For Issue 02, we flew down to Cuba to do some long-awaited exploring, gathering all of the cigars and rum the island has to offer. We then returned stateside and dug up even more. In Southern California, we visited the garage-oasis of Mercedes Motoring and obsessed over their immaculate collection of classic Benzes. We wrapped things up with edited guides full of machetes, submarines, golf equipment, sneakers, watches, and skateboards, among other gear.
Your phone automatically updates to the correct time wherever you might be. Shouldn't your watch do the same? That's the premise behind the Casio Edifice Bluetooth Watch. Using a Bluetooth connection to your phone, it automatically updates itself four times a day, setting not only the main dial to the correct local time, but also the second time zone subdial, as well as the day and date. You can switch the time between the two using a single button, and also use the watch to track down your phone. Other features include a solar charging system that can use even fluorescent lights for power, 3D rounded indices and a 3D globe dial that shows the time in relation to the Earth's rotation, and a sturdy metal body that's water resistant to 100 meters.
Presented by Casio.
Sate your on-the-go hunger with some Bacon Jerky ($4). As the name suggests, this portable snack is made from hickory smoked slices of real bacon, letting you get your pork fix anywhere, anytime. A must-have for bacon-obsessed hikers and golfers everywhere. [Scouted by Shawn]
Planters' limited selection of flavors no longer doing it for you? Let Lord Nut Levington ($6/can) supply your fix. Available in six surprising flavors — including spicy bloody mary, cheddar and jalapeño, tomato, garlic, and cheese, Thai curry and lemongrass, apples, cinnamon, and vanilla, and mesquite smoke and pineapple BBQ — there's surely a selection that can satisfy your cravings.