A sort of sideways, not-as-dopey-looking Segway, the Onewheel is a skate/surf/snowboard-like electric ride that goes 15MPH. Dynamic stabilization provides easy lean & go control and smooth turnability. The range is 6-7 miles with a 20-minute recharge time.
This Italian-made soft leather carryall zips open from end-to-end for instant access to everything. Inside there are 2 canvas twill pockets. Carry it with the adjustable shoulder strap or the leather handles.
The Beast is an e-bike with the rugged features of an ATV that’s built for off-road detours yet still totally legal for street use. Several battery/motor/trim options are available with top speeds ranging from 15-30MPH and distance ranges from 15-18 mi. on a full charge. The Beast also offers a backup solar charging panel.
Painted stealth black with no logos and submersible to 100-feet, Nemo’s 18V, 1000-watt cordless drill is built for the extreme applications needed by military Special Ops (likely not this weekend’s Ikea purchase). It features a 13mm chuck, 6-hour battery, and dual LED illumination. 2 batteries and a charger plus a pressurizing pump for underwater work is included.
This life-size, remote control R2-D2 is a fridge that will not only keep your drinks cold, it will also cruise right over & deliver them to you. It’s got the sounds & movements you expect from R2 as well as the capacity for a six-pack of cans.
In support of the MusicCares charity which helps uninsured musicians in times of need, rock legends such as Eddie Van Halen, Keith Richards and Tom Waits donated their personal boots, jackets, pants and guitar straps to Nixon Watches. From these pieces of memorabilia, the watchmaker created leather bands for special edition watches that will soon be available at Barney’s, colette, Selfridges and Ron Herman.
Wyoming-based Legacy Classic Trucks do frame-off, nut & bolt rebuild-restorations of the iconic Dodge Power Wagon, one of the meanest American 4X4’s ever made. They’re now offering 4-door versions, complete with a 480hp Direct Injected 6.2 Liter LT1 V-8, boxed frame, Recaro seats, and heaps more.
First issued by the British government to paratroopers in the World War II era, Longines has revived it for re-release as the Heritage Military COSD. This Swiss-made classic features a 40mm stainless case, Longines’ caliber L619.2 movement and clean, simple military styling.
The new 120-inch 4K TV from Vizio isn’t just another oversized boob-tube. It’s the first 4K TV with built-in decoders for Dolby Vision-mastered content. It is ultra-bright with 384 local dimming zones for eye-melting contrast & color. Unless you have to take the roof off your house to fit this into the living room, the $130K price tag seems like a screaming deal. Or opt for the relatively tiny 65″ set for $6k.
Most pro photo cameras use one large sensor to capture a single large image. The Light L16 device uses 16 separate sensors and lens modules that each take separate images (10 each) at different focal lengths, and then combine them into a single 52 megapixel composite image. The smartphone-style design makes it a lighter, smaller alternative to carrying a big DSLR without sacrificing image quality.