The Avegant Glyph Wearable Display ($499) is the next big deal in wearable multimedia devices. Headphones no longer need to be just for sound. Wear the Glyph's normally for audio, and then flip them down over your eyes for an awesome multimedia experience. Two displays in the headband deliver a beautiful high definition video experience. Right now the headset is in its initial pre-release phase with delivery expected some time in the summer. If you order now you can get the Glyph at $499. Once in full production the price will go up to $599.
At the end of each week we'll provide you with a recap of all the products we reviewed during the week. Along with a a little something extra to get you through the weekend.KWIKSET KEVO BLUETOOTH LOCK ($TBA) TRICKER'S X END HUNTING CO STOW BROGUE BOOT ($500) FITBIT FLEX ($99) NEOLUCIDA: CURRENT TAKE ON DRAWING TOOL OF THE MASTERS ($40) LOUDER THAN HELL: THE DEFINITIVE ORAL HISTORY OF METAL ($21) PIVOTHEAD VIDEO-RECORDING SUNGLASSES ($300) NIKE FREE INNEVA WOVEN: GRAY & ORANGE ($180) TUDOR PELAGOS ($4,000) MAN CANDLES ($18-$28) UNDERCOVER K4205-2 COAT ($1200) ISAORA X MEYERHOFFER SLIP-IN 6.6 ($995) SOPHNET. FSF LIGHT WEIGHT PACKABLE ZIP-UP PARKA ($425) THE AMERICAN CRAFT BEER COOKBOOK ($13) MEUNDIES 365-PACK ($3250) NIKE LUNAR FLYKNIT CHUKKA-MIDNIGHT FOG/WHITE-TOTAL ORANGE ($170) VOLKSWAGEN DESIGN VISION GTI ($TBA) THE UNION - A SLIM MINIMALIST WOOD WALLET ($55) WHEAT BEER SHAMPOO BY FRANK LEDER ($55) 2014 F 800 GS ADVENTURE ($14,000) BUCKET'S PORTLAND PRESS ($99) PHOTOGRAPH [VIA]
OtterBox’s is famed for its cases and rightly so if you want to protect your smartphone they’re one of the best cases on the market. Their latest case is the Otterbox Universe ($50), and it's a part of a complete system that allows you to swap out different smart modules to increase the functionality of your phone. These modules include the Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens Kit, a chip reader, power pack battery, tripod, Bluetooth speaker, a wallet and more. Priced at only $50 these new cases are bound to be a popular choice.
Adsum has just come out with a beautiful bookshelf speaker; The Adsum Audio Detonator ($800). The Detonator has a 4' magnesium and aluminum driver that provides crystal mids, while the low distortion bass is delivered by two passive radiators. The tweeter is isolated in its own enclosure that sits on top of the main unit. Overall frequency response is 65 Hz - 40 kHz. Although the top end is fully covered, I would suggest adding a subwoofer with these. Available in 6 colors, Adsum is taking orders now.
The Deus Ex Machina Grievous Angle Motorcycle ($TBA) started off as a Yamaha SR400. The Yamaha is one of Deus Ex Machina's favorite platforms to customize. This particular bike is a slimmed down cafe racer with a cool retro look. Customizations include a Nitrohead's ducktail solo seat and tracker tank, K&N pod filter kit, CV carb, bead blasted engine case, gold brake calipers, and AVON Speedmaster tires. If you want a bike like this shoot them and email on their site.