This is the 650S, McLaren’s new supercar based on their 12C model. They are adamant in saying it is not a replacement for the 12C. At least for now. The new 650S is powered by a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 that pushes 641 horses, it features a driver-adjustable suspension called ProActive Chassis Control, and it will be officially unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The Tool Chess Set is handmade in Michigan, USA using basic hardware store nuts & bolts and comes in a metal toolbox carrying case. It’s a clever idea & if you lose a game piece, replacing it would be as simple as a trip to the nuts & bolts aisle at your local store.
If your bedmate is a human sawmill, the Snore Activated Pillow will be a lifesaver. Theirs. The pillow has an integrated microphone that picks up the sonic vibrations of snoring & automatically inflates, giving the snorer a little nudge to roll over and shut the hell up.
With looks that bring to mind your old Boy Scout watch or dad’s classic Timex, the Corvid Field Watch is a no-nonsense timepiece from Aevig, a new brand based in the Netherlands. It’s powered by a Ronda 703 quartz movement and is available with tan, black, or green dials. via
Finally, a company called Tribod has developed something better than leaky masks and snorkels that also suck in water with the air. Easybreath is the first full-face snorkeling mask with a wide 180º view that makes breathing underwater as easy and natural as it is on land.
Your phone goes everywhere with you & if it’s wrapped in a IN1case you’ll always have tools with you, too. They make protective cases for your phone with multi-tool functionality built right into the case itself. Stuff like pens, screwdrivers, nail file, tweezers, scissors, toothpick, and more. IN1cases are also TSA compliant.
The most noteworthy new feature on the re-designed Ferrari California T convertible, is the new turbo-charged V8 sitting under the Pininfarina-designed hood. That powerplant puts out 560-horses and serious torque, and somehow people think of the California as the “entry-level” Ferrari. Yeah, okay.
Oliver’s Travels specializes in luxury escapes & they’re billing their new romantic underwater getaway aboard the Lovers Deep as the Mile Low Club—a play on the Mile High Club. Calling it the Sexual Submarine aka SexSub would be better for PR but anyway. Customers can dispatch the luxury sub to anywhere in the world, arrange helicopter drop-off and go deeper than ever before.
Painting is dead. TV on the other hand is reportedly in the midst of its Golden Age, so it is with absolutely zero irony that Restoration Hardware has created a TV stand modeled after the classic artist’s easel. It is made of steel and wood and allows for precise height adjustment and will roll as far as your power cord is long.