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Functional, affordable and rugged are a few of the many reasons that make the KA-Bar KA-Barley Bottle Opener ($7) a must have addition to your tactical kit. Featuring an ergonomic KA-BAR oval-shaped handle and super-strong thermoplastic construction this handy tool can pry off the cap on any regular sized bottle. Ideal for popping in the car, or attach to a para cord lanyard and attach to your belt or pack for easy access. This incredibly affordable tactical tool is worthwhile purchase, and once you get yours in hand we’re sure you’ll agree.
If you're looking for the best penlight available, then you understand the importance of not only have an emergency light source in your home, but something within reach for your everyday carry arsenal, or for the glovebox of your car. Not all penlights are the same, our buying guide will show all types of lights, including led penlight flashlights, tactical penlights, and multi-mode penlights. Whatever your needs we have something to meet your needs. First up is the Brite Strike EPLI Pen Light that puts out a whopping 340 lumens.
Eastpak and A.P.C have gotten together to create a great backpack for daily use or that weekend get away. The military inspired A.P.C. x Eastpak Camo BackPack ($305) is a functional, yet minimal bag that is made from quality materials. The bag features an all over camouflage print, leather detailing, metal hardware, and fabric blend nylon straps. This rugged piece would make a great additional to any arsenal.
Inspired by Japan's hand-forged Samurai Swords the Samurai Bike ($16K+) shares a lot of the same skilled craftsmanship. Boasting a 100% titanium frame which has integrated forks and handle bars for added strength and features skilled Edikan welding. This unique technique works by welding fan-shaped pieces together, just like a Samurai's armor! This exclusive high-end Samurai Bike offers a smooth yet exciting ride along with jaw-dropping good looks for a truly exclusive cycling experience.
True Player Gear ($TBA) is stepping into the virtual reality game with the announcement of their new headset. The True Player Gear headset will feature a 1920x1080 Full HD OLED display, a 90-degree field of view, and sensors to track head movement. It will also have two 1080p cameras that could be used to augment reality. This is a feature that Oculus Rift doesn't even have. Expect more news to come out later this year.