If you need a pack that's as well suited for the streets as it is for the trails, then look no further than Cotopaxi Backpacks. They're purpose-built for tackling tough trails, day hikes, biking, and skiing, while still looking great for a walk across campus or your commute to work. Better still, the makers of these bags are societally-minded, making sure that a portion of each purchase goes towards helping those in need (whether it's providing education or clean drinking water). Each bag features durable nylon cotton canvas construction, plenty of storage for all your gear, adjustable straps, and much, much more.
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Keep tabs on your home brew operation even if you're not at home with the BeerBug. This WiFi-enabled sensor monitors the specific gravity, temperature, and alcohol content of your hooch, letting you view real-time data on a computer via a web browser or through dedicated apps for iOS and Android. Its built-in rechargeable battery lasts over 25 days and recharges over a standard Micro USB connection, so even if your fermenting time runs over, all you need is a common charger to stay informed until it's done.
If you're at all into photography or videography, odds are you've considered looking into taking your talents to the sky — but most aerial vehicles are tough to fly, requiring advanced skills and software. But the 3D Robotics IRIS Multicopter eliminates the barrier to entry to aerial photography and videography, with an incredible flight planning app that lets you simply draw the vehicle's path. If something goes wrong during flight, the IRIS is smart enough to pilot itself to safety. And with four propellers, a built-in mount for a Go-Pro, long-lasting batteries, and an on-board GPS, all you need to do is point the camera in the right direction.
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If you weren't impressed by the flashy red livery of Toyota's original FT-1 Concept, we have something we'd like to show you. Again developed by Calty Design Research in Newport Beach, California, the Toyota FT-1 Graphite Concept ditches the rouge color of its predecessor for a more sophisticated palette of graphite exterior paint and light, saddle-colored leather on the interior. The new, more subdued color scheme doesn't change its racing heart, however, as it still features the same muscular, curvy body, retractable rear wing, and front-engine, rear-wheel layout that made the original a hit in Gran Turismo 6.