Helite Turtle Airbag Vest

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The Helite Turtle Airbag Vest is essentially an airbag for your torso, offering protection for your spine, back, chest, ribs, and kidneys. The Helite attaches to your motorcycle by way of a tether, and should you be thrown from your bike the vest inflates in 0.1 of a second. The back of the vest incorporates…

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Secret Stash Nickel

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Each Secret Stash Nickel is manufactured from actual, circulated American nickels and they’re indistinguishable from normal coins to the casual observer. There isn’t a whole lot of room inside them, but it’s enough for a micro USB, or a microfilm. The nickels all come with their own custom ring device for opening them – just…

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Bulb Keo Nixie Tube Clock

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The Bulb Keo is a modern nixie tube clock powered by USB and capable of displaying the time, date, temperature, and of acting as an alarm clock. The glass bulbs are made individually by Dalibor Farny, and should yours get broken you can order a replacement bulb and plug it in – barring disaster each…

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Worn & Wound x AVI-8 Watch

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At $399 USD, the Worn & Wound x AVI-8 is one of the best value propositions in the world of low volume automatic watches. Most timepieces in this price range have far less desirable quartz movements, meaning they’re little more than electrical appliances in the view of serious horologists. The Worn & Wound x AVI-8…

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1930s-Era Dashboard Instruments

Racing Dashboard Instruments

This matching pair of 1930s-era dashboard instruments were mounted to the dash of a long forgotten race car, as a way of tracking temperature and altitude – both measurements that would potentially require modifications to fuelling and spark timing. Engine tweaks like this were mostly manual at the time of course, and some of the…

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Super Veloce V10 Espresso Maker

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Super Veloce is a company dedicated to espresso makers that appeal to people who are obsessive about engineering, coffee, and engines. Each espresso machine is made from anticorodal (6082 & 6061/T6) alloy and stainless steel (316 Ti & 304), which is anodised for corrosion resistance. The base is high pressure thermoset carbon fibre (2×2 twill)…

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Oru Folding Kayak

Oru Kayak

The Oru Kayak has an origami-inspired design that allows it to be folded down into a box that measures in at 33 inches x 12 inches x 29 inches, from its original length of 12 feet. Each Oru is made with a custom polypropylene shell that’s rated for a minimum of 20,000 folds, it has…

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BioLite CampStove

BioLite CampStove

The BioLite CampStove is a small portable camp stove that doubles as a charger for your electronic devices thanks to its USB-out port. BioLite developed the stove using a small electric fan that keeps a fresh supply of oxygen pouring into the side of the stove, which creates an extremely low-smoke, high-efficiency fire that can…

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Juan Manuel Fangio’s Steering Wheel

Juan Manuel Fangio's Steering Wheel

Juan Manuel Fangio is broadly remembered as the greatest racing driver of all time, his remarkable feat of winning the World Championship of Drivers five times whilst driving for four different teams (Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Maserati) has never been repeated. This 1956 Championship winning Lancia-Ferrari D50 steering wheel was gifted from Fangio to…

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The Super 73 Electric Bike

Super 73 Electric Bike

Electric vehicles have existed alongside steam and internal combustion engines as a way of moving people for well over 150 years, in fact the first electric car (built by Robert Davidson) predated the first gasoline car (built by Karl Benz) by 49 years. The Super 73 is a unique take on the rapidly growing genre…

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The Clampersand

Clampersand

The Clampersand is a fully functioning clamp that doubles as a visual pun, making it a perfect addition to the garage, livingroom, or personal library if you’re a man of means. Designer Tony Ruth (aka Lunchbreath) first developed the Clampersand in an original Core77 comic, they’ve since gone on to become a favourite addition to…

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Malle Navigator Case

Malle Navigator Case

The Malle Navigator Case has been developed as a modern version of the classic tank-mounted navigation systems used in years gone by, in races like the Baja 1000 and the Paris-Dakar. Whereas the original systems were often just maps that had been duct-taped to fuel tanks, the Malle guys have taken it a few steps…

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