Being one of the first “big name” tech companies to announce that it’s going after the much sought after and long awaited wireless ear buds/ headphones market, Samsung announced the Samsung Gear IconX Earbuds ($200). They look like they could be the ones to beat. Priced at $199 the Gear IconX could finally be the product to replace the more traditional wired head/earphones we so often see today. Being able to charge in their own case and being incredibly lightweight these wireless earbuds can connect to fitness apps and monitor your heart rate, distance travelled, and calculate the number of calories burned. But that's not all. They also have four gigabytes of memory. That's enough to hold up to 1000 songs. The IconX Earbuds will be going on sale sometime between July and September 2016. One thing to keep in mind - they only work with Android phones.
Hunter is the maker of iconic weatherproof boots. They've now taken their rubberized material and applied it to a backpack. The Original Scuba Backpack ($295) is made from a modern rubberized bonded fabric that was inspired by Hunter's scuba theme from their AW14 runway collection. The bag is perfectly compact and features a parachute clip and zip at the top, two side pockets, a padded laptop pocket, a front zip pocket, and adjustable straps. You can get it in any color you want as long as it's black.
903 hp. Zero to 124 mph in less than seven seconds. The McLaren P1 ($1.15 million) expected to start delivery in early 2014 can deliver on both and I want one. The 3.8- liter twin-turbo V8 combined with an electric motor and a seven-speed dual-clutch puts out 664 lb-ft of torque and has a top speed of 218 mph. And lets say you want to hit the track - there's a mode for that. The P1 comes with modes including Launch, Track, Race, Sport, and E and at a push of a button you can adjust suspension height and firmness, change powertrain programming, chassis settings, and stability control. Only 375 of these guys are going to made so you better step on it if you want one.
The Equus Bass 770 ($250,000) is Detroit's latest addition to the muscle car family. Built completely on an aluminum chassis and body, the Bass 770 features an aluminum supercharged 6.2 liter 640 HP V8 engine that gets 605 foot pounds of torque at 3800 rpm. It has a top speed of 200 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 3.4 seconds. This is a limited edition vehicle. Check out more pictures after the break.(more…)
The main focus of this men's outfit is the beautiful 100% Indigo Crew Sweatshirt from Todd Snyder. The remaining outfit can easily be acquired by stopping by your local J. Crew Store. It features a Linen Shirt in Navy Plaid, their 9" Club Short, and a pair of beautiful New Balance 791's in White with a gum sole.1. Sweatshirt: Todd Snyder Japanese Indigo Crew Sweatshirt ($275) 2. Shirt: J. Crew Slim End-On-End Linen-Cotton Shirt In Navy Plaid ($80) 3. Shorts: J. Crew 9" Club Short In Lightweight Chino - Navy ($60) 4. Shoes: J. Crew New Balance For J.Crew 791 Leather Sneakers - White Gum ($75) 5. Wallet: Hardgraft Bi-fold Wallet Natural ($115) 6. Watch: Brathwait The Classic Slim Wrist Watch ($185) 7. Bracelet: Miansai New Gamle Bracelet ($55)
Turn that steak dinner into a true event with the Steakstones Hot Cooking System ($140). Steakstones work by taking the lava stone and heating it in the oven for about 20-40 minutes.The stones stay hot for about 30 minutes allowing you and your guests to cook your meat exactly the way you like it. Smaller individual sets are also available so your guests can have their own stones. Individual Steakstones include spots for sauces and a serving plate.