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March 2018 Finds On Amazon

Once again we are here to help you find the best products on Amazon. This month we have found some more cool, beautiful and functional products buried deep in Amazonīs massive catalog. We showcase a list of products that caught our attention, either for their great discount price, for their great customer ratings, or simply because they are pretty goddamn awesome. Product details below.



The I-5923 is a modern streetwear sneaker thats styled to look like retro running mens shoes. The design of these mens shoes fuses heritage lines with modern engineering.
BUY | $130




This cash stash money storage keyring accessory helps ensure that you never run out of money again. This clever capsule has a special cash clip inside to wrap an emergency bill around.
BUY | $9




Designed for use in the most extreme conditions, the Rangeman watch incorporates Triple Sensor to measure compass bearing, atmospheric pressure/altitude, and temperature, plus GPS navigation — a first for a G-Shock watch
BUY | $885




The Grizzly Military duffle bag is a serious travel bag. Featuring over the shoulder handles as well hidden shoulder straps. This means you can use the bag as either a duffle bag or a backpack.
BUY | $69




With a shape of its own, the Shard has seven useful functions: small flat driver, medium flat driver, cross driver, pry bar, wire stripper, lanyard hole, and bottle opener.
BUY | $7




Lightweight, breathable warmth with all the active versatility that comes with a hybrid jacket. Nylon front panel has 100 grams of PrimaLoft Silver Active insulation and a water-repellent finish to keep you warm and protected.
BUY | $78




From now on, no need to break a nail or hurt myself in trying to wedge open the key ring. This elegant Screw Lock key ring will solve this annoying problem.
BUY | $8




The stealthy knife, designed to be ambidextrous, weighs a little over 5 ounces, has a 4.5″ closed length, and can be quickly and easily brought into action by use of the M.A.G.I.C. spring assist.
BUY | $27




The "bolt action" mechanism and "click" open and close will make it difficult to put this piece down. The flat pen head provides a secure thumb rest, making it an effective self defense tool as well.
BUY | $70




The Stanley Master Flask is made from entirely from cold-rolled steel and built to pack a generous portion of whiskey, rum or any spirit you prefer.
BUY | $35




This sleek speaker sounds amazing and looks beautiful thanks to an ambient white light glow from the center turbine and an animated center ring of LEDs.
BUY | $195




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