Breitling means to be taken seriously with their Chronomat B01, which features their first 100% in-house movement; we also like the retro-style numerals and 500m of water resistance.
If you can’t stand the sight of Zerglings getting mashed into a goo, be sure to skip this video filled with Starcraft II unit death animations; otherwise, let the pixel eviscerating begin.
Made from recycled materials and powered by Li-Phosphate batteries, Husqvarna’s Panthera Leo concept is smart and green: an LCD shows speed, cutting height and battery life.
Thrustmaster’s Tennis Duo Pack NW straddles the line between real and virtual; it not only works with Wii’s MotionPlus but includes a foam ball for when you want to break a real sweat.
It was bound to happen, but Scott Iseri of Scotty Got An Office Job gets fired after his boss learns of his videos; don’t beat yourself up too much, Scotty! Note: good stuff starts at 0:30.
Available today only: Philip Tseng’s Turtle Power t-shirt asks the question, “What if the TMNT were real turtles and tortoises?” The answer: the slowest ninjas you’ve never seen.
The Beanzawave brings us one buttprint closer to never leaving our cubicles again: it’s a USB-powered microwave that uses finely tuned cellphone radio frequencies to cook food.
The tilt shift thing has be done to death, but this Tokyo video’s blend of time lapse gives the megalopolis a miniaturized feel; anybody else getting the urge to go Godzilla on it?
Blingvaders puts the 1980s on ice and lets you rep the 2600 in style: each necklace sports a a pixelated Space Invader studded with fake gems, and comes in either gold or silver.
This 10 minute walkthrough trailer for Just Cause 2 may look sweet, but what really rocks is the gameplay: the grappling hook looks like mad fun, as is the level of destructive realism.
Hard Graft’s Sporting Collection adds hand-selected Italian leather to the mix, each embossed with a badminton shuffle; choose from laptop sleeves, wallets, cases and pockets.
Playing air guitar might look cooler, but Omer Yosha’s Airpiano actually works; it’s a virtual matrix of keys and faders triggered by hand movement, all thanks to arduino-driven sensors.
There are bad days to sail, and then there are days like this Murphy’s Law t-shirt by Alvaro Arteaga; there’s nothing like a kraken, a griffin and a sea dragon to really mess up your day.
From the same guy who brought us Iron Man vs. Bruce Lee, Bumblebee Boy turns our favorite Autobot into a breakdancin’ fool; PS: the soundtrack is “Vanished” by Crystal Castles.
Oh, how far we’ve come: Kyle Bean’s Mobile Evolution is a 21st century take on Russian Matryoshka nesting dolls, progressing from the classic brick phone to today’s iPhone.
MonkeyLectric’s Bike Wheel Lights let you add 32 LEDs to your bicycle; it’s similar to SpokePOV, except it can display multiple colors and doesn’t require soldering. Thanks, Brian!
Averatec’s D1200 all-in-one PC is literally a giant value–you’ll get a 25.5″ LCD, 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo, 320GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 1080p TV tuner, 2MP webcam and 802.11n for only $999.
Quirky.com doesn’t just let you buy things–it lets you build them, too; the social product development site lets users submit product ideas, vote on them and earn cash for their help.
Bluelounge already organizes desktops, so it’s about time they released StudioDesk: a sliding top lets this minimalist table gobble up cables, resulting in a single protruding power cord.
They’re not much for looks, but Panasonic’s HDC-SD10 and HDC-TM10 are the world’s lightest HD camcorders at 0.5 lbs; they can record 1920×1080 videos with 16x optical zoom.
New Balance’s MTG580 Gradient Pack looks like a bad run-in with an airbrush, but the halftone transition is fantastic up close; each is made with waterproof Gore-Tex. Thanks, RO!
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