Nimbus Personal Dashboard

The Nimbus Personal Dashboard is pretty sweet. It offers 4 speedometer like dials that can show you 4 different things at a glance. Customize each dial to your needs, and change them up when you get bored. You can have 1 dial display the time, with another shows you the weather, and another shows you how many tweets you have, while the last one can show you traffic delays. That’s not all, there are many other options the dials can show you. It’s all easily programmed via your smartphone.

Microlock

Locking up your bike is important, but sometimes locking up other things is just as important. Like your backpack, or laptop bag, gym bag, whatever’s important to you. The 25 inch super strong wire will keep your stuff secure when you’re not looking. When done, it all zips down into it’s 1.5″ case.
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Calypso Flip

Give your MacBook a bit (more) class, and stop fussing with a backpack or a laptop sleeve. The luxurious Calypso Flip wraps around your MacBook, giving it the look of a high end leather portfolio. It opens without any frustration and makes you look a little more professional.

Clore JNC660 ‘Jump-N-Carry’

Old man winter is right around the corner. It might be a good idea to keep one of these with your car. The Clore JNC660 ‘Jump-N-Carry’ packs 1700 peak amps and 425 cold cranking amps. That’s enough to get your car, or a light to medium duty truck started without a problem.

Monocle X Revo Heritage Radio

Classic style never gets old. The Monocle X Revo Heritage Radio combines old style with new tech. Able to tune in DAB, DAB+, FM, and Wi-Fi internet radio. Also has Bluetooth streaming and docking for iPod and iPhone. Plenty of options to listen to your favorite music, old and new.

https://thegearpost.com/gear/horizon-minipak-portable-fuel-cell-charger

The Horizon MiniPak Handheld Portable Fuel Cell Power Charger uses hydrogen fuel cell technology to keep your portable electronics powered up. Their fuel cells combine oxygen with hydrogen from the Hydrostik, and converts it to usable electricity. Now you can stay powered up, and off the grid for months. Just make sure you have a good supply of Hydrosticks ($12) available. Each Hydrostick is good for 10 hours of energy and can be refilled up to 100 times. Equivalent to 1,000 AA batteries.
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Slate Mobile AirDesk

Balancing everything in your lap is a chore. From your laptop, to your phone, whatever. The Slate Mobile AirDesk comes to the rescue to help gain order in your lap. Room enough for your laptop and even your mouse, it also comes with a slot to balance your cell phone. Everything’s together in harmony.
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Ultra-Thin Stainless Steel Camp Stove

Camp (or survive) without the dependency on fuel to cook your food. This lightweight stainless steel camp stove uses bark and kindling to get a good fire going. When you’re done and it’s cooled down, it folds down so it’s lightweight and easy to pack.

Field Notes Pitch Black

Field Notes released a Pitch Black edition notebook. Inside the French 100-lb cover lies 50-lb Finch Opaque Smooth text paper, with a light-gray dot grid. All held together with shiney black staples. Black goes with everything, so bring it along with you for all occasions and never be without your little black book.

Solar Kettle

Harness the power of the sun to boil your water in an easy to use way. If you’re going to be spending some time outdoors, you know how important it is to have fresh water. Boiling it will help purify the water you find. Simply full the container with water, open the sides out, aim it South towards the sun and let the sun do the rest. It takes about 2 hours to boil cold water.

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