Sense is a simple system that tracks your sleep, monitors the environment of your bedroom, and reinvents the alarm. It watches for noise, light, temperature, humidity and particles in the air, and figures out in which conditions you sleep best. The small glowing orb connects wirelessly to a tag that clips to your pillow and monitors your sleep patterns, tracks movement like disturbed sleep or waking up, and listens out for snoring, sleep talking, and other human factors. You can keep track of everything in the companion iOS and Android apps that also allow to set a Smart Alarm, waking you up in the morning at the right point in your sleep cycle, avoiding that groggy feeling we all hate so much. watch the video
Sense is currently running a successful kickstarter campaign you can help fund here.
Rollipak is a clever solution by TrekPak that easily lets you upgrade your favorite bag into a photography pack. The innovative kit is available in various sizes and includes several sized dividers and pins so you can customize your pack and accommodate your gear. Simply remove the velcro padded dividers from your bag, line the interior with Rolli, re-organize your gear with the dividers, pin them in place, and you´re good to go.
Adidas have finetuned its lightweight Terrex Solo approach shoe using legendary Stealth rubber, a unique compound that offers unbeatable grip and ultimate performance on any angle terrain. Comfortable, light and with superb grip, Outdoor Award winner Terrex Solo also offers high-impact ADIPRENE cushioning, and a midsole, which features EVA foam, and has been reinforced using a TPU film, enabling comfortable, but dynamic movement, even during longer trails. The shoe also features strategically placed loops on the heel so it can be attached to the rest of your gear with a carabiner. watch the video
Available for purchase in Europe here
Hops is a new app that allows users to rate every beer they try (they have a database of 30,000 beers and counting). Based on each users ratings and current location, Hops curates a list of beers the user is likely to enjoy. Each beer has its own profile complete with label, image, beer style and description, and additional information such as alcohol content and IBU. Hops also has an embedded maps feature that allows users to find nearby breweries and browse their beer catalogs. Through a simple, elegant interface, Hops also curates a unique set of beer suggestions based specifically on your preferences.
The spectacular QUANT E-Sportlimousine was first presented at the 2014 Geneva motor show back in March as a concept vehicle, but now the four seater electric sportscar has just been approved for use on public roads. The car was developed by Swiss company nanoFLOWCELL and is powered by a salt water nanoFLOWcell system that drives energy through the car’s four electric motors (one per wheel). Powered exclusively by salt water, this beast is packed with a mind-blowing 912hp engine capable of hitting 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds, and has a top speed of 236 mph. watch the video
Carry your beloved Mac Pro in this ruggedly padded ballistic nylon case by WaterField. The case is ideal for video editors, traveling gamers, developers and big power users on the go. The rugged case is made from padded ballistic nylon and features a soft, cushy, cashmere-like interior, that cradles your Mac Pro like a baby. A side pocket has room for an Apple wireless keyboard, and an included disc pouch lets you carry accessories such as a mouse, cables and power cord. A heavy duty plastic plate protects the bottom of the computer and a nylon grab handle and a removable suspension shoulder strap, make it easy to carry. watch the video
The Limited Edition SVT-GR44 Chronograph by TSOVET is one tough watch made for action. The industrial look is characteristic of most of Tsovet’s watches, but is more pronounced on the SVT-GR44. The rugged timepiece features a virtually unbreakable 44mm aerospace-grade stainless steel case, refined sapphire crystal, and is powered by a Valjoux 7750 movement. Each watch is limited and individually numbered 01 to 51.
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