Make my day (a little brighter): the Flashlight Speed Holster is designed for torch quick draws with left/right-hand mounting, a triple battery compartment and three size adapters.
You’ll lose ‘em in thick brush, but Mad Catz’ Xbox 360 and PS3 Controllers put Modern Warfare 2 fans in the crosshairs with digital camo and dual back-mounted Combat buttons.
Inspired by author and naturalist John Muir, KZO’s Alpine Backpack is made for hikers and bicyclists; it’s a fully-lined wool and leather bag with waterproof zippers and silver metal clips.
Just about every major US carrier has their own HTC Touch Pro2, but Verizon hits the sweet spot 9/11/09 with a $200 price (after $100 MIR), a full $150 cheaper than Sprint or T-Mo.
It’s not quite official, but these shots of the 2010 Toyota 4Runner tell all: the profile is definitely more rugged and squared-off, but we’re smarting over the loss of the V8 for a 268 hp V6.
Alright, so the name could use some work unless you fancy a perm, but the PowerCurl is a potential godsend for MacBook owners; it’s a clip-on cord wrap for MagSafe Adapters.
The Hubble telescope is 19 years old, but you wouldn’t know it from this new set of photos snapped after recent upgrades; it sports a new Wide Field camera and spectrograph.
Diving with Jules Verne gets a bit easier with Blancpain’s 500 Fathoms watch; it sports a 48 mm titanium case, 1000 meter water resistant, and a helium decompression valve.
Lamborghini’s angular Reventon supercar goes topless with the Roadster: it sports carbon fiber body panels, a 650 hp 6.5L V12, a 0-60 of 3.4 seconds and is limited to 20 units.
Hot on the “heels” of the Beer Belt Bottle Opener, Reef’s Fanning Sandals let you take suds to the shoreline: it features a built-in bottle opener at the bottom of the sole. Thanks, Devand!
Available 4Q 2009, Motorola’s CLIQ runs a custom MOTOBLUR Android skin; it boasts a 3.1″ touchscreen, UMTS/HSPA 3G, Wi-Fi, and 5 MP camera with autofocus and video recording.
This Ping Pong Fighter SF 2 parody proves several things: 1) Sonic Booms and Yoga Fires are no match for Hadoukens and Shoryukens, and 2) never bring a paddle to a nunchuck fight.
It’s similar in appearance to the M8/M8.2 with a magnesium housing, but Leica’s M9 packs a full-frame 18 MP sensor, a more intuitive button layout, and a near silent shutter.
With plain white tees, Ivory Skies makes no pretenses about their originality: they use rare artwork from ancient cultures including the Egyptians, Christians and Greeks.
We’d think twice about drinking anything served by a ninja, but Shuriken Coasters are a perfect and not-so-subtle reminder to visitors of the deadly consequences of leaving water rings.
It’s a pity that Pontiac’s gone, because Holden’s Special Vehicles division has just revealed its drool-inducing E Series 2 line; at the top is the HSV GTS with a 435 hp LS3 V8.
Good luck resisting Nixon’s The Regent Watch; it slickly blends a pure, minimalist design and sophisticated details with a stainless steel case, sapphire crystal and croc leather strap.
This Developer Walkthrough trailer for Singularity has us waxing nostalgic for our flux capacitors; it focuses on time travel and the interesting and often twisted ways it affects gameplay.
Sony’s MDR-DS7100 wireless headphones mean business: they boast 7.1 channel sound, a 50 mm driver, 100 foot range via the 2.4 GHz band and 13 hours of battery life.
With a 3 mph top speed, Charley Wheelock’s Twin Barrels Burning is the slowest soap box racer ever; still, we love the design, which uses wine barrels and a ’57 Ford F100 drop axle.
Bloxygen is a can of compressed argon and a lifesaver for painters; a two-second blast before sealing a can sprays enough argon to effectively block oxygen from spoiling paint.
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