Swiss watchmakers Tudor continue to expand their Heritage collection with the introduction of this new version of their classic Ranger. It’s a fully modern timepiece in a vintage-inspired package. 41mm brushed stainless case, matte black dial and your choice of the leather bund strap, a steel bracelet, or a camouflage fabric strap.
This is not some cheap, un-rated hipster knockoff to complete the café costume, this here is a real, road-worthy, DOT-approved Bell Bullitt; a brand new design that sports a retro bubble-visor and up front ventilation. As of now, it’s available in 3 colors: matte black, metallic blue, and cream/red. More colors to come.
Made by a real human blacksmith in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, this hand-forged steel opener from Leaning Barn Iron Works features an old-time design that will pop ’em all.
Omega could do nothing but make new versions of their old watches & nobody would complain. With styles that endure decades, why not? Here’s another new-old one: The Speedmaster Apollo 11 limited edition chrono; made for the 45th Anniversary of the first lunar landing. It features a black PVD dial and 18K Sedna gold dials & bezel. Just 1,969 of these will be made available June 2014.
MacGyver was a TV show that ran for 7 seasons back in the 80s & 90s featuring a secret agent who could do things like repair an airplane with a chewing gum wrapper. His unique ability to fix anything with almost nothing inspired this emergency toolkit. It includes: a bobby pin, a single match, a rubber band, a piece of bubble gum, a birthday candle, a paper clip, a shoelace, a one-cent stamp, and a small piece of duct tape.
If you pack light, everything you need for a weekend away will fit in Filson’s bombproof 72-Hour Briefcase. A spacious main compartment with a laptop sleeve plus two large, zippered outer pockets makes this bag just as good at getaways as is it is on office days.
The Blackfire Clamplight Lantern combines the grabbing grip of a clamp with the illumination of 2 CREE brilliant white LED lights for a flashlight/lantern that will squeeze onto all kinds of clampable surfaces: table, tent, car, you name it. The light head itself is adjustable for getting the light angled right where you want it. Powered by 3 AA batteries.
The Rhino blurs the line between tool and destruction device but then again, sometimes destruction is part of the job. It’s made of D2 tool steel and designed for fun activities such as: prying, digging, chopping, hammering, cutting, smashing rock, lock removal, & smashing out windows.
Fat tire bikes are like bluetooth speakers these days: a new one comes out everyday and it’s kind of impossible to know which ones don’t suck. That’s why you’re here. The Rungu Fat Tire trike is made for riding in sand and snow, terrain that makes tough-going for even the fattest of tires. The idea here is that two 4.7-inch wide tires up front keeps you from tipping over. Which is a feature that will make it a good bar cruiser, too.
Last year’s HTC One was the brand’s best phone ever. Now it’s even better. The new version of their flagship phone is called the One (M8) and it not only looks great, it’s loaded: 5-inch 1080 display, Motion Launch gesture control, Duo Camera, and dozens of other face-melting features that may have you 2nd guessing that new iPhone purchase.