The Tentsile Connect is our lighter 2 person tree tent (a.k.a. portable treehouse). With a removable fly sheet, available in a choice of colours it offers you and your partner the chance to connect with nature and with each other. Also connect it to other Tentsile Connect tents to create suspended super-camps of 3 or more tents. This way you can add a sheltered central communal space and conquer the forest canopy. Lighter, cheaper, modular, versatile and truly the best in lightweight arboreal camping at this price. Now you and your friends can all hang out together with no limit to the size of your crew.
‘Aposematic Jacket’ is a wearable camera for self-defense. The lenses on the jacket give off the warning signal, I can record you, to prevent possible attack. When the wearer pushes a button under threat, the jacket records the scene in 360 degrees and sends the images to the Web. Continue »
This PowerCube can be used standalone, or to expand the PowerCube Extended or Extended USB, providing five additional outlets. The PowerCube Original USB can be used standalone or to expand the PowerCube Extended or Extended USB. In addition to 4 power outlets, the PowerCube Original USB also provides a Dual USB-port. This powered USB port enables the user to charge a cell phone, camera, MP3-player, GPS, etc.
Plan V is a failsafe device you don’t need to charge and is so small you can take it everywhere (on your keyring). It works much like a car jumper cable. You simply connect a 9 volt battery to the Plan V device and then hook it up to your phone. And since these are the square batteries you find in smoke alarms, they’re about as widely available as chocolate bars. Continue »
Boa nerve is an all-out messenger bag that works hard for you whether you’re a businessman or bike messenger. Designed to be equally tough, sleek and insanely innovative, it comes packed with an abundance of cool functionality. This model features a water-repellent tarpaulin exterior to ensure your gear stays dry.
The new Powerlace auto-lacing system is the most effective means of tying shoelaces the hands-free way. The mere insertion of the foot automatically engages the lacing system’s mechanism. The activation of the small lever found at the lower rear end of the shoe unlocks the power system. It’s really that simple! The total energy required for the lacing system’s mechanism is provided for by the weight of one’s body. The Powerlace shoe has been extensively tested in laboratories and has been subject to the wear and tear conditions when in actual use.
How much power is too much power? In the motorcycle world, it’s a question that will never be answered. But if you love customs and don’t mind changing your underwear after every ride, Bill Webb has the solution for you. His latest creation is the Stoc RR: a 178 hp Honda CBR1000rr turned into a “café fighter.” It’s a stripped-back sportbike with a retro-futuristic vibe, and because Bill is an industrial designer, the mods are easily installed and don’t require welding skills. Continue »
The sauna has a special place in the heart of every Scandinavian, especially the Finns who have more than two million saunas in their home country. One particularly special offering is the Saunalautta – a floating sauna houseboat. Part sauna, part houseboat, part mobile campsite – it was built by a group of friends for personal enjoyment, but it’s now available to rent for any holidaymaker in Finland. Continue »
It easily folds up almost flat for storage, due to its clever and practical design. When almost flat, it occupies extremely little space. For all the travellers out there, this is the ultimate easy-to-carry “relaxation tool”. Just take it with you on the beach or on the rooftop deck and enjoy the perfect sunset.
To start your aerial shoot, just turn your camera on and press launch in your app. Your drone will fly into its default position and the video will start streaming directly into your smartphone. Continue »
Winter is coming, and thats not a bad thing. Think Alpine vacation. Total cool and calm. You can find that and more at any of our five favorite ski resorts in Europe. More than your ordinary travel destination, these mountainside retreats promise a holistic experience of myriad of winter sports opportunities, stunning photography, and striking architecture. Continue »
The Note Edge provides users with a new way to access information, engage with their mobile device, and express their personality and tastes. The device’s unique curved Edge screen provides quick access to frequently used apps, alerts and device functionality all with the swipe of a thumb, even when the cover is closed. Continue »
Quadrofoil is a thrilling, yet quiet and eco-friendy watercraft. It’s silent motor and zero emissions enable it to ride on lakes, rivers, seas & eco-zones where most motor boats and PWC’s are not allowed. No noise, no waves, no emissions.It flies over water at 1 €/h and hardly any annual maintenance costs. That makes it the most efficient PWC on the water. Continue »
The Z.A.P.S. Gear Survival Grenade was designed to be easily unraveled when needed but to be secure in its structural integrity until then. A rip cord, made of a length of high-contrast colored paracord for ease of seeing even in low light conditions, is included. When the survival kit is needed, just pull on the rip cord, and the secured end of the outer paracord wrap will come free, revealing your unravel start point. Continue »
Unlike the El Dorado, Audace and Touring SE, the three Moto Guzzi California 1400 variants on display at EICMA, the MGX-21 appears only to be a concept model. At least for now. The avant-garde design seems to pull some styling bravado from Victory, a few cues from Harley-Davidson’s Fat Boy and Street Glide, with an enclosed tail section borrowed from the Arlen Ness style guide. Continue »
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