For quality espresso shots on the go, try the compact, portable Minipresso machine. It uses either ground coffee or Caffitaly capsules and requires just a few presses of the push-button pump to create 116psi for optimal extraction. Small enough to fit in your pack or carry-on.
Vizio’s new P-Series 4K TVs offer state-of-the-art 4K specs at prices you won’t believe. The 50-inch model is just $1000. If you bought your 4K set last year or even last month, we’re sorry.
Actively blocking 95% of ambient noise, Phiaton’s latest noise-canceling buds also feature Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC technology for instant tap-to-link pairing.
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The 920XT is Garmin’s new GPS triathlon watch. It features a color screen and using Garmin Vivosmart, it tracks all your workout data for a variety of sports, links with ANT+ devices and also provides notifications, email, and incoming calls from your phone via bluetooth.
With its hand-built carbon fiber body and a V12 powerplant, the new Lagonda sedan from Aston Martin is both light and powerful, reaching speeds over 175MPH. The interior features wall-to-wall premium hand-stitched leather. The first deliveries are scheduled to begin in early 2015.
Add ambiance to your next outdoor gathering with the BlazingBlock, a portable, self-contained bonfire made from a simple block of wood. All you need is a fireproof surface to put it on and a flame to light the included Fatwood starter stick, then sit back and bask in the warm glow. 3-hour burn time.
It’s been 35 years since Ridley Scott’s sci-fi masterpiece Alien was released. Now an anniversary edition Blu-ray is on the way that will include the 1979 theatrical version, the 2003 director’s cut, plus loads of extras, deleted scenes, and the movie soundtrack.
Despite the versatility of a scrambler-style bike, there are very few factory-built scramblers on the market but soon there will be another. This week at the Intermoto expo in Cologne, Ducati unveils its new 803-cc Scrambler in 4 different trims, ranging from the 70s-inspired Classic edition to the dirt-craving Urban Enduro edition. Starting at $8595, the new Scrambler is the lowest priced bike in the Ducati lineup.