It’s a strange PR spin that has James Dean in the role of martyr for the electric car. But strangely, it fits. Euromasters Classic Cars are creating incredible electric replicas of Porsche’s 365 Speedster and 550 Spyder. Dean died in a Spyder. And you could too, because these aren’t wimpy bumper cars. The replica 365 Speedster has a top speed of over 100 miles an hour and is actually faster in the 0-60 than it’s gas powered fore-bearer. They’re about 50-grand. Add an extra fifteen grand if you want the James Dean Edition.
Customizing your bike, whether you’re stripping it down or tricking it out, cuts into your time spent on the road. Victory’s new High Ball, a custom, bare bones bobber, comes straight-off the showroom floor looking mean. The All-American 106 Freedom motor is all bells, whistles and technical performance, but the styling on this bad boy is rugged and rough. If you want a burly, old school bike, you won’t have to modify this one. Just get on it & go.
Made with aged, single malt Scotch, this caramel sauce from San Francisco artisan gourmet, Happy Goat, is all natural. If you’re wondering what a happy goat has to do with caramel sauce, let us tell you. The sauce has a rich, velvety texture because it’s made with goat milk.
Most of the time you’re cooking for one or two, right? Save some gas, electricity—and time. With 9 menu functions & precise cooking elements, this little oven will keep you from burning your dinner, while using 30% less energy than the big oven. Plus it’s quick to preheat, meaning you’re eating dinner sooner.
No, it’s not a German Thrash Metal band, although the Hardcore Hammer definitely pounds out some heavy hits. This framing hammer is built to withstand the rigors of professional carpentry, while lasting forever. On a regular hammer, the waffle pattern of the hammer face wears down quickly reducing its ability to grip & sink nails. This design protects the waffle providing for years & years of perfectly pounded nails.
We won’t even pretend to know how this thing works. Beneath its matte grey, industrial finish, it’s a Swiss clock. Designed by French ID guy, Julien Ado, and Paris design house, Illi, the articulating square tiles of the clock beat like a heart, counting the seconds. Actual time is revealed by voice command.
Generally speaking, humanity can be divided into two categories: those who love bacon and everyone else. If you’re among the former, then your mouth is probably watering already. Yes, bacon chocolate peanut brittle is real. It’s a sweet & salty delicacy delivered in a handsome gift box.
America’s industrial heritage is a design focal point right now—from fashions to furnishings. This table looks like it was dragged out of some abandoned Detroit factory, but it wasn’t. Using chunky, 2-inch thick salvaged American white oak planks for the top and heavy metal frame legs, it’s brand new & built to last.
Texting while driving is illegal in most states, but watching movies on your iPad is perfectly acceptable. This retractable carbon fiber iPad mount makes it easy. It attaches to your car seat and is fully adjustable, so you can get the perfect angle & height for staring at your iPad, while you drive.
This hand-forged, German kitchen knife looks like it survived a nuclear blast or was dredged up from a shipwreck, but clearly the blade’s finish is perfectly precise. Hammered into shape from one molten chunk of steel, this knife has been stripped of all but the essentials. The maker’s mark is a grasshopper, a symbol of the Luneburg Black Forge.