stuff we drool about

U-boat Classico Carbon Fiber Ceramic Watch | Limited Edition

U-BOAT presents this stunning wristwatch of their new limited edition collection. The watch comes in matte black and is made of carbon fiber, the bezel is in ceramic and the strap in rubber. It is resitente to water, up to 300 feet deep. Only 300 pieces will be made available.



img_u_boat_clessico_ceramic_watch_2.jpg | Image

img_u_boat_clessico_ceramic_watch_3.jpg | Image

Taylor Stitch
Velomacchi
Leatherman Multi-Tool Watch | Image

Leatherman Multi-Tool Watch

Following the success of their popular Multi-Tool Bracelet, Leatherman have introduced the world’s first multi-tool watch with customizable tread links. Attached to a premium, Swiss-made watch, the versatile bracelet features individual links equipped with tools that perform two or three functions each, making a total of 25 usable tools available at a moment’s notice. The wearable multi-tool is fully customizable so the user can rearrange links, add new ones, or adj...
read more
WEEKENDER BAG | BY KILLSPENCER | Image

WEEKENDER BAG | BY KILLSPENCER

LA Brand Killspencer make some stunning bags, another example is this cool weekender bag. A very tough bag constructed with reserve Korean war era coated cotton canvas. It features black riri water resistant "aquazip” zipper, 2 exterior button snap pockets, interior padded laptop compartment with elastic security strap, wall mount system and hub, and shiny black leather bullhide handle with pull the dot button snaps. Available in 4 colors....
read more
JACKFISH | Image

JACKFISH

Jackfish is a Survival Credit Card Holder that could very well have been developed by Ian Fleming´s character "Q” from the Bond Films. A small item that´s packed with tools that can help you survive or handle rough situations. It can let you carry up to four credit cards on it, choose between the aluminum or Titanium body, both light and thin but ensuring a strong structure. With Jackfish Survival Credit Card Holder you also get three different screwdrivers, a Kings...
read more