Grab these shiny metal diamond plates and grid panels and convert any room into an industrially-serious zone (note: doing this to your sister’s room while she’s at cheer camp is not nice, and frankly, she’s tired of your shenanigans).
43550-2. When you’re in the market for a barrel pick-up claw, you really want to find the blue metal barrel pick-up claw. That’s the barrel pick-up claw that says to the world, “I will pick up your barrel with my claw in a style you might think is reserved only for elite barrel owners but which is now possible for you as well because of my discerning and egalitarian nature.” Your mileage may vary.
These fabulous glass light fixture covers look like art projects in waiting but were actually made to serve as covers for street lamps. Have you ever seen one up close? Neither had I, but now I kind of want to fill one with popcorn or fruit punch.
While these glass industrial light fixture covers were made for relatively mundane-though-necessary functions, you could use them for all kinds of funky-awesome purposes (maybe not as hats, though, they’re a bit uncomfortable as hats. Not that we know for sure, of course, but we imagine they’d make uncomfortable hats). You could place a small color-changing LED light under one of these covers and expand the light range beautifully thanks to the prismatic line cuts in the glass.
Behold, the Concha Therm Hi-Flow humidifier heater, catalog number 380-55R. We’ve got 12 of them, and while I can’t for the life of me see how these keep delicious conch warm, I usually just wait and order it at a seafood restaurant like everybody else.
43436-2. And so it was that Abraham Lincoln created the mighty ark that saved all of America from zombies and the rising waters of the Ganges. Lo, for he did so using this very welder. What’s that? Ladies & gentlemen, I’m now informed that, in fact, this is not the welder that Lincoln used. It was likely a similar model.
43543-19, -20, and -21. When you want bright, rectangular light, these are the lights you’re gonna’ want. They’re the Sam-the-Eagles of industrial lighting, if industrial lighting were rendered in Muppet form, which: why not? Larger model on the left is labeled Steiner, with paperwork that says, “Executive 25,” and measures 20 x 8 x 25”H. Models on the right measure 16 x 6 x 20”H.
If you need a support for your theodolites, total stations, and/ or transits (and/or if you know what theodolites, total stations, and/ or transits are), we’ve got you set with these handy tripods. Get out there and SURVEY! By Wild and Dietzgen.
In this photo: 41943-57: surveyor transit in wooden crate with original label, by C.L. Berger & Sons. While we’re fairly certain things won’t appear older when surveyed with this equipment, we can attest that the equipment itself looks amazing. I would totally put one of these on display in my house just because that’s how I roll. “Yeah, back when I was a surveyor” stories are just now warming up.