We've previously taken a look at the Ressence Type 1 and the Ressence Type 3. The company has now released its first Diving Watch, the Ressence Type 5 Diving Watch ($TBA). Ressence says their diver is completely readable underwater, regardless of viewing angle - zero mirror effect. To achieve this level of readability, all 142 components of the mechanical watch are immersed in 37. ml of oil. The oil cancels out the watches Total Internal Reflection, allowing for complete legibility no matter the angle of view.Most dive watches over engineer their cases to protect against the pressure of water depth. This results in a bulky over-sized case, and thick glass. Because liquid cannot be compressed, the oil in the Type 5 compensates for any water pressure, allowing for the use of a lightweight titanium case. The complete watch weighs a mere 87 grams.The Type 5 has no crown. It uses a proprietary case-back to set the time and for winding. With the Type 5, they've also included a locking mechanism for the locking and compression of the gasket.We'll update this post with pricing as soon as it's available.
Costa Rica In 4K is shot by Jacob and Katie Schwarz and shows you the beauty of Costa Rica. All the footage was shot at 5K 60FPS using the Freefly MoVI camera stabilization system and the Red Epic 5K Movie Camera with Ti Canon mount. The video, animals and the landscapes are simply amazing.
Nike just started releasing these guys earlier this year. Now they've just released another colorway. The Nike Lunar Internationalist - Cargo & Medium Olive ($150) features an upper that is made from fabric and suede overlays that give them a very cool vintage feel. Along with the white swoosh they whole kit sits on a white midsole that has a hint of orange on the heel. These kicks will look awesome with pretty much everything in your wardrobe, especially your favorite pair of khakis.
The Consult design studio specializes in product development for small design businesses. They help small businesses bring their ideas to reality. They've recently created their own product line called Make and its first product is the Make Bike Rack ($180). The Make Bike Rack makes it ecstatically pleasing to store your bike inside. The Make Bike Rack is made out of solid wood, either walnut or maple with custom bronze screw caps to hide the mounting screws. The rack can accommodate bikes with a maximum handlebar width of 19". It's more of a piece of art than a functional rack.
A bit ago we did a write-up on the 3DSIMO 3D Pen that allowed you to draw 3d objects free-hand. The Lix 3D Printing Pen ($120) takes 3D drawing one step further by creating a 3D printer that actually looks, feels, and operates like a pen. The Lix 3D Pen lets you create anything you want in the air without worrying about paper or limiting your creative expression. The pen melts colored plastic, letting you create rigid and freestanding structures. The heating of the hot-end nozzle is done by plugging the pen into any USB 3.0 port. The Lix Kickstarter campaign is going on right now, so check it out.
If you don't know, Schott is the all american apparel manufacturer out of New York and Supreme is the king of street wear also from New York. Their latest collaboration is a mixture of timeless styling and street attitude in an awesome package. The Schott X Supreme Suede Bomber Jacket ($638) is one coat you'll want to get your hands on this season. It features a suede outer shell with a cotton lining. The lining provides some street cred to the classic styling with its large paisley pattern. Additional features include ribbed collar, cuffs, and waist band, double entry pockets, and a full front zip.