The One about the Skagen Hagen World Time and Alarm (SKW6299) Watch

Skagen watches are now known for their lightness, stylish design but also being affordable quartz watches. As a watch enthusiast, I also recommend Skagen for those who are starting out with purchasing of watches, wanting it to be stylish but also are not as willing to spend over a $100 on a watch. Also, for those who are wanting to go with Skagen, knowing that these are light watches, very […]

The One about Gashapon (Capsule Toy Vending Machines)

In the United States, many are used to seeing capsule toy machines as cheap toys to keep your kids occupied while visiting a supermarket or restaurant. In Japan, the concept is similar but the offerings reach out to people of all ages.  Known as “Gashapon” which is the sounds of the machines (gasha for the sound of the crank and pon for the sound of the toy capsules dropping into […]

Travel Guide: The One about Luggage Travel Tags

When traveling, one thing that a few people don’t worry about until the last minute is their travel tags. When purchasing travel tags, you will see the basic name, address and city, state.  But these days, you have to protect yourself and not putting all that information is important. Also, you with so many luggage coming through the airport, you want to make sure that you can find your bag […]

The One about the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO with Auto-iq Boost

I have been using Nutri Ninja products of nearly two years now and having used the 1100 watt Ninja Professional Blender (BL660), this time I give the Nutri Ninja Nutri Bowl DUO with Auto-iq Boost a try. I. WHAT’S IN THE BOX Inside you get the following: – Motor Base – Pro Extractor Blades Assembly – Spout Lid – 32 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup – 24 oz. Nutri Ninja Cup […]

The One about David Kennard’s “A Year in Burgundy: A Film About Wine”

David Kennard has worked on television as director and producer for documentaries such as “2001: HAL’s Legacy”, “Surviving September 11th: The Story of One New York Family”, “Journey to the Universe”,  the TV series “Cosmos” and “Keeping Score” to name a few. And back in 2004, along with actor John Cleese, he worked on the documentary “Wine for the Confused”.  And in 2012, Kennard went to work on another documentary […]

The One about the Skagen Melbye (SKW6305) Watch

Skagen, Denmark is known for its fishing port and being a tourist magnet courtesy of its long history, its building architecture throughout the region and for its artists, the Skagen Painters of the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. But the name Skagen Denmark for westerners is probably best known for the watch brand (that is a subsidiary of Fossil as of 2012) which is an American contemporary accessories brand based […]

The One about the Lowepro Flipside 500 AW DSLR Backpack

For the longest time, I have depended on my DSLR shoulder bags when traveling to events around the world. But I noticed how I would experience shoulder pain due to the uneven distribution of the weight that I decided to go with a backpack. What I needed was one that had pockets, where the opening to get to the camera was inside and not outside for anti-theft but most importantly, […]

The One about Kotobukiya

Back in 1953, toy company Kotobukiya established themselves as toymakers that care about craftsmanship. Fastforward to 2016 and the company still prides itself in craftmanship and quality and have become the #1 toy company specializing in collector toys and creator of statues, figures and kits. With its main store in Akihabara, Japan and stores in Tachikawa and Nipponbashi in Osaka, Kotobukiya has expanded to the United States and Europe.  Many […]