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  • Keep it Clean and Kempt for Movember

    As costumes are stashed in closets never to be used again, thousands of men nationwide look in the mirror at the result of their Octobeard experiment and debate whether to partake in the next facial hair festivity: Movember. For the month of November, men are encouraged to grow out a moustache. Guys, do it. To make the process as smooth as possible, here are some Grommets to lend a hand.



    The end of Octobeard is marked by electric razors harmoniously starting in bathrooms nationwide. Maybe you’re wiping the slate clean or maybe you’re getting rid of everything except a moustache to celebrate Movember. If it’s the latter excellent choice! But for either, make sure you have BeardMat. This polyester sheet hangs over your sink to catch every falling facial follicle and keep your counter as kempt as your face. Shop Now



    Ever missed a spot shaving? Remember how embarrassing it was? Of course you do. Good news, that doesn’t have to happen ever again. Thanks to ShaveTech, you can have a portable, USB-chargeable grooming guardian with you at all times. No matter if you are at the office, the airport, or in gridlock traffic, you can shave that weird patch near your ear. No not that one! That’s your sideburn—oh no. It’s fine. No one will notice. Shop Now


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  • 6 Must-Haves for Beer Lovers

    Looking for thoughtful gift ideas for the beer lovers in your life? Well, look no further. We've gathered six products sure to make any beer fan happy. From DIY beer kits, to in-bottle beer chillers, these beer gifts will be a hit.



    If you need a bottle cap removed to get to your alcohol, reach for The Decapitator. It’s a fun, surefire way to remove caps. Place it over the bottle top, press down, and the cap is neatly removed. Shop Now


    Craft a Brew

    So, you want to be a brew-master? No problem. This DIY home beer brewing kit allows you to make outstanding craft beer right out of the box. This kit has everything you need to create great tasting beer. Shop Now Continue Reading

  • 6 Ways to Get your brew on this National Beer Day

    Looking for good gifts for guys or the perfect gift for that beer lover in your life? We've got you covered. Oh, and April 7th is National Beer Day. These six Grommets will make your beer colder, classier, and easier to open.

    Good gifts for guys | Beer opener


    The GrabOpener turns the traditional two-handed job of opening a bottle into a simple, single-handed solution. Designed for both lefties and righties, it’s as simple as reaching out and grabbing on. Shop Now.

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  • Best Grilling Recipes + 4 Grilling Tools You Need Now

    The weather is on a warming trend which has us on the hunt for the best grilling recipes to try out this season. So far our mouth is watering over this BBQ-brushed plank grilled salmon and these grilled tomato "lollipops." Do you have any must-try grilling recipes? Be sure to leave them in the comments below.

    We're creating our grilling wishlist and sharing our four new grilling tools recently launched on The Grommet. Check them out below.


    Grilling Gifts | The Grommet

    The Great Scrape

    Now, there's a safe, simple way to avoid charred debris and buildup on the grates of your grill. The Great Scrape is an all natural BBQ cleaning tool with custom grooves that wear over time for a perfect fit with any grill. Shop Now

    Grilling Gifts from The Grommet

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  • 6 Father's Day Gifts From The Kids

    Searching for unique Father's Day gifts from the kids? We've rounded up six top picks we think Dad will love (and the kids will have fun gifting him). From the bacon lover to the tech guy -- we bet you'll be inspired to gift one of these Grommets.   Father's Day Gifts From the Kids

    Napa Soap

    He'll love this ceramic or enamel shaving gift sets handmade in the Napa Valley. It comes presented in a gift box, perfect for Father's Day. Shave mugs contain approximately one year's supply of shaving soap and comes with a shaving brush included.  Shop Now

    Pocket Monkey

    The PocketMonkey from Zootility is a 12-in-one utility tool thin enough to fit in the credit card slot of his wallet, yet strong enough to handle everything from opening a bottle to loosening a tight screw. It's a super tool for a super dad.  Shop Now

    The Original baconkit

    Let us guess, he loves bacon? We thought he might. With The Original baconkit, Dad can cure his own bacon. the kit is easy, fun, and absolutely delicious.   Shop Now

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  • Meaningful Gifts Can Come in Really Small Packages

     stocking stuffer ideas

    I've come to realize that people either dread the idea of purchasing stocking stuffers, or look forward to it. Personally, I adore the idea of finding small treasures that will light up faces on Christmas morning. Growing up, Santa always filled my stocking with the smallest (but most thoughtful)  gifts.  But the truth is, most stocking stuffers are not thoughtful at all.

    How many of us give or receive stocking stuffers that appear to be from the grocery store impulse buy section? Does chapstick, beef jerky, and gum sound like your typical stocking stuffers?  We can do better. Just because a gift is small doesn't mean it has to be from the gas station or impersonal. This year consider filling their stockings with meaningful gifts they will be as thrilled to receive as the gifts they unwrap from under the tree. Giving a meaningful gift of any size will put a smile on their face (and yours as well).

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for her

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Her

    LOVE Reusable Bags: Perfect for your wife, mom, or college-age daughter. This cute reusable bag is the  perfect space saver that can tuck into a purse or pocket. It folds up to the size of a tennis balls and can be unfolded with she goes to the market or needs a bookbag.

    Toesizes:  Toesizes come in fun colors and are great alternative to barefeet. Toezies are the sock for pilates, yoga & lounging around.

    Unitrex: Flexible silicone rubber pocket-sized pen and stylus tools come in bright colors and are compatible with all touchscreen devices. The perfect size to tuck into a stocking.

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for him

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Him

    Razor Renew: Leather strap that sharpens and smoothes razors, blades, and knives to last at least 10x longer than normal. Use suede side to sharpen; flip over to smooth side to polish.

    Napa Soap Company:  This handy travel size shaving soap and traditional shaving brush will elevate his shaving experience. The travel tin and brush make it the perfect size for his stocking.

    This is Ground: Easily wrap earbuds, USB cables and other small wires in the convenient envelope-like case leather  case. The Cord Taco comes in a 5-pack so you can stick them in all of your family's stockings.

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for kids

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

    The Dipr: A spoon made just for dunking cookies! You can even eat off the dipper! They come in a pack of four.

    Whooz?:  Whooz? charger stickers are full of personality, and will set their device accessories apart, so they'll always know which ones are theirs.

    Shains: Colorful rubber bracelets feature interchangeable peg charms (letters, and icons) that attach to spell out a message.

    Looking for more meaningful gift ideas? We have an entire Holiday Catalog full of gifts with meaning. Check it out here.

  • Men Tell All: How to Pick Good Gifts for Guys

    good gifts for guys: bottle opening sunglasses

    Brewsees bottle opening sunglasses are one of the "coolest" Grommets around.


    Let’s face it. Even if you think you know how to shop for men, what they want to receive is probably not what you think.  Men can be surprisingly particular, unpredictable and downright difficult to shop for when it comes to gift giving.

    But don’t throw in the towel and pick up a gift card just yet, we're here to help. This week we decided to do some investigating and go straight to the source.  We asked some of our favorite Grommet guys for tips we can use when shopping for them.  Get your pen and paper ready because you may need to take notes.

    Question 1: Do you like to be surprised when given a gift or do you always want to know what you’re about to open?

    Majority Says:  No surprises. However our Business Analyst, Ian, did say he likes surprises once in a while. “I like being surprised, but only if it’s a really good gift. I typically buy myself items that I want. I don't wait around for someone to buy them for me.”

    Take Away: When in doubt, don’t surprise. He’ll be just as appreciative even if he knows what's inside the box.

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  • Tell us about Dad and WIN

    With Father's Day right around the corner, we thought it would be fun to take a moment and reflect on those influential dads in our lives. Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and brothers -- what a nice time to honor these relationships.

    We dusted off a few personal photos of our own dads.

    Father's Day with The Grommet

    Not surprising that some of our dads are makers and innovators as well. What about your dad? How would you describe him? Leave a comment below, we'd love to read it!

    Share with us and we'll randomly select one person to win a $50 gift card to shop on The Grommet.

    Still looking for that perfect Father's Day gift? Check out our Father's Day collection here. Are you a Dad? Tell us what you REALLY want here.

     General contest rules: To enter, you must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years of age. You must leave a comment on this post. No purchase necessary. Winner will be randomly selected and notified via email. Employees, contractors, and the families of employees and contractors of Daily Grommet, Inc. are not eligible to enter. Void where prohibited. Contest will end June 17, 2013 at 9 am PST.

  • What dads really want

    With Father's Day fast approaching, we took to Twitter to see what some of our favorite dads really enjoy doing. In 140 characters or less, they described their ideal Father's Day.


    dad blogs  - @BenSpark @BenSpark: My Ideal Dad's Day. Breakfast. Drive to the Cape. Family Kayak Trip. Picnic Clambake on the Beach. Movie w/lots of popcorn.



    @backpackingdad - dad blogs  @BackpackingDad: It begins with sleeping in, and ends with a visit to a giant statue of me raised in my honour by a grateful nation. The middle is hazy.



    @CuteMonsterDad: Sleep in. Awaken to pancakes. Stroll in the park. Catch a movie. Poolside barbecue. Kids asleep early. Quality time with my wife.



    @dadofdivas: My ideal day as a dad would be taking the kids our Geocaching just the three of us and exploring the world around us, finding treasurer & fun.



    Any surprises here? I'll be honest I expected at least one mention of golf! What do you have planned for Father's Day?

  • Hand stitching an American pastime

    If you've seen our Daily Grommet video featuring Leather Head Sports, you'll remeber Paul Cunningham. Paul  grew up a baseball lover in the ultimate baseball city, Cooperstown , N.Y, and even worked summers at the Baseball Hall of Fame. After leaving Cooperstown, he took a job as photo editor for Major League Baseball — a career he left behind to make hand-sewn baseballs and footballs that are as all-American as you can get.

    Our friends at Etsy recently made a video with Paul too -- and we'd like to share it with you. This 2 minutes video features Paul in the process of  making a football and  is also a homage to a classic American pastime. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!

    One More Yard from Etsy on Vimeo.


    For more about Paul and Leatherhead Sports, see our original feature here.

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