Huzza is selling a beautifully crafted Damascus Steel Pocket Knife ($500). Damascus steel is created by layering steel which creates a pattern on the blade similar to flowing water. This technique also results in a blade that can be honed to a sharp, resistant edge. This particular knife is made from 120 layers of Swedish rose stainless Damascus steel. The knife is 4 1/8" closed and 6 7/8" when opened.
Evolving alongside the modern motorbike, the CrossHelmet X1 HUD Motorcycle Helmet ($TBA) seeks to create comfortable, high-tech headwear for every biker. Combining integrated 360-degree vision, fully customisable sound management and Bluetooth capability, the helmets unique silhouette has been designed to allow the rider a comfortable and non-constricting experience. Hands-free group chat, GPS navigation, Weather updates and the ability to review ride data brings a whole new level of intelligence while on the road while combining the benefits of an open and full face helmet. For those riders who are constantly looking for tools to upgrade their experience, this revolutionary helmet is surely one to be fully appreciated.
Formal Notices From The Bureau Of Communication ($10) is an uber combination of both the greatest ultra formal communication notices and the madcap fun of Madd Libbs, but this time for adults. This book is a great conversation starter, especially in the office. If you have ever had trouble trying to say what you mean then worry no longer, Formal Notices has all the answers. Here you get a selection of letters where you merely fill in the blanks, making it simpler than ever for you to get your point across. All occasions are covered, even the most sensitive and difficult. If you have been sent a rejection letter from a job you went after why not send them a De-Rejection letter back and have your say. A fun book for everyone.
In our buying guide, The 10 Best Espresso Machines, we will show you a range of affordable to extreme espresso machines for the espresso connoisseur. To some, it's just some type of strong coffee, to others; it is the nectar of the gods. Whether you fall at either end of the scale, or somewhere in between, you know when you've had an excellent cup of finely prepared espresso. There is no denying the difference between a cup prepared by a skilled barista or a novice.Related: How To Make The Perfect Cup Of CoffeeModern tech has definitely helped to narrow the learning curve, making it so you can have that same experience right in your own home without having to spend hours learning subtle nuances of pressure and temperature control.For those with the skill and patience to make good use of all the potential that can be coaxed out of the manual and semi-automatic machines, it is distinctly possible your eyes will glaze over and you may very well drool in anticipation of being able to grasp these marvels of art and science.The machines in the 10 Best Espresso Machines ($90+) buying guide were evaluated based on their ease of use, potential for greatness, cup clearance, how easy they are to clean or keep clean, how quickly they can reach operating temperatures, brew speed, and style. Since this was intended for home use, I also included machines designed with a small footprint on your countertop. I love my kitchen appliances, but when you can't find the open space to even chop an onion in peace, they can start to lose their appeal.
The DJI Osmo ($649) is an expensive piece of kit, but it very well may be worth it to those who value silky smooth videos. The Osmo is a hand held camera and gimbal that takes all of the jitters out of your videos. Even if you're running full out, your videos will look like they're being shot from a professional rig. It does this through advanced technologies specifically designed to keep the camera flat regardless of how you move it. Additional features include an automatic panoramic mode. Just hold the camera above your head, and tap the shutter release. The camera will rotate, capturing images while staying completely level. The Osmo will come in three versions. Each shoots 4k video. The X3 has a 1/2.3 sensor size and shoots 12-megapixel stills. The X5 and X5R each has a 4/3 sensor and shoot 16-megapixel stills. The X5R has the additional capablilty of shooting in RAW.image via: rc geeks
One of our major philsophies we have at Muted is if you use it every day you need to buy the highest quality available. Concerning EDC lights, the Maratac Copper Flashlight Rev 3 ($55) fits perfectly into that category. This light is machined from a solid piece of copper billet stock. This isn't a copper plated flashlight. It's hand-finished and measures 2.6" long with a diameter of .5", and weighs just 28 grams without the battery and 40 grams with the battery. The Maratac utilizes a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED light that lasts up to an amazing 50,000 hours. Additional features include a lens that's been coated with an anti-reflective coating, three brightness levels, a clip and o-rings.