Clever name. Even more clever features. The Awair Air Quality Monitor, as the name suggests, uses a host of sensors to keep track of the air around you, including the temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide, toxic chemicals, and dust. But instead of leaving it up to you to make use of those numbers, you tell it what's important you — allergy concerns, sleep quality, or productivity, for example — and it will make suggestions based on its reading to help change your behavior. In addition, it can also talk to connected devices like thermostats, humidifiers, air purifiers, filters, and fans, so it can take care of adjustments all on its own.
One of only 197 ever sold, this 1973 Nissan Skyline H/T 2000 GT-R Kenmeri represents the last GT-R model the world would see for over 15 years. Chassis no. KPGC110-000127, it is powered by a 2.0L, 160hp S20 straight-six engine, sports a distinctive upright design with an upswept C-pillar shape, and is referred to as the "Kenmeri" because of the ad campaign behind it, which featured a fiction couple named Ken & Mary exploring the countryside. It shows less than 15,000 original miles, making it not only exceedingly rare, but also as "new" an example as you could hope to find.
Racing legend Brian Redman enjoyed success during the '60s and '70s, one of the most challenging eras of driving. One of his more notable wins was in a red and white Porsche 908/02, in which he outlasted a Ferrari at the Nurburgring. The Autodromo Prototipo Brian Redman Edition Watch celebrates his career, with a nod to that specific car coming in its red and white face. Limited to 500 pieces, the 48mm x 42mm timepiece has a stainless steel case — the first 100 pieces are covered in 18K gold plate — and it's powered by a Seiko VK63 chronograph movement. Other features include a running second hand, sapphire crystal, special collectors box, and a booklet signed by Redman himself. Finished with a leather racing strap.
The worlds of rock music and skateboarding aren't that far apart, but they are truly combined in the form of these Prisma Skateboard Guitars. Built using wood from broken and used skateboards, each guitar is legitimately one of a kind. The beautiful instruments use anywhere between 4 and 44 skateboards before they are completed by the a 22 year old self-taught woodworker who creates each one from scratch. Hours of skating get recycled into hours of strumming in the form of these truly unique pieces of musical art.