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The Vapor Iron Family Drops This Halloween

Leave it to Nike to come out with an expensive set of must-have irons right before the holidays. Launching on October 31, the Vapor Iron series comes to finer sporting goods stores everywhere — both online and brick-and-mortar. More from the press release: When studying Tiger’s blades, The Oven team noticed that the wear pattern was directly on the center of the club face, not trending towards the heel where the bulk of the club’s weight is carried and where he could achieve a more efficient strike. Our club designers knew that they hadn’t yet optimized the traditional blade for Read More

AirEnergy 3D Puts The Power Of A Wind Turbine In Your Pack

Most of the inStash audience lives in the good ol’ U, S, of A, so we don’t think about energy that much until the power goes out. But maybe we should change that. The AirEnergy 3D project gives us the means to produce a clean, mobile form of energy that we can take with us wherever we go, thus getting us off the grid. Made mostly from a 3D printer, AirEnergy 3D is a wind turbine that fits in your backpack and produces up to 300 watts of renewable energy. That’s enough to power mobile phones, laptops, batteries, and more. Read More

Virtualizer: The Future Of VR Gaming Is Here

The Virtualizer has just made virtual reality gaming a lot cooler than it’s ever been. We were already getting excited about the possibilities through Sony’s headset and the Oculus Rift, but with this 360-degree sensor-based treadmill, you can get the full range of motion on games like Battlefield 4. (Video below.) And once the software development kit from Virtualizer releases around the end of 2014, you’ll be able to turn most games VR. While there are still some limitations — jumping is limited to a hop, and you can’t physically feel the bullet hit you when you get shot in Read More

The Outdoor Strider: A Great Indoor Workout, Even Outdoors

This exercise machine is designed to withstand the elements and provides a low impact workout outdoors. The strider possesses a sturdy steel frame, stainless steel hardware, and an exterior coating that resists rust, corrosion, chips, and UV discoloration. It’s a weather-resistant build enabling a joint-friendly cardiovascular workout in the fresh air and sunshine, an environment that researchers have found encourages longer and more satisfying exercise sessions. Simply place your feet on the pedals and hold the handgrips, gliding legs back and forth to work the lower body without stressing the joints. Using the rotating handlebars, which swing back and forth Read More

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NightSUP For the Nighttime Paddle Board Enthusiast

If you’ve never given the recreational sport of paddle boarding a try, you may not want to start at night. At least, not without NightSUP in your corner. These custom paddle boards bring the magic of modern LED lighting to the water, so you can have a bright path as you indulge your inner water sport addiction. NightSUP sells their custom boards in one of two ways. By far the cheapest, is the kit, which starts at the price of $499. New complete boards are available starting at $1,695 plus shipping and handling. (Better get in touch with your inner Read More

$499 Buy

Schedule A Chopper Ride? Sure, There’s An App For That!

Well, our smartphones have officially “gone there.” With an app for both Apple and Google Play, you can now book your own helicopter ride. (The app’s free; the ride’s not.) Yes, providing helicopter trips from Manhattan to the Hamptons and back, the BLADE app offers you the ability to simply grab a single seat or launch your own crowdsourced flight. The technology is integrated with the fleet and pilots of Liberty Helicopters, the largest and most respected provider of owned and operated helicopters in the Northeast. And here’s the kicker: if your ride is cancelled due to weather, the consolation Read More

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$575 Buy

Dry-Age Meat At Home With Your Very Own Steaklocker

Steaklocker is the world’s first chef inspired fridge that professionally and safely dry ages prime steaks at home saving 70 percent on current steak prices. Currently US prices for dry age steaks range from $30 to $50 per pound. You can purchase Choice or Prime sub primal cuts from your favorite butcher for around $10 to $14 per pound.  In other words, say goodbye to the huge markup, and just cook at home. (No tip worries either!) Depending on when you can get in on the action, this fridge with a retail of $1,000, could be yours for anywhere from $555 to Read More

Myro:Air: The Best In AirPlay Receivers

The Myro:Air is an AirPlay receiver, easily integrated with home automation and control systems. If you’re an unapologetic audiophile, then you may want to consider adding one to your home or office. Why? Allow us to count the reasons. There’s the Wolfson WM8741 DAC (digital-to-analog converter) found in many high-end standalone DACs. Now it’s possible to output great audio quality from AirPlay devices using Apple’s Lossless Codec processed through the best sounding DAC around. There’s the freedom of Airplay itself, which negates the need of syncing separate media servers. Just use your iOS device to AirPlay your favorite music, podcasts Read More

$599 Buy