As the first bike out of the company's Indonesian arm, you'd think the Deus Ex Machina Bali Dog Motorcycle would be a display-type piece. Instead, it never quits changing. Reimagined multiple times to suit the current rider's needs, it began life as a plastic-clad Yamaha Scorpio, which has since been completely stripped, and is currently outfitted with knobby tires appropriate for the island's rugged trails, a plastic fender for added durability, a vintage lamp and seat for retro appeal, a custom tank built to match the matte-black look, and, of course, bars for carrying your board to and from the beach.
Dedicated to World Badminton Champion Lin Dan, the Montblanc TimeWalker Pythagore Ultra-Light Concept Watch is an intriguing mix of modern engineering and old-world technique. The 40mm case is made using black DLC titanium for the lugs and ITR2, a composite material made from carbon nanotubes, mixed with Kevlar carbon for the middle case, back, bezel, and crown. The dial is skeletonized and the case back made from mineral glass, letting you get a good view of the Calibre MB M62.48 movement that's based on Pythagoras's Golden Ratio and recalls the Minerva Pythagore movement from 1943. The end result is one of the world's lightest mechanical timepieces — it weighs just 14.88 grams — and when paired with the black nylon strap, one of its more striking, too.
Get all the legendary cooking prowess in a more manageable size with the Big Green Egg MiniMax Grill. This diminutive grill stands less than 20" tall, yet still manages to pack 133 square inches of cooking area inside, and uses the same patented air flow system to give you precise control over temps, whether you're grilling, smoking, or baking. It's also made from the same high-quality ceramics as its bigger siblings, so it's built to last, but still weighs nearly 100 lbs — making it less "portable" and more "movable" than its size would suggest.
Whether you're prepping for the EOTWAWKI or just wanting to make sure you're over prepared for your next camping trip, the Morakniv Bushcraft Survival Knife. It has a 4.3-inch high carbon steel blade with a black coating to prevent corrosion, paired with an ergonomic rubber grip. Just as important is the included sheath, which houses an integrated diamond sharpener and has a rubber spine that holds the included firestarter. With the ability to cut firewood, light it, and even kill something for you to cook over it, it's a versatile woodman's tool that is well deserving of a spot in your bug out bag.