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This uniquely-shaped bell has an interior mechanism made of die-cast zinc, and a non-skid silicone base weighted with steel for stability. Comes in black and white.

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Hand polished to a mirror finish. The paperweight will age with use.

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Extend your desk with a clamp tray. Beautifully made from steel, powder coated in matte, with brass screw detailing beneath.

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The brewer stand set is perfect for those who want to indulge in a deeper, richer coffee time. A dignified look combines wood in deep colored walnut and brass that will age beautifully.

Available in Powder Black and Copper.

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Made in Switzerland. Leather and brass details with enough space that it can fit up to four watches.

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Designed by Osamu Saruyama and crafted by Japanese artisans using traditional techniques and materials. Perfectly balanced in form and weight.

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Lightweight and airline safe Titanium nitride coating for corrosion resistance Perfect size with the basics to carry anywhere Includes: small and medium flat driver; Philips head driver Includes: wire stripper, pry bar, bottle opener, lanyard hole.

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Worth its weight in gold.

Sweet, tangy, and zesty; Camouflage is accompanied by a “hidden heat” that comes through moments after the initial sweetness.

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This book takes you through the history of Dieter Rams’ 30 plus years at Braun. Written by Sophie Lovell and a forward by Apple’s Senior Vice President of Design, Jony Ivy.

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Scandinavian designed ergonomic toothbrushes. Available in quality materials like organic bamboo or matte sugar cane plastic. Buy a single or buy a subscription, your choice.

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Limited Edition of 100. Available in Blue or Mint Green. The 39 Longboard is a collaboration between California based skateboarder Buddy Carr and New York based graphic designer Antonio Carusone.

No Longer Available ($235)


Solid 1 inch brass rings.

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Designed and Manufactured in Los Angeles California.

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Set of four toothbrushes, marked with three months each, made from sustainable bamboo.

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Mink oil from Red Wing Shoes, with silicone and lanolin to clean, soften, condition and waterproof all smooth leathers. Made in the USA.

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All boards are made using natural hardwood, picked for it’s colour and natural grain and finished in Watco Oil providing weather protection and natural grip. Where possible we use recycled woods including oak, maple, elm, and cherry, ensuring that each OKA board is unique.

No Longer Available ($6725)

Dustin Curtis has put up a great post about quality products over on his blog.

“The best” isn’t necessarily a product or thing. It’s the reward for winning the battle fought between patience, obsession, and desire. It takes an unreasonably long amount of time to find the best of something. It requires that you know everything about a product’s market, manufacture, and design, and that you can navigate deceptive pricing and marketing. It requires that you find the best thing for yourself, which means you need to know what actually matters to you.

Reasonable people would probably not spend the time to read a book about the history of flatware, buy twenty sets, and test the feeling of each metal utensil against their teeth. That sounds completely insane. But who cares about reasonable people?

If you’re an unreasonable person, trust me: the time it takes to find the best of something is completely worth it. It’s better to have a few fantastic things designed for you than to have many untrustworthy things poorly designed to please everyone. The result–being able to blindly trust the things you own–is intensely liberating.

The post is worth the quick read if you care about quality. Read the full article here.

Photo by Joshua Woods.

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