The 50 Watt BoomCase – A Vintage Suitcase Converted Into A Self-Contained Sound System

50 Watt BoomCase

For over 10 years the team at BoomCase have been building self-contained stereo systems in vintage suitcases, they contain battery packs, amplifiers, speakers, an aux input, and optional BlueTooth connectivity. The 50 Watt BoomCase shown here has had the outer layer of material removed to show the wooden chassis which has been stained and finished….

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The New Honda Monkey 125 1:12 Scale Tamiya Model

Honda Monkey 125 Tamiya Model

  This is the new Tamiya 1:12 scale model of the also-new Honda Monkey 125. The new Honda was released in 2018 as a 2019 model, evoking the styling of the much loved Honda “Monkey” Z50 series from the ’60s and ’70s. The new Honda Monkey 125 is designed for adults, though it’s obviously smaller…

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The Bolt Action Pen L by Inventery – An Affordable Heirloom Quality Pen

Bolt Action Pen L

The Bolt Action Pen L by the team at Inventery was developed to be a long-lasting heirloom quality pen that can be handed down through multiple generations. Most pens, even those from high-end manufacturers, have plastic internal mechanisms prone to breaking and weakening with age. The Bolt Action Pen is precision machined from raw brass stock using…

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The Pendulux Altimeter Table Clock

Pendulux Altimeter Table Clock

The Pendulux Altimeter Table Clock looks like it was pulled from the cockpit of a military surplus B-17 bomber in the years after WW2, but in reality it’s a brand new clock made from cast aluminium alloy, brass, and glass. With a hefty weight of 1.6 lbs, the Pendulux clock isn’t a lightweight. The team…

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Tamiya Land Rover Defender 1:10 Scale R/C Model Kit

This Land Rover Defender 1:10 scale remote control model from Tamiya sits on a full four-wheel drive chassis with lockable differentials, oil-filled coil over dampers on all four corners, a live rear axle, and independent front suspension. The Land Rover Defender is a 4×4 that needs no introduction, it’s a descendant of the original Series…

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The Original Petromax Lantern HK500

Petromax Lantern HK500

The original Petromax lantern was designed in 1910 in Germany by Max Graetz, the name of the lantern is a combination of “petrol” and “Max” a reference to its fuel source and its creator. Graetz developed the lantern based on principles that were already well-understood at the time, he differentiated his lantern from its competitors by…

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