The Kellam Neck Knife ($64) is a great looking everyday carry blade. It's a fixed blade pocket knife with sisal wrapped handles. The 4 1/2" overall length and the 2" blade make it a perfect daily use knife. The entire unit is forged from a single piece of carbon steel. And the extended tang is perfect for clipping to your pocket when you need both hands. Included with the blade is an embossed black leather sheath and black nylon lanyard with a swivel snap clasp and a reindeer antler for adjusting the lanyard around your neck.
Designed to slide from street-to-strip with ease, Dodge has just announced the release of the new 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody ($71,000). Completing the brand's current muscle car lineup, this popular model features the technological advances first seen in the SRT Demon and pairs them with a bolder and aggressive new look and improved performance. With the same fender flares as the SRT but wider, the car is also fitted with a new electric power steering system for the first time on a Hellcat model. Designed to win on the track, the mechanics of the car have been honed allowing it to achieve a 2 second per lap advantage and 0-60mph speed of 3.4 seconds.
One of the our major montras is that you should take time to contemplate every purchase. No matter how small, every product we come in contact with has the opportunity to enhance our lives. Yumaki Toothbrushes ($11-$15) are made with design, function and sustainability in mind and will definitely enhance each day. All brushes are made with recyclable PP material and bamboo handles, and 100% nylon bristles imported form Japan. The handles are shaped to fit perfectly in your palm and provide a great brushing experience. They also have a subscription program so you're never without a fresh brush ready to use.
The Persol 9649 Glasses ($163) is an update of Persol's classic 649 frames. The frames are a little bit thinner, have a more modern aesthetic and a lighter feel. The 9649 are available in sunglasses and a standard optical frame.
What if Apple and Star Wars came together and produced the droids we’re all looking for? Well concept artist Martin Hajek wondered the same thing after finishing his Apple Lightsabre concept design and seeing J.J Abrams wondrous new Star Wars trailer. So after clearing out the scavenging Jawas and shortly after taking to the drawing board out rolled the magnificent Apple iBB-A Droid ($NFS). With a built in projector, circular touch-screen and authentic Apple colours this super detailed Apple iBB-A 3D model would look right at home in J.J Abrams latest Star Wars instalment.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup“, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found. 1. LeBron James, Miami Heat Protest Donald Sterling Before Playoff Game - Mashable2. You can now use the iPhone for free, as long as you don't mind old gear - Engadget3. Donald Sterling Sure Isn't Going to Like Us Printing This Photo of Him Sitting Courtside With Chris Tucker - Esquire4. Apple's MacBook Air is now $100 cheaper and has a slightly faster processor - Engadget5. How Would Lag Feel in Real Life? This Ad Uses Oculus Rift to Find Out - Mashable6. Microsoft donates $1 billion to help US schools buy PCs - Engadget7. Suspect dead, 6 injured in FedEx shooting - NY Post