Never fails. You have a set of twenty-odd different wrenches but the one you really need can never be found. Solution: The Folding Ratcheting Wrench Set. These guys flip open & feature adjustable, spring-loaded jaws for easy action. Sold as a pair, with a 6-inch & an 8-inch wrench, they’ll clamp on to any nut from ¼-inch up to ¾-inch; perfect for all kinds of household jobs.
Now we’re talking. Mission Motorcycles’ new R & limited edition RS models may be the breakthrough bikes that finally make you look twice at an electric motorcycle. Not only are they the most advanced electric bikes ever put into production, they’re also made in the USA. At one-tenth the size of a traditional gas motor, the MM InfiniteDrive powertrain will hit 150 MPH. And it does so silently.
Sharpshooter, cancer survivor, and American Army Sergeant Dillard CJ Johnson has killed over 2600 of his fellow humans fighting in various recent wars. That’s the high score. And he didn’t just get a book deal for his achievements, he got the Silver Star, too. This is his autobiography.
With its jet-age design and cool porcelain colors, the Therma-Shell grill slash smoker certainly looks great but the reason it’s really hot is because it stays really hot. It’s constructed using a sandwich of ceramic insulation and high-nickel 304 Deep Draw stainless steel that provides better heat retention; that makes it more efficient, so it uses 50% less charcoal.
Works like a box-cutter, folds like a pocket knife. When open, the blade is automatically locked. Seems safer, right? They use standard utility blades which are stored in the handle and their performance is backed by a lifetime warranty.
Simply called The B, it’s two RC vehicles in one: a car and a quad-copter. Powered by a Li-Ion battery, the B will fly & drive for 15 minutes on a charge, and its sturdy, flexible polycarbonate body & crash-worthy parts mean you can learn how to fly this bird without the worry of a crash & burn. A nose-mounted video camera also allows you to record your epic action in 720P HD. via
Australian journalist Nick Bryant is a foreign correspondent for the BBC. He covers war, politics, and other chaos all over the world. In his new book, he says all the things he cannot say in the dull and overlooked reporting he sends back to the newsroom.
This book is an oral history told by the people who made up Detroit Rock City from the late 60s to today. Names like Iggy Pop, Jack White, Wayne Kramer and Ted Nugent; classic venues like the Grande Ballroom & Eastown Theatre, and more, tell the tale of a city that really rocks.
You can use the blade to cut off all your ratty Coachella party bracelets, then use the fork & spoon to shovel in organic edibles from Whole Foods before stashing it back in your Cone Denim bedroll and heading to the railyard to hop the next freight-train back to Fantasyland.