Unless you live in NYC or the Bay Area, odds are you haven't had the pleasure of sipping on a cup of Blue Bottle Coffee. But now, thanks to their new subscription service, you can enjoy their fine brews no matter where you live. You can choose to receive your beans in 6-oz, 12-oz, 24-oz, or 36-oz increments, and get your choice of three subscription options: the Origin, which changes bi-weekly and includes a different single origin coffee every time, the Blend, which is a rotation of the company's drip coffee blends, or the Espresso, which is a rotation of espresso blends, with the occasional single origin thrown in for variety. It's like having a shop right in your kitchen.
Disconnection from Wi-Fi and cellular networks, for a long period of time or even briefly, is panic inducing for many. Beartooth knows that, and aims to keep your communication lines open, regardless of your proximity. The peer-to-peer smartphone case has a software defined radio that allows you to communicate even when a Wi-Fi or cellular service isn't available. Stay on the grid at a crowded conference or rock show, or on an adventure in the mountains, and don't worry about Beartooth bleeding your battery dry, as the case not only keeps you connected but also enhances your battery life.
Odds are you take your phone with you fishing — despite the possibility of it getting wet — so you might as well make it useful. The Deeper Fishfinder is a small, Bluetooth-powered smart sonar that works with your phone to help you get the most out of every trip. Simply attach it to a fishing line and cast it out to where you plan to fish. As soon as it hits the water, it will start sending back data to the companion app, letting you see the depth, number and location of the fish, water temperature, and more. And thanks to its small size, it can be used in places most fishfinders can't, like from a kayak, shore, or dock.
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.