The Casio G-Shock Premium GW-A1000-1AER Watch ($520) is the G-Shock for grown-ups. This GW-A1000 model features a quartz movement, large 52mm case, and water-resistance to 20 ATM. Some of the coolest features are its solar powered radio signal reception (Europe, Japan, China, United States) and extreme shock resistance due to impacts, vibrations, and g-forces. It also keeps 12 or 24 hour time, has automatic hand adjustments for different time zones, an automatic calendar, thermometer, and chronometer. Basically everything including the kitchen sink.
If you're looking for the perfect nap you'll have to pay for it. The EnergyPod ($13,000) by Metronaps touts itself as the world's first chair designed to specifically to create the perfect environment for napping. The shape of the chair takes pressure off the cardiac system and relaxes the muscles of the lower back. The privacy browser provides seclusion with out making you feel claustrophobic. And the adjustable built-in i20 timer gives you the perfect pre-programmed 20 minute nap.
The Cogito Original Smartwatch ($180) is a connected smart watch with the style of classic precision-crafted timepieces. The Cogito gives you an analog movement with a digital display. When connected to your smartphone or tablet it'll show you who is calling or texting and give you the option to answer or mute it. The Cogito doesn't replace your phone but it's a nice addition. There's nothing worse than feeling your phone buzz in your pocket when your driving, scrounging for it, to only realize the message or call was unimportant. The phone features caller id, a battery that has an expected life of a full year, bluetooth 4.0, and text notifications through a pixel display. The Cogito is available for pre-order now with shipping expected by April-May.
The Snowcoach by Equinox ($2400) allows you to enjoy a snowmobile ride in style and comfort. The completely enclosed coach easily attaches to your snowmobile allowing you to fully enjoy the view. The Snowcoach features a gas shock suspension for a comfortable non-jarring ride, seats belts and body reflectors for safety, a limited rotation hitch, brake running lights, and an overall carry weight of 350 lbs. Available options include multiple colors (black, yellow, red, teal green, sandoz blue), a storage rack, canvas cover, seat cushions, ATV conversion kit, plastic ski skins, and composite skis.
Loopwheels ($300+) give you that comfortable ride you've been looking for. If you have a folding commuter bike like a Dahon Mu Uno, which doesn't come with its own suspension system, then you neeed to take a look at Loopwheels. These suspension wheels allow you take bumps, curbs, and potholes in comfort with reduced vibration. The Loopwheel doesn't fit every bike. It's a 20" wheel with specific clearance requirements, so check out their Kickstarter page to see if your bike is an option.
Practically every kid wishes that their favorite toy would come to life and John Bennett is the lucky one. Written and directed by Seth McFarlane and starring Mark Wahlberg, Mila Kunis and McFarlane himself, we see John as an adult still accompanied by Ted ($12), the bear who came to life, and witness the bond that exists between the two. There is trouble, however, in the shape of John's girlfriend Lori who is unhappy to have Ted in the equation. This results in a dilemma many men will empathize with; will he choose Lori or his lifelong friend? A hysterically funny movie that also tugs at the heartstrings, Ted is a sure fire winner.