Combining the convenience of a smartlock, the assurance of a keypad, and a built-in camera, the Gate Smart Lock aims to be the only security product you need for your entryway. It installs easily, replacing your existing deadbolt, and offers multiple ways to enter — via electronic key, a pincode, or physical key. Thanks to the motion-detecting camera, you can see and talk to whomever is at your door, giving instructions for deliveries or remotely unlocking the door for friends and family. And since it connects via WiFi, you can control it not only with the companion app, but also with your voice using Amazon Alexa.
Born out of dreams of space travel and science fiction, the MB&F Astrograph Pen is as much an objet d'art as it is a writing instrument. It was the result of a four-year collaboration between the Swiss watch maker and Caran d'Ache, a legendary producer of pens, pencils, pastels, and other artistic tools. The fountain pen is crafted from nearly 100 rhodium-plated components, and has a rocket-like design with three stabilizer legs that extend out to hold the pen upright when not in use. It arrives in a launch pad presentation box and includes a magnetized astronaut figurine that will attach to any point on the pen or pad. Available in three different finishes and limited to just 99 examples.
Bridging the gap between traditional doorbells and overly complex, camera-laden setups, the Ding Smart Doorbell is designed to give you just enough intelligence. This three-piece system consists of a subdued, weather-resistant button that's thin enough to fit on your doorframe and can operate off batteries or a hardwire, a chime that's covered in handsome fabric and can sit on a table or mount on your wall, and a companion app. When someone rings your bell, the chime goes off and a call goes out to the app so you can talk to whoever's at the door no matter where you are. You can easily change the sound and volume of the chime, and even set up quiet hours so your phone goes off but not the chime — ideal for families with sleeping children in the home.
Most wine storage systems overlook one basic fact: it's way easier to find the bottle you want when you can see the label. The Wine Library overcomes this by making sure each and every one is visible, whether it's reclining gently or laying nearly on its side. The modular system is made entirely of laser-cut iron corten, and can be mixed-and-matched between 8, 16, 18, or 24 bottle units. It's available in a variety of finishes, and finished with an optional rolling ladder, rails, and backlights.
Elegantly simple, the Andrew Neyer Crane Light is a clever lighting solution that takes up as much or as little space as you want. The bulb is held out by a 180-degree pivoting arm, held in place by tension from the cord, and can be moved up or down by feeding the cable through the arm. Place it against the wall to reclaim space, then swing it out when you need extra lighting. Available in white, black, or gray, with arms ranging from two to six feet in length.
Inspired by the Earth's constant companion, Field Notes Lunacy Edition Notebooks pay tribute to the Moon in a truly unique way. Each notebook in this three-pack set is cut with a different die, revealing either a full moon, half moon, or crescent. The embossed cover itself is made from leathery black paper, while the interior is filled with 48 light grey body pages featuring a reticle pattern. They're a limited edition, so expect them to sell out sooner rather than later.