When the Hidden Radio & Bluetooth Speaker hit Kickstarter, it raised almost a million bucks because of its award-winning design, intuitiveness and downright excellent performance. Version 2 is even better than the original. One touch opens the larger bass chamber with Magic Lift technology. Multispeaker connections are now possible. The top is touch-sensitive for play/pause/next/hang up functionality. It even works with NFC now. The list of new functionality makes the industry-leading competition look like a bunch of knockoffs in the performance department. But even with all of that our favorite part is still probably the looks. This thing would be right at home sitting next to the new Mac Pro that we’re too poor to buy, and the commercial feels like it could have been cut by Apple themselves. All other bluetooth speakers are essentially crap when this thing ships.
Stackable table trestles
These stackable table trestles are a true gem for every flat, studio or even a gallery. They are stable, yet lightweight and are available in two widths: 55 cm (recommended table top width 65 cm) and 70 cm (recommended table top width 80 cm). The table top is secured in place by plastic backplates, included in the packaging. The shown price is for 1 pcs. For a standard table size we recommend to order 2 pcs. Sizes: 70 x 70 cm, 70 x 55 cm Material: powder coated steel Color: RAL 5002 Ultramarine Blue Weight: 2 kg/pcs Load: 60 kg/pcs Design: Michal Malášek
Eyen Modular Lighting | Asobi
From asobi, a feather-light carbon fibre modular lighting system that links highly efficient LED spots.
Eyen features innovative heat management, carbon fibre construction that make it extra light weight but with supreme body strength and a wide range of adaptable fixture versions with different numbers of lighting spots.
Heidi IFU | Gradosei
New borders and new horizons are opening in front of us and it is easy to notice. A simple swing, so essential in the forms but so original and immortal in fun and pleasure that provides, allows you to digress with the view and, caressed from the air, feel more free and light in flight. The swing has always been the outdoor game par excellence. Revisited, minimal, takes a new aesthetic elegance given by wood’s alive essence, by interlaced ropes, by pastel colors and pure shapes.
2015 GT-R Nismo | Nissan
Following in the footsteps of both the Juke and 370Z, Nissan wowed the Tokyo Auto Show with the introduction of the GT-R Nismo. While availability in the US is expected much later in 2014, the in-house tuners of Nissan have done their best to make it worth the wait. Under the hood, larger turbos from the Nissan GT3 race car bump the horsepower to just under 600 although Nissan engineers slyly noted that they could extract even more but at the risk of forcefully detaching the transmission from the rest of the car- in lots of pieces. The already bone jarring suspension is firmed up even more and the entire package rolls on tuner favorite Rays Wheels shod in Dunlop rubber. So, how fast is the GT-R Nismo? Real fast is the answer coming from Nissan. So fast that a GT-R Nismo with track package just crushed the Nurburgring in 7 minutes 8 seconds. For under $200,000.
Humlan | UrbanEars
There are times after we’ve eaten a burger when we look in the mirror and wonder, “How exactly did I get ketchup there!?” If you’re like us, and have a tendency to create stains like they were going out of style, the new Humlan headphones from Urbanears are for you. The headband and ear cushions can be removed and tossed right in the wash to spiffy them back up. You also get the Zound Plug (an Urbanears feature you may know about if you already have a pair of their cans) so you can share music instantly along with a mic and remote for calls. If you’re the kind of guy who guys through Tide to Go pens regularly, these should be your headphones.