Forcite Alpine may not be the first action helmet, but it's the first geared specifically towards those who enjoy snow sports. Featuring an integrated 4K action camera, a helmet-to-helmet communication system, and even advanced sensors that track your altitude, lines. The camera has instant social media sharing once you finish recording, enabling you to get the action to your friends and family as quickly as possible. You'll also get other important data displayed, such as top speed and max airtime. If you want some entertainment, simply turn on the built-in Bluetooth headset, pair it to a compatible device, and you'll be ready to rock. Continue reading for another video, the Kickstarter page and more pictures.
If you've been following the luxury scene online, the Saker S-1 is probably a familiar name. Now, the first prototype images have surfaced (top and bottom images above). Just to recap, it's the $5-million personal fighter jet that people can actually buy. The production model, set to be delivered in 2019, will reach speeds just shy of Mach 1 (Mach .99), and can be equipped with an optional ejector seat in case of emergency. Military training will not be required, just a pilot's license. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including what happens when Star Wars meets Disney.
Before spending thousands on expensive scuba gear, check out the x2 Underwater Jetpack. It's basically wearable propulsion system that revolutionizes the underwater experience by enabling the wearer to explore the ocean with the power and grace of a dolphin. The drive is essentially generated by the company's patented Hydra thrusters, which propels you through the water faster than an Olympian swimmer, thus helping conserve precious oxygen you can use for longer dives. Continue reading for another video of the current version and more information.
Star Wars fans who want to make a real impression at the Force Awakens premier should definitely pick up Anovos latest piece, a 1:1 scale Stormtrooper helmet. It's constructed from lightweight injection-molded plastic, and based on the actual digital files used in the production of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Best of all, everything comes assembled and ready to wear, unlike others that require you to piece things together yourself. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a bizarre caterpillar that freaks out when someone yells at it.
Instructables user "BrittLiv" took a Nerf N-Strike Vulcan and transformed it into an autonomous sentry gun. This video game-like weapon is powered by an Arduino Uno controller with a few servos to help the unit move from side to side. It automatically locks and fires at targets, but can also be manually fired by using a controller. To help keep intruders out, the gun's firing speed has been increased by 50%, an programmed to not fire at users wearing the Instructables robot logo on their shirt. "My main aim was for it to look awesome; which was difficult to achieve without removing the front part of the gun. But, I managed to accomplish this without removing the barrel, and I'm really happy with how it turned out," said Britt. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of secret notes being left on plane windows.
SplashETech's FX625 Dash Cam ensures that you've always got undeniable proof should the worst happen on the road, and you can pick one up for just $74.99 with coupon code: ORZFX625, today only, originally $199. The upgraded metal housing is designed for great heat dispersion and texture, making it easily concealable. Other features include: a 2.7" TFT panel display, auto on/off, SOS function, a G-Sensor, loop recorder, motion detection, a built-in microphone, an integrated speaker, and 2 supplementary LED lights to enhance brightness in darkness. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: ORZFX625 on the final checkout page to receive the additional discount. Continue reading for another insane video and more information.
Mail Online gives us a first look at what could possibly be Apple's upcoming smart ring, based on patents the company filed. This device has its own touchscreen interface, as well as motion sensors that monitor the wearer's hand movements, a microphone for Siri, and haptic feedback to alert a wearer of notifications. "A user's hands may be preoccupied with another task, for example, or the user's hands and/or arms may become fatigued after holding the device in a viewing position for extended periods of time. The light emitted by a touchscreen may be inappropriate in certain social environments or even dangerous if it gives away the position of a threatened use," said the patent. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
The QCY QY8 Mini Bluetooth 4.1 Headphones may not be the most expensive model around, but they will definitely get things done at the gym (or any sweaty activity), all for $15.99 with coupon code: SFRUHNMD, this weekend only, originally $49.99. The latest Bluetooth technology makes it easy and fast to pair with all of your mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets, etc., and the built-in aptX codec provides CD-quality sound. Its high performance polymer 80mAh battery provides up to 5 hours of continuous talk / playing time, and about 175 hours standby time. Product page - be sure to enter coupon code: SFRUHNMD during final checkout for the additional discount. Continue reading for another video review and more information.
When trike meets motorcycle, you get the Polaris Slingshot, which has two wheels up front with a lone wheel out back. Powered by a 2.4L Ecotec inline-4 mounted up that generates 173 hp and 166 lb-ft torque, mated to a five-speed manual transmission, the vehicle weighs in at just 1725 pounds for the $19,999 base model. It stays planted to the ground, thanks to a double-wishbone suspension set up with coilovers, and steering is electric power-assisted. Continue reading for two more videos and additional pictures.
Iain Sinclair's CardSharp2 is a folding, surgical grade knife that looks just like a credit card, but can be unfolded in seconds, and you can pick one up for $3.29 shipped, today only, originally $19.99. At 2.2mm thin, the 13-gram CardSharp2 transforms from a credit card-sized accessory into surgical-grade knife with a sturdy handle. This waterproof tool features a nearly 3" long blade, and the polypropylene handle is guaranteed to last a lifetime of unfolding and folding. Product page. Continue reading for a two videos, including a cutting demonstration and additional information