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Not sure how many other members will consider this 'cool shit'.  But I bought it for under $150 as an early Christmas present to myself.   Me and the missus went to this shrine in Nikko before covid,

If I am not flying I use a small knife with a money clip. These are really cool. Stainless box cutter money clip. Go ahead… hack up the blade. It is a utility knife and you can buy  pack of 100 f

On 12/1/2021 at 3:17 PM, Nevrknow said:

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Foursquare anything. I have looked in the last 4 states I have been in and no damn luck. 🤷

Below is a link to my local liquor store in Orange County, CA. Local ma & pop run shop with an excellent and fairly priced selection. They deliver to states where laws permit and have a handful of foursquare in stock. 
 

https://cypresscraft.com

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not under $150....but I like it :ok:

 

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Having a warm cup of coffee or tea sitting on your nightstand the moment your eyes open sounds more like a dream than a wake-up call. This machine lures you into consciousness with the aroma of a fresh brew and the sound of bubbling water. Using induction heating and stainless steel ball bearings, water boils and is siphoned over grounds or leaves to drip into the included cup while you sleep. The wood and steel base also houses a cooler for cream or milk that's activated by an infrared sensor so as to not waste power if there's nothing inside. The brewer components are crafted from stainless steel and laboratory-grade borosilicate glass, a material befitting its chemistry kit aesthetic.

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On 12/1/2021 at 4:41 PM, El Presidente said:

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My new Pixel 6 phone does this built in! I'm excited to put it through the paces. I've used Google's conversation translate a number of times before.

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18 minutes ago, El Presidente said:

Marshmallow Crossbow:  $99

 

 

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wow ok there's a specialist market for everything i guess!

I would love to hear from someone how well the translator thing works in real life. C3PO minus the whining.

I have nothing to contribute to this thread which is exactly why i'm here ... clueless bloke ... alcohol my go-to gift for everyone...  keep'em coming.

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who would have thought.............:thinking:

 

 

 

ZIPPO HAND WARMER  /  $23

Warming your hands by an open fire is a timeless tradition — but you don't want to hold a fire in your hands. Zippo's Hand Warmer splits the difference. Ideal for any outdoor activity, it runs for up to 12 hours per fill, keeping your hands and fingers toasty no matter how cold it might be outside. Built from durable metal, it's a far cry from those plastic sack warmers you'd find at the gas station, and it ships with a warming bag and filling cup, and runs best on Zippo Lighter Fuel.

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1 hour ago, El Presidente said:

who would have thought.............:thinking:

 

 

 

ZIPPO HAND WARMER  /  $23

Warming your hands by an open fire is a timeless tradition — but you don't want to hold a fire in your hands. Zippo's Hand Warmer splits the difference. Ideal for any outdoor activity, it runs for up to 12 hours per fill, keeping your hands and fingers toasty no matter how cold it might be outside. Built from durable metal, it's a far cry from those plastic sack warmers you'd find at the gas station, and it ships with a warming bag and filling cup, and runs best on Zippo Lighter Fuel.

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Been around for ages. Actually bought this for a friend when she went to Lapland to see the Aurora Borealis and Santa. Kept her hands... and other bits (her words not mine), nice and warm.

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Got this for my nephew who's just getting into fishing.  Looks pretty cool if it actually works.

Deeper Smart Sonar PRO for Advanced and Recreational Fishing

Deeper Smart Sonar PRO for Advanced and Recreational Fishing

 

Troll, map, scan and catch with the Deeper Smart Sonar PRO, then use it as an ice flasher in winter. This versatile, powerful fish finder scans down to 260 ft / 80 m, using its rock solid Wi-Fi connection to send detailed sonar data direct to your smartphone or tablet. Mark fish, locate structure and features, map out any water from your kayak or boat, and start fishing smarter with the Deeper PRO.

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21 hours ago, El Presidente said:

who would have thought.............:thinking:

 

 

 

ZIPPO HAND WARMER  /  $23

Warming your hands by an open fire is a timeless tradition — but you don't want to hold a fire in your hands. Zippo's Hand Warmer splits the difference. Ideal for any outdoor activity, it runs for up to 12 hours per fill, keeping your hands and fingers toasty no matter how cold it might be outside. Built from durable metal, it's a far cry from those plastic sack warmers you'd find at the gas station, and it ships with a warming bag and filling cup, and runs best on Zippo Lighter Fuel.

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I use one for our annual January trout fishing trip.  They work great, much better than the soft packs.  Keep one in a chest pocket, helps to keep the core warm.

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