The final piece for your fixed gear bike is here, and it's made from a solid piece of walnut. Each Lenkr V1 Wooden Bike Handlebar features a solid aluminum core and a unique look thanks to the natural wood grain. It also boasts end caps made of anodized aluminum and weighs only 285 grams, making it great for everyday biking. The premium-grade walnut is finished with a special varnish and is sure to give any bike a timeless look that will show beautiful signs of wear.
The result of a collaboration between South Africa's preeminent bicycle frame builder Duncan MacIntyre and composite expert Anton Dekker, the Dutchmann Vicious Bike is a truly elite ride. The frame — designed by MacIntyre for competitive cyclists in the '80s — is hand-brazed from Reynolds 653 and Columbus steel tubing, while the custom tri-spoke wheels are crafted from high-end carbon fiber composites. Other components are supplied by trusted companies like Campagnolo, Vredenstein, and Brooks. Limited to just 10 examples.
Yep, the song will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day. But even former Beatles would appreciate the quality of the Y.Co Yellow Submarine. Built by the mini-submarine masters at GSE Trieste, the VAS 525/60 (its technical name) is over 27 feet long, can drop down to 160 meters, and can hold up to five passengers, or at least half of the people hanging out on your yacht. The fact that it looks just like the title object from an iconic song? A total coincidence, we're sure.
Power and light are at a premium when you're on the trail, since, you know, there aren't any outlets available. The BioLite NanoGrid System provides both. This 4-in-1 system can function as a lantern, a torch, a powerbank for your USB-charging gadgets, and a daisy-chain overhead lighting setup. The starter kit includes one PowerLight — a 4,400 mAh battery pack and LED light all in one — and two SiteLights, 150 lumen lamps on ten feet of cord that daisy chain off the PowerLight to let you cover your entire campsite in illumination. You can expand the system by adding extra SiteLights, as it will support up to four, making it even more useful around the home should your power go out. Best of all, the entire system is compact, letting you replace multiple devices in your bag with a simple, affordable, and lightweight solution.
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If you're like us, you're fed up with the price of razors. And the mega shave company's plan to bring down the price by shaving with the same blade for a month is a disgusting recipe for disaster. Fortunately, there's Dollar Shave Club. They deliver amazing razors for a few bucks. Your first box comes with four cartridges and a free handle. Then every month (or every other month) you get a full sleeve of replacement cartridges for a couple bucks. That means you can afford to change blades as often as you like. That's an upgrade from scraping a month old blade across your face!
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Nobody likes to lose important stuff, and the makers of Tile want to end your fruitless searches. Tile is a tiny, helpful gadget that helps you keep track of important items like your wallet, bag, and keys. Just open up the free app on your smartphone and see all of the items you've attached Tile to on a map, and make them beep so they're back in your hands quickly. And other Tile users can help as well when you're in the midst of a difficult search just by walking by.
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Kryptonite Evolution Bicycle U-Lock ($58). TID No 1 Watch ($283). Conquer Bicycle Multitool ($9). SOG Aegis Mini Knife ($53). iPhone NomadKey ($25). KMC Bicycle Chain Half-Link ($1-9). Petzl Pro Attache Screw-Lock Carabiner ($21). Cross Tech3+ Pen with Stylus ($34).
Forget filling your garage with single-purpose lawn care equipment. The Troy-Bilt Flex System is all you need. A whole new approach to yard care, FLEX features one engine with multiple attachments — a unique solution that pairs a self-propelled power base with various attachments to serve as a mower, leaf blower, snow thrower or pressure washer. Additional attachments — including a log splitter, chipper shredder and water pump — are planned for future release, expanding the system's functionality even further while saving both space and money.
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The organic pattern on the frame will get your attention, but it's the fit that will keep you riding. The ElevenTwentySeven Erembald Bike is manufactured fully out of stainless steel using laser-cut technology that allows the saddle and steer to be fitted to the rider's specific dimensions, eliminating the need for a stem or seatpost. It also features Tektro brakes, a Sturmey Archer cranks, Pure Fix gold wheels, and a Csepelroyal Puhos Saddle. Limited to just 50 units, each of which will feature the owner's name laser-engraved in between the integrated bike lock.
Above the Fray Macbook Cord Organizer ($32). Ugmonk Leather Card Case ($46). Foursevens Mini Flashlight ($32). Tanner Goods Fob ($10). Gerber STL Fine Edge Knife ($10). Poppin White Signature Ballpoint Pen ($12). M & U Key Ring ($30).
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Camping after the sun goes down requires light. Unfortunately, those lights normally also attract bugs. Unless you're using the Thermacell Repellent Camp Lantern. This water-resistant lamp produces up to 300 lumens of light, and also repels mosquitos, flies, and other tiny flying pests by heating an insect repellent and releasing it into the air. It can run up to 50 hours on its highest setting — there are three — using just one set of D-Cell batteries, and features a built-in battery life indicator to let you know when you're running low on juice.
Thanks to a high school administrator missing the tips of his digits, we've always had a deep respect for table saws. The Bosch REAXX Portable Jobsite Table Saw promises to do away with their finger-eating ways for good. It employs Active Response Technology — a series of advanced sensors and electronics — to detect when human flesh comes in contact with the blade and instantly drop the 10-inch saw blade below the tabletop. Unlike other systems, it can also get back to work in as little as 60 seconds, and it also features include a 15 Amp, 4.0hp motor, an optimized rail system, 25" ripping capacity, and a cut depth of 3-1/8".
Designed for the urban rider, the Shinola Detroit Arrow Bicycle is a great way to upgrade your daily commute. This single-speed ride starts with an all-new TrueTemper steel frame design, made by Waterford Precision Cycles in Wisconsin. It continues with color-matching components like Tektro brakes, Sun CR-18 rims, and Shinola leather saddles, and is finished with cork grips, a Shinola chainguard, and Continental Contact Reflex tires, all hand-assembled in Detroit. Available in black, white, or a nickel-plated edition limited to just 25 bikes.
Most motorized skateboards are easily identifiable, thanks to the large motors strapped to their decks. The Inboard Monolith Skateboard is nearly indistinguishable from a traditional board, thanks to powerful, patented in-wheel motors. Other features include a unibody deck, swappable battery packs, the ability to charge both the board and the remote at the same time over USB, regenerative braking, integrated lights on the nose and tail, a companion app that connects via Bluetooth LE, a top speed of 24 mph, and a range of 10 miles.
Laden with sensors and integrated tech, the Vanhawks Valour Bike might be the smartest ride on two wheels. Its blind spot sensors keep an eye on your surroundings, detecting vehicles and other potential hazards up to 10 feet away and alerting you via vibrating handle bar grips. The handlebars also feature LED indicators to indicate your route, supplied by a companion app that tracks your ride metrics. Available in white or black, with white, black, or red rims.
Normann Copenhagen Foil Cutter ($25). Zippo Armor Lighter ($22). Pilot Fineliner Marker ($4). Convoy Key Fob ($8). Swiss Army Waiter Knife ($22). Fluxmob Bolt Charger ($50). Brushed Silver Tie Bar ($15). Octovo iPhone Case ($40).
Racing on the road isn't the same as racing on the water. That didn't stop AMG from collaborating on the Cigarette Racing X Mercedes Marauder GT S Boat. Inspired by the AMG GT S road car, this 50-foot vessel boasts dual staggered V8 engines each pumping out over 1,500 hp, good enough for speeds of 135 mph. Other features include seating for five, a custom JL audio system — you'll need it to battle the wind noise at those speeds — and a signature black and yellow livery with not-so-subtle AMG branding.
SanDisk Extreme Pro 512GB Memory Card ($600). Fujifilm X100T Camera ($1,300). Fisher Space Pen ($12). Rolex GMT Master ($7,950). Bic Lighter ($2). True Utility Shackle Set ($12). Makr iPhone Card Sleeve ($120). EagleTac Mini XP-G2 LED Flashlight ($44). Victorinox Centurion ($29).
Tough jobs. Precision cuts. Minimal hassle. The Stihl TSA 230 Cordless Cut-off Machine uses a brushless EC motor, maintenance-free belt drive, and compact battery to let you work unencumbered by cords. It's emission-free, so you can use it in confined spaces, it starts at the push of a button, offers a spindle lock for easy blade swaps, features an ergonomic, curved handle, and thanks to a standard-fitted water connection and suction stubs, keeps your work area clean.
Named for the substance once so valuable it served as currency, the Salt Sailing Yacht Concept would be a legendary way to cross the sea. The 55 meter vessel is powered by two sails with square rigging, and features a unique design that gives the deck multiple spots to access the water, and affords room for ammenities like a pool, cocktail bar, an interior garden, a spa, and a spacious, private master cabin.