If you grill with gas, chances are you've been there — you get all the necessary stuff together, and are all set to cook up a great dinner, when you realize you've run out of gas. But with the Refuel Smart Propane Tank you can leave these problems in the past, because you'll always know how much propane you have left. It uses a waterproof scale to keep track of your propane levels, wirelessly transmitting the information to an app on your phone. An included wired indicator attaches magnetically to your grill, so you can tell at a glance when it's time to fill your tank, even without pulling out your phone.
100 years is a long time for any company to stay in business — but especially a car company. The Maserati Alfieri Concept was created to celebrate the trident's centennial while serving as a hint of what the company's next sports car will be. Inspired in part by the 1954 Maserati A6 GCS-53, this 2+2 offers features like a 4.7L V8 engine good for 460 hp, a six-speed electro-actuated gearbox, Brembo brakes, TFT displays in the instrument panel, bi-xenon and LED headlamps, three dimensional candy-cane tail lights, 21-inch wheels, and a liquid metal-colored paint job. Let's just hope it doesn't take another hundred years to make it.
When you find yourself on an Alaskan adventure, make sure to capture it in the right way.
Poler Prospector Parka ($162). Poler Reversible Vest ($62). Poler Excursion Pack ($140). Poler Wy'East Glove ($89). Poler x Smith and Smith IO Goggles ($175). DJI Phantom 2 ($680). Nike Lunarterra Arktos Shoes ($190). Genuine US Navy Watch Cap ($7). Pelican 1500 Water Tight Protective Case ($100). Gerber Bear Grylls Canteen ($25). GoPole Evo ($40). 76 LED Headlamp ($47). Ricoh GR Digital Camera ($637).
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Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you just can't get away from work — so instead of staying in the office, take the office with you in the Brabus 800 iBusiness Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG. Based on the Mercedes G 65, but completely kitted out from front to back, this G Wagon sports a 6.0-liter V12 twin-turbo engine that produces 800 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of electronically-limited torque. Inside it's powered by a slew of Apple devices, including a Mac Mini, an Apple TV, an iPad and an iPod touch, all integrated into the entertainment system and controlled by an iPhone app. The inside has been entirely refinished in fine leather and Alcantara, with articulating rear seats replacing the standard bench. And with an integrated high-speed modem and WLAN, you may just find you do all your work from the road.
Qi wireless charging is great if your phone has it. What's not so great is trying to find the hotspot on your charger, so that you don't set your phone down and walk away, only to come back to find a dead device. The Tylt Vu Wireless Charger eliminates this issue with multi-coil free positioning technology that lets you drop your phone down — in either orientation — and have it charge just as rapidly as a wall charger without the need to fool with the placement.
There's a new challenger to the throne of fastest production car in the world — and while its Swedish origins might inspire some doubt, just seeing the Koenigsegg One:1 is enough to eliminate your incredulity. Its limited run of just half a dozen cars (each already sold) may draw into question its status as a production car, but one thing that's beyond question is its ability to produce some serious power. With a state-of-the-art turbocharged V8 engine, it's capable of producing 1,360 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque across an incredibly flat curve. Built as a race car that can be comfortably driven on the street, it has a wealth of tech taken straight from the track world: like an almost completely carbon fiber construction, adaptive aerodynamics, and a top-mounted wing. And since it claims to be able to reach 280 miles-per-hour, the Germans and Italians may be looking north for inspiration on their next run of so-called super cars.
Ever since the iPhone debuted in 2007, people have been looking for a good way to integrate it into their cars. Some used dash mounts, some rely on Bluetooth, but nearly every option relied on you using the iPhone itself. But no more. Arriving on select models this year, Apple CarPlay integrates your iPhone 5, 5C, or 5S with your car's existing controls and infotainment screen, letting you use Siri, the car's touchscreen, or even various knobs and controls to do things like get directions, make and answer calls, send and receive texts, and play music, all while enjoying an Apple-designed, iOS-like interface that's worlds better than the built-in mess you're used to.
It might be called "mobile", but this isn't some shanty on wheels. Instead, the Escape Mobile Cabin is a sleek one-bedroom space that is technically classified as a Park Model RV, allowing it to be delivered to you as a fully-complete living solution. features include a built-in bed with nightstands, a premium bathroom with optional walk-in tile shower, a full kitchen with optional stainless appliances, a main living area with vaulted ceilings, a window wall, and an optional fireplace, and, finally, an optional screened in living area off the main. Whether you're using it as a woodsy cottage, a guest cabin, or even just a small home, it's a great — and surprisingly affordable — option.
When you're traveling — whether it be in the wilderness or the far more dangerous airport concourse — it's nice to have several ways to get to your stuff. The Filson Duffle Backpack gives you exactly that. Built from rugged Cordura nylon for resistance to both water and abrasions, this versatile bag offers a drawstring top and a zippered front to give you ways to get to the main compartment, an integrated rain cover to keep things dry, dependable RIRI zippers, and removable shoulder straps that let you transition from backpack to regular bag.
When you're out on the race track, timing is everything — from figuring out exactly how late you can brake, to getting your shifts down perfectly, to hitting all the right lines — everything contributes to shaving seconds off your lap time. The CT Scuderia Corsa Watch is made with exactly this in mind — with a design inspired by the clunky stop-watches typically worn around the neck by those helping you measure those precious seconds. It features a prominent start/stop button that protrudes from the watch case, making it simple to press even when you're on the move. With interchangeable bands made from leather materials regularly found in performance cars, and a range of colored cases and buttons available, you can customize it just as much as you do your ride.
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Jaguar F-TYPE Coupe (starting at $65,000). Burberry Brit Blazer ($850). Beams Plus Knitted Sweater ($110). Gant Hopsack Smarty Pants ($295). John W. Nordstrom Driving Gloves ($25). Apolis Transit Issue Keychain ($38). Tanner Goods Standard Belt ($105). Marsell Boots ($840). Coach Bleeker Billfold Wallet ($128). Wonderland Mojave Sunglasses ($135).
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Odds are, you care just as much about how a product looks as you care how well it works — and the Grain Audio Passive Bookshelf Speakers combine the aesthetics of solid wood with the performance of professional-grade speakers. They use FSC certified solid walnut in each of their speakers, so no two look exactly alike, while also adding heft and helping contribute to their acoustics. A solid MDF enclosure helps your audio sound excellent each time you listen, regardless of your musical preferences. Each speaker features 25 to 75 watts of power and a five-and-a-quarter inch mid bass woofer with neodymium magnets and CCAW voice coils.