Nike Engage Wedges Are Designed To Help You Get Out of Bad Situations

Lets face it, anyone who plays golf never wished for hazards, but the fact is, they are part of challenge and so, you will have to deal with it somehow. In the event that you managed to land yourself in some dire terrain like say, the rough or worst, the bunker, then wedges are your best friend at that point. We can’t say which is the best wedges the golfing world has to offer, but if you are in the market for one, Nike has a new development, dubbed Nike Engage Wedges, that might be worthy of your investigation. You have to admit the model name “Engage” sounds pretty snazzy and out of the norm for golf clubs, but why “Engage”. Well, that’s because, according to Nike, the name is derived “from three important interactions between the golf club and the turf, the club and the golf ball and the connection between the athlete and his or her equipment.Continue reading Nike Engage Wedges Are Designed To Help You Get Out of Bad Situations

Nike Outs Back To The Future II-inspired Skateboard Shoes Dressed in “McFly” Colorway

To be fair, we can’t find any official direct reference to Back to the Future with this pair of kicks, but judging from the design of the Nike SB “McFly” Eric Koston Mid Premium Skateboard Shoes, there is no prize in guessing where this pair of kicks got its inspiration from. Dressed in a special, Back to the Future color (aka “Wolf Grey”) with white midsole and white Swoosh branding, this pair of heel-supporting skateboard footwear has no self-lacing technology, but it does sport identical velcro strap on the front with Nike branding in the same blue as the now iconic boots which Michael J. Fox wears in the second instalment of the time-travelling, sci-fi flick. Continue reading Nike Outs Back To The Future II-inspired Skateboard Shoes Dressed in “McFly” Colorway

Griffin Introduces New Twenty Digital Audio Amplifier, Adds Wirelessly Streaming Capability

Truth be told, the market is chockfull of wireless streamer, but what actually makes the all-new Griffin Twenty Digital Audio Amplifier stands out lies in its versatility. Debuted at CES earlier this month, Twenty is a follow up to company’s first Twenty introduced some two years back. This new iteration is of course, more refined in both aesthetic and functionality. The look is, well, pretty much self-explanatory, but if you really wants to know what we think, we think it looks awesome; something that any style-conscious folks wouldn’t mind leaving on their bookshelves or TV consoles. That’s aesthetic. On the functionality aspect, it has Bluetooth technology, allowing wireless audio streaming from any Bluetooth-enabled sources. Continue reading Griffin Introduces New Twenty Digital Audio Amplifier, Adds Wirelessly Streaming Capability

Danny P.’s Leather Wallet with iPhone 6 Case is a Full-fledge Wallet and is Totally Apple Pay-friendly

If you use Apple Pay, then we bet you will appreciate New York-based designer Danny P.’s Leather Wallet with iPhone 6 Case. Like the iPhone 5/5s version, this wallet is no ordinary iPhone wallet; it is a full-fledge pocket book-style billfold boasting slots for five credit cards, a bill slot that fits USD, EUR as well as Sterling Pounds, plus an additional slot for whatever card of your choosing. Of course, it has a proper slot made to fit your iPhone 6. Besides setting itself apart from the competitions with a full-fledge wallet, Danny P.’s leather wallet with iPhone 6 case also shines as an Apple Pay-friendly accessory? How? The iPhone slot features a thoughtful cut out that serves two functions: first, it allows for easy retrieval of the phone and second, it opens the access to the Touch ID when authorizing payment for Apple Pay transactions. Continue reading Danny P.’s Leather Wallet with iPhone 6 Case is a Full-fledge Wallet and is Totally Apple Pay-friendly

Look. Garmin Packed a Handheld GPS Device into a Wrist Watch

Getting around the great outdoor was never easy. Inexperience adventurers often lost and some even fatal, but thanks to advanced technology, you don’t need to suffer the same fate as some of your adventure seeking forebears. And the best part is, you won’t be bog down by additional load because with the Garmin Epix GPS Navigation Wrist Watch, you wear it on your wrist. It provides you time, naturally, but most importantly it is essentially an outdoor handheld GPS miniaturized into a wearable device. Visuals are provided through a 1.4-inch high-resolution color touchscreen display, while an omni-directional EXO steel antenna with GPS/GLONASS provides strong signal and quicker fix. And then there is a 3-axis digital compass that provides you accurate bearings, even in deep canyon or heavily wooded areas. Continue reading Look. Garmin Packed a Handheld GPS Device into a Wrist Watch

This Tiny Cube Will Make Your Home Smarter Without Additional Sensors

So you never gotten around home automation yet? Probably because it sounds like a complicated business? I am afraid it is. Home automation is never simple. It involves a host of other stuff, which honestly, you really have to know what you are doing to get it going. However, lucky for you, all-in-one solution exists for home automation and the Oomi home automation system is one of the newer entrants. The basis is simple: to create a system that works and dead simple to setup. Dead simple. That’s the key that differentiates Oomi from its competitions. Continue reading This Tiny Cube Will Make Your Home Smarter Without Additional Sensors

Weapon-mountable ZeroHour Relic XR Tactical Flashlight Also Packs a 3,400 mAh Backup Battery

I am sure you guys remember ZeroHour. The California-based startup is back with a new tactical flashlight and backup battery combo and it is called ZeroHour Relic XR Tactical USB Battery Backup Flashlight. Unlike the original, this new model is a whole lot more compact, measuring in at 6 inches (152mm) long and weighs just 6 ounces (170g), which means it is more portable and it is size to fit standard 1” bike mount, and even on weapon mounts. Make sense, it is, after all, a tactical flashlight with the added bonus of charging your mobile devices. Crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum, hard-anodized with deep grooves for improved grip, the ZeroHour Relic XR is IPX-8 rated for waterproofing to one meter (3 feet). The Relic XR touts 1,000 lumen of brightness output by a Cree XLamp XP-L LED and packs a 3,400 mAh lithium-ion battery. Continue reading Weapon-mountable ZeroHour Relic XR Tactical Flashlight Also Packs a 3,400 mAh Backup Battery

How a Guy Lived in Ikea For Two Days Without Being Caught

No matter which Ikea you go to, they are unsparingly massive and for unfamiliar visitors, getting lost is not uncommon and so is falling asleep on one of those cosy beds or sofas. While some of us may have our fair share of the said experience, no one can beat Bro Bible writer Harvey Champine, whom had gotten away living in one of the Ikea malls for two stays. Yes, you heard that right, two days. According to Harvey, it was one of those rare days where he had off and so, instead of staycation or whatever things normal folks do, he scurried to Ikea to have a hearty meal of cheap hotdog. Hit by drowsiness, likely induced by the heavy cheap meal, he fell asleep on one of the loft beds and the rest, well, I think its best to hear from the horse’s mouth: Continue reading How a Guy Lived in Ikea For Two Days Without Being Caught

James Patterson’s New Novel Will Self-Destruct In 24 Hours

How fast a reader are you? If you think you one heck of a fast reader, then novelist James Patterson has a challenge for you: complete reading his latest thriller Private Vegas before it self-destruct in 24 hours. This is no Mission Impossible story line. This is a real self-destructing book rigged with a countdown timer which will kick off when the first page is flipped. When the time is up, the book will supposedly set itself ablaze as indicated in the promotional video (which you can find below). Before you jump into this challenge, you will need to know there is another pre-requisite and that’s money. Lots of it. Only one copy is available and it cost a mind-boggling $294,038. Continue reading James Patterson’s New Novel Will Self-Destruct In 24 Hours

Microsoft’s HoloLens Is The Closest You Will Get To Tony Stark’s Hologram Computer For Now

Besides revealing the brand new OS during the January 21st event, tech giant Microsoft also dished out two hardwares, which kind surprises most folks. They are a holographic eyewear dubbed HoloLens and a big-ass 84-inch 4K all-in-one (more like a TV set, really). The former is one that really shines, despite the influx of video eyewears in recent time. Now, the Redmond company is never known for beautiful hardware (Zune was an exception), but the HoloLens is different; it looks super sleek. Ok, it is nice, but does it really do? Well, how should we put it? Ok, how about this? Think Iron Man movies where Tony Stark uses almost exclusively hologram computer to work on his pet projects. That is what the HoloLens will offer you. Continue reading Microsoft’s HoloLens Is The Closest You Will Get To Tony Stark’s Hologram Computer For Now

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