stuff we drool about

Hexbright Flex

After an uber successful kickstarter campaign, HexBright Flex is now available. The flashlight is capable of 500 lumens of dazzling power! it is also the world´s first open-source flashlight, meaning you can program the light however you desire. Made from aircraft grade aluminum, it features an ergonomic grip designed to comfortably fit your hand. Plus it doesn´t require batteries, the included rechargeable battery is charged via a USB port. A wall charger and a micro-USB cable are also included. watch the video

Not convinced? then take a look at the insanely happy Amazon reviews.




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IPAD MINI LEATHER SLEEVE

Remember the beautifully hand crafted leather sleeve & card holder for the new iPhone 5 we featured? Now the same Etsy Store(grams28) are selling a similar version for the iPad Mini. The handmade leather sleeve is sized appropriately to snugly carry the new iPad Mini and features a pocket at the front to hold stuff such as your notebook, earbuds or mobile phone....
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SIMPLE STATION DOCK

Simple Station Dock is a sleek docking solution for both your iPhone and Apple Watch. The premium 2-in-1 docking station is sculpted from a single block of Aerospace Aluminum that makes docking and undocking with one hand simple and easy. It allows you to charge both items simultaneously and features a built in sound amplifier great for listening to music and amplifying your alarm. via watch the video The Simple Station Dock is now available for pre-order at Kick...
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KONOST FF

Konost is a new startup composed of engineers and designers passionate about photography, their beautiful Konost FF is a digital rangefinder that could very well challenge Leica. They state "Konost FF is the world´s first true digital rangefinder”, instead of using the traditional mechanical rangefinder, it uses electronics overlayed on an optical viewfinder. Although not yet available (expected in early 2016), we leave you with some specs: it will feature a aluminu...
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