Even though it’s an SB, it’s clearly not a Nike skateboard shoe. The Lunar One Shot is part of Nike SB’s “Rest & Recuperation” line which means it’s perfect for all the non-skaters who want the cushy, lightweight feel of a Lunarlon midsole & a full mesh upper but don’t want the look of an off-duty jogger.
The T7 Bluetooth speaker is small but sounds big due to its design. To eliminate speaker vibration, it features a Micro Matrix: a rigid honeycomb of interlocking cells that brace the cabinet to minimize distortion. It also features advanced bass radiators tuned for more low-end thump. Battery life is an after-party-worthy 18 hours.
Leeo is an alarm for your alarms, a $99 plug-and-play accessory that will listen for smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, alerting you and your emergency contacts if something goes wrong when you’re away from the house. It connects to your home WiFi, through an iPhone or Android app and also functions as a night light with adjustable brightness and the ability to set one of 16 million colors.
Leftovers and stored food will last longer when the air is removed from the container. And the new Evak line from Prepara makes that possible without some weird plug-in contraption, pumps or valves. They are simple compression containers with lids that forces out air as you press them down. Available in a variety of sizes.
Persol has just released a new collection of their most iconic classic frames. The Icon collection includes the 649, the foldable 714, and the half wire-frame Cellor in new colors and updated versions including optical-lens options and thinner, lighter weight frames.
Very Dyson. The Humidifier kills 99% of airborne bacteria using UV cleanse technology and creates a clean, humidified draft that will quickly improve the air quality in a 16 sq. meter room. It works by drawing air through inlets in its base and over a thermostat and humidistat which accurately monitor the room’s temperature. It is also the first humidifier to be awarded the ‘quiet mark’ by the Noise Abatement Society.
3D printers work by building up material to create the finished form, the Carvey works the opposite. It cuts away material to reveal your creation. The Carvey machine works with all sorts of materials: hard woods, like mahogany, walnut, and maple; softwoods like pine and balsa; metals like aluminum, copper, brass, silver and gold; cork; foam; wax; linoleum; and plastics.
Working on your laptop while it’s actually on your lap is just bad. These wooden lap desks from San Diego’s RLDH will solve your hot crotch issues and gives you a stable, ventilated workspace plus it features 2 pull-out panels you can use as a mousepad and coffee coaster or whatever. Available in Walnut or natural pine.
Despite all that technology has contributed to performance textiles, natural Merino wool remains one of the best insulators available. And that’s the main ingredient in this chill-killing 4-way stretch ninja suit from Airblaster and Poler Stuff. Airblaster is a snowboard outerwear brand that makes simple, functional cold weather gear and Poler is from Portland.
Breitling’s limited-edition Transocean Chronograph Edition was inspired by a 1956 model and reinterpreted into a new contemporary design. It features a two-tone dial with two counters, a date window at 6 o’clock, and a double caseback. It is available with a steel Air Racer bracelet or with a leather or crocodile strap. 2,000 pieces available.