The handcrafted in Nashville, Tennessee Coin Guitar Picks ($20-$25) by dustin Michael Headrick are "a celebration of coin, music, and country." The coins feature a raised insignia that makes them easy to grip and because of their heft your will get increased volume from your instrument, whether you're playing a guitar, ukulele or a mandolin. When you order you get a set of two picks which include standard quarters or Liberty and Kennedy dollar coins.
Looking for the ultimate professional camera? Then the Nikon D4S ($6500) might just fit the bill. The ultra-powerful DSLR features a 16.2-megapixel full-frame image sensor thats been paired with Nikon's Expeed 4 image processor. All this means is that this camera is much better at shooting in low light conditions than its predecessors, even if you need a faster shutter speed. It also has a buffer that's big enough to hold 200 large JPEG frames before it's filled up. And if you're a video buff the Nikon D4S can shoot 1920 x 1080 footage at 60 fps. The Nikon D4S is now available for pre-order.
Re-charging your iPhone or iPad has never been more stylish than with the Ginkgo Solar Tree Charging Station ($120) but the really great news is that you won’t have to compromise your green credentials either. Made from eco-friendly plastic and bamboo, the charging station can hold enough power to fully juice up your device within 2 hours courtesy of its super-sized 4000 mAh lithium battery. The clean, simple lines of the design coupled with the sheer power promises to make this a gadget one which will quickly become an essential.
The Can-Am Outlander 6x6 ATV ($14,000+) was made for those heavy duty tasks. Its Rotax V-Twin 1000 engine delivers true on demand six wheel drive. Additional features include 1653 pounds of towing, a cargo capacity of 800 pounds, a CVT transmission with an extra low gear, an SST G2 frame, an anti-theft system, and pre wiring for a rear winch.
The Lunecase ($40) is an intelligent case that's powered by electromagnetic energy and wirelessly provides you with visual notifications of incoming texts and calls. All electronic devices emit electromagnetic energy. The Lunecase uses this unused energy to transform the back of your phone into a notification center. Before the text or call even hits your phone's screen the Lunecase knows it's coming. All of this without the need for batteries or wires. It just makes you wonder what other potential uses are available for this unused energy. You can check out their Kickstarter campaign, which is still going on.
If you live in an urban environment or just like your bikes inside out of the elements then the Sonntagsstaat Bike Valet ($400) may be perfect for you. The valet has enough space, accessible by a flip open front, to store all of your bike accessories like your lock, lights, gloves, etc. The shelf is handmade from European Birch, while the flip top is made from dark Walnut. You also get a calfskin belt to help secure your front wheel. My only issue is the price. This is a well designed product but I think someone with a bit of ingenuity could get a kickstarter going and offer this at a much lower price.