Like it or not, for us in the Northern Hemisphere, the days are getting short which means it’s time to break out the lights. To go along with their already incredibly powerful tail lights, PDW is lighting the way to other planets with the Lars Rover 650 and 450 head lights. Certified at 650 and 450 lumens respectively with a Labsphere Illumia Light Measurement System, the lights stay true to PDW style by sourcing the best electronic internals you can reasonably get with a genuine Panasonic Li-Ion rechargeable battery and CREE LEDs.
Both models are rechargeable with a micro-USB port and will provide 2-8 hours of run time depending on the setting. Equipped with 5 modes including low, medium, high, flash, and pulse, the lights include 3 different mounts so they can be installed almost anywhere. The Lars Rover 650 will sell for $110, and the smaller 450 at $85.
There are plenty of c02 inflators out there, but inflators equipped with a dial pressure gauge? Not many (any?).
That’s where the PDW BARkeep steps in with its integrated pressure gauge and head that will accept presta or schrader by extending or collapsing the head and threading onto the valve. The Tap Handle at the bottom allows easy control of the flow of
beer c02, and also protects your hand from frozen cartridges. Weighing in at 94 grams, the BARkeep uses 16g cartridges and retails for $35. As a bonus, the pressure gauge can be used to just check your tire pressure without having to use the c02.
Looking for the perfect bicycle tailgate package? PDW’s new LTD Edition Takeout kit may be the winner. Available all together for the first time, the kit includes their Takeout basket that mounts to the front of your handlebars which fits their new Adventure bag perfectly. Made in Oregon by Blaq Design, the bag features a clear map/phone pocket, expandable interior (that just so happens to fit a 6 pack), a bright interior to easily find your gear, and a waterproof design that clips into the Takeout basket.
Even better, the kit includes a custom Dank Bags Can Cooler that fits 16oz cans and is built in Seattle to match. The whole set will cost you $150, but that’s a small price to pay such awesomeness.