Am I the only person who thinks that physical writing materials are irrelevant in this digital age? If you beg to differ and is a fan of Automobili Lamborghini who uses a notebook, well then, Moleskine and Lamborghini has just the right product for you.
How many times have you found yourself having a ruler and without a writing instrument to draw, or vice versa? Whether not if have this unfortunate experience, it does not matter. What matters is, there is a tool that will not leave you in such predicament.
I know what I am about to say may not be relevant in this digital age, but if, just if you ever found yourself in need for a writing instrument and cannot find a pen or pencil, then perhaps you will want to check out ForeverPen from the World’s Tiniest.
A regular person has a regular ruler. A handy person, on the other hand, will have the MultiRuler Multitool Ruler. MultiRuler is a multi-tool AND a ruler. Obviously, multi-tool with ruler is not new. However, I assure you that you probably won’t think those as “rulers” after you have seen the MultiRule.
Unless you are student, or a person who does technical stuff or draws, you probably hadn’t look at a ruler for the longest time. If you are one of the aforementioned, or someone who just need a cool ruler, then you may want to take a look at 30o Ruler 4.0 by Orangered Life.
Do you find yourself having to stab zombies in the eye with a pen on regular basis? Or perhaps, sometimes dropping your keys in the dark and can’t find it? If so, these products from NITECORE may interest you.
Orbitkey Nest is a right step towards a tidier desk space. However, it alone can do this much. Things like cable(s), loose documents and whatnot are still going places (on the desk). This is where Orbitkey Desk Mat comes in.
I know what you are thinking. Retracting pen is not new, ain’t it. But the thing is, this pen, called Mark Two, by Texas-based Studio Neat is NOT a retractable pen. A clever engineering enables it to stay front pocket-friendly short when not in use and a full length pen when you need to write.
Some of us may recalled getting all ga-ga over the iconic BIC 4-color pen. It was a revolutionary writing instrument to have emerged in the 70s. Now, the good news for the nostalgia. BIC 4-color pen is very much alive.
Here’s a super dope desk tidy to join the Bandai AT-AT Desk Tidy and AT-AT Tape Dispenser for the ultimate Star Wars-theme desk setup. What you see here is the Star Wars Space Slug Desk Organizer from Regal Robot.