The Coolest Cutting Edge Gear

Meet the crowd-funded specials, available in Singapore now!

By Kelvin Low      18 December 2020

The Single Edge 2.0 Shaver


Multi-blade shavers can tug the hair with the leading blade, cut the hair below the skin surface and may cause irritation and ingrown hairs.

Supply.co’s Single Edge 2.0 shaver features a single blade that cuts hair precisely at the surface of your skin without leaving bumps or nicks. It even allows you to adjust the levels: Sensitive, Comfortable, and Ultra Close for a customisable cut without the irritation.

ROAV Folding Sunglasses


Bulky and breakable frames are the bane of most sunglasses. ROAV sunglasses can fold up to fit almost everywhere with a folded thickness of less than a modern smartphone.

It is touted to be tough too, with micro hinges which are press-formed into the stainless steel frame. Weighing less than 20 grams, they are comfortable, yet can fully protect your eyes from harmful UVA, UVB rays with glare-cutting polarisation.

Neck Saviour Mini


While massages do wonders to tired bodies, here’s a gadget that can help relieve the discomfort at your own convenience. It works by using the stiffness of a foam block to stretch out the neck.

Place a Necksaviour behind the neck when it’s folded, it will rest on your head and shoulders. The forces created by laying down on the Necksaviour will result in a stretch. It can be reused indefinitely.

These products are available through Interstellar Goods, a Singapore-based retailer that curates award-winning Kickstarter and Indiegogo brands, so that you won’t have to face the hassle of shipping or product returns should they be defective. SAFRA members get to enjoy 10% off with $25 minimum spend!

Visit them at www.interstellargoods.sg.


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