Meet the world’s first truly open-source laser cutter designed to be versatile, functional, expandable and adaptable! So much so that you can choose to print and build the innovative Hubble Open Source Laser Cutter ($299) in your own home at little cost, and even adapt the design to meet your specific needs. The Hubble Open Source Laser Cutter is every developers and hobbyists dream, combining replicable hardware, a modular design and community driven software for unlimited project possibilities. Imagine creating unique business cards, handy household items, even children’s toys or puzzles quickly and easily. Join other leading engineers and developers and open up a world of endless design possibilities.
XPLORE takes the Toyota FJ Cruiser to a entire new level with their XPLORE Adventure Series Packages ($8000+). You can get each of their packages (Stage 2-4) for either the FJ Cruiser or the 4-Runner. The stage 2 package includes such goodies as BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO Tires with aluminum wheels, Bilstein 5100 series shocks, Magnaflow stainless steel cat-back exhaust, a 1 year national parks and monuments annual pass, plus much more. So if you're looking to some rugged upgrades to your FJ or 4Runner, XPLORE is it.
Nobody wants a watered down drink. The Whiskey Wedge ($14) by the makers of the Corkcicle, lets you keep your favorite drink chilled without watering it down. When you buy the kit you get a double old fashioned whiskey glass and one silicone mold. Simply insert water and then the mold into the glass and freeze. The wedge shape created by the mold helps the ice melt at a slower rate due ot the reduced surface area. The Whiskey Wedge is perfect for any whiskey, bourbon, scotch, or tequila.
Well Spent is our go to for "Honestly Crafted" men's fashion. Each day they deliver brilliant affordable finds. Their latest is the Redwood Zip Anorak From Filson ($199). As the name says the Redwood is made to keep the rain out. It's specially made cotton shell will keep you dry in even the wettest conditions. Additional features include an upper right pocket with 4 sections for pens, a back map pocket with flaps and snap closure, underarm grommets for ventilation, and a small security zip pocket on the left sleeve. This is another great product made in the U.S.A.
The Oree Touch Slab ($200) replaces your basic track pad and adds a touch of originality to your work space. It's made from a single block of maple or walnut and is compatible with bluetooth enabled devices whether they're Mac or Windows (7 or 8). The Touch Slab supports a full set of gestures and can even be used as a numeric keypad. Pre-orders are being taken now with shipments starting on October 21st.
Sick of sitting on that huge wallet in your back pocket? Check out The Ridge: Front Pocket Wallet ($40). The Ridge is made from an aluminum and stainless steel exterior and includes an optional integrated money clip. The wallet expands to hold up to 8 cards and once those cards are removed, it will snugly go back to holding a single card. As an added benefit The Ridge keeps criminals with RFID scanners from getting your credit card information. The Ridge is available in either anodized silver or black aluminum.