This weekly feature is a round-up, in conjunction with our friend Tim over at Cool Material, of the hot new products appearing online this week. From fashion tips to cool gadgets and gear, take a look at your new obsessions.
LL Bean West Branch Camo Duffel
This might as well be the bag equivalent of peanut butter and jelly. LL Bean stuff lasts forever. Camo is all the rage. Put the two of them together, throw on some handles and surprise, surprise, it’s a bag we’re genuinely ok paying for.
Recycled CRT Glass Coasters
After discovering that countless CRT monitors hit the dump, the guys at Fireclay Tile decided to do something about it. With the help of ECS Recycling, Fireclay takes the front 3/4″ of the glass, melts it down and turns it into some pretty damn cool coasters.
DIY Moonshine Still Kit
You might not be Popcorn Sutton, but with this DIY Moonshine Still Kit, you can take your underground booze operation to the next level. The kit includes the machine cut parts, copper rivets and all the required piping and fittings for you to assemble your own still.
Ditch the cables and insert a little style into your musical experience with the Koostik. Available in Walnut or Hard Maple, the Koostik naturally amplifies the sound coming from your iPhone 4, 4s or 5.
LE Star Wars Moleskin Notebooks
We don’t personally know the guys who make Moleskine notebooks, but we know they have good taste in movies. This is yet another set of limited edition Star Wars notebooks they have for sale, and this time they come with a cool reproduction of the original movie poster.
Beats Studio Wireless Headphones
If you subscribe to Beats but don’t subscribe to being tethered to your audio device, the Studio headphones now come in a wireless version. You still get the same Adaptive Noise Cancellation technology, rechargeable battery and re-engineered sound quality, but now you don’t have to have a leash attached to whatever is running your tunes.
This isn’t the kind of portable vaporizer you pick up at the corner headshop, this thing was designed by freaking aerospace engineers. We’re just gonna run down the list of awesome features in the Grasshopper. It’s discreetly shaped like a pen. It’s got a 30 Watt heating element, adjustable temperature dial, three hour battery life, magnetic charging ring and mechanical click on/off mechanism.
Coburns iPad Stands
The Coburns iPad Stands from Finegrain don’t protect the iPad, but they’ve got the stand issue covered. Made of either Bird’s Eye Maple or Pau Ferro wood, each pair of stands is adjustable to create any viewing angle you want, and they click together with magnets for easy storage and travel.