Never forget your combination again with the Master Lock Bluetooth Padlock. This smart lock opens via a free companion app that also lets you see your access history, tamper alerts, and battery status. There's a directional keypad on the front for backup access if you forget your phone, a boron carbide shackle that's resistant to cutting and sawing, and you can even give friends temporary access through the app. This version is for indoor use only, but there's a weather-resistant version available if you need it.
Compiled using bones from three T-rex skeletons found in Montana and Wyoming, this Tyrannosaurus Rex Skeleton is a museum-quality piece of history. The skeleton is 45% complete, with 135 of its 300 parts in tact, while the rest are filled in with accurate replicas. Named Roosevelt, after the nearby reservoir that was built as part of FDR's New Deal, it sits on a custom steel armature and measures 38 feet long and 12 feet high — so you'd better have a Jurassic-sized room if you plan on putting this in your house.
An award winning IPA for years, it's easy to brag about this great IPA — especially when it's brewed so close to our home. Columbus Brewing Bodhi IPA might seem simple enough, brewed with a blend of hops that are highlighted by one of the most aromatic — Citra. But there's nothing simple about its taste, as it manages to define what so many brewers have trouble with — consistency. It might not wreck your palate or smell like a fresh cut grapefruit, but it will be one of your new favorite IPAs, if it isn't already.
It's a universal truth: everyone hates folding clothes, even those who never spent hour after mindless hour folding tees on the floor of a retail store. The Foldimate Clothes Folding Machine makes sure you never have to fold again. Simply clip your clothes to its rotating rack, and hit start. It sucks each one inside, where robotic arms give it a perfect fold before dropping it down to the removal tray. It can buy you precious time currently spent in front of the dryer, soften and de-wrinkle while folding, and even give your duds a spray of your favorite cologne before you put them away.
The KE-7A is rare enough in itself — essentially an M4 clad in black chrome and sealed against dirt, it was built for the US military, and in very small numbers. So this Unopened Leica KE-7A Camera is even more unique. Still sealed in its original paper bag, the camera comes with an also-rare 50mm f/2.0 Eclan lens, as well as accessories like a lens hood, cap, case, strap, cable release, and the original manual. The only issue is having the willpower not to open it after it arrives.
Made from a pair of headlights from a retired 747-400, the Boeing Headlight Lamp is just as much of a sculptural piece as it is a light source. The aluminum body evokes the same aerodynamic lines as the iconic jumbo jet and is supported by a certificate of authenticity. The structure has been reinforced to stand upright and sits on a custom-fabricated steel base. All of the electrical components have been updated and the two halogen sealed-beam headlights have been covered in a film for a more subtle glow to your industrial den or home office.
DECT technology is nothing new — if you were alive in the '90s, you no doubt had a cordless telephone that used it. It's just that these OneClassic Speakers are the first speakers to ever use it. Thanks to this decades-old wireless standard, the speakers are synchronized 100 times every second, keeping timing errors between the right and left speakers to less than half a micro-second, or 50 times less than Wi-Fi-based wireless speakers, and they can also be integrated into an all-wireless, true 5.1 surround system. All you need to do is plug in a USB dongle, plug the see-through acrylic speakers in, and enjoy high-quality sound without the wires.
A saw can be a very handy thing to have when you're in the wild. The Filzer Buckster Bow Saw lets you pack one along with you without securing an unwieldy blade to your bag. It has an all-aluminum frame, with a stainless steel tensioning system and a comfortable rubber handle, and can handle trees and logs over a foot in diameter. Yet the whole thing packs into a single tube measuring 19 inches long and less than an inch and a half around, and it weighs just 1.3 pounds so it's easy to pack along with you.
Offering a solid mix of performance and capacity, the De Antonio D33 Yacht is a striking weekend cruiser. At nearly ten meters long, it can accommodate up to 10 people, with sundecks at the bow and stern and two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a kitchen underneath. It's powered by two hidden engines producing up to 350 hp each, with features including LED lighting, on-deck shower, and an optional 12-inch touchscreen GPS navigation system, and comes in three styles: standard, sport, or "classy". Available in partially-covered Cruiser or Open configurations, both of which feature the vessel's signature angular styling.
Gin is one of the most versatile spirits on the planet, and the folks at Pickering's put that reputation to the test with these limited edition Pickering's Oak Aged Gins. They traveled to source some of the best ex-Scotch whisky casks before bringing them home and filling them with their gin. Casks were chosen from each of the five Scotch regions — Highland, Islay, Island, Lowland, and Speyside. The different casks provide unique flavors and colors to the Pickerings' Gin, but with a yield of only 200 bottles per cask, they won't last long.
Designed to accommodate an affection for reclaimed materials, the Rust Residence takes inspiration from Dallas' prairie homesteads in the Texas Blackland. The home is separated by function throughout a series of buildings connected by a continuous walkway. The simple forms are covered in panels of recycled corrugated steel, weathering over time and giving the home a unique patina. Salvaged timber taken from old snow fencing add to the vintage quality of the exterior on the north and south walls. In contrast to the reclaimed exterior, the inside carries a contemporary theme with minimal decor, concrete floors, and clean white walls. A large set of glass doors open up to one of four outdoor patios, allowing the kitchen to flow out to the pool for relief from those blazing Texas days.
Your camera might have Wi-Fi control. It might not. It doesn't really matter, because there's no chance it can match the features of the Pulse Camera Remote. This Bluetooth-based remote sits atop your camera's hot shoe and connects to it via USB, giving you an unprecedented level of control. It can do all the normal things, like set the aperture, shutter speed, and ISO, take photos, and record video, and give you a preview of the image. But it also enables super-precise control over long exposures without the need to sit next to the camera, and has advanced timelapse features that let you ramp the ISO and shutter speed over time to match the changing natural light. Compatible with nearly every modern Canon or Nikon DSLR, as well as the Panasonic GH4.
Tastefully upgraded in nearly every way imaginable, this 1967 Ford Mustang Supercharged Fastback is a proud custom classic. Nicknamed "Obsidian", it's powered by a fuel-injected 392ci V8 outfitted with twin superchargers, giving it an output of nearly 850hp and a 0-60 time of four seconds. The car also has a tubular box frame with a hidden roll cage, a NASCAR-style aluminum belly pan, Brembo brakes, custom aluminum wheels, and a custom hood and grille cut from billet aluminum. Inside, the engine and firewall pushed back for better weight distribution, while the Recaro heated seats were also moved back to fit taller drivers like the current owner: an ex-NBA player.
Beyond smartphones, the two gadgets you see most often at the gym are fitness trackers and headphones. Samsung Gear IconX Earphones combine these two into a compact package. The 'phones have 4GB of internal storage, so you can play music without taking your phone with you, and built-in sensors record data like heart rate, distance, speed, and calories burned. Of course, you can also stream music to them over Bluetooth, an ambient sound mode ensures you can hear what's going on around you when you're running on/near the road, and the included carrying case doubles as a charger, giving you two extra top-offs before you need to find an outlet.
Crafted from blades salvaged from a furniture factory, these Bandsaw Blade Steak Knives will add a little extra character to your next meal. The blades are made from high-grade carbon steel, develop a rich, blue-gray patina over tima, and are attached with hand-hammered copper rivets. Available with your choice of black walnut, osage orange, toasted maple, or American holly handles.
A cohesive use of wood, concrete, and black metal give a Tel Aviv apartment a contemporary update. The centerpiece of the Duplex Penthouse is a sculptural staircase suspended throughout the two-story home. The cable rods play with incoming light, creating a graphic showpiece throughout the interior. With a desire to create privacy between quiet parents and their two children, the home is equipped with a series of modular elements. The sliding partitions, hidden bar, and dual-swinging front door change the function of every room, while creating separate spaces for adults and kids. Keeping the youngsters in their quarters shouldn't be difficult thanks to an indoor playground, fitted with a wood cabin, blackboard, dance bar, and individual bunks. The interior extends out to a timber pergola for an outdoor space to enjoy the coastal weather and skyline views.
When faux-hoverboards burst on to the scene — in quite literal fashion — we knew there was something familiar about them. They looked like a Segway without the handle. Now the originator is trying its hand with the Segway MiniPro. Unlike cheaper-built boards, it uses precision sensors and a unique knee control bar to make it easy to ride, which is good since it can hit 10 mph while traveling up to 14 miles per charge. It also has built-in automatic headlights, LED taillights, and most importantly, intelligent algorithms that adapt to your riding style.
We all have things we want to do, places we want to go, movies we want to watch, books we want to read. Keeping track of all those things can be a chore. Soon makes it easy. This slick app lets you keep tabs on all sorts of things you plan on doing, and brings in content like photos, posters, previews, and more automatically to remind you why you wanted to do it in the first place. Even better, it's social, so you can organize trips with your friends, or, if you're just bored and looking for something to do, see what they've got planned.
Created for a British customer with very specific tastes, this Ferrari 458 MM Speciale is a one-of-a-kind example of Italian engineering. The glasshouse is extended with black A pillars to give it a visor-like look, changes that led to an all-new handcrafted aluminum body, with composite carbon bumpers, a spoiler in the rear, new side air scoops for the reconfigured cooling system, and a paint scheme that pays homage to its home country's flag. It sits on custom wheels, with modified lights, an improved audio system, and contrast stitching on the upholstery, and unfortunately, is highly unlikely to ever be duplicated.
Take one of the most iconic eyewear silhouettes of all time, add a flashy yet functional twist, and you get Ray-Ban Ambermatic Sunglasses. These limited edition shades take the classic aviator design and expand on it with photochromic lenses lenses that darken from yellow to brown depending on the ambient light. Available in four distinct styles, each of which has its own personality while staying true to the aviator style.
With plenty of power and a rugged powder-coated steel frame, the Super 73 Electric Bike gets you around in style. It's powered by a 1,000 watt motor, letting it hit a top speed over 25 mph — perfect for urban exploring — and has disc brakes to bring you to a stop safely. The 4.75-inch wide tires good for most terrain, the removable battery pack has 20 miles of range without pedaling, and the thumb throttle and LCD display make it easy to control. It's finished off with a cup holder, bottle opener, and USB charging port, and is available in a rainbow of hues.
Asus' Republic of Gamers has been building bleeding-edge gaming PC components for 10 years now. To celebrate the occasion, they've completely rethought the relationship between the motherboard and case. The Asus Rog Avalon Gaming PC is the result. This concept rig has separate boards for the SSD, PSU, and graphics, giving you the ability to swap components with plug-and-play ease. Each component is accessible through the front of the case, and the motherboard is based on a Z170 chipset with modular rear I/O for maximum customizability.
If you're serious about whiskey, but often find yourself beyond the reach of your personal collection, this Louis Vuitton Portable Whiskey Bar promises to make you feel right at home, no matter how far away you are. Built in the 1980's, this special-order travelling bar is in excellent condition, showing little to no signs of wear. The exterior is lined in Epi leather, with gold-plated studs, latches, lock, and original key. Inside, it's lined in deep green alcantara and grained leather, fitted with a heavy glass silver-mounted whiskey carafe, four whiskey beakers, and a Thermos-lined ice bucket. Way more than you'll ever need to class up any travel destination.
It's by no means as iconic as the Jeep, but the Icon Willys Overland has a story to tell nonetheless. It was designed by Industrial Designers Society of America co-founder Brooks Stevens, who employed a Jeep-like nose to appeal to servicemen who'd ridden in Jeeps during the war. This particular example was found in West Virginia, where it had been stored after years of service at a summer camp. It has since seen the engine replaced with a GM 5.3L V8 mated to a five speed transmission, only one of many upgrades made to the chassis, suspension, brakes, and steering, while the original upholstery remains intact, enhanced with modern A/C, a Bluetooth speaker system, iPhone dock behind the steering wheel, and removable powered refrigerator.
Combining Bluetooth technology and flexed strength materials, the Raden A50 Luggage Set is giving giving smart luggage both brains and brawn. Proximity sensors sync to an iOS app to help keep track of your bag, while an ergonomic carry handle acts as a scale to save you from overweight fees. An integrated battery has enough juice to fully charge your phone up to four times. The sleek Makrolon Polycarbonate shell lets you travel light, while also being durable enough to hold up to any airport abuse. The set includes two sizes and is available in eight different colors, ranging from matte black to light pink.