With room for your iPad, headphones and all the other little doinklets that make up your mobile office, the BookBook Travel Journal is a briefcase for your tablet that’s cleverly disguised as an antique leather book.
Getting your whole bike stolen sucks but when they just take your front wheel or the seat it’s an insult. Sitting there still locked up & stripped of parts. Sad. These stealthy, stainless steel combo locks from Sphyke (c’mon, try to say it) will keep your seat & wheels from walking away.
Any former reality show idiot can get a book deal. Especially to “write” a cookbook. But Southern chef John Currence won the James Beard award. And this won’t make his colorful personal stories or music pairings any better but at least you know his 130 recipes will be legit.
As the lure of their big twin bikes continues to wane, Harley is taking extreme measures to get anyone under 50 on their bikes. Their solution: 2 new smaller displacement bikes, the 500CC and 750CC Street. Both are light, nimble, & very competitively priced plus they feature those classic HD looks. Maybe this will work.
Frank Zappa once said that the world won’t end in fire or ice. The other possibility: it will end in nostalgia. That probably has naught to do with Nikon’s new DF, an advanced digital DSLR with a full-frame sensor designed to evoke the golden age of square, clunky, knob-laden 35mm cameras of the early 1980s. Until its release next month shutterbugs and retro fetishists will be squirming in anticipation.
You’d probably want to know if your bedroom started steaming up when you weren’t at home. Odd example maybe but these Spotter multipurpose sensors from Quirky will let you know. They monitor motion, sound, temperature, light, and humidity and allow you to track it all on your mobile device.
This backpack designed for cycling is lightweight and it will stay that way because your laptop won’t fit in there. What will: a pair of shoes, a change of clothes. There’s also a little pocket for your phone, keys, and the like. Just the essentials for that ride in to the office.
A dune buggy snuck into the hangar and crossbred with an ultralight aircraft. Nine months later the engineers yanked out the SkyRunner. Yup. A flying car. It drives and flies using a 1-liter EcoBoost engine which gets it off the ground quickly, and up to 15,000 foot elevation at 55MPH. Should this motor quit mid-flight, you’ll float gently back to earth with the reserve chute.
If you want to get your nuts cracked open you don’t have to invite her mom over for dinner, nor do you have to dust off that weird wooden soldier that only comes out during the holidays. You can load your nuts into this one. It’s dishwasher-safe and made of silicone & aluminum.
The funniest man that ever lived: Richard Pryor. This new book tells his whole story, from his upbringing in the family whorehouse to his legendary, boundary-bursting material, and enduring comedic legacy.