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.
The Phantom 4 is the newest drone from DJI and it’s autonomous, meaning it automatically avoids obstacles as well as detecting humans. 5 cameras help it achieve this ability with on-board software that creates a 3D map of the surroundings for navigation. The main capture camera records in 4K UHD.
Wisconsin-based ESCAPE Homes has created a towable tiny house; the 160 square-foot Vista model is an American-made cabin on wheels with panoramic windows and a customizable modern interior. At 8.5 feet wide and 9.5 feet tall and weighing 6500-pounds, it can be easily towed with a truck or SUV.
The look may say Hollywood steampunk meets vintage bi-plane but the Morgan EV3 is an all electric open-top 3-wheeler that really moves. 100 miles-an-hour give or take and without the roar of a combustion engine. A unique driving experience to be sure.
The twin-turbo 600-horsepower DB11 is the latest iteration of the iconic Aston Martin DB, first made infamous by 007 back in the 60s. Large side vents at the front wheels, the lines of the contrast-colored roof strake, and an upgraded interior with a touchscreen interface in the console mark it as a thoroughly modern design.
To celebrate its 100th birthday, Lamborghini has created a car truly worthy of the occasion. The 770-horsepower Centario is the most powerful Lambo ever made and features a full carbon fiber body. To go with the neck-snapping speeds: 0-62 in 2.8 & a top-end of more than 217 MPH, the Centenario also has a 10-inch touchscreen in the console with Apple AirPlay as standard equipment. Only 40 will be built.
Like the Tesla Powerwall, Orison is a rechargeable home battery/power supply. A single Orison puts out 2.2 kWh—enough to power an AC Unit, a laptop, and a television set for six hours, plus a refrigerator for 24 hours a day. With their simple online tool you can figure out exactly how many hours it will take to power your place. Using a cloud system, the units determines the best time to recharge so they’re never drawing power at peak hours. And that saves money. Orison units are available in wall mount or tower form.