The Survco Tactical Credit Card Ax is the ultimate survival tool, it is able to perform 21 functions and is compact and slim enough to fit in your wallet. The tough multitool won’t rust, it is made in 12 gauge, 304 stainless steel, and is the size of a credit card. The versatile tool can be easily transformed into an axe with a handful of zip ties, and into 20 other handy tools, including a tomahawk, an arrow, a shovel, a spear, a saw, a bottle opener, and several wrenches and screw drivers. An indispensable portable solution for any outdoorsman.
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Just over a month ago KTM rode to victory in this year´s Dakar rally. To celebrate this success, KTM are giving fans a chance to put a Dakar Rally Winner in their garage! KTM want customers to experience what it feels to ride a Dakar bike, they have announced that this 2014 KTM 450 Rally Replica(an exact copy of the bike Marc Coma rode to victory) will be available very soon for purchase. The spectacular limited edition is literally ready to race a rally and can be ordered through your local KTM dealer.
New from French audio engineers at Devialet is the impressive Phantom, a beautifully designed Speaker packed with cutting edge audio technologies, and promises to be one of the most advanced personal listening speakers in the world. You get two choices: the Phantom with 750 watts and the Silver Phantom, with 3000 watts. They look really elegant, made from fiberglass on the outside and with an aluminum central core and drivers. It´s main features are the high grade dual-core processor, and the integrated technologies, such as the HBI (Heart Bass Implosion) or the ADH Intelligence (Analog Digital Hybrid). If you buy more than one you can synchronize them, with up to 24 phantom speakers. It has an optical input so you can connect it to your console, your TV or Blu-Ray player. All the critics have been agreeing on the really impressive sound quality that comes from the beautifully futuristic designed speaker, and are saying it sounds better than speakers twenty times its size.
The Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen is one of those timeless pieces of furniture we drool about. It´s minimal design dates back to 1958, and features fluid and curved lines. "The Egg" is a modern furniture icon, both functional and beautiful...and, it would look great in our living room.
Our custom motorbike crush today is a nice simple machine from Sydney workshop, Gasoline Custom Motorcycles. The guys have really kept it simple, eliminating most stuff from the rear end and replacing the standard heavy exhaust, giving the bike a freedom of lightness. The utilitarian character of the bike was achieved by adding big knobbly tires and a rough-round-the-edges finish. Check out their website for more custom builds.
A few weeks ago we showed you the world´s most simple phone, John´s Phone. Well, this is arguably the world’s simplest camera. The Clap digital camera has a 2 megapixel lenses that can shoot up to 1280 x 1024 resolution photos, and 720 x 480 movies. It uses Micro SD memory for storage and supports up to 16 GB cards. The built-in USB connector allows you to plug right into your computer for easy download and recharge. The minimalist Clap is just 1.4 x 2.8 x 0.59 inches and weighs only 24g, it is available in a variety of colors. source
Oto Cycles from Barcelona, design classic vintage style bikes powered by an electric motor. Several styles are available, all with bold, retro, 1950´s inspired designs. The OtoR model featured here, comes complete with an LCD display, a Brooks saddle and a choice of a 750w motor enabling it to travel at speeds of up to 34mph. You´ll have the feeling of driving a retro motorcycle, while enjoying the environment with its silent motor. All models are handmade and can be fully customized with a choice of colors, tires, saddles, motor, battery and other components.
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