If you've ever dreamed of driving a legit Formula One car that is street legal, the BAC Mono is a dream come true. The first street legal, track day car from Briggs Automotive, this single seater is made using high-strength carbon fiber composite, making it incredibly light at only 1,190 pounds. That weight and the 2.3 liter four-cylinder engine help deliver a top speed of 170 mph and a zero to 60 of just 2.8 seconds. What it may lack in straightaway speed compared to some of the big boys it makes up for thanks to it's ultra light chassis and a flat-shifting, 6-speed transmission. It's fast, sleek, and sure to be the envy of, well everyone.
Keep track of your most valuable gear with Spot Trace. This powerful tracking device and service uses GPS to report its exact coordinates in user-set intervals — as often as every 2.5 minutes — and can also update you any time your stuff moves. Just mount it with the logo pointed at the sky, throw in some AAA batteries, and turn it on. Once you see a green light, you're set to go, knowing that your bag/boat/crate of rare medieval weapons you keep around in case of a return to the dark ages is safe.
Combining magnetic levitation with wireless power transmission tech dating back to Nikola Tesla, the Flyte Levitating Light is modern day magic masquerading as illumination. Its shatterproof LED bulb floats and rotates slowly in the air above a sustainably-sourced wood base, which plugs into a standard power outlet and lets you turn the light on and off with a single touch. As an added bonus, the base doubles as a wireless charging station, so it serves a purpose even when you don't need the light on.