Built to order in the USA, this Luno Record & Whiskey Console combines two of life's great pleasures: music and booze. Inspired by the classic record consoles of the '50s and '60s, it's crafted from American Walnut, with handsome fabric grills. The top lifts up on one side to reveal a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntable and metal turnknob controls, while the central front section has two sliding doors that open to reveal a storage area for four bottles, up to 150 LPs, and the included gold-rimmed glasses. To ensure it sounds as good as it looks, it has a silk-dome tweeter, a 6.5-in woofer, and a downward-firing 100W subwoofer, and Airplay compatibility lets you stream music from your Apple gadgets when you want to listen to something that's not in your vinyl collection.
The use of thermal imaging tools is nothing new for those brave men and women that battle the flames and smoke. Yet it's always come at a price: the inability to use both hands. The Scott Sight Smart Firefighter Mask does away with limitation by integrating a thermal imaging system right into the mask. While the lightweight camera sits on the outside, the integrated display sits inside the shield, assuring that the view remains unobstructed while giving the wearer full use of their bodies to combat the fire and help rescue potential victims.
Most new cars come with sensors to let you know when you're about to back over something. Unfortunately for owners of older rides, adding that capability to a car that didn't come equipped with it has been an expensive undertaking. Until now. The FenSens Wireless Parking Sensor is both affordable and easy to install. It packs its sensors into a standard license plate holder, installing in as little as five minutes and connecting to your phone wirelessly. Once it's set up you'll get a visual readout of how far any objects are from your bumper, as well as audible alerts that increase in frequency the closer you get to an object, all without running a single cable.