Harmony Ultimate Home is a like a remote for your whole house, connecting and controlling all of your home’s entertainment systems & smart devices like smart locks, thermostats, and lights via RF, IR, Bluetooth, & Wi-Fi.
This 552-page picturebook of classic rock album covers from Taschen pays tribute to 750 legendary records ranging from Elvis to Nirvana. Perfect for the man-cave coffee beer table.
If you want a one-off custom Harley, here’s another compelling reason to choose Taiwan-based Rough Crafts for your build. What was once a stock Dyna Street Bob is now called Urban Cavalry. On top of loads of performance mods, the RC crew gave this bike a new front-end, a handmade tail section, a titanium 2-into-1 exhaust and more. via
This GoPro mount for your smartphone quickly converts it from a phone into a camera grip that also works as your LCD screen, allowing for easy, one-handed operation while filming.
After 6 years of silence, the Technics brand returns with two new home hi-fi systems. The R1 and C700. Both audiophile-quality systems feature stereo amps, a network audio streamer, speakers, and use Technics Definitive Sound technologies to create dynamic sound quality. Still waiting on pricing, but don’t expect the word budget to be used near these.
Lighter and smaller than any other hammock on the market, the Hummingbird Hammock weighs just 5.2 ounces yet holds up to 300 lbs. It’s made from ripstop nylon parachute material and is suspended by its 1000 lb. Spectra end loops w/ super strong Soft Link Carabiners. Made in the USA.
Like a private jet minus the wings, the ultra-luxury 2015 Bentley Mulsanne Speed is packed with a 530-horse V8 motor tuned to produce an ungodly 811 lb-ft. of torque, more than any muscle car on the market and maybe enough to actually take flight.
Parking your bike on the ceiling saves space. The flat-bike-lift is a new ceiling hydro-pneumatic bike rack made exclusively for this purpose. Load your bike onto the rack, give a little push to activate the lift, & up it goes to store horizontally overhead.
90s nostalgia is obviously here. Otherwise Surge Soda wouldn’t be back, but it is. Coca-Cola has revived the short-lived citrus soda, once marketed as “Mountain Dew Killer”, and it’s now available exclusively through Amazon.