Bosch has a new laser measure that syncs with Android and iOS to get your measurements of length, area, and volume as well as angles & multi-surface distances all into your smartphone where those measurements can be superimposed over images of the jobsite. Stuff like that.
You weren’t the only one expecting to see a picture of Justin Bieber. And despite the ironically reverse-ironic name, the Douchebag is a pretty solid bag designed to carry skis, snowboards, golfclubs, etc. The key to the design is its adjustable length. Because as you know, it always comes down to length! [insert Andrew Dice Clay voice:] “OHHHH!” via
ICON has mastered the art of vintage looks and modern drive. The Thriftmaster was inspired by the 1947-53 Chevy 3100 five window classic pick up but of course it features all new guts under the sheet metal. A fuel injected supercharged aluminum emissions equipped V8, ABS four wheel disc brakes, Bison hide seating, navigation, et cetera.
A while ago we showed you the original Nero from Saigon-based bike-builder Bandit9. The new, super-limited-edition Nero MKII is based on the same Chang Jiang 750 and is made almost completely of custom-fabbed parts including a longer, lower frame design that slams it even closer to the street.
Every day some random brand releases a new wireless speaker but when Bang & Olufsen does the unveil, they always bring something new. All three of their new Beolab speakers—the smaller, full-range 17; the 18, an update to the iconic Beolab 8000; & the 19, a dual-driver sub—feature better-than-CD quality sound: B&O’s higher resolution 24-bit as opposed to standard 16-bit sound.
DJI’s Phantom Quadcopter quickly became the go-to heli drone for aerial filming with GoPro cameras. The new, improved Phantom 2 offers better battery life, a camera stabilizing platform plus a HD video camera that let’s you see the action from your mobile device.
Looking at your own X-Rays in the doctor’s office is usually depressing but this book by X-Ray photographer Nick Veasey captures much more entertaining images. Random everything: a Boeing 777, animals, insects, humanoid robots, an F1 car, and many more.
Back in the 1930s, Marvel Comics owner Martin Goodman was publishing more than just superhero comics. His company also pumped out pulp novels & magazines filled with lurid romance, celebrity gossip, and shocking detective stories. This unseen history also features the work of Marvel artists who split their efforts between drawing comics and the titillating art of the pulp publications.
The former NASA designer who created the space-age Cricket Trailer now has a new one. The Firefly is an even more compact ultra-lightweight camper pod designed to fit in the back of a pickup, on a travel trailer or it can be heli’d into remote locations. It’s got enough room for all your gear and plenty of space to sleep 2. via