12 Days of Dig: Day 4
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Dec 16, 2016 – It’s day four of the 12 Days of Dig, and here are some designs we totally dig.
SLATE 2.0 LAP DESK. The desk duel begins with the Slate 2.0 Lap Desk. This “sit-down” desk is made from bamboo, features a mouse pad and device-docking station, and it keeps your legs and lap away from laptop heat. If you work at home on your bed or couch, this Slate could be your savior. $79; iskelter.com
FUJI INSTAX MINI 90. If you are looking for an instant camera to add to your arsenal, this is a good choice. Called a Neo Classic, the Instax Mini 90 offers some cool features for budding photographers: bulb and double exposures, macro mode and high-performance flash. $130 (20-print twin film packs run $12); Fujifilm.com
SENSU SOLO STYLUS. If you want to start painting but don’t know where to begin, Sensu brushes are designed to give you an authentic painting experience on your iPad or Smartphone. The Solo is available in five colors and works with ArtRage, Sketch Book Pro, Paper by Studio 53 and many more apps. Get after it. $25; sensubrush.com
TREAD LEATHERMAN 220. We’ve gotten away from carrying tools in some sort of belt case, but the need for tools has not gone away. Leatherman now has a solution and it’s wearable. You just need to roll up your sleeves and put it on. Featuring 10 links and 29 tools, the Tread is fully customizable and available in stainless steel and black. $165–$220; leatherman.com
REFOLD DESK. If you are a meandering member of the stand- up desk tribe, we found you the perfect solution. The Refold is a flexible, portable, recyclable and affordable stand-up desk. It assembles in a few minutes from four main parts—it helps if you grew up playing Tetris. There are a variety of designs and even a seamless way to transition from sitting to standing. $250; refold.co