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Quaestum, it's non branded.

Cheap Chinese money clip. Just type 'money clip card holder' in ebay search, and Bob's your uncle.
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Just bought a Klean Kanteen Wide 40 oz. water Bottle
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Surplus Romanian AK 47 Bayonet $13 shipped. Just by way of comparison a US Marine KA-Bar fighting knife will set you back $70 + shipping. Although the KA-Bar is admittedly much nicer. The bayonet is a surplus item so it will probably come banged up and caked in cosmoline. Get all of the cosmoline off with a boiling hot water bath and then solvent. Use a file to rework any nicks out of the blade and start to put an edge on it. Then use a knife sharpener to make the edge razor sharp. You now have a multi purpose survival knife to keep in your car. It can be exceptionally useful if you go in the backwoods often. It's also good to know that I have a way to cut my seat belt and break out a window if I get in a wreck, and end up in a lake or the ocean.

If I ever take a trip out of state I have a decent fighting knife handy. Of course a firearm is always much better in case you have to use lethal force. But sometimes my travels take me across multiple states, and I don't have the time to research all of the legalities. Or I don't want to take the chance that I'll screw up the research. Having a fighting knife in a shady area is much better then having nothing at all.

Also if you don't already have an AK-47 now you have an excuse to buy one. ;-)

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Freeze +P Pepper spray. In the same vein as the above post. Very rare situations can arise were some idiot will get road rage and act like a jackass. This almost always happens when I have my son, because they know I can't get out of the car and do anything. Every time it's been someone who I could easily wreck (old man, skinny looking manlet, etc). Before I'd just have to put up with it. I couldn't get out and put them in their place because I had my son.

That's why I bought freeze +P. If I'm ever in a situation like that again I'll just grab my can of idiot repellent in the door, spray them, and drive away. I'd only use it after they physically or verbally threaten me. So I'm pretty sure I'd be in the right legally. But even if I'm not... good luck getting my license plate. I'll be casually driving away while he's unable to open his eyes; because he's too busy getting skull fucked by Satan! I chose Freeze +P because they put the maximum amount of CS allowed by law; then since they couldn't put in any more CS they put in OC as well to make the spray even stronger. The CS is more effective at burning the eyes and preventing them from opening; the OC is more effective at making it uncomfortable to breathe, so having both ingredients makes for a good combination.

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CENTECH OBDII Scanner - Harbor Freight - $69.99

If you own a car '96MY or newer, your systems run off OBDII. This (or something comparable) is an invaluable tool to self-diagnosing many small problems when your check engine light comes on. Pulling a trouble code and researching online through car forums can save you big money and you be surprised how many $500-1000 repairs can be accomplished with minimal tools, minimal skills, a few minutes to an hour, and for your time and the price of the part itself.
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Donegan OptiVisor, a "precision binocular headband magnifier". You will find many uses for it.

Darn Tough wool socks. Cost around $20 to $25, made in USA, warranted for life. Many Appalachian Trail thru hikers use these.
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(04-18-2017 02:05 PM)Ski pro Wrote:  Kindle

A5 week to view leather diary.

Opinel pocket knife. All the mountain men carry them and I'm no exception. Extremely useful.

I second the leather diary. Instead of A5 week view, I use Leuchtturm A5 bullet journal. Can customize your way of taking notes and the Contents section is a big plus.
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Mini LED flashlight (single AAA) to EDC next to Leatherman in same sheath. Like this one:
https://www.amazon.ca/Perman-Lumens-Flas...hlight+aaa

Rugged toolbag to hold (lots) of small hand tools, measuring tape, multimeter, etc. together. Makes doing repair and maintenance work on the car, house, girls' apartments and the like much easier than carrying around a bunch of little toolbags/individual things and running back and forth when you realize you need something else.
https://www.amazon.ca/STANLEY-FATMAX-518...y+tool+bag
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(05-03-2017 03:22 PM)C-Note Wrote:  Key wallet. Keeps your keys from scratching your clothes and other things they scrape against, helps prevent losing them, and makes you look much more put together:

Which one do you recommend? The ones on amazon seem too bulky.
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(05-03-2017 09:45 AM)Nowak Wrote:  8 ibuprofen for hangovers ect ect

Try this:

On a night you've been drinking and feel like you'll have an imminent hangover, put a pack of alka seltzer and a glass of water on your bedside table. Set an alarm for 5am.

Wake up, take the alka seltzer, go back to sleep.

Good chance you'll have zero hangover, or at least a very reduced one. Generally speaking I find alka seltzer to be the best cure-all for headaches, stomach issues, and hangovers.

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-electric toothbrush

-slip on shoes

-bidet

-pull up bar

-neti pot

-nalgene water bottles

for the >$100 splurge I'd say RO water filter.

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(07-15-2017 11:32 AM)Veloce Wrote:  
(05-03-2017 09:45 AM)Nowak Wrote:  8 ibuprofen for hangovers ect ect

Try this:

On a night you've been drinking and feel like you'll have an imminent hangover, put a pack of alka seltzer and a glass of water on your bedside table. Set an alarm for 5am.

Wake up, take the alka seltzer, go back to sleep.

Good chance you'll have zero hangover, or at least a very reduced one. Generally speaking I find alka seltzer to be the best cure-all for headaches, stomach issues, and hangovers.

Get a bottle of activated charcoal pills. As soon as you get home and at the first sign that it might be a night of praying to the porcelain god, pop a handful (a dozen or so) with a bunch of water. If you puke, repeat.

Have some Alka seltzer once you're confident you'll hold it down.

It's a good play whenever you think you had a bit too much to drink.

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Clarisonic Mia. I use it twice a week on my face. I've had two women in the past 48 hours tell me I have amazing skin. That's the reason why.
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Gillette fusion 5 razor: nothing like a good shave, I personally think it is superior to any brand out there, the only thing that could crussh it is a straight razor, thus I don't have the legit skill to perform that "Close Comfortable Shave"

Amazon Prime membership for 1 year: Totally worth it, includes free shipping/return and free Amazon Prime channels that include, the opportunity to watch some classic movies and books, better than Netflix.

Coconut oil for hair and skin: You can use it like a gel for styling your hair and it's totally has a natural feel. I would not it use for shaving though. Additionally you can use it after a shower or to deal with dry skin, due to going to the pool/beach party too much.

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Safety razor https://www.amazon.com/Oak-Leaf-Butterfl...fety+razor great for precision shave around the edge of my beard. I use it to define a clear edge to my beard by shaving my cheeks and neck.
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Dhoop Stick Incense have become a must for me. I burn them everytime I clean my home and about 15 minutes before I'm expecting a chick over. There hasnt been one time while using Dhoop Sticks, a chick has come over and not complimented how my place smells.

You can get them anywhere you buy normal incense for no more than $3-4 for a pack of 12. They burn for about an hour and the smell has lasted up to 5hrs in my place, but its small.
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(08-18-2017 01:17 AM)xiagox Wrote:  Double Edge Razor's are great for precision shave around the edge of my beard. I use it to define a clear edge to my beard by shaving my cheeks and neck.

Changed your post a little just to consolidate the amazon link.

+1 Double edge razor. They give me a better shave than any other razors out there. I have an Edwin Jagger DB89. Be warned though, it takes time to find which blades are best for you. I prefer Gillette blades. Though some like Wilkinson Sword, Derby, etc. It all comes down to skin type.

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Pocket Squares

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I know this probably doesn't belong in this thread but may I sugest NOT linking to amazon. Starve the beast, vote with your dollars.
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(08-19-2017 04:42 PM)Factory Air Wrote:  I know this probably doesn't belong in this thread but may I sugest NOT linking to amazon. Starve the beast, vote with your dollars.

Being that I wouldn't know who or what the fuck a Roosh was without Amazon I beg to differ. Amazon has been the best resource for red pill books.


Could you imagine buying Bang in public?

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(08-19-2017 04:42 PM)Factory Air Wrote:  I know this probably doesn't belong in this thread but may I sugest NOT linking to amazon. Starve the beast, vote with your dollars.

Many such cases!

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Get a tiny USB drive and keep on your key chain. Code it so only you can see what is in it.

https://www.everythingusb.com/mini-drives.html

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RE: Must Buy items (under $100)
Already been mentioned: Leatherman, juicer (Ninja Bullet), Kindle

- Exofficio underwear (you can wash them in the sink, and wear them for days at a time. Great for traveling)
- Everyday Shorts by Myles (you can wear them hiking, in the gym, swimming, or to dinner with the right shoe)
- Casio G-Shock watch. You can't kill these things.
- Different backpacks for different activities. I have separate ones for travel (clothes), jiu jitsu, camping, the gym, biking, shooting, and hiking. Nothing like being able to run into my house, grab a bag, and go where I need to go. (Lesson: do not ever lend these out, as they'll always get it returned with half your shit missing)
- Fire pit. Make camp fires in your back yard and cook meat over wood.
- Merrell Moab hiking sandals. You can take the backs off and use them casually, or put the backs on and they make good hiking sandals.
- Bose Bluetooth Soundsport headphones. Yeah yeah, they're $150, but it makes biking and working out much easier without getting your headphones caught on everything.
- Buff bandana. Great for hiking or in the gym to keep sweat off your face.
- Milwaukee construction speaker. It's big, it's loud, and it's great for outdoors. Charges all your devices, and it's got a regular radio, when you don't have access to data (or don't want to waste it all).
- Tim Ferriss's 4 Hour Chef. Game changer.
- Gransfors Bruks hand hatchet. Cut wood like a BOSS. Depending on where you live, they make these axes in all sizes.
- Cast iron cookware. At this point, all I cook with is a skillet and a deep skillet.

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My truck. I don't regret getting rid of the BMW for even a second. It's beat up, has mud all over it, and runs great. It stores and transports all my gear, and if it gets another ding in it, so what?

Sonos speakers. My entire house sounds like Club Hank. It cost about $3500 for the entire set, but even one or two Play 1s and you're in the game. They're like $200.
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1. Sleeping mask .
2. Leatherman 300 Super Tool.(My travel tool kit)
3. Water filled punching bag ($99 Amazon) .

These were Just some recent acquisitions I enjoy and feel compelled to share .
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(08-22-2017 04:31 PM)JohnGalt007 Wrote:  1. Sleeping mask .
2. Leatherman 300 Super Tool.(My travel tool kit)
3. Water filled punching bag ($99 Amazon) .

These were Just some recent acquisitions I enjoy and feel compelled to share .

Are those water filled punching bags quieter than a regular punching bag? Something you can use in a Apartment?

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