Ever feel like you’re just floating along in life? Drifting aimlessly and getting inebriated with your mates every weekend?
Well, now you can float for real and your mates can come too! Bóia is an Australian brand selling water-based products, like the Harbour: a horseshoe-shaped floating chill area that is absolutely made for summer.
Imagine jumping in a Bóia with a few friends, and either throwing your own private island party or just choosing to relax.
The word ‘AirFly’ sounds epic, conjuring images of people in goggles soaring through the air on their way to Europe. Maybe even propelled by a pair of chrome wings strapped to their torso.
The actual product is much more humble, but is nonetheless one of the handier travel inventions we’ve come across: a wireless headphone adapter that lets you use your own wireless headphones (or earbuds) without a headphone jack. Perfect for places like planes and treadmills.
Now, not only do you get to enjoy Shrek 2 via a pair of quality headphones, you also get to say no to the single-use headphones provided by the airline—a win for everyone.
Biolite are no strangers to wacky inventions but gee whizz they sure darn gone outdone themselves. This time, it’s the old ‘bush T.V’.
The Biolite Firepit+ (what a name) is a portable fire pit that looks like a cross between a letterbox and a Boston Terrier, which comes with its own patented air flow system that prevents it from creating smoke. NO SMOKE AT ALL.
While it doesn't look like your regular fire pit, it does use wood or fuel like your regular fire pit. It also still gets hot, like a regular fire pit, meaning you're able to marshmallow roast and shit-talk without resorting to the time-honoured technique of pointing into the fire hoping it'll direct the smoke away from you.
Your fan speed also determines how high the flames go and how quickly you burn through your wood. Pretty cool/hot.
DJI MINI PRO 3
It’s no secret we love a drone here at get lost.
Any time the drone kings at DJI release a new product, we feel a collective shiver run up our spines. A conch horn sounds far away and our editorial team wakes suddenly, bolt upright, wide eyed and murmuring.
The new kid on the block is the DJI Mini Pro 3, and it weighs less than 249 grams, making it exempt from most countries’ regulations and paperwork (double check though!).
Here are a list of things that weigh the same or slightly more than 249 grams: two oranges, a football, a loaf of bread, a hamster (around 200-300 grams, depending on the breed).
It might be small but judging by the footage, DJI certainly didn’t skimp on quality. Good things DO come in small packages.
They say they’ve got the world’s best merino, and honestly—after sweating in their hiking thermals through Vanuatu recently, we think they might be right.
Founded in New Zealand almost 20 years ago, Icebreaker has been leading the merino charge for a good while now. But what makes them even better? They’re passionate about making outdoor gear sustainably. Which is a big green tick from us.
From undies and jumpers to hiking gear and base layers, you can tell these pieces have been made and designed by people who move, for people who move.
Plus, they’re made of 91% natural fibres so your body is breathing easy while it moves. Big wins for you and your armpits.
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