I've had one of these Stanley thermoses for at least 10 years. I've used it a lot and it still looks new, thanks to its durable finish. It's heavy, but that's the price to pay for keeping liquids hot or cool. Its wide mouth makes it easy to get ice cubes into the thermos. It's one of the best thermoses I've ever used, and I've used a lot over the years. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a thermos that will last a long time.
You won't need starter fluid with a charcoal chimney starter because it ignites your charcoal quickly. Fill the cylinder with briquettes, put a crumpled sheet of newspaper at the bottom, and light it. The briquettes will be red hot and ready in no time. This Kingsford Heavy Duty Deluxe Charcoal Chimney Starter is the one… READ THE REST
This set of 6 nesting stainless steel bowls is good for bringing food to a backyard barbecue. The largest one is 7 quarts — capacious enough for a large salad. The lids form a tight seal, too, which means they won't fall off in the car ride over. READ THE REST
This 2.5x LED magnifier can be used as a handheld tool or on the desktop. It also has smaller, more powerful magnifying glass built-in. Perfect for peering at electronic components. I use it to inspect the spoons I whittle. READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Has learning how to play the guitar been on your bucket list? Learning how to play guitar should be simple, fun, and accessible, but with the average guitar costing $600 — lessons not included, you might… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. With most of our daily activities happening online, no one will ever complain about having too much storage space. On the contrary, it's frustrating when you run out of storage or have… READ THE REST
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