From hi-end audio maker, PS Audio, comes the minimalistic stereo amp for those who don't need a whole lot of complicated gear. Sprout: The Hifi Stereo Amp that transforms the way you listen ($499) is about the size of a large novel and allows you to listen to music from any bluetooth enabled device, your turntable, computer, CD/DVD player, or even your old school reel-to-reel tape deck. On top of its versatility, it just plain sounds great. Sprout is able to play high resolution 192kHz/24-bit audio while supplying plenty of power. If you get the unit from Kickstarter your save about $300 over retail.
Could the new Jordon Flightflex Black ($100) be the one training shoe to rule them all? It certainly appears so and the evidence is pretty compelling. On top of the modern design the no-sew mesh, synthetic leather upper and perforated overlay offering the best in breathability and lightweight comfort, makes an all-day session on your feet a breeze. The compression-molded foam adjusts to your foot for total support and an improved natural range of motion. The Jordon Flightflex is the perfect all-rounder, versatile enough to tackle many different sport regimens and with a sleek modern design make these this year’s must have training shoes.
If you're limited on space, The Handler Yard Tool System ($99) will make a perfect addition to your lawn warrior arsenal. The system features a fiberglass handle and nylon locking tip mechanism with stainless steel ball bearings for quick switching of tool heads. Along with the handle you get four attachements which include a 14 tine metal garden rake, 22 tine metal leaf rake, and a 24 inch comercial grade push broom. The package also includes wall mounts for each attachment and the handle. The complete system saves you about 60% on storage space when compared to standard tools, which aint too shabby.
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The Rungu Juggernaut Bike ($2900) was built to offer extreme stability at lower speeds. The three wheel design allows you to move over obstacles as hight as six inches at crawl speed. The Juggernauts long wheelbase and three 4.7" tires can float on sand and snow up to 50% better than traditional two-wheel fat bikes. Additional features include aluminum frame, low gearing for difficult terrain, hydraulic rear breaks, and dual front brakes for dependable braking regardless of weather or temperature.