Efficient Products I Like In 2013

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Here are some efficient products I like in 2013. I’ve tested all these products and found that they perform well. Generally, I like things that are ultralight and ultradurable. I also look for things that are sustainably made and come with lifetime warranties.

For purchase things, I like Amazon and REI, due to their efficient return policies — I return a lot of products, and I don’t have time to quibble while returning products.

Everyday Carry

These are the tools I carry on my keychain:

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 Optional Carry

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These are optional things that I may carry in my jacket or pant pockets:

Clothes

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These are clothes I find efficient. You’ll see a lot of merino wool here. I like this material because it doesn’t absorb orders, regulates body temperature, l resists wind and warms better than petroleum-based materials. It is also produced in a sustainable manner. The other material I find efficient is hemp. It is more durable than cotton. It is also requires less water and pesticides to produce. New production techniques have allowed manufacturers to produce very soft hemp weaves.

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Toiletries

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These are toiletry tools that I find particularly efficient:

 

Comments

  1. Fran says

    So many toys so little time.
    So many distractions so little thought
    Democracy is dead but look what I bought

    • web master says

      A cute little poem,
      But it misses what this post is about,
      We all need to buy things,
      And these products are useful and well thought-out.

  2. Fran says

    I agree….and my refrain was really addressed at the more general malaise and tendency towards consumer distractions and useless entertainment while important things go by unnoticed.

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