If you're like me and hate using multiple pans when cooking, then you have to go out and grab the Master Pan ($57). It lets you cook complete meals using just one pan. Perfect for the bachelor. It features five cooking compartments and only requires one burner even though it's quite large. Additional features include a heavy gauge metallic base that distributes heat evenly, a double layer PFOA free non-stick coating, and dishwasher safer for easy cleaning.
If you're going for a minimalist interior, then your audio should match that aesthetic. The Miniot Wheel Turntable ($710) is the most minimalist record player you could buy. It's just, well a wheel. Just place your record on the wheel and it'll be played from the bottom via the Wheel’s linear tonearm. The tone arm is built around the beautiful AudioTechnica AT95E cartridge which offers a warm, rich sound, and outstanding clarity and detail.All functions are controlled by the center stick and all inputs are on the bottom. The great thing about the Wheel is it can be played either horizontally or vertically. So you can place it on your TV stand or hang it on the wall. You can preorder the Miniot Wheel from Kickstarter for about $710. Prices will go up after the preorder closes.
Lexus is looking to take its image from a purely luxury brand to something with a little oomph. This change has never been so evident than with their reveal of the new 2105 Lexus RC 350 F ($TBA). The RC 350 F is built on the same platform as Lexus' IS and GS sedans. It comes equipped with a 456 horsepower, 5.0-liter V8. Additional features include 19 inch aluminum wheels, decked out in black metallic paint, and a sharp interior in Rioja Red leather complete with contrast stitching. The Lexus RC 350 F is expected to hit showrooms later this fall.
Yup Steve McQueen once owned this awesome property and I for one want to know why in the world anyone would ever sell this beautiful piece of paradise. Steve McQueen's Pioneer Moon Ranch ($7.4 million) located in Hailey, Idaho includes about 500 acres, lies at the foot of the Pioneer mountains and is only about 25 minutes from downtown Ketchum.The east fork of the Big Wood Rover flows the length of the property. It provides irrigation for the ranch's seasonal pastures and supports an extensive wildlife. The property also borders the Sawtooth National Forest which provides miles of hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, mountain bike riding, and backcountry skiing. Pretty much whatever your heart desires.The compound features a 1410 sq. ft. two-bedroom/two-bath log home which was remodeled in 2004. The home has a complete kitchen living/dining area with large rock fireplace and a loft area used a library.The separate 1731 sq. ft. annex structure was built in 2010 and blends seamlessly with the other structures. It provides additional living, entertainment and storage. It has a living room with bar, a dining room, library, bedroom and 1.5 baths. It also has a 1539 sq. ft. 4-bay garage with two heated bays, a workshop and a loft area for additional work or living space. If you love the outdoors you can have it all with this property.
It is amazing what you can do with under 800 square feet of living space. The Wirra Walla Pavilion ($NFS) isn't the main home on this 80 acres private property, but it looks welcoming enough to be just that.The Pavilion was Matthew Woodward's first design project and he hit the ball out of the park. Of course to show off his newly acquired talents he needed someone to believe in him and who better than his father.The Pavilion is cantilevered over an embankment and floats just 500mm above the flood level. Just yards away from his father's main residence, the home takes inspiration from Philip Johnson's Glass House located in Connecticut.The home features a main sitting area with hot tub, which can be opened up to the outdoors via sliding glass doors, a bedroom, and shower. Add a small kitchen and this home would make a killer bachelor pad.
If you have a dangerous profession or work in remote places, there is nothing better than having a dual-channel emergency satellite transmitter, that activates with a twist and a pull, strapped to your wrist. The Breitling Emergency II ($17,000+) is the updated version of Breitling's storied watch. It transmits in both 406 MHz, which works with the international Cospas-Sarsat system, and the older 121.5 Mhz, which is useful for making location changes just before visual contact. If your daily activities require frequent flights, or work on ships, mountains, deserts, or ice caps, then you might want to check out the Emergency II.