These days, there’s no shortage of gadgets you can strap to your wrist. But smart watches are mostly terrible, and fitness trackers are hideous, so there’s still plenty of room in the marketplace for old school analog watches. Today, we want to find the best affordable men’s model out there.
It was one of the most active nomination rounds ever, with a few sock brands running away from the pack. But now, it’s time to pick your favorite. Check out the five nominees below, and then vote for whichever one you’d trust to protect your feet.
Uniqlo’s AIRism is one of those lines that people continue to go back to. The boxer briefs always sell out quickly when there’s a sale, and even your favorite undershirt is part of the AIRism line. And right now, Uniqlo is marking down select AIRism products for under $10. Grab new underwear for only $6 or a new tank…
It’s sweaty foot season, so this week on Kinja Co-Op, we’re on the hunt for the best everyday men’s socks.
If you’re trying to keep an eye on your blood pressure, Amazon will sell you this Omron 10 Series electronic monitor today for $48, an all-time low. This monitor has a 4.3 star review average on over 3,000 reviews, and includes both a wireless monitor that can store your last 100 readings, and Bluetooth connectivity…
Another huge sale from Timbuk2 brings a ton of their excellent bags down to hard-to-resist levels. Be sure to let us know what you pick up in the comments.
If you want to dip your toes into the world of electric toothbrushes, Philips’ entry level Sonicare Essence line is an amazing value at $20. I’ve been using this brush for years, and I still love it.
An analysis by Tufts University researchers has failed to find a link between butter consumption and cardiovascular disease. And hallelujah to that—the ongoing hysteria against butter can now finally come to an end.
I like to listen to this at many different times in my life because it makes me feel fly. Next time you're in an airport, try popping "Lifestyle" in your headphones and pop on your sunglasses as you walk to the baggage claim. Everyone around you is going to feel a lot less cool by comparison. [Spotify, iTunes, Amazon]
The life of a freelancer or remote employee is characterized by a few day-to-day truths: a commute that doesn't necessarily involve leaving the bed, pajamas as acceptable daywear, and stretches—kind of long to very long—with no IRL human interaction. Leaving the house is healthy—but where to go?
We know that adopting a healthy lifestyle, like not smoking, exercising regularly, and keeping our weight down, yields long term benefits. But a recently concluded 35-year study is showing just how extensive these health benefits can be — and not just to our bodies, but our minds as well.
In rich countries, more than 80% of the population today will survive past the age of 70. About 150 years ago, only 20% did. In all this while, though, only one person lived beyond the age of 120. This has led experts to believe that there may be a limit to how long humans can live.