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  • 11 Unique Wedding Gifts Chosen by Our Discovery Manager

    It’s wedding season and as soon as our Grommet team members started getting Save The Dates, we turned to Discovery Manager Ayana Blue to help us find gifts as special as the happy couple.

    Ayana is a woman in the know. As a Discovery Manager, she finds unique, unexpected products worthy of your attention AKA the perfect wedding gifts. Here’s what she’s loving now.

    1. Fill a jar with gratitude

    These beautifully designed jars from Studio Penny Lane remind the couple of all they have to be thankful for. With each message added to their partner’s jar the gift becomes even more personal.

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  • The Backstory of Back Hair Grooming

    Seeking out solutions to everyday problems is at the heart of our discoveries. Sometimes though, problems aren't always visible—like back hair. But that’s where the BaKblade comes in.

    Shaped like a back scratcher, the BaKblade is a Grommet that helps folks remove their own hair without shaving cream or water needed. And like most of our Makers, inventor Matt Dryfhout came to the idea after experiencing this harried predicament firsthand.

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  • 7 Gifts For the “I Just Want to Spend Time with You” Dad.

    If your dad doesn’t want anything for himself, get him something he can enjoy with the whole family even though it will be for him. Because, after all, there is no greater gift than the gift of quality time.

    1. Modern Campfire

    Solo Stove provides the same comradery as the age-old fire pit in a stainless steel design that burns easily and produces less smoke. It also comes with a lifetime warranty, which every dad will appreciate.

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  • 7 Gifts For the “I’ll Fire Up the Grill” Dad.

    If your dad knows no bounds when it comes to grilling season and is always looking for the next tool to up his game, these Grommets are sure to excite and elevate your gift giving to well-done.

    1. Deliciously fast pizza

    In the past, if you wanted to give dad the gift of making brick oven pizza in the backyard, it would’ve entailed a six-month construction project. Now you just need an Uuni. This pizza oven heats up to 900 degrees in 10 minutes and cooks a wood-fired pizza in two.

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  • 7 Gifts For the "It's Better to be Prepared" Dad

    Dads. They always seem ready for every scenario. And with these Grommets, you can help dad elevate his preparedness game to Inspector Gadget level.

    1. Every Tool in One

    It’s hard to be any more prepared than when you’re armed with 36 tools in one compact multi-tool. Packed with everything from a screwdriver and hammer to utility knife and corkscrew, Kelvin Tools can handle a fix around the house as easily as opening a bottle of wine.

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  • 7 Graduate Gifts to Prepare Them for the Real World

    Graduation season is finally upon us, and you may be wondering what to get your grad for their big day. Here at The Grommet, we have all kinds of gifts perfect for post-grad life and as a grad myself, I feel uniquely qualified to point you in the right direction.

    2789-S-101_BST.jpg1. Time Traveler

    Time Traveler's built-in Lightning cable and USB port allow you to charge three devices at the same time. It can charge an iPhone or Apple Watch in about 2 hours and is perfect for road trips, flights, or whatever travel your grad has planned to celebrate.

    Buy now: 79.95

     

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  • Meet the Maker Podcast: Max Feber of BRUW

    The Grommet office is located just outside of Boston, the unofficial iced coffee capital of the world. There is no temperature too cold for an iced coffee in Boston.

    12 degrees? That just keeps it iced longer.

    For those who love iced coffee but want the next best thing, there’s cold brew coffee. There is no ice to water it down, it's less acidic, it’s more caffeinated. But it wasn’t always easy to make, something Max Feber learned the hard way in his kitchen as a high school sophomore. So he created BRUW to make making cold brew easier and cleaner.

     

    Like what you hear? Listen to the rest of the Meet the Maker Podcast series here then rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes.

  • The Power of Collaboration: How To Find Light In a Power-less Place

    Here at The Grommet, we love the Makers and products we work with—they‘re a part of us, they make up who we are. Each Grommet has a purpose and each Maker has a story to tell, and it is our mission to share these with the world.

    Our journey has shown us over and over again that when we as consumers support companies who do good, good things happen. Simple as that. A perfect example of this is the collaboration between two do-good Grommets—Haiti Projects and Luci by MPOWERED.

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  • Meet the Maker Podcast: Anthony Gold of ROAR for Good

    ROAR for Good co-founder, Anthony Gold, has a unique vision for the success of his company. "Our goal is to put ROAR out of business. In that, there’s no longer a need for a company like ROAR or a product like Athena."

    ROAR for Good's product, Athena, is a personal alarm for women—or anyone who wants some extra piece of mind—can alert friends and loved ones of your location.

    On this episode of the Meet the Maker podcast, we talk to Anthony about the inspiration for the company, their educational programs to teach youth about healthy, respectful relationships and treatment of others, how we can all be more mindful in building a more respectful culture, and the future of ROAR.

    Like what you hear? Listen to the rest of the Meet the Maker Podcast series here then rate, review, and subscribe on iTunes.

  • Meet The Maker Sheila Kemper of Livliga

     In our Meet the Maker series, you hear from our Makers on their journeys as entrepreneurs and how you, The Grommet Community, have changed their businesses for the better. 

    Today we're catching up with Sheila Kemper Dietrich. Sheila's family had struggled with their weight for years. As the former executive director of Denver’s American Heart Association, she knew how important it was to stop super-sizing and start right-sizing their meals. So, she designed portion control plates to guide them and founded Livliga. 

    Tell us more about your design inspiration.
    It all started with my favorite measuring cups. I wanted to figure out a way to help me measure my food and see what specific serving sizes looked like as I served up and ate a meal. I wanted to see how I could create a design that would be attractive, subtle, yet exacting, so it would reflect the measurements from that measuring cup.

    How do you get around creative blocks?
    Walking. Fiddling. Talking. You have to give ideas room to grow and for problems to be solved. Sometimes that means taking a long walk to clear the brain and reboot. Other times I find, just like with solving a puzzle with puzzle pieces, it takes fiddling with a design from a variety of angles until the solution pops out. I am also someone who believes more brains make for better solutions so I enjoy sharing and talking things through until that creative block evaporates. Continue Reading

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