Meet the ultimate kitchen companion, the GrillTimer Watch ($50). You didn't misread, it really is a watch! The bezel on this unique timepiece allows you to perfectly determine the time passed and the time remaining for a variety of meals including burgers, shrimp, kabobs and more. It's powered by a reliable Seiko quartz movement with a stainless steel case that will work with any 20mm strap. Splash resistant and sauce splatter resistant the GrillTimer Watch is for the modern Chef.
The Ironthread Wallet ($48) is inspired by the strength of American steel. Made from the same Nomex thread that is used to safeguard firefighters, soldiers, and race car drivers, the Ironthread Wallet is sure to out last all of the wallets you've previously owned. It also features handmade quality italian maple leather, 3 pockets for your credits cards, a cash band, and 12 different color options.
The Nuimo Smart Home Interface ($144+) is a universal controller for the internet of things. It can control your music, light, locks and much more. It is made to work with any bluetooth device or application. Including Sonos and Philips Hue. The physical controller uses all the gestures you're accustomed to. Incorporating capacitive touch, gesture recognition and a 360 degree analog ring, it gives you complete control over everything. Whether you're changing the volume on your music or switching off the lights. The controller is completely programmable so you can map things just the way you like them. Currently it comes with 30+ devices and apps that it works with out of the box, and the number is expanding every day. Check out their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign today.
The Monster GO DJ Portable Mixer Digital Turntable ($500) is a portable stand-alone dj system and production studio. It packs a studio of pro gear into a pocket sized controller, that allows you produce and record broadcast quality audio and DJ sets anywhere you are. It features two 320 x 320 color display touch screens, and is compatible with PC, iOS, and Android devices. Additional features include 3GB of internal storage and an internal Li-Polymer Battery that gives you 12 hours of play time.
On September 2nd, Sony will release it's smallest mirrorless interchangeable lens camera to date. The Sony A5100 ($548) is the little brother to the A6000. It will be smaller but have much of the same internals. These include an APS-C 24MP CMOS sensor, bionz X processor, on-chip phase detection covering 92% of the frame, 6fps continuous shooting, and Wi-Fi. Additional features include a titling LCD (180-degrees for selfies) and 1080/60p full high definition video. You can also get the A5100 with a 16-50mm lens ($698). So if you're looking for an entry level MILC, the A5100 looks to be a great option.
Penfield is known for making some of the highest quality outerwear on the market. They're taking a bit of a departure to introduce their Penfield Tala Patterned Field Pack - Duck Camo ($90). The pack's shell is made from 100% cotton and has adjustable straps and a zip around closure. An exterior pocket is large enough to hold essentials you need to access quickly. You also get an interior laptop slot that provides a snug secure fit.