NudeAudio's Studio 5 ($180) bluetooth speaker was designed to fit in perfectly with a contemporary interior. It also provides high quality sound for such a small package. Two high-fidelity neodymium-drivers along with a 3 inch subwoofer work together to produce sound that covers 70Hz - 18kHz. The Studio 5 also has a wide variety of connections for your devices, including a lightning connector, aux-in, bluetooth, and dual-pairing over bluetooth.
Every guy I know has a favorite beer drinking glass, whether it's a classic German Beer Stein or an Irish pint glass for their favorite stout. We all have a go to when the suds start pouring. The gents over at Northern Drinkware want their Oregon Pint Glass ($35) to be your new favorite. Their first product is 100% made in America and custom blown with a 3D rendering of Oregon's highest peak at 11,250 feet, molded into the base. They've got a Kickstarter campaign going on right now to fund the project. So if you're in the market for a new favorite beer glass, check out the Oregon Pint Glass.
The VIPUKIRVES Axe ($260) may be the best fire wood splitting axe on the planet. The VIPUKIRVES was developed over a period of fifteen years and is manufactured in Finland. The key is the use of leverage so that each strike forces the wood to break away. Each component of the axes is made to the highest standards. The birchwood handle is made at a Finnish workshop and the blade is precision-cast. Here's a [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=9jDR_2Zsr40 width=640 height=480 anchor=video] that shows the speed at which a large diameter block of wood can be split.
This happy little camper looks as if it has just driven of off a 70's movie set with its funky retro styling and striking colors. The Happier Camper HC1 Travel Trailer ($14,000+) may look small and compact but it is surprisingly spacious, capable of sleeping up to 5 people it offers room for beds, storage, cooking or even a party! It's 100% high grade fiberglass shell is incredibly lightweight meaning it can be towed by just about any car for spontaneous road trips. Multiple configurations are available and if you're going to be in California you can even rent one to test out before you buy.
The Sennheiser HD-800 Headphones ($1500) have been promoted as some of the best headphones ever. The HD-800's use premium parts, which include; precision stainless steel cases for the transducers, japanese Alcantara for the ear pads, and specially designed, four-wire, teflon insulated connections. The Sennheiser HD-800 were developed with one thing in mind, to replicate natural sound as closely as possible. And based on the reviews I believe they've done that. Now, because these headphones let you hear the bow on the strings, or the detail of fingers dancing across the frets, they are considered a forward sounding headphone. If you like a more neutral and laid back sound you may prefer the Beyerdynamic DT 990 ($380).
Enjoying an outdoor adventure is fun but have you ever thought how much better it could be with a rocking soundtrack playing? With the new UE ROLL Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker ($100) you could enjoy just that. Dirt-proof, waterproof and stain resistant, you can take it with you wherever you go, quite literally. And with a quality of sounds which will resonate through your entire body, you can now enjoy crystal clear music and a deep bass even if you’re on top of a mountain!