Pretty much any soundbar is going to sound better than your TV's built-in speakers. Problem is, most of them aren't so great to look at. The Libratone Diva Soundbar promises to sound great and look good doing it. Inside its wool-covered body — it's actually a zippered cover, so you can change out the color as you like — it packs a 5-inch, 75W woofer, two 50W 3-inch midrange drivers, and two 25W ribbon-based tweeters, as well as support for Spotify Connect, AirPlay, DLNA, and Bluetooth. After you've set ut up using the accompanying app, you can also control it with your existing TV remote, making it as easy to use as it is to look at.
When you decide to name a car after a legendary race course, you'd better make damn sure it's not a slouch. Fortunately, the Vencer Sarthe is worthy of its namesake. Named for the famous Circuit de la Sarthe Le Mans race course and inspired by sports cars from the '80s Le Mans era, this Dutch-built supercar is powered by a 6.3-liter supercharged V8 outputting 613 hp, and features a six-speed manual gearbox, automatic rear spoiler, two-tone leather interior with Alcantara inserts, a lightweight carbon fiber body, and a Torsen limited-slip differential to help get the power to the road — because unlike a lot of modern racers, there are no computer assits to be found here.
As you prepare to swap out your current phone for the new iPhone 6, it's time to find the best case to protect that new investment. Grovemade's iPhone 6 Cases should be in the running, as each one features a hand stained all natural wood exterior. Go minimal with a bumper or more functional with a premium vegetable-tanned leather cover, or simply an all-wood case, each available in either Walnut or Maple. Their thinnest and most durable cases to date are handmade with care on-site in Portland, Oregon and are ready to meet your new iPhone.
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