Gear

  • Rumpl NANOLOFT

    Rumpl NANOLOFT

    A cool–not literally–piece of kit for your next camping trip or to keep in the car trunk, Rumpl NANOLOFT adds a heap of eco-credibility to the company’s cozy appeal. Enjoy the warmth and packability of the legendary trail-tested Down Blanket snug–and smug–in the knowledge that it’s been crafted using 100% post-consumer recycled synthetic fill.

     
  • Grovemade Headphone Stand

    Grovemade Headphone Stand

    A design that looks just as gorgeous sans cans as it does with them, the Grovemade Headphone Stand is one wonderfully crafted desktop declutterer. Fashioned from solid hardwood and stainless steel with a soft protective coating of vegetable tanned leather it can be gracing your tablespace with a maple or walnut finish.

     
  • Galileo HUD Dive Computer

    Galileo HUD Dive Computer

    Sure to make a helluva splash, the Galileo HUD Dive Computer brings to mind those high-tech helmets worn by X-wing pilots, except this one’s designed to be used underwater. The state of the art mask-mounted, hands-free kit projects a heads-up display of dive information right in front of you allowing you to focus on your dive, backed by an intuitive push-wheel knob that allows you to also navigate the customizable menu with ease.

     
  • Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 46 Car Radio

    Blaupunkt Bremen SQR 46 Car Radio

    Blaupunkt marries retro looks with cutting edge tech with its new digital car radio. The Bremen SQR 46 is based on a 1986 model – it has lots of buttons and knobs, a mono LED display and even a faux cassette tape deck. But it actually plays music via Bluetooth, USB, SD card or 3.5mm aux input.

     
  • Poco Wood and Resin Keyboard Wrist Rest

    Poco Wood and Resin Keyboard Wrist Rest

    Poco’s smooth and angled Golden Camphor Burl and Resin wrist rest adds island vibes to your computer setup. Each one is unique thanks to the wood’s varying hue and texture. It’s available in four sizes: 40%, 60%, 65% and tenkeyless.

     
  • Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub

    Twelve South StayGo USB-C Hub

    Twelve South’s StayGo adds a simple but much-needed feature for USB-C hubs: a detachable 3.3ft-long USB-C cable. The extra length lets you stow the hub at the back of or underneath your desk, instead of having it dangling beside your laptop. Don’t worry, it also comes with a 6″ USB-C cable for on-the-go use. It has an HDMI port, three USB 3.0 ports, an Ethernet port, an SD port, a microSD port and a USB-C port.

     
  • Orbitkey Camo

    Orbitkey Camo

    A camouflage pattern might not be the wisest option for the thing that most people most often misplaced, but the Orbitkey Camo is one key organizer that’s far too cool to miss. The limited-edition everyday carry is constructed using a pairing of 1050D ballistic nylon and 500D Cordura nylon and finished in unique digitized camo.

     
  • Dango P02 Pioneer Travel Wallet

    Dango P02 Pioneer Travel Wallet

    A first of its kind adventuring accessory truly for the modern age. The water-resistant and durable Dango P02 Pioneer Travel Wallet not only provides ample storage for the likes of your identification and credit cards but RFID protection to ensure their security, too. Can be carried as a regular wallet or strapped to your body, belt or backpack, and incorporates a handy multi-tool with a chisel, bottle opener, screwdrivers, and hex socket.

     
  • ArmorATD All-Terrain Drive

    ArmorATD All-Terrain Drive

    Look on the bright side should there ever be a nuclear holocaust, your backed up data should stay safe thanks to the ArmorATD All-Terrain Drive. Up to 4TB of storage can be encased within this triple-layered, rain- and dust resistant unit that boasts a 1,000lb crush rating. Friends with both Mac and Windows.

     
  • DJI RoboMaster S1

    DJI RoboMaster S1

    Stupendously joy-inducing, the DJI RoboMaster S1 was designed primarily to teach kids about programming, but you’ll be having far too much fun driving the robot around and shooting soft pellets. The built-in camera allows you to really get a feel for the action, and it can also learn to recognize the likes of claps and gestures as well.