This knife in my opinion is the knife to beat all knives. The ergonomics on the handle are great, ambidextrious thumb studs, solid lock up. pretty decent steel. Sharp right out of the box. The liner lock is extremely strong. For under $30 you can pick up a useful folder that will perform like a $150 Benchmade.
Anyone who has a power chewer knows that some dogs will chew with the front teeth to find a spot to tear open. This nylabone has held up to both my dogs’ chewing for three months now. So far, they haven’t chewed either end down, though it can get rough on the edges. No toy is permanent, but if you are looking for a toy that will last, this is one.
Koss KPH30i -$30
Outsanding value for the price. Very strong mids and highs, and the bass is way better than it should be — not emphasized, but when a song has bass, these Koss headphones deliver. There’s a very satisfying mix of detail and soundstage in such a small headphone.
Ridge Wallet – Minimalist wallet that is tough-as-nails and carries exactly what you need. Has the capacity to carry from one to twelve cards between two plates held together with an extra durable (and replaceable) elastic band.
Buck Knives – Buck has been proudly making knives in the United States since 1945. Hoyt Buck was a blacksmith from Kansas who started the company with his son Al, and together they created a knife that changed pocket blades forever.
This is the gold standard for non-stick fry pans, lifetime warranty, worth every penny
These Wiss Scissors are my favorite! Heavy duty construction, titanium coated, never gets dull and cuts through things like a hot knife through butter
A dashcam is one of the best investment you can make. Should there be an accident, you’re instantly more credible than the other person.
Got into an accident with a crazy woman who lied and said I ran a stop sign and that it was my fault. Showed her my dashcam footage, she shut right up and paid me appropriately