The Zarathustra is a pair of handlebar-mounted bicycle LED lights. They work as turn signals, brake lights, hazard lights and standard lights. They are waterproof and easily removable for charging. Their modes are toggled via a thumb button and managed via an app.
The SwitchPod is an aluminum tripod that you can transform into a handheld grip or selfie stick in just a second. It weighs just 11oz but has a capacity of 100lb. It has non-slip feet, an ergonomic handle and works with all cameras, quick release plates, and ball heads.
Un Future Object’s AutoAuto combines all of the tools you need to change and inflate your vehicle’s tires into one compact device. Each step has a dedicated button so it’s user-friendly. It has a built-in tire gauge and pump. It draws power from your car’s cigarette lighter port.
Store extra cash, a spare key and other small valuables in your shoes with Storage Soles. It’s a foam insole that comes with a durable and removable storage compartment. The insole is a size 12, but it has guide lines that let you cut it to smaller sizes, down to a size 8.
Want to keep your car smelling good but don’t want to hang a tacky air freshener inside? Check out Ian McClung’s Car-Discs. They’re tiny disc-shaped air freshener that you can clip to your car’s headrest pole, rear-view mirror, or place discreetly in other areas.
The reTyre One is a modular bicycle tire. In its original state, it’s a slick road tire. When you need a different tire, simply get one of the skins and zip them on reTyre One. There are skins for a variety of conditions, including winter and off-road. Currently exclusive to Europe.
Front Runner’s Slimline II roof rack is made from rust-free aluminum with a weatherproof powder coat. The kits are modular for easy adjustment and part replacement. The company offers various accessories for securing items, and you can also use bolts on the rack’s t-slots.
The Boslla Bullet is an LED car headlight with four modes. There’s the white mode for clear conditions, neutral white for driving in snow, yellow for seeing through fog and rain, and flashing yellow for emergency situations. You just flick your lights on and off to switch modes.
Wisejet’s two-part gadget lets you wirelessly mirror the screen of a USB-C device to an HDMI display up to 10 yards away. It doesn’t need an internet connection or even local Wi-Fi to work. Just plug in the transmitter to your USB-C device and the receiver to your HDMI display.