It can’t beat Project Icarus’ $150 budget, but BEAR (Balloon Experiments with Amateur Radio) brings back something much cooler (albeit dizzying): actual HD video from space.
Part OMG and part WTFBBQ, Dead Rising 2’s This Is Reality XVII trailer would make Randy Savage proud: it mashes up WWE, zombie slaying, deer antlers and hamster balls.
We often hear grandiose durability claims for watches, but Swiss Military puts its money where its dial is: the 20000FEET watch gets drowned and dynamited yet keeps on tickin’.
Lacoste’s slim-fitting Montaine WE boots have a low-key sophistication that we crave; a slightly embossed heel detail and neutral two-tone colorways cut a sleek but subtle profile.
A favorite with zombies, slackers and cricket players, Shaun of the Dead goes Blu-ray; it includes deleted scenes, fictional TV footage, outtakes and Zomb-o-Meter, a pop-up trivia track.
An upgraded version of the framelock folding knives used by the Marines, Warren Thomas’ Strider SMF sports hi-tech materials including carbon fiber and satin-finished titanium.
Robert Graham’s Belts may be heavy with ornamentation, but don’t call them frilly; his Simmons Belt has us especially hooked with a silvertone dragon buckle and red topstitching.
It looks straight out of The Matrix, but Brian Novello’s Flood Harnessing Housing is benign: these modular and deployable communities harness waterway currents for energy.
Its large schnoz will inhale a Smart car, but Ford’s 2011 Super Duty means business: it’s an F-450/F-350 hybrid truck with a 33,000 lb. weight rating and a turbo 6.7L V8 diesel.
Hard Graft’s U MacBook Sleeve is a sleeve and then some: besides a wool felt shell (from 13″-17″), it features a large leather pocket with space for a cellphone and a small notebook.
This TGS 09 trailer for God of War III might as well be called Kratos’ Best Hits: filled with so much brutality that we winced in pain, it puts anyone with an Olympus address on notice.
It’s a modest update, but fans of Razer’s venerable DeathAdder gaming mouse should be pleased: it packs a 3500dpi 3.5G IR sensor w/ 1ms response time and tangle-free braided cable.
Armed with seven different screwdrivers and an indestructible LED light, the Sputnik looks more like a sci-fi superweapon than a multitool; it actually measures just 5″ long when folded.
This TGS 09 trailer for Final Fantasy XIV starts off pretty somber, right up until 1:40 when Armageddon hits for 20 glorious seconds; we hope some of this is actual gameplay.
Other than a gold housing, Monster’s Turbine PRO in-ear headphones improve on the original Turbines with improved clarity, bass and treble, along with new Super Tip ear tips.
Above: 36 Freeborders (think skateboarding with a third wheel) turn San Francisco’s hilly streets into a real-life video game thanks to fancy footwork and neon lights. Thanks, Jessica!
It’s every young (and young-at-heart) boy’s dream: this My Own Personal Robot t-shirt will have to do until we get our own angry, motor-oil dripping machine of metallic death.
This LEGO Temple of Doom shows archaeology’s hidden perks: Wild mine cart chase? Check. Deadly traps and flames? Check. Indiana Jones pissing off a temple priest? Run!
Coming in at $9,995, Ducati’s Hypermotard 796 is a wallet-friendly version of its 1100; you’ll get an 81 hp/55 lb.-ft. torque engine, low 32.5″ seat height and a dry weight of 368 lb.
Created “with conviction” by Tampa, FL inmates, Jailhouse Fire’s Hot Sauce supports inmate programs while delivering a fiery kick; choose from Original, Smoke and No Escape flavors.
With a calf leather upper, dual density footbed and memory foam, FootJoy’s Icon golf shoes are not just technically sound but also come in a collection of 5 swanky patterns and 19 styles.
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