Its beauty is in its simplicity. This stainless steel Two Piece British Army Folding Pocket Knife carries only the essentials; a heavy-duty sheepsfoot blade, a tin-opener, and an integrated screwdriver.
The Two Piece British Army Knife is made in Sheffield using traditional materials and techniques. Sheffield has been a world centre for fine-knife making since the 14th century giving this pocket knife not only everyday utility but also a strong British heritage.
Combining style, minimalism, and function, Farah’s Millen Roll-top Backpack isn’t just a fashionable companion for adventuring through the city, as hidden inside is a laptop sleeve which makes this backpack great for the everyday commute. The Farah Millen Roll-top stays secure with buckle fastening keeping your belongings safe and dry. There’s also a front zip pocket for quick-access to the bits you’ll need throughout the day. Coming in black with Farah’s signature ‘F’ embroidered on the front, it has adjustable padded shoulder straps and a carry handle on the top.
Following on from their first successful Kickstarter campaign to launch the Jet Pack, Tessel have taken something good and made it even better with the revamped Jet Pack 2.0. It’s stylish, it’s tactile, it’s begging for compliments… and it’s a fully-fledged laptop bag taking up to 15″. In addition to the already existing I-can’t-help-but-stroke-my-bag faux fur lined laptop and tablet sleeves, keeping your laptop and gizmos cozy and safe, the Tessel Jet Pack 2.0 features extra waterproofing with a storm flap zippered front pocket and YKK AquaGuard coated zippers. The bottom of the bag and front pocket is made from durable 210D PU coated ripstop nylon, and because it’s a backpack, everything needs to feel nice while you’re walking around wearing it so the Jet Pack 2.0 utilises an AirMesh ventilated shoulder harness and back panel. It looks great, feels great, and keeps your stuff safe. It also pairs well with the medium-sized Cocoon GRID-IT Organiser, fitting snug in the tablet sleeve.
Nowadays you can power and recharge most things with a simple USB connection, and lighters are no exception. Welcome to the world of Electric Arc Lighters. Also known as Plasma lighters, these flameless ignition boxes work by surging electricity between two conducting electrodes. The air between the two electrodes becomes ionised creating a visually mesmerising, but also very hot, blue arc. The most practical benefit of using a flameless Arc Lighter over traditional gas lighters lies in it’s wind-resistance. Try blowing out an electric current. Environmentally friendly, consistently ignites, and on a full charge (which takes about 2 hours) can last for about a week, or 200 uses. Although our favourite is the Gold Bullion Arc Lighter, it comes in a vast array of shapes, colours, and sizes to suit your style.
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