IWC Connect ($TBA) is an the brands foray into the smart watch arena. Their offering fits onto the straps of their mechanical sports watches, but at the beginning just the Big Pilot will support the device. IWC Connect is a full activity tracker and will control devices connected to the internt of things. This is just the initial announcement from the company and they are saying additional details including features, pricing, and launch date will be company in coming months.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 18th 8:00am, because that's when the new Air Jordan Future Premium -"Dark Chocolate" ($375) sneakers are dropping. If you don't already know, Futures feature a minimalistic look with a one-piece woven upper and no heel counter or toe enforcer. Now they're going to be available in a dark chocolate colorway, dripped on top of a premium leather upper. The whole kit sits one a white midsole and clear gum outsole. Not sure if these would be your best choice to ball in, but they're sure to get looks paired with your favorite street wear.
If you have a house, and love wine you may want to consider The Spiral Wine Cellar ($25,000+). Spiral cellars are sunk into your homes foundation. It can be placed in the garage, basement, kitchen, pretty much anywhere on the ground floor or basement. It maintains optimum humidity, temperature and darkness and is reinforced with a concrete ring so it does not interfere with the integrity of your homes foundation. Installation takes 3-9 days and the cellar can hold between 650 and 1,870 bottles of wine depending on the size you get. More pics after the break.(more…)
The Nike Flyknit Air Max ($225) is Nike's lightest most flexible running shoe to date. It fuses their classic technology Air Max soles with new tech Flyknit uppers. Weighing just 12.8 ounces it features an ultralight Flyknight upper, a light waffle pattern outsole, Flywire tech for a snug comfortable fit, and a sculpted cushion midsole.
If you have a display that can handle it, Denon now has a receiver that can send it. Denon's new AVR-X4000 ($1300) is capable of providing 4K Ultra HD (3840x2160) resolution to your modern displays, plus much more. The Denon AVR-X4000 is a 7.2 networkable HTR that has too many features to mention, but I'll give it a shot. Features include support of Apple AirPlay and media streaming, Audyssey MultEQ XT32 room acoustic measurement and correction, 125 watts per channel, Dolby TrueHD audio decoding, support for three zones, 7 HDMI inputs, and 3 HDMI outputs for multiple screens. Denon makes great mid-range products and the AVR-X4000 looks like another great addition to the family.
The Life-Spot Powerful Solution ($55+) is an 8 device charging station. The station is a tower made of 8 slots that contains 8 built-in retractable cords. There are 2 apple 30-pin connectors, 2 Apple lightning connectors, and 4 micro USB connectors for brands like Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, and LG. The Life-Spot can be wall-mounted or placed on your counter or desk. If this device contained two or three shelves for tablets it would've of been perfect, but it's pretty good as is.