Every day we see something that makes us say, "Whoa." As you may have noticed, we've been sharing that with you on a daily basis. But in case you missed it, here are some of the cooler things we've come across over the past few weeks. Click the links for more info and watch this space for more mind-blowing daily whoas.
“At $399, it feels and sounds like a turntable that costs two or three times as much. That’s courtesy of a quiet running synchronous motor, high-purity copper for maximum signal transfer and lots of adjustability features to ensure the best possible playback. (And not to get too technical, but the drive motor is isolated on its own platform and completely decoupled from the plinth to eliminate vibration transmission.)" Click here to read more.
“The Colorblock is based on the 2012 sensation that features a minute subdial at 12 o’clock and a fluid ring around its outer perimeter, indicating the hours using jet-black fluid. It’s available in yellow, blue and a very vibrant red, and these three new releases are limited to only ten units at a price of $38,000 each.” Click here to read more.
“Featuring a frameless structural engine, unitized crankcase, integrated exhaust and tablet-sized digital dashboard with a rearview camera, the Roadster will be the first of three motorcycles built on a common powertrain platform. Eventually, they will cover all the riding positions: Roadster (a.k.a. “This One”), Cruiser (think Peter Fonda in Easy Rider) and Racer (the bikes tearing up the track in professional racing).” Click here to read more.
“It took 18 months of research, lots of studying and 3D scans of original XKSS Jags to resuscitate this model into a true representation of the 1957 version. From the 3.4-liter straight-six engine to the interior, they’re staying true to form. The wood steering wheel, the grain of leather for the seats and the brass knobs on the dashboard make it feel like you’ve stepped back in time to reclaim a 262-horsepower piece of the past.” Click here to read more.
“Fun.com has a new suit line honoring Captain America, Batman, Iron Man, and more that start at $299. You’ve got an Iron Man suit that looks like the real deal, complete with red and gold coloring and lines. There’s also the blue Captain America suit, which sports a simple shield pattern on the inside jacket lining and tie. And the Hulk suit appears to be a very unassuming, black two-button number—until you check the inside of the jacket, where you’ll find a large green Hulk who is presumably angry.” Click here to read more.