The Sennheiser HD280 are worth every penny, had ’em since 2008. Still fantastic headphones
The OXO Vegetable Peeler Is a Legit Style Icon
If you’ve been to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in midtown Manhattan, you’ve probably marveled at its permanent collection, which includes some of the most iconic and immediately recognizable works, ever — there’s the melting clocks of Salvador Dalí’s The Persistence of Memory, the soft-focus pastels of Claude Monet’s massive Water Lilies triptych, and everyone’s go-to poster from their freshman year, Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night.
But if you rummage through the drawers in your kitchen, you’ll probably find something that you have in common with MoMA’s massive collection: a rubber-handled OXO Good Grips vegetable peeler. That chunky rubber handle with its signature “fins” was such an innovative product that it was inducted into MoMA’s own permanent collection in 1994.
Herman Miller Aeron Chair. Seriously, 20yr warranty and a perfect spine, its worth the cost
This shower head basically turned my bathroom into a spa. I installed it myself in about five minutes and ever since, my showers are like mini getaways I get to take every day
Beloved by architects, designers, draftspeople, and myself, the German-engineered Rotring 600 may be the perfect writing instrument
Waterpik water flosser. For the first time in my life I have decent teeth
Bought some fiber gummies. Decreases wiping time TENFOLD
“I bought this vacuum bottle in 1988. I thought it was expensive when I bought it, but it’s been through a war, multiple deployments, fell out of my pack as I jumped out of an airplane, been run over by a HMMWV and survived many camping trips and picnics in the 30 years I’ve had it”
Never wrestle with opening a jar again
World’s first nootropic gum that contains caffeine, L-theanine and vitamins B6 & B12. This mix nstantly increases your focus, energy and reduces stress
For the money, these little shelf speakers ROCK
"We put in Pacific Rim, got to a scene where the robots were fighting the giant monsters, and started working up the volume. I got like 1/2 turn, and the wife gave the hand and arm signal for me to cut the sound, as the pictures were vibrating and she was worrying they would fall off the wall. MUUUuuaaa haa haa haa Holy cow, you get some power from these suckers.
Watching Star Wars, the X-wings sound like they’re coming at you from one side of the room, flying across the room, and going out the other side . . . NICE."