Top products from r/CGPGrey2

We found 12 product mentions on r/CGPGrey2. We ranked the 11 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top comments that mention products on r/CGPGrey2:

u/fleetingjackrabbit · 4 pointsr/CGPGrey2

I've heard very good things about the Le'aokuu Hip Bag, which isn't quite a fanny pack but you can certainly make it one if you change up the straps. It's really great since it doesn't just clamp around your waist but also around your thigh, making it optimal for movement. It's also pretty stylish, which is a plus!

Here's a good review on the bag, although the one he is reviewing I believe is smaller. If anything, hip bags could be something to look into!

u/the_splatterer · 3 pointsr/CGPGrey2

I did the same thing a few weeks ago. I bought the Intuous art small - basically the cheapest one with touch capabilities. I set it in "pen mode" as grey noted and I'm loving it so far. I've posted the Amazon Uk link below.
Wacom Intuos CTH-490AB-S Art Pen and Touch Graphics Tablet - Small, Blue

u/GanymedeNative · 4 pointsr/CGPGrey2

One of them was The Checklist Manifesto. I read this one and really enjoyed it.

u/Cghempel · 4 pointsr/CGPGrey2

I don't remember many of them, but I'm quite sure you should start with David Allen's "Getting Things Done".

u/MBraedley · 1 pointr/CGPGrey2

Slightly different style, but this is what I would buy (or something similar) to fill the purpose:

> Sling Bag, MALEDEN Water Resistant Outdoor Shoulder Backpack Chest Pack Crossbody Bags for Women and Men Causal Daypacks for Hiking Cycling and Travel

u/hazabee · 3 pointsr/CGPGrey2

There's a book titled The Big Sort: Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America is Tearing Us Apart by Bill Bishop. I haven't read it myself and only came across it yesterday, but it seems relevant to what we're discussing here.