Unfortunately, the two bright, flashing arcs of red & white LED light produced by the unique, wheel-mounted design of Revolights are no guarantee that some Hummer-driving idiot who’s cruising, texting and sipping a latté won’t run you down. On the brighter side, they are lightweight, theft & water resistant, and boast a 4-hour battery life.
The idea of a touring variant of the incredible Ducati Diavel superbike is like a Lamborghini station wagon or a Porsche SUV … Oh, wait. Well, anyway, before you write it off, consider what fun it would be to take this massive, 162 horsepower Italian stallion on a roadtrip. The “Strada” features everything you need for touring: a windshield, panniers, even a passenger backrest.
If it weren’t for the superheroes dreamed up in the 1930s for the pages of early DC Comics, Hollywood would’ve dried up and blown into the Mojave by now. At 416 pages, The Golden Age of DC Comics (1935-1956) is one in a series from Taschen Books that explores the origins of comics’ most enduring legends like Superman, Batman, & Wonder Woman.
There’s a seemingly never-ending stream of new, portable HD video cameras spilling into the market. Inexpensive but not quite a dime-a-dozen, the ATC Chameleon from Oregon Scientific captures 1920 x 1080 HD 3D video & features a pair of 170º lenses—one on each end of the camera—that can be rotated 180º by hand for simultaneous dual views.
Forget about outfits for every occasion, the luggage you really need for that holiday trip back home is this Italian leather bar-in-a-box from luggage maker Tumi and the distillers of Ketel One. The Traveling Mixologist holds two bottles, two martini glasses, an ice bucket, ice tongs, an ice scoop, a zester, and everything else you need for a well-lubricated holiday season.
The X132 Hellcat Combat is not the type of two-wheeled roadboat to answer the urge of that mid-life Easy Rider fantasy. This thing is built around the fastest big block V-twin motor ever. It was designed for breaking land speed records at Bonneville and that’s what it does. With a top road speed of 200mph, this thing will peel dads off the back before they can say “Wild Hogs.”
If you prefer fettuccine to spaghetti or you prefer to charge two devices in your car at once rather than one, you should order the Band Charger from Tylt. The unique & hard to tangle ribbon design features a universal USB port as well as your choice of an Apple 30-pin or Micro USB connector.
It may not be a lifesaver like soap-on-a-rope is for jailbirds, but there’s no denying that this is a good idea. What else can be done with those gross little slivers of soap that nobody wants to touch? The design of the Stack bar features a cradle to host your shrunken sliver, giving it place to live out its final days and eliminating waste.
For the classic Swiss Army brand Victorinox, clever functions are a part of everything they make. Integrated into the case of the Night Vision model is a trio of LED lights. With a push of the button a blue light illuminates the face, another push and you get a bright-white flashlight, 2 pushes and a red battery-sensor/find-the-watch-in-the-dark light begins to pulse. Source