The Zerohour: Modular Tactical USB Battery Backup Flashlight ($120) is that last flashlight you'll ever need. The Zerohour is heavy enough to use in a defense situation, but it also has a multitude of other features. These include a maximum LED light output of 1,000 lumens, four levels of illumination, two safety modes, rechargeable batteries, and two USB ports. The USB ports act as a battery backup that can deliver 10,000+mAh when fully charged. This means the Zerohour will recharge multiple devices, multiple times when you're in a bind.
Moment Lenses For Mobile Photography ($50) may be the best smartphone accessory you ever own. Moment lenses provide portability with amazingly sharp images and are made with the highest quality materials. Currently two lenses are available; the tele and the wide. The lenses mount via a two-part system. A thin (about half the thickness of a credit card) metal plate adheres to your phone and the lenses lock onto the plate. Attaching the lens also works if you're using a case. Check out Moment's Kickstarter campaign going on now.
Drinking shots can be a great way to spice up an evening but get rid of those plain boring glasses! Impress your friends with these ten fun, quirky and cool shot glasses that you'll want everyone to see in your hand.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup”, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Why The Moto 360 Smartwatch Will Kill Google Glass - Mashable
2. How Not to Pass a Car on a Motorcycle - Complex
3. Fly Across California Whenever You Like For $1350 A Month - Stupid Dope
4. Microsoft Tracks Down Rogue Employee By Snooping Blogger's Hotmail - Mashable
5. Mt. Gox found 200,000 Bitcoin ($116 million) in an old wallet - Engadget
6. 41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius - Buzzfeed
The Olivier Jonquet Elie Watch ($2600) is based on the timepieces of the 1920s and 30s. The watch is impeccably made including such features as a cushion-shaped case made from 319L steel, a sapphire crystal, a beautiful enameled white dial and blue steel hands. The entire watch is made in France including the mechanical movement, the Ebauche FE 233/69, and the case. The Elie will be available in either a satin or polished finished. Olivier Jonquet are taking pre-orders now and if sufficient orders are received delivery is expected some time in October 2014. Only 50 pieces of the watch will be made.
Fitness trackers have just taken a huge leap. The Amiigo Fitness Bracelet ($99) tracks what exercises your doing and how your body responds to them. The Amiigo can tell whether your running or lifting weights. It can track over one hundred different activities and relate these back to information such as heart rate. If you have a new exercise that is unique you can record it and it will be recognized in future workouts. You can share your achievements with friends, track your wourkouts and earn points for exercising. You can get the bracelet now from Indiegogo. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=RJHJdonnvok width=640 height=480 anchor=video] for more information.