Sherp is a russian company established in 2012. Their goal was to build the biggest baddest ATV with the best passing ability in the industry. Just three years after completing the concept, they are ready to bring the Sherp ATV ($47K) into production.The Sherp ATV is touted as able to take on any water hazard, handle any ice like a champ, and get over obstacles up to 70 cm (27.5 inches) high. Whether you're talking about a fallen tree or a boulder, it can climb it. The Sherp has been tested in places like the Tundra, Siberian Taiga, Mountain of Kola Peninsula, and the swamps of the Yugra.The Sherp features a special gasoline system that allows you to climb steep grades without having to worry about the engine running out of fuel. Additional perks include a soft top tent, automatic heating system, halogen headlights, 58 liter fuel tank, Kingston valves to drain water from the body, two batteries, and enough space to sleep four.The next time our friends and families get together for a camping trip, I'd love to show up in one of these things.
I personally sport a mod-3 case on my iPhone and I love it. It gives you big boy protection, without obscuring the beautiful details of your phone. They've now upped their game with the release of their Mod-3 Alt iPhone Case & Mounting System ($25+). The Mod-3 Alt is a phone protection, a handsfree solution, and a desk & cable organizer in one great package.The case is made from a polymer that features a neodymium magnet on the back. When you buy the case, it comes with a wall mount, and you can purchase a car mount for just $19. The wall mount uses a sticky pad on the back which can be easily removed with no residual left behind. The car mount connects to your car's air vent for hands-free operation.If you're interested in getting the Alt for a great price, you can check out their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign going on right now. <iframe width="800" height="600" src="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mod-3/alt-the-perfectly-minimal-iphone-case-and-mounting/widget/video.html" frameborder="0" scrolling="no"> </iframe>
http://youtu.be/wU0PYcCsL6o Alan Wilson Watts died in 1973. He was a philosopher, writer, and interpreter of eastern philosophy for western audiences. His speech The Dream Of Life tries to help us understand the possibilities and choices that are available to everyone.
If you're looking for the best sling backpacks, then you're probably looking for a backpack that is smaller, and easier to carry. Sling backpacks are great for those outings where you only need a small arsenal to get the job done. Our slings feature backpacks that are perfect for the day out in the city, or for the photography venture out in nature. Our first backpack is by Patagonia, a popular brand, known for its rugged gear.
Mike Shouts had another great find the other day. The RGBM Rubber Band Gun ($85+) is one of the coolest gadgets I've seen come out in a long time. The RGBM is a fully automatic rubber band gun that is made out of CNC'd oak plywood, can fire up to 672 rubber bands in one session at a rate of 14 shots per second. And don't worry if you were thinking that loading all those rubber bands would be a pain in the butt, the RGBM comes with a fast charging device that allows you to quickly load 14 rubber bands at one time. I don't know any guy who wouldn't want to get one of these as a gift. Check out the video of the gun in action after the break.(more…)
"Chambong Industries is a new Seattle, Washington-based start-up, leading the way in new sparkling wine consumption innovations." Their mission statement means they've created the perfect bong made specifically for champagne. They sent me a product sample and to be honest, I don't drink champagne, but I do have plenty of beer on hand. Close enough right. On their website they say the Chambong ($25) holds about 4 ounces of liquid. I was able to get a full can of beer down in two shots. So how does it feel you ask. My frame of reference comes from doing beer bongs out of a funnel with a 6-foot tube in college. I was the knucklehead with beer spraying out fo the side of his mouth. The Chambong is much more refined. Once you pour your beer in and put it in your mouth, you notice slight pressure, but enough to get your pour down in one fell swoop. It was an incredibly enjoyable experience. I could see the Chambong creating a fun party experience. Next time I have guests over, everyone is doing a Chambong. I might even buy some champagne.