Here's a cool throwback to our childhoods. The Lego Ideas Voltron set aims to be the company's biggest mech-based set ever. At over 2,000 pieces (2,321 to be exact), this product came about via a crowdsourcing idea and is in celebration of the animated 80s cult classic. The set consists of 5 lions that can be combined into a 15-inch tall mech Voltron. Shipping August 1 at the Lego site and at Comic-Con, this is a perfect gift for any die-hard Lego or Voltron fan.
Bakerstone Portable Pizza Oven
Want some oven baked pizza from the convenience of your backyard? Then the Bakerstone might be just for you. This handy cooking helper can turn your outdoor grill into a 'conventional' pizza over, giving you an easy and efficient method of making pizza at home. It is capable of cooking pizzas up to 12" in just 2 to 4 minutes and also doubles as a baker for roasted meats, vegetables and cookies & bread. The Bakertstone retails for $99 and is currently shipping now.
Oru Coast XT Foldable Kayak
Living in Southern California, we're huge fans of ocean kayaking, yet find it pretty tough to fit kayaks into our midsize cars. San Francisco based Oru knows the struggle and has been creating compact and 'foldable' kayaks for years. Their latest iteration - the Oru Kayak Coast XT - is their biggest kayak yet and can support up to 400 pounds. The form is based off of traditional Arctic canoes and measures at 33" x 12" x 19" fully compacted and only 34 pounds, much lighter and more portable than standard ocean kayaks. The longer build profile allows you to travel faster and with more stability than past models. The Coast XT is not cheap, costing $2499, but the convenience and ease of travel make it worth it.