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When it comes to covering your bases and rounding out your well-curated EDC, sometimes the best inspiration can come from trying something new. But where do you start? That's a tough question if you've already settled into your own style, plus it's hard enough trying to find something that catches your eye. And let's face it, you're busy. If you're looking for something new but don't have the time to research and shop, Bespoke Post has just the thing. They send you a freshly curated box of useful goods tailored to your own preferences at a cost that's hard to beat.

You spend a lot of time making sure your gear suits your needs and your style, but now you can leave some of that work to the experts at Bespoke Post. When you join, they ask you a series of questions to get a feel for you, your needs, and your style. With that in mind, they present a box of gear they think you'll enjoy each month. And the value you get out of each one is well worth the price of admission. Each curated box contains quality, unique products from small-batch brands and masterful artisans of all sorts.

And part of the fun is that each box fits a particular theme, filled with items that make sense together, resulting in a kit that's greater than the sum of its parts. There's also no mystery as to what's inside each month. They tell you what's inside, letting you decide for yourself whether the box is for you. If it's not, it's easy to opt out of that month's box and wait for the next one, or cancel your subscription outright. But since each $45 box is designed to give you at least $70 worth of gear (or more) it's a great deal. You can take a look at Bespoke Post's current offerings at the link below.

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In the picture above, what are the two items on the far right side?
Both are tools used in mixing drinks. One is for measuring and the other is for straining.
My guess was barista equipment, but I wasn't sure. Thank you for answering my question.