Looking for the perfect gifts for the photographer? Luckily for you, Muted has got you covered with our Gifts For Men: The Photographer buying guide. From studio lighting to quadcopters, there are photography gifts to suit all budgets. Check out our gift guide below for our top ten recommendations.
Creating delectable smoked meats and vegetables at every BBQ, the Traeger PTG Portable Tabletop Grill ($291) is a compact model that delivers exceptional results. Using a unique convection system, the grill uses hardwood pellets that move into the first pot and ignite with a hot rod. Giving off that real wood flavour, the grill is powered by a standard, 110v household outlet and uses between 50 and 300 watts during cooking. The electronic auto-start ignition produces quick heating up times while the shutdown cycle keeps the induction fan running after use to life off residual ash. Every modern day chef will reap the benefits with this naturally fired grill.
An electric bike is something many tech giants both big and small have tried to do and while a few have got close the new Super 73 Electric Bike ($1800) might have just finally done it. With its rugged yet still stylish powder-coated steel frame and 1,000-watt motor, this is a brilliant bike that you can comfortably ride at over 25mph. The tires measure 4.75 inches in width and are perfect for all terrains and it even features a removable battery pack that offers an extra 20 miles of drive, all without the need to peddle. Additional features include an easy to use thumb throttle, a cup holder, a bottle opener, a USB charging port and there's even a huge selection of colors to choose from.
If you're looking for a classic timepiece our latest buying guide will show you some of the best Flieger watches for men. Flieger watches are basically pilot watches where the name came from watches provided to German Pilot during WWII. But before we get started with the list. Let’s clearly define, what exactly is a Flieger watch.
I've loved the idea of prefab homes for a number of years and some of my favorites are created by LivingHomes out of California. The company was started by Steve Glenn who wanted to create prefabricated homes that "feature modern form and functionality and an unprecedented level of healthy/sustainability materials and energy systems". He uses world renowned Architects like Ray Kappe and Kieran Timberlake, to make his vision a reality.The Ray Kappe LivingHomes RK1 ($600K) home was the first home created by Architect Ray Kappe and is Steve Glenn's primary residence. The RK1 uses approximately 11 modules that weigh about half a ton each. It was assembled in just eight hours in 2006 and represents Steves vision of creating homes that offer great form and functionality, are healthy to live in, and are extremely respectful of the environment and the communities in which they are built. You can get the RK1 with 4-5 bedrooms, 2.5-3.5 baths, and 2,560-3,100 square feet. There is also over 1,435 square feet of decking plus a multitude of upgrades available.
The Batmobile Concept ($CONCEPT) is a design by Bulgarian designer Encho Enchev. His inspiration comes from previous Batmobiles, real bats, and even Batman's suit. The first thing you notice is the futuristic almost stealth cockpit. The tires are thick and Knobby and look like that can run over any obstacle and barely notice.We all know the latest Batman v Superman movie was a bit of a dud. Ben Affleck is directing the next installment, and I seriously hope he uses this design as the model for the next Batmobile.