The Raptor 2 is the most advanced electric skateboard on the market capable of reaching top speed of 45 kmh and a massive 40 kilometers range. It’s powered by two powerful electric motors setup in the rear wheels that will let you climb in hills with up to 17% gradient. The frame and the deck is made from carbon fibre composite making it very durable yet relatively light at 9kg.
Minimalist design and no wires. The new u-JAYS Wireless on-ear headphones are designed with an emphasis on quality and attention to details, featuring 40mm dynamic speakers and integrated touch controls that give you an easy-to-use experience only one touch away. With battery life of more than 25 hours there is no need to worry about running out of batteries. They are available now in four different styles.
Using a standard home freezer and any water source this compact device will deliver two crystal clear slow melting 60mm diameter ice balls so you can enjoy your favourite spirit chilled and never watered down. It uses directional freezing to remove and isolate air bubbles and impurities allowing you to extract two clear ice balls for your drink every time.
Corazon make some of the best and sought after tequilas around, and this Anejo has an extra dimension; this expression has been aged for two years in casks that previously held Old Rip Van Winkle Bourbons. This results in a rich, creamy style of tequila, with notes of oak, fresh nuts, vanilla, cream and gentle agave spice.
PowerUp Paper Airplane VR Drone lets you experience flight as if you were sitting in the cockpit. Using included Google cardboard viewer you see what your plane sees and control it by simply tilting your head to the direction you want it to fly. It has a over 90 meters wireless video streaming range, reaches speeds of up to 32 kmh, and can flight for 10 minutes on a full charge. It is compatible with both iOS and Android smartphones.
Bluetooth trackers can be very useful to track objects like the keys you left in the fridge, but fails if something goes out of range, like your dog might. Ping GPS Locator combines the Bluetooth tracking with GPS and a 3G cellular connection that allows you to check on the location of something nearby or across the world. It provides always-on, global tracking with battery life of up to three months.
Compiled by French chef and writer Jean-François Mallet, Recipes from the Woods: The Book of Game and Forage is a collection of 100 recipes featuring game and foraged ingredients, such as chestnuts, nettles, and wild strawberries. The recipes encourage readers to discover the pleasure of cooking game and wild foods.
Salt and water. That's all you need to power this saltwater powered LED lantern, a very handy lamp for emergencies when you don't have access to ordinary batteries or a regular power supply. All you need to do is pouring salt and water into top of the light and turn it on. The lamp will run for around 80 hours on a full amount of salt and water, providing illumination of around 2,000 lux.
Piaggio, the company behind the Vespa scooter, has made its first move into autonomous transportation with a robotic personal donkey that carries your belongings for you. The electrically powered two wheeled droid Gita follows you while you walk but is also capable of operating autonomously in a mapped environment. It has a carrying capacity of 18 kg.
Symantec, the company best known for their anti-virus software, has just announced the first piece of hardware, a product that will help protect all the connected devices within your house. The Norton Core Router using some advanced techniques to secure your home network against malware, viruses and hackers. It uses phased-array antenna design to provide excellent speeds, coverage and range.
Speedy Tuesday is a social media phenomenon where Omega Speedmaster enthusiasts share the photos of their watches using the #SpeedyTuesday hashtag. Now Omega decided to create Speedmaster Speedy Tuesday limited edition watch featuring white sub-dials that are set against a black dial and powered by the same calibre 1861 movement as the classic Moonwatch.