Editor's Choice: NUDE Ahoy non-slip glassware

We know it, you know it and Mad Men the world over know it; there's nothing like an eye-catching name to make a product to stand out from the crowd.NUDE certainly scores highly on that front, but delve a little further and you’ll discover the beauty of this particular brand runs more than skin deep. For in choosing a name, the Istanbul-based creators of NUDE were looking for a title to reflect the simplicity and purity of their glassware products. And true to the […] This article Editor's Choice: NUDE Ahoy non-slip glassware appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Editor's Choice: NUDE Ahoy non-slip glassware

We know it, you know it and Mad Men the world over know it; there's nothing like an eye-catching name to make a product to stand out from the crowd.

NUDE certainly scores highly on that front, but delve a little further and you’ll discover the beauty of this particular brand runs more than skin deep.

For in choosing a name, the Istanbul-based creators of NUDE were looking for a title to reflect the simplicity and purity of their glassware products.

And true to the great tradition of ‘less is more’ we have to say we think they did a pretty good job.

NUDE’s Ahoy range has been designed to cope with the rigours of life at sea – quite a claim when you consider we’re talking about a set of moulded, lead-free crystalline glasses here.

The Ahoy is essentially a tumbler which has designed not to tumble, the secret being in the non-slip silicone coating of its base.

We’ve not yet had the opportunity to test them out in the Solent Chop for ourselves.

But the PR photo sent to us by NUDE shows an Ahoy glass precariously perched at an angle not far short of 45 degrees – impressive or what?

The design of the Ahoy glass is everything its manufacturer claims it to be in terms of simplicity.

A great example of form meets function in a robust range with classic lines that not only look good on the table but also fit snugly into the hand.

They’re versatile too, being suitable for both hot and cold drinks.

Importantly for boat owners, where space is always at a premium, Ahoy glasses are stackable so occupy minimal space once stowed.

To sum up, we like the NUDE Ahoy glasses a lot – in fact, it’s making us thirsty just thinking about them.

Price: €35 for a set of four (inc. tax)

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Editor's Choice: DJI Mavic Air 2 drone

We don't want to drone on about it, but when it comes to capturing breathtaking boat photos and videos little compares to a drone.Their ability to shoot from any angle or viewpoint is well proven and simply sets them apart from any other form of image gathering kit on the market today. One of the best options in our view today is DJI’s Mavic Air 2 drone. Weighing in at just 570 grammes, its legs fold in when […] This article Editor's Choice: DJI Mavic Air 2 drone appeared first on Motor Boat & Yachting.

Editor's Choice: DJI Mavic Air 2 drone

We don't want to drone on about it, but when it comes to capturing breathtaking boat photos and videos little compares to a drone.

Their ability to shoot from any angle or viewpoint is well proven and simply sets them apart from any other form of image gathering kit on the market today.

One of the best options in our view today is DJI’s Mavic Air 2 drone. Weighing in at just 570 grammes, its legs fold in when not in use to a compact 180 x 97 x 77mm, so it shouldn’t take up too much room on the boat.

Capable of flying for over 30 minutes/18.5 km on a single charge, the Mavic Air 2 climbs at up to 4m/s, descends at up to 3m/s and has a ceiling of 5,000 m – more than enough to film an entire armada.

The drone’s operational capabilities are nothing short of incredible and enable even the most unskilled operator to produce perfect pictures and magnificent movies time after time.

This is because in addition to built-in three-axis stabilisation, the Mavic Air 2 comes with various operator-assist features.

These include OcuSync 2.0, an advanced chunk of technology which connects the remote controller with the drone, and Focus Track, which does pretty much what it says on the box. Together, the electronics do all the heavy lifting, leaving the operator free to enjoy the ride.

The Mavic Air 2 also has eye-watering image capturing abilities, with a 48 mega pixel sensor producing super clear cinematic videos.

There’s an 8K hyperlapse facility for dramatic time lapses and HDR (High Dynamic Range) functionality to give videos that realer-than-real look.

The list of features goes on and on, but we’re going to end with one that we feel is especially important to boaters.

It’s called Auto Obstacle Avoidance and while it might not stop your drone plummeting into the deep should you take your eye off the ball, it should help prevent any number of regrettable occurrences at sea.

Price: £769 (inc. VAT)

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