Drawing inspiration from their celebrated 1970s chronographs, Longines has just released another updated classic. The Heritage Diver looks a lot like its vintage counterpart but got a new caliber L663.5 movement & a stainless steel 43mm case. It is available in both chronograph & three-hand variations.
Harrison Ford’s son Ben is an adventurous chef. Like Indiana Jones wearing an apron. In addition to recipes and advice on how to cook for large groups, Ben shares stories about growing up with his famous actor dad. But it’s not just fluff, Ben Ford spent years studying under some of California’s most famous chefs—and not just the ones employed by his dad.
Slowly handmade in Belgium, the cases and sleeves for MacBook from Aercraft feature premium materials like 100% natural South African merino wool felt & Norwegian vegetable-tanned leather. The design of their Cover & Stand case provides a slight tilt to your laptop, improving both the angle for viewing and your posture while working.
This bluetooth & app-enabled smart soccer ball contains sensors that track your play data & sends it to your iPhone or iPod touch. Tracking flight trajectories, how hard the ball has been kicked, plus free kicks & corners, gives you lots of info to help focus your training.
BMW is known for building durable, comfortable motorbikes but not beautiful ones. That could change if they actually produce their Roland Sands-designed Concept Roadster, a muscular remake of their iconic 1973 R 90S. It’s a mean-looking roadster packed with a snarling 1170cc, 123-horse boxer motor.
Super-bright LEDs aren’t exactly what you’d call mood lighting. Instead try this classic, German-made storm lantern. It runs for 20 hours on a full-tank of fuel providing warm, incandescent light and features a weatherproof Suprax glass globe and chrome-like tin finish.
This American-made folding camp chair is built with a durable kiln-dried Ash frame and a polyester back. In addition to classic good looks it also features a handy shoulder strap and a built-in bottle opener.
Many would credit the gargantuan riffs and scuzzy tone of Angus Young’s Gibson SG with making the magic but there’s a lot more to AC/DC’s decades-long success story and this book breaks it all down. Part biography of the 3 Young brothers and part critical appreciation, this is a serious book about a band that seriously rocks.
Upstart Belgian watch brand Ressence creates watches like no other. Designer Benoit Mintiens has reimagined the mechanics of watchmaking to develop an oil-based mechanical system of hands-free dials. The effect is a bold, highly legible face where the information appears projected on the glass.
Once hailed as the “most important company in the world,” this book is the first full history of Intel Corporation, told through the lives of the three most important figures in the company’s history: Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove; the trio of geniuses credited with the development of the microprocessor.