The Meze 66 Classics Wood Headphones ($150) are beautifully crafted headphones that also sound great. They feature hand carved, polished and varnished 66mm ebony wood ear cups, leather ear cushions, detachable cables, a portability for travel. The 50mm Neodymium drivers have a frequency response of 16Hz-24KHz. Which is excellent coverage and will provide you with a full sound. The Meze 66 Classics are the headphones with brains and great looks.
If you're looking to take your iPhone 5 video to new heights, you need to consider getting the new Hitcase Pro ($129). The Hitcase Pro has a 3x wide-angle lens, which gives you a 170-degree field of view. It also comes with a rail mount that is fully go pro mount compatible. And don't worry, if you're hitting the waves or the slopes, the Hitcase Pro is water and shock proof. It also comes with a free App called Vidometer, which overlays your videos with your speed, altitude, shock and G-Force. And besides all that good stuff, you can still take a call and text when the case is on. Check out this [video_lightbox_youtube video_id=tEjWPelLNSA width=640 height=480 anchor=video] of the Hitcase Pro in action.
The M48 Kommando Pocket Rescue Tool ($9) is inexpensive and has all the tools you need for an emergency. And the best part is you can easily keep it in your pocket for quick access. The M48 is about the size of a credit card and features everything you could need. It comes with 4 sizes of wire stripper, 4 ASE wrenches, a bottle opener, can opener, screwdriver, emergency cord, knife blade, inclinometer, and morse codes for SOS and HELP. Include it in your pack, throw it in your glove compartment, or an extra credit card slot in your wallet. Whatever the situation you'll be good to go.
The Krugger BMW K1600 Nurb ($TBA) is the result of BMW France asking Fred Krugger to customize a standard BMW 1600. As you can tell from the silhouette the Nurb is almost completely customized retaining only a few of the original parts. Although the engine was not altered customizations included a brand new frame, swingarm, and Douolever forks and shocks. Flat track racing bars replace the originals to give it a more agressive profile. When done the Krugger BMW K1600 Nurb looks like it could easily hold its own on a Tron track.
If you're looking for a robotic companion. You may have just missed the boat. Pepper: The Emotional Robot ($1700+) sold out in just minutes. Over 1,000 models were made available to consumers in Japan. Along with the $1700 price tag there is also a $200 monthly data and insurance fee. Pepper is just about four feet tall and weighs just over 60 pounds. It was created to read emotions, recognize tones of voice, and facial expressions so that it could more naturally interact with humans. The internal tech sounds like a high end smart phone - including cameras, touch sensors, and accelerometers. It also speaks multiple languages out of the box. If all this sounds interesting, you'll be able to get your own through Sprint Corp. stores in the U.S. starting next summer.
The military inspired Briston Clubmaster Watches ($155+) may be the perfect everyday wear watch. All of the watches in the collection feature a Miyota OS21 quartz movement, stainless steel cases, rhodium plated hands, and a 40mm case capped off with a hardened Mineral Crystal. The Clubmasters are water resistant to 100 meters, so they'll be fine in the shower of taking a quick dip in the pool. And just in case you want to switch things up, they come with interchangeable NATO canvas straps, so you can change the color of the strap to match your outfit.