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THE JETSON ONE

Imagine rocking up to work in your own personal helicopter.

It’s funny to try and imagine the conversation that led to the creation of The Jetson ONE; “Everyone I’ve got it: what about a drone… but we fly it ourselves?”

It’s a ludicrous idea, and we absolutely love it. The Jetson ONE is described as a ‘personal electric aerial vehicle’, although the Chief Technical Officer of the Swedish company calls it a ‘personal helicopter’. It’s got a top speed of 101 kilometres per hour, and incredibly, weighs in at just 86 kilograms. This isn’t one of those ‘flying car concepts’ – this is an actual product which you can buy (there are still several buyers wanted for the 2023 intake). Yes, it is a bit of a luxury to have a flying vehicle for shits and giggles, but hey – if we had the money, we’d be snapping one up.

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AU$132,000

NORRØNA TROLLEY BAG

Unlike other bags of its considerable size, the Norrøna Trolley Bag isn’t all that heavy, meaning you can pack those larger, bulkier sex toys without a second thought.

The 2.4 kilogram weight is really light for a 120 litre bag – you’re not going to go over the limit on a flight anytime soon with this bag. It’s nice to look at too, combining minimalist style with an uber-cool Norwegian strikethrough ø in the name.

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AU$413

MURRAY FIRE PIT

The Murray is a firepit from IXL, featuring an Australian steel basin and a little wood storage facility just beneath – handy for whenever you need to throw another log on.

Like any guy we’ve ever met named Murray it is no-frills and reliable – the perfect addition to your house to keep you warm through these cold winter months. We can easily picture ourselves talking quite a bit of shit around this.

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AU$215

OAKLEY RE:SUBZERO SUNGLASSES

Whether you’re heading to kick-ons, back-ons, we’re ons or the cricket: the Oakley Re:SubZero speed dealers will have you heading there with some seriously bold 90s vibes.

These bad boys weigh just 24 grams, but are legitimate sunnies: they feature a distinctive shield lens design, as well as Prizm Lens technology that is said to actually boost the level of detail you can see compared to the naked eye.

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AU$329

DJI MINI 3 PRO

The old saying that good things come in small packages rings true when it comes to the DJI Mini 3 Pro.

This is a drone that weighs in at exactly 249 grams, which is handy given the cut-off for a drone to be flown legally without registration or a certificate is 250 grams in many countries.

Despite being so lightweight, the Mini 3 Pro hardly scales back on features – featuring quality video and obstacle avoidance that hasn’t been present on other DJI minis.

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AU$1,119

LAGER LAGER LAGER PILSNER

The Lager Lager Lager Pilsner sounds like a strange name for a beer, but it’s probably not even in the top five weirdest beer names for the crew at Sailors Grave Brewing (Down She Gose, Squid vs Whale ale).

It is in fact a pilsner, and a bloody delicious one at that. It’s the brand-new work from the Orbost brewery in Victoria’s far-east, who combine clever artwork, an unbelievably-quaint brewery location on the banks of the Murray River, and delicious beers. Down she gose indeed.

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AU$50 – 12 pack

get in the know Sailors Grave Brewing in East Gippsland is in a century old, converted butter factory.

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