It’s omnidirectional. That means it shoots out music in every direction. And because it has 6 speakers and bluetooth it’ll rock the house from any wireless device or stream via DLNA or Apple Airplay. Looks badass too.
Maybe you didn’t know this but David Yurman is America’s premier jewelry and watch designer. And that’s precisely why Victorinox teamed up with him for the design of a special collection of Swiss Army style knives. There are 4 styles, each featuring Yurman’s distinctive artistry with handles made of sterling silver.
Stadler Form is the name of the Swiss company that makes Robert. Robert is the name of their handsome new 3.5–gallon aluminum digital humidifier/purifier. It features a slick design with touchscreen controls for keeping the air in your home or workspace clean and/or suitably moist. Our initial testing has been impressive. Silent operation, easy to use controls and an amazing design to please even the fussiest perfectionist.
With a design inspired by your beer gut, this stool from award-winning furniture-artist Damien Gernay features a soft, pudgy seat of black leather and hardwood legs.
Instead of sending these old helicopter parts to the smelter, they’re being upcycled by a German designer into one-of-a-kind stools that retain their vintage, battle-worn patina and original markings.
Panasonic’s new Lumix GM1 is like a miniature version of their popular GX7; and just as powerful despite it’s small size. It’s got the same 16-megapixel sensor, Venus engine, and an array of available lenses.
In just one run down the bunny slope your Google glasses will be fogged up and iced over, so if you crave the same sort of heads-up display & data for your on-hill adventures, the Oakley Airwave 1.5 is the ticket. These goggles deliver legendary Oakley optics plus trail map display, GPS, MFi Bluetooth, and more.
Surfer and furniture designer Lawrence O’Toole makes these tables using surfboards that he finds at the dump near his home in Kauai. He rips the old boards apart, reshapes, colors, and re-glasses them; transforming the would-be landfill junk into sleek, stylish tables that will look great in your home or out by the pool. via
It sorta seems like all cameras should be shockproof and waterproof. Of course they would last too long and camera companies wouldn’t need to release new camera models every 3 days like they do now. So, here we are again at day 3 and Nikon has unveiled the AW1. Yup, shockproof and waterproof. It also offers the versatility of interchangeable (waterproof) lenses.
Loading, transporting & unloading a traditional kayak isn’t easy. That’s why these modular kayaks make sense. They clip together or apart for easy set-up & breakdown in just seconds. Instead of struggling with an unwieldy 16-foot plastic pontoon on & off the car roof, simply throw the pieces in the trunk and go. via