Ever wonder how much power your flashlight might be wasting throwing its full beam at objects that are only a few feet away? The Nitecore Sens Mini Flashlight does not suffer from this problem. Sporting a Cree LED capable of putting out 170 lumens, this tiny light measures less than two and a half inches long, and uses an accelerometer to figure out the angle you're holding it at, and thus how bright to make the light — less power when it's aimed down and you're trying to find your keys, more power when it's aimed horizontally and you're trying to figure out what's making all that noise in the bushes. It also features a waterproof, military-grade hard anodized aluminum alloy body, three brightness levels, a runtime of 14 hours (thanks to its intelligent dimming), and the ability to be used with only one hand or attached to a keychain, so that you'll never be without a light.
It sounds too good to be true — a quality, stylish, maintenance-free bike for a reasonable price. But that's exactly what the Priority Bike is meant to be. It starts with an oversized aluminum frame that refuses to rust, continues with a belt-driven system that requires virtually no maintenance, and concludes with a smooth three-geared system. Or maybe not, since the bike also comes with a tire pump, water bottle cage, a comfy seat, and puncture-resistant tires. With only five minutes required to put the thing together, you'll be on the road in no time.
There's few things you can drink that offer the kick of a quickly-quaffed shot. And with these Alexander Wang Shot Glasses, you can take one anywhere/anytime you feel like it — and do so in style. Each of the four included glasses is made from 100% stainless steel with a pale gold finish, and stacks up so as to fit inside the included carrying case, made from black snakeskin-embossed material that's PVC on the outside and suede on the inside (so as to not scratch your glasses). As for the liquor itself? That's up to you.
There are plenty of pots and pans out there that promise faster cook times and more even heating — but none of them feature technology designed by an actual rocket scientist. Surrounded by unique fins that effectively channel heat upwards from your cook top, these Flare Pans heat up quicker while cooking your food faster and more evenly. Able to cook as much as 44% faster than standard cookware, these pots and pans are made from highly-conductive cast aluminum. Choose from a saucepan, a lidded stockpot, and frying pans in two sizes, or buy them in a set and experience the benefits of speedier, more uniform cooking.