Diving is a great sport. But once you go deeper than 65 feet, it can get really cold even in tropical waters. Wearing a thicker wetsuit may help, but this causes buoyancy adjustments and, frankly, isn't really all that effective. One trick I learned from experienced divers (and which I stumbled upon purely by accident and a lack of bladder control) is that pee is a great way to instantly warm yourself. Sure, you stink when you get out of the water, but think of all that nitrogen you are returning to the underwater ecosystem. Just be sure not … Read more
iPhone owners looking to personalize their handset can now send off their precious device to Colorware, the folks who will paint just about every electronic device under the sun. $150 gets you a new paint job, which includes two color choices for the back of the phone. For a little extra, you can also customize the shiny metal and Home button on the front of the phone, the Apple logo on the back, and the earbuds and dock.
Similar to Colorware's other offerings, you can also buy a prepainted iPhone in both the 4GB and 8GB capacities. One thing … Read more
Now this item should prove Crave's dedication, given that it's so foreign to us on so many fronts. Among them: surfing (no), frigid water (sorry) and physical exertion in general (sounds vaguely familiar).
But if you're into that sort of thing, you might well be interested in the "Hangair Wetsuit Drying System" (and probably from California--just a wild guess). Popgadget says this state-of-the-art technology employs "a two-speed, high-powered waterproof fan to ensure ventilation for your wetsuit or other sports apparel and is constructed out of Nylon 66 for durability." As for us, we'… Read more