You’ve surely heard that everything is bigger in Texas. It applies not only to pickup trucks, women’s hairdos & crime rates but also to the big ol’ grill brushes from Texas Brushes. With long, hefty wooden or steel handles and crust busting stainless steel bristles, they’ll scrape your barbecue grill cleaner than a billygoat in a berry bush.
Right out of the wrapper, Triumph’s Scrambler model is pretty sick. It’s packed with a classic-looking 865cc Paralles twin motor and a trim package made for on or off-road action. The beefed-up, modified custom you see here was built by two skillful European craftsmen for Germany’s annual summer Triumph festival called Tridays, and its classic grass-track race called the Rumble. Looks like a winner to us. Source
Molecular gastronomy is fresh. It’s an approach to cooking that blends technology and science to turn food preparation into futuristic expressionism. These Molecular gastronomy kits will teach you how to gelify, spherify, and emulsify your favorite food and drinks for presentations that are as unique as they are tasty. Kits include tools, additives, and instructions, so you can do it like a pro.
Sonos makes a slick, wireless hi-fi system that delivers crisp, dynamic stereo sound from all-in-one players to networked amps and speakers, it rocks every room in your house. Now they’ve developed a sub woofer for floor-shaking low-end sound with no wires, no programming; just raw, heavy, bottomless bass.
The prototype Porsche 918 plug-in hybrid is a rocket, boasting 770-horse power, a plastic monocoque body shell and crazy rear axle steering. This freakishly fast and futuristic machine is set to go on sale sometime in 2014, and will bear a price tag of nearly 1 million dollars.
The Bombers Collection from BRM Watches isn’t a bunch of run-of-the-mill, Swiss executive-dude timepieces. These watches have personality; they’ve got color. Styled to pay tribute to famous WWII fighter planes like the Spitfire, Mitsubishi Zero, and the P-51 Mustang, they feature aviation-inspired designs, and are built tough enough for a parachute drop behind enemy lines.
The Arkiv Field Pack isn’t a nerdy little knapsack for loping into the office with your laptop and lunch. It’s a burly, American-made roll-top pack with a modular design, allowing you to customize it with accessories like external pockets and internal organizers. It is also completely waterproof and comes in two sizes: 1200 cu. in. & the larger 2200.
The Pentax K-30 is a small, lightweight & powerful DSLR camera. It shoots a 16-megapixel image as well as capturing 1080p HD video. ISO speeds crank all the way up to 25,600 so you can literally get a shot in the dark. This new model is also weatherproof. Rain, dust, baby vomit, this thing is impervious to it all.
If you’ve got a Wii console, you’re familiar with motion control video games. They sense your bodily motions or hand gestures to operate games. Until now, Microsoft’s Kinect technology was as good as it got. Now there’s Leap Motion. This new motion control unit is 200 times more accurate than its predecessor & the USB plug-in device is the size of a stick of gum. It tracks the motion of all 10 of your fingers and is accurate up to 1/100th of a millimeter. Hardcore gamers: jump on this limited-release batch of Leap controllers fast or you’ll be left in the dust until the holidays when they do the full launch.
The Bolt Locks are badass. They use your vehicle key—almost any Ford, GM or Chrysler product— and the first time you insert and turn it, the lock learns your key. The Bolt Lock instantly sets itself to match that key and therefore allows you to use your unique, super-secure car or truck key for a variety of different locks. It’s simple & who isn’t stoked on simple? Source