Costa Rica In 4K is shot by Jacob and Katie Schwarz and shows you the beauty of Costa Rica. All the footage was shot at 5K 60FPS using the Freefly MoVI camera stabilization system and the Red Epic 5K Movie Camera with Ti Canon mount. The video, animals and the landscapes are simply amazing.
One of our major philsophies we have at Muted is if you use it every day you need to buy the highest quality available. Concerning EDC lights, the Maratac Copper Flashlight Rev 3 ($55) fits perfectly into that category. This light is machined from a solid piece of copper billet stock. This isn't a copper plated flashlight. It's hand-finished and measures 2.6" long with a diameter of .5", and weighs just 28 grams without the battery and 40 grams with the battery. The Maratac utilizes a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED light that lasts up to an amazing 50,000 hours. Additional features include a lens that's been coated with an anti-reflective coating, three brightness levels, a clip and o-rings.
The guys over at Sartorie Meccanhice believe in making simple bikes with no frills. They favor open exhausts and tuned carbs. The Buell X1 by Sartorie Meccanhice ($TBA) is a great example of what can be done with that montra and a pretty standard looking street bike. The Guys over at S.M. took the ordinary and turned it into a beautiful cafe racer. Features include an entirely custom backend, replacement of the stock tank for a norton endurance tank made from fiberglass, a brand new giant carburator in place of electronic injection. The end result is simply gorgeous.
Wine making kits are great gifts for wine lovers but finding a kit that’s truly special and stands out isn’t easy is it? Thankfully those professional DIY craftsman from Box Brew Kits have made dreams come true with the Box Brew Winemaking Kit ($239), a stunning winemaking kit. The kit is lovingly crafted and can make up to five gallons of wine, and it includes everything you need to start crafting that divine wine for your family and friends to enjoy. You also get a supply of blue wine bottles complete with corks. This rustic and quality kit is also very fairly priced at just $239.
For a limited time Timberland his releasing their original waterproof hiking boots that put them on the map. The Timberland 1978 Waterproof Hiking Boot ($250) was originally released in 1978 as the name states. It is an extremely rugged boot initially made for mountaineers and hikers. The updated shoe features the same red laces as the original but has been upgraded to include eco-conscious Timber-Dry waterproof membranes, Vibram outsoles, anti-fatigue footbeds and updated styling. They're currently available at select local retailers and online. Hurry because no one knows how long these bad boys will last.
The Grain Audio OEHP.01 Solid Wood Headphones ($199) should definitely be on your shortlist if your looking for a set of great looking, great sounding headphones. Wood is used in instruments because it imparts the best sound over any other material. And for that same reason Grain uses only FSC certified solid walnut enclosures in their headphones. But the enclosure will not make bad, sound good, so Grain pairs their wood enclosures with two 40mm drivers that feature neodymium magnets and a CCAW voice coil. The result is music that sounds natural, with no fake bass boost, or strange mid-range.