The Three Potato Four Industrial Cafeteria Table ($2000+) is an old school throwback, literally. This cafeteria table is made from heavy cast iron, cast from original forms, and reclaimed pine wood tabletops and round swivel-out stools made from reclaimed maple. You can get this table in either a 4 (30"w x 48"), 8 (30"w x 96"), or 12-seater (30"w x 144"). Pricing includes shipping to anywhere within the continental United States.
If you're a weekend explorer and you love hitting the trails or putting yourself in adverse conditions then you'll love the versatility of the PJ-1 Packable Expedition Jacket ($365). The PJ-1 was designed to deliver the ultimate protection for all events. The jacket has been stitched from waterproof S1-J fabric and features a drawstring hood stored in the zipper collar that has been designed to sit under a helmet and cinched during bad weather. Medium in weight, the stretchable jacket has been sized with a longer bottom seam to sit like a mountain jacket without restricting the wearer during movement. The jacket features numerous pouches, folds down to the size of a softball and has been manufactured in the US. An ideal choice for anyone seeking to tackle the elements with minimal luggage.
This awesome Triumph Bonneville by Bunker ($CALL) started its life out as a 2014 T100. After Bunker got their hands on it, they turned it into something beautiful. They started by adding a K&N open air filter kit and a Predator exhaust from British Customs. They also installed a power commander, and after tuning on the dyno got the horsepower up to 81 hp from 68 hp. They opened up the side covers and added mesh-lined vents that hint at the open air filters beneath. Additional features include lowered front forks, Progressive suspension springs, Hagon Nitro rear shocks, slightly larger than the originals, and a seat that was replaced with a hand-made aluminum tailpiece. Gold striping and lettering sit on a bluish-gray paint job. There's also gold accenting around the headlight to cap everything off.
I don't now why, but I absolutely love this car. I'm not sure if its pill shape, the almost 360-degree views, or the seemingly simultaneous retro-futuristic styling. Whatever it is, I love it. The Hemisferio Criativo Nimbus E-Car ($TBA) is a beautiful design study by that needs to become reality.The Nimbus is a concept hybrid car that is made to not only handle long trips over a multitude of terrain, but also act as a commuter car for those short urban trips.Nimbus features a 130Kw (180hp) engine lithium-ion battery that's paired with a micro combustion generator which constantly charges the batteries.Continuing the idea of economy the Nimbus is built with lightweight materials, including carbon-fiber, titanium and aluminum, to optimize energy consumption. It also has solar panels to create its own energy and regenerative brakes that recover and save kinetic energy.Four selectable driving modes including Energy Saver, Standard Trip, Faster Cruise and 4WD, allow you to improve range and energy consumption when needed.Additional features include an Auto-Pilot mode for cruise control, a removable 7" touchscreen that acts as a central display and controller, bluetooth, wi-fi, usb ports, self-cleaning surfaces, anti-theft system, remote power blocker, and location detection.Here's hoping this awesome machine actually see the light of day.
The Moment Smartwatch ($190) has a 360 degree touch screen that includes a full QWERTY keyboard. It is also a perfect blend of style and technology. The watch looks like a 1.75" wide bracelet, but under its good looks it has an electrophoretic display, nine axis digital motion sensor, multi-point, gesture enabled, 360 degree touch interface, bluetooth, vibration motor and a battery that will last up to 30 days. The one thing I didn't notice that Apple's iWatch is most likely to include is voice recognition. If they can add that through one of their Snapware module upgrades it will be a real winner. I guess for the price beggars can't be choosers. Check out their Kickstarter campaign which is going on right now
This bad boy will help you make up to 2-4 gallons of prime whiskey moonshine. The 10 Gallon Whiskey Still ($670) features a handcrafted copper pot and looks more like a work of art that an actual working still. Although everything is fully functional, the manufacturers suggest that only seasoned 'shiners should get one of these guys. The pot is soldered using brass and tin-silver solder welds. The full kit includes the still bottom, onion top, condensing unit and thermometer mounted in the onion top. And if you're not completely satisfied with your purchase don't worry because it comes with a 90-day satisfaction guarantee.