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RE: Must Buy items (under $100)
Razer Ferox speakers for laptop or phone. I have these, and they are crazy good! They have their own battery, so they won't drain your phone battery like Bluetooth speakers would.

The design is cool.

I paid 60€, 7 years ago. Still going strong.

Fast forward to 4 minutes.

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Wireless bluetooth headphones
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Surprised no one mentioned a nice classy drinking flask. Something with a leather wrap makes it much classier.

https://www.amazon.fr/Flasque-Gennissy-i...ords=flask

Great for small picnic/barbecue with good old red pill friends or even summer day at the office, or a walk around the Seine river with your date (over here light public drinking is allowed, intoxication is not). I sometimes take this into clubs because paying for club alcohol is about the stupidest way to waste $.

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A couple of mosquito nets I can lay on the window and remove it when I please. It doesn't allow any bug inclundind those stupid mosquitos that exist mostly in the summer. Where I live it's a sure thing that if I open the window at night something will come in and I fucking despise mosquitos, can't sleep when around those and it make me itchy af. The cost was around 4 euros ordering online.
10.000 Mha xiaomi powerbank. Charges everything and fast and more than enough for a full charge on the iphone. Cost was 17 euros ordering online.
These 2 things are the ones I can remember now
BTW guys, this website called gearbest is awesome, has so many gadgets and other stuff you never existed or even consider buying, many of them cheaper than you can get at the local store. I'm sure you can find whatever you like under 100 buck that can upgrade your life.
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A full charge? It should charge it multiple times over

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(07-26-2018 07:35 AM)Beirut Wrote:  A full charge? It should charge it multiple times over

Yes, reformulating the sentence. Enough to charge an iphone, an Ipad and probably again the iphone
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Get an Anker charger, best in class and a 20K will charge your iphone for up to 7.5 charges. Great customer service, quality, and products.

OPTP Foam Roller, the best shit you can find. Get the black one, it's the most dense. They'll never go to shit.

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^I got the Anker charger also and can say I use it a lot. Make sure to buy the one with speed charging
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(07-25-2018 03:30 AM)Dalaran1991 Wrote:  Surprised no one mentioned a nice classy drinking flask. Something with a leather wrap makes it much classier.

https://www.amazon.fr/Flasque-Gennissy-i...ords=flask

Great for small picnic/barbecue with good old red pill friends or even summer day at the office, or a walk around the Seine river with your date (over here light public drinking is allowed, intoxication is not). I sometimes take this into clubs because paying for club alcohol is about the stupidest way to waste $.

Good recommendation. When I used to go to clubs I eventually got a flask. I wish I would have sooner. It saved me a ton of money! An 8 oz flask will fit discreetly into your back pocket. I never had mine confiscated. But even if that did happen it wouldn't have mattered; because it paid for its self after just one night of drinking.

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Never really been a fan of flasks because of how hard they are to clean on the inside. I usually pre drink before going out.
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(04-18-2017 04:12 AM)Jameson Ranger Wrote:  A leatherman, gerber or other multitool. Besides being a knife, the other tool bits come in super handy. It also doesn't spook people like carrying a typical pocket knife does.

My pick - https://www.victorinox.com/global/en/Pro...r/p/0.6366

This thing is SUPER TINY. It's as small as my little finger on my little girl hands (and so goes very well on a keyring), and has a torch AND a pen. Blade, screwdriver and scissors are super useful.

Extremely handy - especially when you need to sign a gift card or something.

Just remember to take it off before flights.
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Fleshlight.

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I've been using these plastic flask bags lately instead of a flask. They work great and they pass a metal detector! No more $8-$12+ drinks at concerts. I actually like the 7.5-8oz bags better than the larger 14oz, because they are easier to conceal and sneak in. Fit great inside the quarter/shaft of cowboy boots if you don't fill them all the way up and get the air out. It's nice that they aren't rigid like a metal flask. They have saved me a bunch of money just this summer.
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(07-29-2018 01:38 PM)CaptainChardonnay Wrote:  Never really been a fan of flasks because of how hard they are to clean on the inside. I usually pre drink before going out.

Clean them? Rinse with some soapy water and let air dry. Never smells. You're putting liquor in it, it doesn't really have much to get it "dirty" with anyway.

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Mack's Silicone Earplugs. These are easily the most bang for the buck of any product I've ever purchased. Much quieter and more comfortable than foam earplugs.

A resistance band to do band pull-aparts for posture and shoulder health. The correct size is probably going to be the red or black band.

Reebok and Adidas have lifting shoes that can be found for under $100 if you look around the Internet for sales.
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Lifting straps:

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Power bank:

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Card wallet. Looks nice and $$$ without the flashy P4P vibe. You can even get high end brands like Prada for under 100 just gotta shop around. I got mine for $30 at an outlet store:

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American Express Platinum card. Its not under $100 ($550 a year) but if you travel abroad and especially more than once a year; when you factor in the $200/yr Uber credit + $200/yr Airline credit + TSA PreCheck + Global Entry + top tier travel and car rental insurance + Priority Pass airport lounge access (free food, wifi and sparkling wine on comfy leather chairs, fuck sitting at the starbucks) + Boingo inflight wifi access + Starwood Marriott and Hilton hotels gold status (free breakfast, wifi, late checkout, early checkin and room upgrades) + Elite status on Avis, Hertz and National car rental + 5x points earned on purchases it's definitely worth it. Just the signup bonus flies you to SEA and back for free.

Don't sign up on your own; make sure you get invited by an existing cardholder, that way you both get a bigger signup bonus.

Put it in your designer card holder:

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Kitchen scale. I always wondered why I couldn't bulk up and never realized how shitty my diet was until I started calorie counting:

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Pullup bar. Nice to be able to do some pullups at home when you feel a surge of energy:

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I could also include lifting belt but I feel like it's better to de-load and learn to lift with correct form instead of getting help from the belt. Professional lifters could maybe chime in here.

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(07-24-2018 05:01 PM)Cation Wrote:  Razer Ferox speakers for laptop or phone. I have these, and they are crazy good! They have their own battery, so they won't drain your phone battery like Bluetooth speakers would.

The design is cool.

I paid 60€, 7 years ago. Still going strong.

Fast forward to 4 minutes.


#1 travel item is obviously portable speakers
In both hostels or private apartments, you can use the pre-drink or after-party card to bring back multiple girls

I wouldnt recommend those Razers tho, seems to have 0 bass. The best is still the Bose SoundLink Mini, but the first edition not the second (its a battery voltage thing). Because its a bit expensive and heavy for backpacking, the second choice would be JBL Flip 3 or Flip 4 (I prefer the former, better sounds signature)
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Quality headphones. These can either be over-ear (with passive noise cancelling) and/or earbuds.

Bose SoundLinks are wireless and pricey- but fantastic and comfortable. Extremely lightweight and can be used with an auxiliary cable. I managed to snag a pair at a heavy discount.
They also make great computer speakers (the Companion series) that you can get for 100 or less.

For earbuds, the Klipsch S4s have great bass response but aren't the most durable.

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HD66, I appreciate your input.

It may be true that Ferox are not the best speakers for bass, but they are ok. I've showed them to a lot of people and nobody complained on the sound quality. I also have to point out that the design is top notch, which can not be said for those bulky Bose or JBL speakers.
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One of those 10$ bullet journals, find one that is decorated in an interesting way, but not gay. Very useful for jotting down notes, chores, tasks, and the occasional impression/thought about something worth pondering later.

I like them because they give you a sophisticated gentleman vibe. When you pull them out of your suit or winter coat pocket in a bar, you give off the impression of a mature man with business to conduct. IMO it adds to your mistery, if you're a young man.
Of course, it's not for everybody - it is apt if you're pulling the young businessman look, with dress shirts, elegant coats etc.
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Some great suggestions here.

Mine:
1. Work Hard, Play Hard duffel by Boarding Pass. Can usually get it under $100 with a coupon code. It looks really sharp, great for the gym, camping, travel, etc. I think backpacks in general look very childish whereas duffel bags look cool.
2. Bluetooth Noise Cancelling Headphones - Sony BT950 or 900s will go on sale pretty cheap. They are great for the price.
3. Any Smartscale. Tracking your weight really helps.
4. A double insulated camping style liquid container. These are just plain awesome. So glad I have one.
5. A good chef's knife. Really valuable, makes cooking much more enjoyable.
6. George Foreman Grill. Able to make steaks really easily with minimal hassle. Good for a second date dinner.
7. Brita or other water filter.
8. Google home or Alexa.
9. Car phone mount.
10. Good shoes.
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-MDR-7506-P...188&sr=8-3

Kicking myself I didn't buy these years earlier (all the money I wasted on others too), these were released in 1991 and are still in production for good reason (nearly 7000 5 star reviews) I'm 2 weeks into wearing and they feel almost too good to be true, will change the way you listen to music, neutral sound,beautiful, no extra bass (you will realize it was never necessary), music just as was it recorded and intended, you can pick up everything including pennys being dropped in studios. It's like your in there with the musicians.

So comfortable you will forget they're on your head.

It's like going from horse and cart to the space shuttle. They got it right back in 1991 and have been trying to usurp it since and failing, I think I want to buy another just in case they do in fact leave production for some reason.

I'm gushing. They're a revelation. A engineering miracle.

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Vintage anything.

I got a Canon AL-1 for $20 and a Schwinn Sprint for $50. Absolute steals.

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I have those same headphones Syberpunk and they're fantastic. Most headphones/earbuds color the sound of the music way too much. Those Sonys reproduce the music as it was meant to be heard.
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Can anyone recommend earbuds, rather than headphones that go over your head. I have to buy new earbuds every 6 months or so and time is coming due. I usually just search for "x earbuds under $x that sound amazing" type listicles. I'd like a bluetooth pair for the gym and a wired pair for sedentary activities.
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