for a total of (999). But it’s also just a great digital scale that weighs anything up to 5kg/11lbs in 1g/.1-oz increments. Compact, at 10” x 6” with a 4-3/8” LCD, and comes with a 24-page booklet plus (3) AAA batteries. From Mackie Scientific.
Just like the pizza farmers in Calabria! Except you don’t have to grow your own wheat. Our each is a 10-1/4” dia terra-cotta-toned plastic tray with removable compartments in which you can start sweet pepper, basil, oregano and tomato seeds (all included) in potting soil (also included) before planting them outdoors and waiting until they’re a pizza. Includes a little mister, a scoop, a bunch of cute stickers and instructions. For ages 6+.
When the world has pretty much moved beyond the rotary card file, the smart money goes into wallets. You pick the Rolodex™ card-size 2-fold brown vinyl wallet with a snap closure and 3” x 1-1/2” window plus a 1/2” deep pocket to hold a bevy (a bevy is 36 in this case) of business, credit or ID cards; or the black vinyl and canvas three-fold wallet measuring 4-1/4" x 3-1/4" x 3/4" thick when folded, with a pocket with a 3-3/8" x approx 1-3/4" clear window, a dozen 4" x 2-3/8" card sleeves, and a 2” deep pocket on the opposite side.
Our Associate VP for Clever Toys called this optical toy (the eyeMo™) “a cross between a linear zoetrope and a harmonica.” You put one of the (18) paper film strips in, slide the device past one eye and watch the movie action. The best part is that kids can make their own stop-action strips from their drawings.
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