Yes, it’s called a laptop but working with it in your lap means frying your manhood. The Mobile AirDesk offers a solution: it’s a ventilated slab of polished, natural bamboo that goes between your lap and the machine and it’s much more comfortable. It also features a slot for your phone or tablet and a mouse pad. via
For the beginner RC pilot, the SmartPlane has one truly crucial feature: it’s crashproof. That’s right, send it into the wall or bounce it off the street, no problem. But the thing is, this smartphone-controlled plane is super-easy to fly, so even though you can crash it all you want, you probably won’t after a few minutes of practice.
Because they can perform more than one task, multitools are better than monotools. This one is made for bike repairs and maintenance, featuring all types of drivers, a wrench and a tire iron. It also comes packed in a cute little leather burrito you can strap to your classique randonneur.
The Powershell turns your iPhone into a mobile gaming console for all your fave iOS games. It’s got precision controls like an analog D-pad and shoulder triggers & it supports iOS 7 gaming. The fact that it’s also packing a 1500 MAH backup battery makes perfect sense.
If you’ve ever gone skiing the morning after an Indian food feast you know well how technical outerwear traps warm air. But this inflatable insulating vest from Klymit works a bit differently. It inflates with an included canister of Argon gas that puffs up air chambers in the vest to provide three-times the volume of lightweight insulation, allowing you to regulate your temp in all types of weather. via
The hundred bucks you spend on the Spot Trace Anti-theft satellite tracking device will be a small price to pay for keeping tabs on the whereabouts of your assets. Especially when the kids start driving. Satellite tracking is better than cellular for remote areas and the integrated Spot software let’s you track everything easily on Google maps.
If you’re just cutting 2-bys, this is the saw you want. Lightweight, compact, and featuring a 4-and-a-half-inch circular blade, it’ll cut through those 2-bys in one pass —so no flipping the board to get ’er done.
With room for your iPad, headphones and all the other little doinklets that make up your mobile office, the BookBook Travel Journal is a briefcase for your tablet that’s cleverly disguised as an antique leather book.
This backpack designed for cycling is lightweight and it will stay that way because your laptop won’t fit in there. What will: a pair of shoes, a change of clothes. There’s also a little pocket for your phone, keys, and the like. Just the essentials for that ride in to the office.
If you want to get your nuts cracked open you don’t have to invite her mom over for dinner, nor do you have to dust off that weird wooden soldier that only comes out during the holidays. You can load your nuts into this one. It’s dishwasher-safe and made of silicone & aluminum.