The aptly named Portland Press is a french press for your Mason jar, manufactured in Oregon using raw materials from the USA, and backed with a lifetime warranty. If WANT was the first thing that popped into your mind when you laid eyes on it, check out their page on Crowd Supply and back it.
Earl is basically an electronic wilderness guide, featuring an efficient E-Ink screen & an Android 4.1 brain to power GPS, mapping, weather sensors, radio communication, walkie-talkie, solar charging and emergency alerts. Good luck out there & don’t forget your bear bell.
You know the old joke about mopeds and how they’re fun to ride? Well, the new Honda Grom sorta settles that dilemma. It’s large enough not to be mistaken for a moped or a mini-bike, but its gas-sipping, 125CC single-cylinder motor makes it nearly as cheap to run as a bicycle. Only faster.
Can you do 1-armed, 2-finger push-ups? How about 50 reps of 1-armed pull-ups? Bruce Lee could. The little strong man’s most famous films are about to be released on Blu-ray in a 7-disc set that includes new HD renderings of The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death as well as two documentaries, Bruce Lee: The Legend and I Am Bruce Lee plus over two hours of bonus content.
We can agree that beer is an essential ingredient for all aspects of modern life. Even showering. This Wheat Beer Shampoo, like all of Frank Leder’s natural products, is made with organic plants & herbs in recipes handed down from Austrian artisans.
Unlike military intelligence, military history is at least somewhat verifiable. This new book from historian V.D. Hanson, presents the biographies of 5 generals who single-handedly saved their nations from defeat in war. From ancient Greece to modern day Iraq, Hanson explores their dramatic feats of leadership & luck in the face of grim odds.
The new TAG Heuer Monaco Automobile Club de Monaco Black Edition is a new watch that’s somewhat connected to another vintage TAG from the 70s, but not exactly. Unless you happen to be a major league watch dork, the complicated lineage of this watch is much less interesting than the obvious & simple fact that it’s a black TAG and it looks good. Limited to 225 pieces.
Google isn’t the only one making futuristic computer glasses. According to certain sources, the Recon Jet is the most advanced wearable computing solution in the world. These polarized sport shades feature a built-in microcomputer that delivers data straight into your eyeball through its integrated, heads-up display. Sensors include accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter, magnetometer, and a thermometer. Developer friendly design means you geniuses can also build & run your own apps. And we know you will.
Let’s cut straight to the chase. The 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is billed as the best car in the world. It’s an enormous sedan loaded with advanced technologies like Active Lane Keeping Assist. So, yeah, auto pilot. With a laundry list of over 768 luxury features including a Google Maps display in the back for backseat drivers, we can almost guarantee that your driver is going to love it.
Having sold over 10 million copies of Gran Turismo 5, you knew that sooner or later Gran Turismo 6 would be coming down the road. The new game lets you choose from 1200 cars, drive them in 31 locations and burn rubber on 71 different course layouts. Demo out in July for PS3.