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1 – Barebones Living Chopping Axe
Barebones Living introduced a new Chopping Axe, made for handling wood in the mountains. The split blade is forged from 1055 high carbon steel. There’s the wooden handle with a 1/3” solid steel core and it secures the head with a hex bolt. The weight of the head is evenly distributed making it easy to swing and maneuver. Besides the axe, you’ll get a nice leather sheath and a hex key. As for the dimensions, it measures 24 inches by 12 inches and weighs 5.55 pounds.
BUY | $135
2 – Klipsch Capitol One Speaker
To make this Bluetooth speaker, Klipsch teamed up with Capitol Records, a well-known record company. They wanted to use luxury materials like real wood veneer and tactile spun copper switches and knobs. The speaker features 2.1 stereo system with two 2 1/4 inch full range drivers and a 4.5-inch woofer. For the connection, it uses Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless technology and you can use it for streaming and storing music on your smartphone and tablet. The battery is rechargeable and lasts for 8 hours and charges quickly. With a minimalistic and timeless design, it can be incorporated into any room of the house.
BUY | $299
3 – Feastform Titanium Cooking Tools
Feastform Titanium Cooking Tools are made for outdoor cooking. Each is inspired by flexible and durable materials. The result- a lightweight titanium set that is very strong and easy to pack. Since titanium is corrosion resistant, it’s ideal for rainy days and humid, salty environments. The handle of the spatulas is wrapped in technical black fiber while the tongs can be separated for efficiently storing them.
BUY | $34+
4 – Adidas x Hender Scheme Sneakers
News from Adidas- Adidas x Hender Scheme Sneakers will be available starting September 2017. The collaboration results in an iconic Adidas Originals silhouettes packed with a luxury combination of goat and cow leathers and an elegant nude color. They will be available in selected stores worldwide with a price tag of between 900-1,000 USD. The plan is to release 800 pairs in three models- NMD_R1 HS, SUPERSTAR HS, and MICROPACER HS.
5 – Nokia 8 Smartphone
Nokia 8 Smartphone will make #Bothie a thing. With its Dual-Sight mode, it gives you the ability to use front and rear cameras simultaneously for split-screen photos and video. With just one click you can start streaming to Facebook Live and YouTube Live while recording a high-quality 4K video with Nokia OZO spatial 360° audio. This phone uses Android Nougat 7.1.1 operative system, 13 MP camera, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform. Not to forget the Bright 5.3” 2K polarized display, 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB internal storage and MicroSD card support of up to 256 GB. It will be available starting in September.
BUY | $TBA
6 – Dean & DeLuca Energy Bar
Created by a Michelin-starred chef with 25 years of experience, this is a great tasting energy bar for high-performing athletes. It is available in four flavors- turmeric and ginger, matcha and espresso, manuka and mango, mekabu and hazelnut. These bars are not only filled with quality ingredients from all over the world but are also 100% free of gluten, dairy, and GMO ingredients. They can help you with a variety of issues like help reduce inflammation, improve circulation, alleviate joint pain, improve concentration, boost immunity and help tissue recovery.
7 – The Killing of a Sacred Deer
A trailer for The Killing of a Sacred Deer, a new movie, is out and it marked the last week. This movie comes from Yorgos Lanthimos, the director of Lobster. It stars Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman as well as Barry Keoghan, a kid last seen in Nolan’s masterpiece Dunkirk. This psychological horror movie has been described as “a full-throated horror movie,” “an unfettered nightmare,” and “a cruel treat.” It follows the story of “Steven, a charismatic surgeon, that is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice after his life starts to fall apart when the behavior of a teenage boy he has taken under his wing turns sinister.” The movie comes out on October 27.
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