stuff we drool about

Stayhold

Stayhold is one of those simple, clever inventions that makes you ask "Why did i not think of that before?”. Stayhold prevents the stuff you carry in your truck from bouncing around while you drive, groceries, tools, sports gear, etc… The dividers grip to the truck´s carpet and can be easily repositioned to contain your items from moving around.

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Also available for purchase in Europe here




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OMATA ONE

Omata One is the world´s first analog GPS speedometer, and what a good looking one it is. The sleek kit simplifies the cycling computer, showing you only the stuff that really matters out there: speed, distance, ascent and time. With a beautiful, modern and analog design, the highly advanced GPS computer blends retro accents with distinct contemporary vibes, and tracks everything with the same high-level of precision as the best cycling computers. The minimalist spe...
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GARIA | LUXURY GOLF CARTS

Garia produce luxury Golf carts, they are built in the same factory that manufactures cars such as Porsche, Opel and the Fisker Karma. The carts are built from some of the finest components in the industry and are available in several styles. Our pick is the Garia 2+2 a stylish cart capable of carrying 4 passengers, ideal for daily errands and quick commutes....
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PORSCHE 356 OUTLAW

Emory Motosports are specialists in customising the Porsche 356s since the late 1980s. The timeless model was taken out of production in 1956 but has since remained a favorite of car collectors worldwide. Dubbed the "Outlaw”, this modern take on the classic sports car has been updated with some premium flourishes for the exterior and interior, including rally-style seating, plus several performance upgrades, all without losing that timeless appeal. watch the video...
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