Dave Mucci has created another work of art with his customization the Yamaha SR250 BY Moto-Mucci ($TBA). Dave started off by switching out the tank for one from a Honda C175. In order to add some beef to the bike, Bridgestone spitfire tires were added and the fenders with trimmed down. Minimal paint, nickel plating and upholstery from Rod's Designs finish off this beautiful customization. Check out more pictures after the break.(more…)
Leatherman makes some of the best multi-tools ever. The Leatherman Style CS ($17) provides you with all the tools you need to make it a part of your EDC (everyday carry). The CS comes with a 420HC clip-point knife, spring-action scissors, nail file, tweezers, a flat/philips screwdriver, and a combination carabiner/bottle opener. Fully closed it measures under 3 inches so it's small enough to fit in your pocket or you can use the carabiner to clip to your pack or belt loop.
Suunto is about to release their updated Ambit 2/2S GPS watch ($400-$650) in May. The new watch is a sleeker version of the previous Ambit. It offers options for cycling, swimming, running and multi-sport training. The Ambit 2 does loose the barometric altimeter and thermometer of the original, but includes route navigation, route planning and "find back" support. If you're looking for more customization, their App Zone offers 5,000+ apps to support the Ambit.
The 2015 Cadillac Escalade ($TBA) has been unveiled and it's coming to town with a nice set of upgrades. The new Escalade features a 6.2-litter V8, 420 HP engine that puts out 460 lb-ft of torque. It's also expected the six-speed automatic will be replaced by an 8-speed transmission. Looking to bump its luxury credentials it comes with fold-flat third row seats, real wood and suede trim, and an updated sound system. The truck will be available late 2015, so in the meantime check out additional pics after the break.(more…)
Whenever a new technology comes out, take for example electric cars, it is usually more expensive that its counterparts. Well now Dyson has changed the game for lamps. The CSYS Dyson LED lamp lasts for 37 years ($990+) and may be the last lamp you will ever need to buy. The CSYS uses a heat pipe technology the extends the life of an LED array to an insane 160,000 hours or 37 years. It also includes high-tech motors and components that allows the light to be adjusted effortlessly on three axes; up and down, back and forth, and rotationally. Additional features include multiple color options, integrated touch sensitive dimmer switch, and light level memory. You can get the CSYS as either a task/desk lamp or as a floor lamp.
The Gerber 39 Series Pocket Knife ($62) is a U.S. built, 420HC stainless steel cutter with a fine-point drop point blade. It features a smooth flowing nickel-plated zinc handle and is perfectly suited for everyday activities, whether it be opening up boxes, cutting rope or sharpening a stick, it'll get you through these tasks with the grace and ease expected from Gerber knives.