What Man of Many Readers Bought in September 2019

Our loyal readers (hey, that’s you!) are savvy shoppers with an eye for the best in modern style, gear, and gadgetry. Meanwhile, September is a great month for new releases and new deals alike. Putting all these elements in one place, we’ve compiled a list of products that our readers bought in September 2019.

Prepare yourself for quality EDC, a book on mechanical watches, a hand-crafted wetsuit, and more. We’ve brought you various discoveries in the past, but this time around, you’re the curator of choice products. In fact, it looks like we’ve got some shopping to do ourselves.

Flatrock Sarvo Series 3x2mm Full-Length Steamer

When only the best wetsuit will suffice, accept nothing less than the Sarvo Series from Flatrock. Each one is hand-crafted from 18 panels of Japanese limestone neoprene, resulting in the utmost tier of comfort and versatility. Features include an ezy-glide chest zip for easy entry, soft inner lining, and increased neoprene thickness around the core.

Consider us completely unsurprised that Aussies have been buying this thing in droves.

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KA-BAR Knives, Inc Mark 98 Folder

Between its blade of 5Cr15 Stainless Steel and multi-coloured G10 handle scales, the Mark 98 makes for a brilliant folding knife. It opens with a flipper and can be carried either tip up or tip down. Throw in a great price and a lightweight profile and you have yourself some impeccable EDC. 

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Corkcicle Whiskey Wedge

Corkcicle Whiskey Wedge

No one argues with a cold and delicious Old-Fashioned and that’s why the Whiskey Wedge is such a perennial hit. Included in the package is an Old-Fashioned whisky glass and silicone ice form. To use, insert the silicone ice form into the glass and freeze water inside the form.

You get a firm and robust wedge of ice in return, which will keep your Old-Fashioned (or any cocktail) cold but not watered down. The best part? This thing actually works.

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The Wristwatch Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanical Wristwatches

The Wristwatch Handbook: A Comprehensive Guide to Mechanical Wristwatches by Ryan Schmidt

Within the pages of this elegant hardcover book is pretty much everything a watch lover could ask for. That includes over 470 colour photographs along with an endless supply of information, all of which brings a veritable bounty of classic timepieces to life. It comes to us from Ryan Schmidt, who spent over a decade researching mechanical watches around the world.

Whether you’re a curious novice or seasoned enthusiast, you’ll find plenty to relish.

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Ashcroft Twist Whiskey Glass Set

Ashcroft Twist Whiskey Glass Set

As it turns out, Man of Many readers are big fans of whisky. We’re definitely not here to judge, hence our copious amounts of whisky coverage. That brings us to the Twist Whiskey Glass Set from Ashcroft Fine Glassware. Made of top quality lead-free crystal, each glass delivers a truly eye-catching aesthetic.

Plus, it holds up to 10 oz. of whisky. What’s there not to love?

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SUUNTO Core All Black Military Men's Outdoor Sports Watch

SUUNTO Core All Black Military Men’s Outdoor Sports Watch

We featured the SUUNTO Core on last year’s list of the 20 Best Tactical Watches, and it hasn’t lost one iota of its allure in the time since.

Aimed squarely at outdoor types (and military personnel), it hosts an altimeter, compass, barometer, weather indicator, and more. Get it in black and take to the wilderness in style.

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Midori MD notebook

Midori MD Notebook – A5 Grid Paper

Formerly included on our list of the 11 Best Notebooks that Aren’t Moleskin, the Midori MD Notebook hails from Japan and comes filled to the brim with creamy A5 grid paper. Bursting with quality, the paper delivers no bleed-through whatsoever, regardless of what kind of pen or pencil you’re using. Our readers have discovered the difference and so should you.

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