The May 2009 O List
A few things we think are just great.
Nixon watches
Every Second Counts
Brighten your day, your mood, and your wrist with colorful watches that do double duty as stylish bangles. 

Nixon, $60 each;
Cheryland Cookie
Hello, My Sweet
Rich and sumptuous, these three-inch cookies are topped with buttercream frosting in flavors such as key lime, lemon burst, and orange citrus. Here's to sunny delights—delivered right to your door. 

$30 for 12 or $43 for 24;
Neatco scanner
The Digital Desk
You'll stop losing receipts and business cards (not to mention your mind) with this zippy scanner that's available for either Macs or PCs. It lets you not only quickly save documents to your computer but also organize them into categories. Then you can use your new virtual file drawer to help declutter your home, your office, or your home office. 

Neat, $450; 
The Oprah Store fleece jackets
These light, cotton fleece jackets are extremely soft, come in eight colors, and feature two pockets that are perfect for your keys and gym membership card. Let the workout begin! 

$44 to $46 each;
Coach clutch
A Clutch Moment
If only Alfred Hitchcock were here to film a sequel to To Catch a Thief (and, God, don't we wish he were?). These Riviera-ready satin and patent-leather-trim clutches—with faux-diamond snaps—would be the perfect bait for the movie's master thief, John Robie. 

$258 each; 
Solar Powered flashlight
Let There Be Light
NASA helped create this solar-powered flashlight to provide an energy-efficient substitute for kerosene lamps in the developing world. The really clever idea? When you buy one at full price, you can donate a second one (for just $20) to individuals in places like Uganda, Gaza, and Madagascar. 

$39 or $59 for Buy One/Give One;
Radley umbrella
Swinging in the Rain
Trust a British designer, stuck on her rainy island, to know a thing or two about navigating a downpour while still respecting Mother Nature: The fabric for these blooming umbrellas is made from recycled plastic bottles. 

Radley, $55;
Tory Burch sandals
Notes on a Sandal
Vivid neon stitching adds zing to a traditional leather design. The result? Stylish thongs that are as cute as they are comfortable. 

$195 per pair;
Dell Mini computer
The Smaller, the Better
About the size of a portable DVD player, weighing under three pounds, and featuring a nine-inch screen, this mini laptop is perfect for surfing the Web and checking e-mail on the go. 

$249 and up; 
Digital luggage scale
Around the World in 80 Pounds
Thanks to this easy-to-pack digital luggage scale, you'll avoid extra fees when traveling. It can also answer age-old questions like "Just how heavy is my purse? My briefcase?" Or (on a slow day) "My toddler?" 

Kor water bottle
A Tall Drink of Water
Always wanted to put ice cubes in your water bottle? Then this wide-mouth version is ideal. Plus, the plastic contains no BPA or other harmful chemicals, and 1 percent of sales supports nonprofits committed to environmental issues like ocean protection. 

Kor, $30;