There’s a lot going on in Sony’s latest iteration of the RX10. It still gives you 960 fps, 1080p super slo-mo, 30 fps 4K filming and 20 megapixel stills at 14 fps. The big upgrade to the new model is the giant zoom lens: an f2.4, 24-600mm that will make footage from your nosebleed seats look like you were front row on the floor.
This latest version of the SkyRunner can be transformed from an all-terrain vehicle to a lightweight sports aircraft in a matter of minutes. Picture it: one minute you’re ripping down the trail kicking up dirt, then next, you’re flying it over the river at 55 mph to the other side. Or climbing up to 10,000 feet elevation and flying home instead of driving.
TUDOR Watches is the sister brand of Rolex; utilizing primarily Rolex materials and designs. They’ve just introduced a new blacked-out version of their popular Black Bay model. The PVD treated matte-black 41mm steel case features the MT5602 movement, Tudor’s first ever mechanical movement made in-house.
Oklahoma-based Classic Recreations builds iconic classic cars with modern power & performance. Their Shelby GT500 takes the ’67 Shelby Mustang and re-loads it with a race-tuned 790HP engine, rack & pinion steering, and a full array of Shelby performance parts as well as correct Shelby interior details.
A low-key, understated Rolex. Now that’s definitely something new. The Oyster Perpetual Explorer chrono with Chromalight display features a black 904L steel case, a scratch-proof sapphire crystal, and luminescent display that glows blue and is easily legible in all environments. It is powered by the renowned calibre 3132 perpetual mechanical movement.
The Executive Issue 79 Field Watch from Los Angeles-based Weiss Watch Company contains over 100 Swiss parts that are hand finished and assembled in America, the 42mm case is machined from a solid piece of 18K yellow gold and features a vegetable-tanned Horween leather band.
Founded in east Texas in 2011, the Texas Rover Company offers American-made products inspired by exploration & adventure that are built to last a lifetime. The collapsible Humphrey Chair borrows its design from a classic 1800s camp chair with a frame of Pecan wood, carbon steel hinges, and a seat of oiled, full-grain leather.
The blade is made of exotic Damascus steel but the handle of this folding pocketknife from L’atelier Perceval is out of this world. Literally. It’s carved from a chunk of meteorite. Yes, a boulder from outer space. And due to the extra-terrestrial origins & handmade construction, every knife is unique.
Originally designed for a museum exhibit, this oversized version of the iconic Anglepoise 1227 desk lamp makes a bold statement in any space. Fully extended it stands over 8-feet tall and is available in the same aluminum construction and powder-coated finishes offered on the original.
Named for the Massachusetts town where Indian Motorcycles began, the Springfield blends classic Indian looks with modern comfort & performance. This all-new model is designed to quickly convert from cruiser to bagger & back in mere minutes. It features a quick-release windshield, passenger seat, and hard cases as well as adjustable suspension easily adjusted to suit your payload.