Tumi Smart Key Fob- A perfect gift for a person who loses his keys

Tumi Smart Key Fob- A perfect gift for a person who loses his keys

Posted by on Dec 15, 2012 in Lifestyle | 0 comments

This smart key fob works with most any Bluetooth-enabled cell phones to manage calls and alert you if your phone or keys are left behind. It offers the following functions: wirelessly connects to your phone and answers incoming calls with the push of a button within a range of 30 feet, notifies you when you are separated from your phone or any object to which the key fob is attached, works as a powerful, compact speakerphone while driving or anywhere you go, and acts as an one-touch emergency dialer....

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Dunhill Laser Keyboard and Chassis Case

Dunhill Laser Keyboard and Chassis Case

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 in Lifestyle | 0 comments

Alfred Dunhill has been associated with innovation for nearly 120 years – a theme continued this season with an amazing ‘laser keyboard’ featuring a unique Dunhill finish and a Chassis leather carry case, designed with the frequent traveler in mind. This small black box with a discreet AD logo, connects via Bluetooth to devices such as smart phones and tablets (including iOS or Android) and projects a keyboard design onto any table or surface in front of you. The super bright laser projection allows you to use a full sized keyboard while having your device arranged in front of you, simply as a screen. The unit is able to instantly sense where you type with variables such as regional variation, sensitivity, brightness and volume easily adjusted. At a touch of a button (on the keyboard), it can also be switched to multi-touch mouse functionality – ideal for manipulating images in a document. The unit has a built in Lithium-ion battery which can be recharged via a USB cable connected to a laptop or similar device. This is very simple to set up and use in almost any situation, making it ideal for the traveller. It is presented in an attractive and durable Chassis case with a pocket for the charge cable. This case also acts as a stand for a phone – making it easy to work on documents on a train or even in a coffee shop!...

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The Gentleman’s Stiffener – Moustashe Wax

The Gentleman’s Stiffener – Moustashe Wax

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012 in Lifestyle | 0 comments

Captain Fawcett’s Moustache Wax. One of the most intriguing products I have ever come across. The product “Moustache Wax” is one that we have been asked for at Revolucion for the last few years. Perhaps due to the Movember Moustache Charity movement. The “stache” is making somewhat of a comeback from the finer gentleman years! Captain Fawcett’s I feel is leading the way with Moustache wax that gives a “Stiff” upper lip! Available in Sandalwood, Lavender, and Ylang Ylang. The Capt Fawcett uses only finest natural ingredients and essential oils for his stache waxes. So whether you wear a Natural, Hungarian, Dali, English, Imperial, Freestyle, Fu Manchu, Pancho Villa, Handlebar, Horseshoe to name a few styles of moustaches, come by and visit the Capt for your Stache needs!  ...

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Whisky Stones™

Whisky Stones™

Posted by on Dec 17, 2011 in Lifestyle | 0 comments

When I came across the Whisky Stones (Whiskey Stones)  they won my heart! I quote “Put a chill in your whisky without diluting the dram of your dreams”  Beautifully said, especially since I had been a Drambuie drinker in the past there was an immediate appreciation for this fine milled stones that have made there way in to many a dram! We recently attended and sponsored the Hopscotch 2011 Event where the Whisky Stones were featured and the Whisky Lovers were celebrated. 7/8″ cubes | Natural Milled in Vermont by the oldest soapstone workshop in the US. Add three chilled stones to your next dram, let stand for 5 minutes and enjoy. Set of 9 stones + muslin storage bag. Not for use with larger volume drinks. And here is the history…. Co-founder Andrew Hellman (Connecticut) Andrew took inspiration from a bag of loose stones found in his Swedish grandfather’s liquor cabinet to come up with an American interpretation of a centuries-old Scandinavian tradition. Vermont Soapstone (Vermont) Over 150 years ago, local Vermonters began mining and milling soapstone found in their fields for a variety of purposes. As America’s oldest soapstone workshop, many of their original techniques are still in use today....

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