My hope is that keys will someday be a relic of the past, but until that day comes, Orbitkey does a great job of keeping them organized and quiet in your pocket.
Amazon is marking down a bunch of really nice watches, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Brands like Bulova, Citizen, Fossil, Nixon, and more are marked down, with basically any style you’d like, all with Prime shipping. So, go get a timepiece for your dime piece.
The big one-day suiting sale will get you halfway there, but Amazon’s also offering huge markdowns on a variety of wallets, ties, and belts from Tommy Hilfiger to help you pull your outfit together.
After over 500 comments and countless recommendations, four minimalist front pocket wallets are left standing in this week’s Kinja Co-Op. But which one ultimately fits the bill? See what our readers had to say below, and vote for your favorite wallet at the bottom of the post.
There’s only one correct place to store your wallet: Your front pocket. Keeping a bulbous hunk of leather and plastic in your back pocket makes your butt look ridiculous, and is terrible for your back to boot, so this week, let’s shed a few cards, get rid of our coins, and find the best minimal, front pocket wallet…
Driving and disassembling the 2016 Jeep Wrangler Willys Wheeler at Easter Jeep Safari really got me high on “heritage” this week. One of the vehicle’s cutest features is the “4 WHEEL DRIVE” badge on the back, which is supposed to remind us of a Willys CJ-3A. Where else have you seen awesome 4WD badges?
For $999, Ford will now sell you a factory-spec rear seat for your Shelby GT350R Mustang. Looks great! But there’s another vehicle it’d fit on even better.
Sick of Vanilla, Fresh Pine or Frozen Ice? Give these 10 scents a try!
I initially dismissed the the 2015 Chevy Colorado Trail Boss press release because no ZR2, no care. Then I saw that roll bar! It’s definitely not a safety device but it is the first OEM pickup truck roll bar that’s come out since, I think, I’ve been old enough to read. Come on automakers, bring these babies back!
Giant light bars give you useful visibly in foul weather and the pitch-black of remote trails. But let's be real; 99% of the time you can navigate the night just fine with the two headlights god gave you. Who cares, extra lights will instantly make your car look extra awesome.
The Front Runner barbecue grate clips right into the center of a truck-mounted spare tire, for easy access at camp and streamline storage on the road. It even looks cool while not in use, if you're into that 80's-aerodynamic accessory style.
GM has just bestowed the 2015 GMC Sierra with Carbon, Carbon 20, and Carbon 22 appearance packages that add for a lot of money will get you some stripes, convenience options, and guess what size wheels?
Most automotive accessories look stupid and cheap when you tack them on to your ride. Eyelashes for headlights?...I don't know about you, but I get a little uncomfortable when I spot a sexualized Kia Forte. But I can get down with American Car Craft's Vette shark-teeth.
Jeep is now offering topographical map hood decals as a Mopar add-on for the Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, Wrangler, and Wrangler Unlimited. For $300, the dealer print any location you want on this cool black-on-darker-black hood graphic. Neato!
Truck bed-cap company A.R.E. is diversifying its lineup of cargo accessories with the "Rod Pod," a plastic tube that holds (you guessed it!) fishing rods. They want $495 for it, and at that price I'll go ahead and spend three hours in Home Depot trying to make my own, thankyouverymuch.
Surely there are literally people out there who just can't wait to make the 2015 Jeep Renegade they can buy in a year look more like a Scion xB. At least that's what Mopar thinks, as Renegade accessory list is already as long as a medieval scroll.
You know how you've always wanted your mangled corpse to be pried out of the remains of your smoldering car, but have always been too ashamed to make it happen because of the crappy paperbacks and magazines you read while driving? Then, buddy, are you in luck.
Christmas dreams for a Pep Boys regional accessory manager aren't about sugarplums or shiny bicycles: they're about taking an underadorned car and putting things right. Which means plastering a serious pile of cheap plastic crap onto something like a defenseless Miata.