DSPTCH’s BASE Object Unveils 2 Cold-Rolled Steel EDC Desktop Accessories

Oct 19, 2020

Category: Gear

If you’re fond of the technical prowess displayed by urban EDC label, DSPTCH, it’s likely that you’ll fall into the unique niche of its sub-brand, BASE Object. Departing from the traditional, gear-focused pleasantries of its counterpart, BASE takes a more utilitarian approach to everyday office accessories. Now, the brand is subverting expectations with its latest Cold-Rolled Steel series.

The BASE Object Cold-Rolled Steel collection is a dramatic departure from the brand’s conventional Polystone-crafted products. Instead of utilizing the faux-ceramic for their foundation, the capsule’s unique Desk Cup and Valet Tray take on a much more robust mixture of materials, highlighting their minimalistic approach with laser-cut, cold-rolled metals, folded edges, and an abrasion-resistant powder coat. If you’re looking to add a touch of industrial flair to your workspace, Mark Kelley and Richard Liu’s utility-approved products are an attractive proposition. Head to DSPTCH’s website, where you can find the BASE Object Desk Cup and Valet for $37, and $62, respectively.

Purchase: $37+

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