Spanish design house Bel & Bel have given a cool-upgrade to the uncool segway, they have combined two of the most distinctive vehicles on the roads and created the Vespa Segway. Named Zero Scooter, the creative vehicle is actually made with real parts from the iconic Vespa and can travel up to 21 miles on one charge at speeds of up to 12 mph. The quirky scooter is made to order and and can be customized by color and finish. If you´re gonna ride a segway, you might as well do it in style...
Also by Bel & Bel, check out the Vespa Seat
Fun product by Kikkerland, the Safe Kitchen Timer is a kitchen timer made to look like a safe lock! It will look as if your ordinary refrigerator turned into a massive combination safe. The timer is magnetic and goes up to 60 minutes, all you need to do is turn the dial to set the desired time. Available in black or red.
One of our favorite tactical gear brands Goruck have introduced a line of Gym bags. The bags are made with Goruck´s renowned durable, military-grade, highly water resistant materials, and hold all your workout essentials with plenty of room for more gear. Available in several colors and in two sizes 20L or 38L
Keys-To-Go is a new ultra-portable keyboard by Logitech. The super slender keyboard packs light and is perfect for productivity while on the go, it features Bluetooth wireless connectivity, and is compatible with most iPad/iPhone/AppleTV models. It´s surface is covered with water-repellant and wipeable FabricSkin, keeping out dirt, dust, and spills. The keyboard also features a battery that provides up to 3 months of use on a full charge, and the always handy iOS shortcuts. watch the video
Available for purchase in Europe here
The popular Skateback
covers by Grove are now available for the iPhone 5. Grove teamed up
with MapleXO to produce the stylish Skatebacks, they are made from 100%
post-industrial skate board material and cover the back of your phone.
They are available in 3 color schemes and no two covers are exactly
alike! Available for iPhone 5 or 4/4s
Check out the Sk8 Shades, also made from recycled skateboards
Originally designed for bike polo mallet holders, the creators (WalnutStudiolo) soon found out that this useful accessory can hold all kinds of things to your bike - why not a six pack? With an adjustable strap, this secures just about anything and holds variably sized items.
If you are a serious hiker and are fed up of the strain on your back and shoulders from carrying a heavy backpak, this could be a good solution, the Monowalker puts all the weight on the back wheel making your hike much more relaxing. Another great feature is the hipbelt, allowing you to walk hands free. If tou are going downhill you can pull the disk brake on the trailer making it an easier descent.
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