The Bravo Night is a roll-top backpack designed and manufactured by Chrome Industries. Chrome Industries, a company whose products were previously unknown to me, designs their backpacks and bags so as to be beautiful, but more importantly useful under all settings.
The Bravo Night is my first encounter with their products, but the quality and overarching sense of attention to detail ensures that it won’t be my last. (more…)
Phiaton has always been a company the combined both form and function into an aesthetically pleasing package that is able to perform strongly from a technical standpoint as well. The Bridge headphones were announced alongside the handsome Moderna earbuds, but were released much later. They are no exception to the Phiaton design queues. (more…)
When Griffin initially released the WoodTone in-ear headphones, which aren’t too bad sounding, I never thought that they’d turn it into a series of headphones. I also thought that the wooden design would make for a really nice set of over-ear headphones. Griffin recently released the new over-ear WoodTones to answer both of these thoughts. They are priced at a reasonable 100 dollars and do give a good bang for your buck. (more…)
A growing company requires growing endeavors. MEElectronics is a growing company that aims to reach up higher with its new M-Duo. As the name suggest, there is something coupled about it. In this case, it’s two dynamic drivers, one for the lows and one for the mids and highs. Multi-driver systems are not new, multi-driver dynamic systems are more rare, but becoming more popular. (more…)