The Byrd Quadcopter features a fold-up design making it perfectly portable for those strike missions off the beaten path. Carry it out in your pack & set it back up in minutes. It offers 25-minute flight time and comes standard with a 1080p video camera. An upgraded version offers a 4K camera option and “follow me” tracking function.
A burly 24-inch bike wheel with a wide knobby tire gives the American-made Honey Badger the ability to roll smoothly over rough ground carrying all sorts of heavy loads up to 250 pounds. Whether you need to get a couple kids up the trail or haul your 10-point buck out of the woods, you’re cruising. It features a triangular frame, handlebars and a heavy-duty disc brake. Accessories like a cooler & kid seat are also available.
Designed for serious swimmers seeking maximum performance in cold water without sacrificing flexibility, the Thermal Helix wetsuit offers a body heat-saving Zirconium jersey liner and chest panel design that offers superior buoyancy as well as supportive flexibility for your lungs, reducing pressure on your chest & allowing you to breathe easier.
Why you would want night vision is your business. But with the Scout TK thermal vision monocular, you’ll have it. You can even record what you see, which is people, objects and animals over 100 yards away. The pocket-sized device is powered by a 5-hour Li-Ion battery.
The most versatile of Nikon’s new DL line of premium compacts, is the DL24-85. Its 24-85-equivalent zoom and macro capabilities offer lots of shooting options. It features a 20.8MP 1″-type BSI CMOS sensor & shoots 4K/UHD video recording at 30p. Other highlights include a 3” OLED touchscreen and & NFC wi-fi.
Even though they’re better known for tractors than technology, Caterpillar won the race to debut the world’s first thermal camera smartphone. The CAT S60 features Lepton thermal imaging sensors that allow users to see in pitch-black darkness with its built-in FLIR camera.
Like your very own in-home flight simulator, the Immersit sofa motion device provides a more immersive movie & gaming experience by delivering action-appropriate jolts, tilts and vibrations. It’s compatible with PCs and most popular consoles, like Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3 & 4. So far, there are motion codes for over 120 different games plus hundreds of films & counting. Works with any sofa.
Drawing inspiration from 1950s-era dive watches, Filson’s new Dutch Harbor watch collection is built around a formidable 43mm case with a high contrast 3-hand dial. It is water resistant up to 990 feet, features a unidirectional bezel for precise timing, and is available with leather, nylon and stainless steel bands.
This electric go-kart was designed for kids but if you just can’t resist, it will actually support riders up to 200-pounds, although you might have a tough time hitting the max speed of 12MPH. It’ll be more fun for the kids, but not too much fun. Safety features abound: a front collision sensor will stop it automatically before impact & a phone app allows you to set parental controls for speed, range & so on.
Sony’s APS-C mirrorless, α6300 is taking on the world: it’s got the world’s fastest auto-focus & the most phase-detection AF points available. This means incredible clarity and image quality whether you’re shooting still photos or pro-quality 4K video.