The BikeSpike won’t replace your lock but it is a GPS tracker that will help you find & recover your bike if it’s stolen. Hidden in your bike’s water bottle cage, the Spike links to a web, iOs, or Android app that lets you pinpoint its location. The device also functions as a fitness tracker and can be used to help you keep track of the kids when they’re out on their bikes.
As you can see in this fine example of quirky craftsmanship from Skate Home, taking the wheels off the skateboard and replacing them with legs made of Canadian Maple transforms a thing that would normally bust your ass into a stylish place for it to rest. Available in black, white, & two natural wood tones. via
The San Juan Mountains of southern Colorado offer some of the best mountain biking in the lower 48; the ideal R & D lab for Durango-based Bedrock Bags. They make bombproof bags for biking and bikepacking. If you like to do it in the dirt, their growing line of handmade handlebar and frame bags will carry your cargo proper-like.
We can’t guarantee it will be more fun but your golf game might improve a bit if you skipped the 19th hole and did some post-play analysis. Game Golf is a wearable technology platform that tracks and stores all your key game stats like drive distance, accuracy, club choice, score, handicap, etc, & allows you to analyze, share, & compare your game with your online golf bros.
Outside Portland city limits, nobody expects a block of wood with a horn sticking out of it to fall under “audio equipment” but in the epicenter of the American handcraft renaissance, different rules apply. A chunk of Northwest Alder wood lined with a Pendleton blanket and fitted with a Bison horn becomes a “passive amplifier.”
When you’re way out in the wild and the water supply at camp is of questionable quality, the Lifesaver Jerry Can will keep you and your cub scouts from splattering the countryside in fits of bacteria-induced sickness. The sturdy 18.5-liter Jerrycan filters & removes all bacteria, viruses, cysts, parasites, fungi & other microbial waterborne pathogens.
You’ve tried everything & still can’t figure out what your problem is, so now try this: buy a CubeSensor for every room in your home to automatically monitor the room’s humidity, temperature, air quality, light quality, and barometric pressure. The system recommends adjustments to these environmental factors allowing you to optimize your comfort. Shipping summer 2013.
Normally flasks are designed to be stashed in a pocket or jammed in your boot for stealth boozing. Not this one. Handmade of gleaming 100% solid copper in the USA, it’s the kind of thing you’ll want to show off, so be prepared to share your whiskey.
Everyone would have a home security system if they weren’t so expensive. And even if you’ve got one, the control panels look like a scientific calculator from the 80s. Plus you pay a lot for this outdated technology. Scout wireless security systems are sleek, smart & totally DIY. You install the system yourself, control if from your phone or computer and never pay monthly fees.
The Myo Armband let’s you control your digital devices with just a wave of your hand or a snap of your fingers by monitoring & reading muscle activity in your forearm. It’s called “gesture control” and functions sort of like Wii minus the controller. Like, right now you would snap your fingers to play the video or air-swipe and move down the page to the next awesome product. Ships fall 2013.