Perrelet’s Split Second Chronograph is a tour-de-force complication; it sports a skeletonized face with four discs, DLC-treated stainless steel case, and sapphire crystal.
In need of uber-terrifying last minute props for Saturday? Spook no further than Hack N Mod’s collection of 30 DIY Halloween Props, which includes a pneumatic werewolf and grave grabbers.
Sci-fi satire Galaxy Quest hits Blu-ray with Grabthar’s Hammer 11/17; its extras are as eclectic as the film, with a Thermian audio track, Galactopedia, and Sigourney Weaver rapping.
David and Goliath, meet University of Utah’s Cell Size and Scale: it’s a great visual tool for understanding just how small “small” is, with everything from a grain of salt to a carbon atom.
There’s only one day until Halloween, but I Came From Nothing’s horrifically detailed tees supply fear for the whole year, with nods to everything from Child’s Play to gut-munching pandas.
AIDA not only acts as a navigator but uses facial expressions to suggest how to drive more safely and efficiently; in other words, the ultimate backseat driver (albeit one that rides shotgun).
A potent mix of sports and history, Invictus is the true story of how Nelson Mandela (Morgan Freeman) and a rugby team captain (Matt Damon) bring political change to South Africa.
Oakley’s Elite Assault Boot might as well be a tank: it features a fire and slash resistant hybrid carbon fiber/stainless steel outer, chemical-resistant outsole, and puncture-proof inner sole.
DJ in the Googleplex: Google Music integrates jams into its search results, letting you play and buy full tracks from sources that include iLike, Lala, Imeem, Rhapsody and Pandora.
Available at Amazon, GameStop, and GameKrazy, God of War III Ultimate Edition is a Kratos cash cow: it includes a Pandora’s Box replica, Art Book, soundtrack, and retailer-specific skins.
Our condolences to fans who did not die in the Staples Center Collapse: yes, it’s an Onion parody, this time skewering the Los Angeles Clippers with a fate worse than death: a shutout.
Amalgam Model Cars are ridiculously detailed 1/8 scale versions of unattainable supercars made only slightly more attainable; they include the Veyron, Reventon and McLaren F1 LM.
Now available: Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack In Time concludes the Future trilogy and goes out with a Qwark-laden bang in the launch trailer above; it’s also Insomniac’s last 60fps game.
Despite its title, Bill Amberg’s Mobius Belt is not a seemingly infinite waist strap; it is however ideal for hands-on folks, as is comes as a 15-piece kit for you to build yourself.
Cobbled together from junk parts, Iain Sharp’s real-life, analog version of Atari’s 1979 Lunar Lander game is out of this world; it’s powered by a pair of old PCs and Sharp’s own software.
Starring Korean entertainer Rain, Ninja Assassin hits theaters 11/25/09; the plot looks predictable, but the action sequences are kick ass — that, and nothing beats watching ninjas flip out.
Kevin Van Aelst dispenses with charts and spreadsheets; he uses everyday objects to depict scientific principles, with everything from fingerprints as tape to DNA with Gummy Worms.
It may feature two superimposed carbon fiber/black dials, but the new Welder K24 3305 Chrono is no lightweight; it sports a giant 50mm IPB-treated case and Miyota OS10 movement.
Debuting at SEMA, this Ford Hot Rod is a reproduction of a ’34 3-window Coupe; lean and green, it packs a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 Ecoboost, good for 400 hp and 400 lb-ft. of torque.
Turn your speakers down: this brilliant Pulp Fiction Audio Mix turns sound clips from the movie into a percussive performance a-la Stomp, albeit with slightly more profane instruments.
Made for riders, Outlier’s Merino Hoodie is made with 18.8 micron fabric (normally used for next-to-skin garments) and features a three panel hood, two-way zipper, and Raglan sleeves.
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