The iPhone compatible Insta360 Nano is the world’s smallest 360º spherical camera. It captures 3040×1520 images and 3040×1520 @30fps max video & stores up to 64GB of content on MicroSD. Your VR footage is also shareable via livestream on facebook & YouTube.
Propel RC has developed a collection of officially licensed Star Wars drones. Choose the 74-Z Speeder Bike, Tie Advanced X1, T-65 X-Wing Starfighter or the Millennium Falcon. All feature a four-prop design and reach their top speed of 25MPH in just 3 seconds. They feature on-board lasers enabling acrobatic dogfights—when you’re hit 3 times by your opponent’s lasers, your drone is automatically grounded until you reset & start over.
In celebration of the 75th anniversary of the original 1941 Willys MB, Jeep has created the special edition 75th Salute, an open top, doorless 2-door featuring OG steel bumpers, 32-inch milspec tires and a circa 1941 olive drab paint job. Too bad they won’t be offering this edition to the public, it’s a one-off.
Professional funny man Norm MacDonald shares his unbelievable life story in a new memoir. From his disastrous start in show biz to his days on SNL to the not-so-funny depths of gambling addiction. It’s a book filled with jokes, true Hollywood stories and MacDonald’s one-of-a-kind wit.
For travelers constantly moving from one time zone to the next, the Casio EDIFICE EQB600 will keep you on schedule. By linking with your smartphone, time is constantly corrected & gives you automatic access to time in 300 global cities. Keep track of time both back home & the current location with 1-button ease. The watch’s solar charging system will keep you powered up, drawing a charge from even the dimmest of light sources.
Using upcycled materials from de-commissioned airline seats Plane creates luxury luggage and accessories with a unique backstory. They offer travel bags, rucksacks, laptop & phone cases and each piece is stamped to indicate the number of miles it traveled before reaching you. A funded Kickstarter.
With over 3,900 pieces, Lego’s forthcoming Bucket Wheel Excavator is officially the largest Lego Technic set to date. Completed, it stands 16-inches tall & 18-inches long. It’s got countless moving parts like a rotating bucket, working tank treads, & conveyor belts—even a motor. And how cool is it that it can be rebuilt into an aggregate processing plant?
This wi-fi enabled countertop home juicer was designed by Yves Behar & features an almost Apple-esque aluminum design. Similar to Nespresso machines, it uses ready-prepared packets of washed/chopped fruit & produce to create your cold-pressed juice.
SylvanSport makes ultra-light modular camper trailers & they teamed up with portable solar specialists Goal Zero to create an integrated solar kit for the GO Trailer. The Sunny Side Up kit features a Yeti 400 solar generator, 2 solar panels, a 350–lumen LED light & all the accessories needed to run lights, power your devices, even watch movies when you’re off on an adventure.
Talk about NES-stalgia! Nintendo just announced the release of a new system called the NES Classic Edition. It looks like the old school original but is much smaller and comes with 30 built-in games instead of cartridges. Donkey Kong, Galaga, Zelda—all the classics. The new controller is designed to work exactly like the old rectangular one & also works with Wii systems. Connects to your TV with an HDMI cable. Available in November.