After raising $450,000-plus on Kickstarter, MOMENT detachable mobile phone lenses are getting ready to launch.
THE HEADPHONES YOU WANT TO HEAR RIGHT NOW
Samsung is rolling on all cylinders. Its latest offering proves it. Not only providing you with one pair of headphones or a single speaker, the Level audio portfolio has it all. Including the Level Over, Level On, Level In, and Level Box the selection brings premium sound quality in whatever form you please. Continue reading
IPHONE DOCKS BY GROVEMADE
While Grovemade made be known for producing well-designed accessories from materials like wood and leather, the Portland brand is branching out. Introducing a limited run of iPhone docks made entirely from metal—the first of its products that doesn’t include any of its signature materials—the docks come equipped with an improved cord adapter and its three-pound weight ensures that users can easily plug and unplug their phones without disturbing the stability of the dock. Continue reading
Debuting its widest range of bags, cases, and carry-alls to date with a vast 20-piece assortment, Hex’s Supply Collection continues the brand’s longstanding ability to seamlessly merge form and function. Each piece not only features a durable, water resistant, premium waxed canvas outer shell in industrial charcoal with jet black coated trim, but the utilitarian outer makes way for micro fleece lined pockets for maximum device protection.
Shop the collection HERE with pieces ranging from $34.99 to roughly $130.
RECOVER X PENDLETON PHONE CASES
You’d be hard-pressed to find a pattern more distinct than Pendleton’s. After all, it’s been used on everything from shirts and blankets to hats and bags for well over a century. Now, by teaming up with another Northwest company in Recover, the two are bringing the iconic motif to the back of your phone.
Unveiling the Recover x Pendleton iPhone case collection today, the range offers nine different designs that include a selection of both natural, engraved patterns and UV inked printed designs. More than the products visual design, each case provides unsurpassed protection thanks to a strong satin-coated polycarbonate core.
Priced from $40 to $50, you can shop the collection HERE.
For seventeen years, Incase has been at the forefront of innovation, creating various products that keep those prized tech goods of yours safe. Its goal hasn’t changed. The brand is still putting forth the best most functional commodities, most recently in the form of its thinnest, most lightweight protective sleeve to date.
Dubbed the Icon Sleeve, the new case features original Tensaerlite technology, which is a specially made material formulated for impact protection, keeping your device free of damage that may be caused by drops.
The latest sleeve is available now, and can be purchased HERE for both the MacBook Pro and iPad.
Don’t overlook the possibilities of what an already used billboard that’s headed for the trash can become. At least not when it ends up in the hands of Alec Avedissian and his brainchild Rareform.
Repurposing billboards to create one of a kind products ranging from iPad sleeves to backpacks to surfboard bags, the 3-year old California-based company has no issues pulling double duty. Not only is the collection full of quality bags and accessories that provide plenty and space and noteworthy protection to your everyday necessities, but each one reduces Earth’s waste as well.
Check out the full collection from Rareform HERE.
-photo by Andre Perry
Cell service is a fickle thing. One moment you have it, yet the next you don’t. So to keep you continually connected while everyone else is searching for a signal, look no further than the goTenna.
A new device that pairs with your smartphone and lets you communicate with others even when you don’t have service, goTenna wirelessly connects to allow you to share texts or your location with anyone that also has one. Compatible with both iPhone and Android devices, you can pre-order yours HERE in anticipation for its late fall ship date.
No one can solve those minor yet annoying tech-related problems quite like the people behind Bluelounge. From corralling messy wires to functional charging solutions for every device you own, they tackle it all. And it’s always in the simplest way possible–something we love about them. So when looking to make our workspace more comfortable, we were waiting to see what the design studio had in store.
Giving laptops a little extra boost, the Bluelounge Kickflip elevates your MacBook into an ergonomic position making it easier to work. But there’s no bulk involved. The Kickflip is thin and inconspicuous, attaching to your computer through a high-tech, German engineered gel adhesive that forms a strong bond with your laptop to hold firm, yet can be removed and used again without leaving behind residue.
Buy it HERE.
Headphones are no longer just headphones anymore thanks to the foursome behind Flips Audio.
Revolutionizing the way you can listen to music and the means by which you do so, the brand’s headphones that were a year and a half in the making are the first that posses the ability to turn into HD speakers through the flip of an ear piece. Compact enough to take on the go and powerful enough to supply high quality sound, the device’s duality won’t only good for you, but your friends as well…granted your music library isn’t lacking.
Buy a pair HERE in black or white.