This little drone packs a ton of function into a small, lightweight package. The camera has a Sony 4K Exmor sensor on an ultralight gimbal for stable, super hi-res video & images. The drone itself uses GPS linked to your phone to automatically track you overhead as well as programmable flight options. Even the blades are protected so you don’t lose a finger.
This floating wall desk designed by Dario Antonioni is clean and minimal, offering an ample worktop and a pull out tray for your keyboard. Available in 2 sizes and made of either walnut or rift oak, the desk is easy to assemble & mount, at either sitting or standing height.
These tents link together so you can create a self-contained tent village connected by zip-together tunnels. Made by UK-based MC2 Innovation, this car-camping tent system includes tents of 2 different sizes, the 8-person Maxi & The 4-person Mini. Depending on the number of tents & tunnels, lots of configurations are possible.
Scholar is a Los Angeles-based brand specializing in bags that combine luxury & utility. Seems like a good formula. Clean, classic packs, duffels, and totes handmade in America with premium leathers.
Offering 4K UHD in a camera that fits in the palm of your hand, the E1 supports all Panasonic & Olympus MFT lenses to deliver incredible low light performance, all controlled by an app with your Apple or Android phone.
Tumi’s new Vapor Lite Series is the brand’s lightest hardside travel collection. The locking 4-wheeled cases achieve their weight & strength with the use of a multi-layer polycarbonate alloy that is more durable than standard polycarbonate construction.
Founded in California in 2013, Weiss Watch Company is working to bring back the lost art of American watchmaking. Their mechanical timepieces are handmade by the company’s 27-year old, Swiss-trained founder, Cameron Weiss who sharpened his skills with Audemars Piguet and Vacheron Constantin.
Boasting a 20-mile range, the Rino 650t is latest in handheld 2-way radios from Garmin. It comes preloaded with detailed TOPO U.S. 100K maps and a 1-year subscription to BirdsEye Satellite imagery and features a 2.6” color display and a full navigational toolset with high-sensitivity GPS, barometric altimeter, 3-axis electronic compass and NOAA weather radio.
Made from a salvaged stump and fitted with internal lighting that disperses light through the cracks in the log, this stool-table is built for indoor and outdoor use and won the award for the Best Sustainable Design at The Edge 2014. A smaller lamp is also available.