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.
This compact camera boasts a 24-75mm Leica zoom lens, a large Micro Four Thirds sensor and has a full aperture control ring and dedicated shutter speed control dial making it easy to switch from automatic to full or partially manual modes as needed. And yes, this one captures 30fps, 4k video.
‘The most advanced wireless speaker system ever developed.” The creators of the Core didn’t just say it, they believe it. And since their Indiegogo campaign is 5X overfunded in less than a week, others are convinced, too. The compact speaker achieves life-like, better than stereo sound by “leveraging a combination of wave field synthesis and beam forming, to create an acoustic bubble in the room.”
These Lego-inspired cooking utensils might make cooking more fun. They might also draw a cease & desist from the real Lego brand, making them potentially collectible. The set includes a spatula, ladle, & pasta strainer that stack together or hang on the wall.
This modular yurt kit assembles quickly & easily, then packs flat to fit in the back of your truck for transport. The 12-foot diameter, 135 sq. ft. yurt will make a perfect portable summer cabin or give you an easy way to set up a temporary guestroom in the backyard.
This timelapse device for your GoPro Hero makes shooting dramatic 360º timelapse video & photos completely effortless. You set the camera angle & duration & the Scenelapse rig does the rest, spinning 360º in 1 hour.
It’s no surprise that this smart thermostat is fully funded on Indiegogo. It’s got a clean, simple LCD touchscreen & uncomplicated controls. An app lets you control home heating, AC & energy saving from anywhere using your phone. It also connects with home automation systems like Apple HomeKit & OpenHome.
The Nintendo NES system was a gaming game-changer when released back in 1985. To celebrate 30 years, Nintendo created a limited release version of their new 3DS XL handheld made to look like the original NES controller. Available October 10.
In this war memoir by Brian Turner, the award-winning poet who wrote The Hurt Locker, the author retraces his war experience seeking parallels with the experiences of soldiers in other wars—like his grandfather and uncle, while painting a vivid portrait of life during and after war.
Other than the burgers and booze, this party-in-a-box contains everything you need for a solid parking lot pre-game: a grill, a cooler, grilling tools, utensils, plates, an opener/lighter, and more. And it’s all recyclable, so just jam it all in the blue bin before heading in to the game, no cleanup.