Another high end product from our own Numyth brand, we present to you the Aether Titanium Toothpick. Not just for picking out the parts of food in between your teeth, the Aether was made from titanium alloy, which is great for any kind of medical use thanks to titanium’s natural resistance to oxidation from water or other fluids. The toothpick comes in a titanium case with two separate caps. The purpose for the dual cap is that the tootpick can be exposed by either a minimal amount at the tip (one of the ends of the tootpick is threaded which allows it to remain attached to the cap), or can be removed entirely. The casing for the Aether is fitted with a stainless steel split ring, making it easy to attach to a keychain or zipper if needed be.
Unlike our typical review videos about flashlights, we decided to stray away from the norm on this review of our very own battery capsule: the Talos. This capsule was designed by us (flashlight junkies) with the flashlight junkie in mind: a water-tight capsule that can easily attach to anything and is almost indestructible. This case can be submerged, and still keep the batteries dry thanks to the seal given to the device by the O-ring placement on the top. If you like the capsule, but want to be able to store more batteries, there are optional extenders that you can add to the Talos that will allow the casing to contain more batteries, and it will not compromise the waterproofing since the extenders have the O-rings as well. The Talos: innovative, sleek, indestructible (almost), and waterproof.
The Numyth Vulcan fire piston is one of the coolest ways on earth to make fire. Making fire from nothing is in itself pretty cool, but using the fire piston makes it that more interesting.
Fire pistons work in a similar fashion to diesel engines. A piston compresses air which in turn heats the air to the point of ignition. A fuel source such as char cloth is ignited by the super heated air in the cylinder. As long as you have a fuel source to ignite, a fire piston can be used indefinitely. The only thing needed to make fire is a fuel source; other than that a fire piston is self contained and reusable.
It may be a little confusing without actually seeing it in action, so check out the video below to see the magic of the Numyth Vulcan fire piston!