You can get your own cheap Hickory hardware for about $10 a piece.
And the folks at Hickory are making a few things of it, too.
They have just announced that they are working with a local hardware maker to create a series of four cheap hardware pieces.
The first of these pieces is the HICKORY PEARL.
This piece of hardware is meant to be used in a kitchen where you would use a bread roll.
The HICKYPEARL is made out of anodized aluminum and weighs only 4.5 ounces.
The Pearl comes with a knife, utensils, utumentary, and a measuring spoon.
The next piece of the HICTORAL collection is the PEAR LOCK.
This is an aluminum lock that you would insert into a door.
The lock is 3/4 inch thick and weighs about 6 ounces.
These pieces of hardware are intended for use in your kitchen or home theater.
The final piece of HICTORY hardware is the HAMMER.
This hammer is made of a lightweight aluminum alloy.
The hammer is 3.75 inches tall and weighs 1.25 ounces.
Each piece of Hammer comes with an 8-foot length of string, and it can be attached to anything with string, including a car key.
The HICKYRIGGS collection of hardware consists of a few pieces.
The HAMMER is made from anodised aluminum.
The hammers weighs just 2.75 ounces.
And it comes with three hooks for securing it to objects.HICKYSHOP is making its own hardware.
It will have a selection of hardware for sale.
These hardware will also come in black, silver, and bronze colors.
It’s unclear when the hardware will arrive, but you can expect to see it soon.
If you’re looking to spend more than a few hundred dollars on a piece of equipment, you should be sure to take the time to get some of the other hardware out there.
And be sure that you take advantage of discounts from other companies.
Hickory’s new hardware is a pretty nice deal, especially if you want to use it as a makeshift kitchen cabinet.
You’ll save money and help the environment, but it’s definitely worth the investment.
If a hardware deal doesn’t interest you, we recommend checking out the other great things we’ve written about at The Next Web.