The Deus Ex Machina Grievous Angle Motorcycle ($TBA) started off as a Yamaha SR400. The Yamaha is one of Deus Ex Machina's favorite platforms to customize. This particular bike is a slimmed down cafe racer with a cool retro look. Customizations include a Nitrohead's ducktail solo seat and tracker tank, K&N pod filter kit, CV carb, bead blasted engine case, gold brake calipers, and AVON Speedmaster tires. If you want a bike like this shoot them and email on their site.
The Snooperscope ($99) lets you use your mobile device's screen to see in total darkness. It employs special optics and infrared lights so you can see any area covered by the light even though you only see total darkness with your eyes. The Snooperscope comes with a threaded and a magnet mount so you can use different mounts in different situations. Like in car, on a wall, or on your bike. It comes with iOS and Android Apps, and an on-board battery that provides up to 4 hours of use.
The Magnum MK5 ($139,000) lets you have your cake and eat it too. It's a lightweight sports car that's designed to be driven either on a track or the street. The MK5 has a four-cyclinder engine that produces 250 horses. Now that doesn't seem like very much until you take into account it only weighs 1,200 pounds. That little four banger can get the MK5 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds with a maximum speed of 150 mph. It rides on 225/40's on the fronts and 265/35's on the back. The carbon fiber body is completely removable. Production is limited to only about 20 units per year.(more…)
Simply put, the Biolite Firepit ($200) is a smokeless wood burning fire pit that allows you to cook your meals or simply enjoy the view. A smoking fire is the result of unburnt fuel. The Biolite fixes that problem by utilizing 51 air jets that inject oxygen into your fire at keep locations. The airflow system has 4 fan speeds. You can set it to low for a mellow campfire to cook smores or crank it up to high for a rager. Right now the Biolite is on Kickstarter and you have about 30 days to lock in your savings over retail.
Rubber band wars are about to be kicked up a notch with this Elastic-precision Rubber Band Sub-machine gun ($115). Made from pure tough and steady Maple wood this fantastic gadget can be loaded with up to 24 rubber bands that can be fired up to 30 feet in the air with a simple pull of the trigger. Designed to emulate the classic look of the famous MP5 machine gun this American made rubber band gun would make a great addition to any party and is available right now.
If you need to carry it on a long trip, you'll most likely be able to fit it in the Oakley Kitchen Sink Backpack ($200). The Kitchen Sink has plenty of storage options; water bottle side pocket, bottom shoe compartment, front zip pocket with accessory organization panel, and other specialized pockets inside and out to organize all of your items. You can even fit laptops up to 17". With 34L of capacity I doubt there's much you can't fit.