Sick of pulling it out all the time? With Flic you can just leave your phone in your pocket. Flic is a wireless button you can set up to do all kinds of tasks, like controlling lights, snoozing a phone alarm, playing music, screening calls, and triggering the camera in your phone. With its simple Android & iOS app, you can program it to do lots more, too.
Zippers were invented in the 1800s, time to update. This luggage features a fast, not-going-to-blow-open zipperless design. It is also GPS-enabled so you can track it while you travel. The carry-on size features USB charging with a rechargeable battery pack and all Trunkster luggage comes with a 5-year warranty. Another funded Kickstarter project.
The Moto Guzzi V7 has become a popular candidate for customization and apparently the iconic Italian brand is encouraging it. They’re now offering 4 distinct factory custom kits with high-quality Italian-made parts: The Dapper, The Dark Rider, The Scrambler, and The Legend. From tins to exhaust to bars and performance parts, these kits give you everything you need to make it your own.
Designed & built by Canadian craftsman Tom Chudleigh, Free Spirit Spheres are ewok-style treehouses made to hang suspended in the forest canopy—putting its inhabitants up in the trees, making for a unique wilderness experience that minimizes human impact on the environment. The Spheres are made of wood and coated in fiberglass for a waterproof exterior. Inside there’s a kitchen, bed, and all the comforts of home.
This compact Michigan-made camping hammock is stored in and deployed from its Double Barrel stuff sack—keeping your hammock & straps together at all times for quicker set-up and breakdown. The design of the Rapid Cinch Strap means you can set it up in just 30 seconds, then just hang out.
Designed by Leon Ransmeier for Danish design company HAY, the Revolver Stool rotates a full 360 degrees. It features a circular seat and a clean, simple design available in either bar or counter height.
Colorado-based Mountain Standard is an upstart brand making simple, functional outdoor gear like fleece shirts made with American textiles and Primadown hybrid synthetic/down-filled jackets. Their current range includes a fleece shirt and jacket, insulated light jackets and a cozy, hooded down jacket (shown above).
Made of tough, #10 waxed canvas, this rolltop duffel from San Francisco-based Modern Industry features waterproof zippers, Horween leather handles, and a compression strap with a Raptor buckle.
Installing cameras all around your home is one way people handle home security but keeping a live web cam in the living room or kitchen is also pretty weird. Point is a small wireless, wall-mounted home security system that listens to the sounds of your home, senses the indoor environment, and analyzes the air. Through the App, it tracks any changes in your home & notifies you of things like windows breaking, alarms ringing, or the presence of smoke. A fully funded Kickstarter project.
Moleskine and Adobe teamed-up on a new Creative Cloud Moleskine notebook, allowing your sketchbook masterpiece to be transferred directly into digital format. You draw in the book, take a photo with a connected app, and a vector version of your sketch is sent to your Adobe Creative Cloud account, where it can be edited in Photoshop or Illustrator.