The Manx 2.0

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Meyers Manx dune buggies are coveted bits of dune hardware that haven’t been made in over 60-years. Now, they are back… and all electric. Two models are available – the 20kWk (150 mile range) and the 40kWh (300 mile range).

I’m mostly concerned about weight. A proper dune buggy is light by necessity and batteries are heavy as hell…

No word on price yet.

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Darkfade

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Giaco is the guy behind the MakerKnife – a gorgeously designed, but inconsistently manufactured utility knife. And now, he’s come out with his own flashlight. Honestly, I don’t see a lot of ground being broken here.

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BPS Space

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Not on-topic at all, but I’ve been watching this kid for years as he tries to land his rocket…He finally did it…

Watch em all.

The Cooler Caddy

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This is both dope and practical. It’s a soft cooler from Bellroy – just big enough for a six pack and no more…

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Zenith X Hodinkee Chronomaster

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Hodinkee always does collabs in the right way… And that shit didn’t change when they hooked up with Zenith. I’d call this a chronomaster/Primero mashup of sorts? Regardless, it’s as perfect as a Zenith could ever be. $10k. Damnit.

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Tripster Chair

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Simple folding design. Light, but made of good materials. It’s no Eames Lounge Chair, but it’s not as uncomfortable as it looks. Just really good design.

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PRODRIVE & CALLUM

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A reader saw my simulator post and decided to one-up me. Introducing the $46,000 simulator crafted for Prodrive by Callum’s studio. It’s insanely expensive and incredibly gorgeous. But one has to ask – why not use that 50k on an actual race car?

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Hamilton Frogman

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The best feature of the new Frogman is one that you can opt out of – the date window… I prefer watches without date windows and the design of the new Frog isn’t bad either. Make it in 40mm rather than 42mm and you have a perfect beater…

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