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CT x Alive Athletics Watch

CT x Alive Athletics Watch
~$411  Buy Hat Tip View

New York’s Complete Technique joins with Japan’s Alive Athletics on the WT001-BH, a military-style watch with gunmetal stainless steel and AK-47 engraving; limited to 75 pieces.

3 Stars
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Short Film: StopMo

Short Film: StopMo

It’s technically about a future archaeologist who discovers the remains of Hollywood, but StopMo is in reality an homage to movie special effects artists wrapped in a sci-fi story.

5 Stars
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Star Wars Flash Drives

Star Wars Flash Drives
$25  Buy Hat Tip View

There’s nothing like a headless stormtrooper to guard your data: these 2GB Star Wars Flash Drives are coming 10/09, with super-deformed versions of Boba, Darth, Yoda and gang.

6 Stars
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Trailer: The Punisher

Trailer: The Punisher

With ridiculous amounts of gore and other acts of wanton violence, The Punisher: No Mercy is neither novel nor profound; still, it’ll only cost $10 when it debuts on PSN July 2.

1 Stars
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Piano Belt

Piano Belt
$28  Buy View

The Piano Belt won’t turn you into an ivory-plunking virtuoso, but the distressed leather style and all-over painted keys shows fellow jive monkeys that you’re hip without being flashy.

11 Stars
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T-600: Rubber Skin

T-600: Rubber Skin

Seen multiple times in Terminator: Salvation, Hot Toys ups the ante with a heavily detailed Rubber Skin version of the T-600, preorders begin 7/2 at Sideshow. Thanks, RO!

1 Stars
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Twitter Pulse Box

Twitter Pulse Box

We’ve seen Twitter hooked up to plants and to your electrical wiring, but this Twitter Pulse Box takes the cake for sheer morbidity: it measures your heartbeat–or the lack thereof.

2 Stars
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Photochop: Sci Fi Theater

Photochop: Sci Fi Theater

Worth1000.com is at it again, this time remixing sci-fi characters with other well-known Hollywood flicks; predictably, it’s packed with plenty of Star Wars and Terminator references.

3 Stars
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Tumi Montague Duffel

Tumi Montague Duffel
$795  Buy View

Part of Tumi’s all-black Townhouse collection, the Montague Duffel may be carry-on size but sports a secondary gadget compartment, ticket pocket, and extended luggage handles.

6 Stars
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RIP, Billy

RIP, Billy

After losing the King of Pop, we were sad to hear we also lost the King of Infomercials, Billy Mays. Above is a TF2 tribute that shows why Billy blows ShamWow out of the water, any day.

44 Stars
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Horn Steak Set

Horn Steak Set
$1,400  Buy View

Only for men who hunt, kill and cook their own meals, this Horn Steak Set isn’t for the squeamish: it’s a set of six forged stainless steel knives and forks with natural deer horn handles.

3 Stars
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DIY: LOLrioKART

DIY: LOLrioKART

Shopping cart theft is bad, but LOLrioKART is too full of win: made by MIT students, it’s powered by aircraft NiCd batteries, a 15hp motor, features regenerative braking and goes 45mph.

16 Stars
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Lunchtime T-shirt

Lunchtime T-shirt
$10  Buy View

Most kids have PB&J, but Mario and Luigi’s Lunchtime is a recipe for roid rage with muscle-building shrooms, flowers that make you breathe fire and rampage-inducing stars.

2 Stars
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Star Trek: Confusion

Star Trek: Confusion

Because there’s no quicker way to get relieved of duty on the Enterprise bridge than to get your sci-fi franchises mixed up: Star Wars: Confusion gets lost in a galaxy far, far away.

17 Stars
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SD1 Flint Lighters

SD1 Flint Lighters
$95-$130  Buy View

First made in 1976, Japanese lighter manufacturer Sarome’s SD1 is their oldest model in production; each is assembled by hand with a solid brass case and traditional flint design.

17 Stars
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Video: Stig Scam

Video: Stig Scam

Playing off the UK’s mania for Top Gear, Australian TV show hosts see how far they can get impersonating the Stig and borrowing other people’s cars; the answer: oui, oui, monsieur.

8 Stars
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Chain Mail Coif

Chain Mail Coif
$34-$60  Buy View

No, you haven’t stumbled into Ye Olde Armory: ThinkGeek is selling actual Chain Mail Coifs, perfect for enduring endless sieges meetings and storming the castle water cooler.

11 Stars
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Braithwaite Wallets

Braithwaite Wallets
$97-$133  Buy Hat Tip View

Braithwaite injects panache into what is usually banal; from the Moleskin-enabled Vagabond to the Art Deco-styled Raptured, each of their wallets is as unique as their owner.

7 Stars
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Free: Vector Effect

Free: Vector Effect

Vector Effect is a retro-style shooter not unlike other games we’ve featured, save for one factor: it’s actually kind of hard, with slow health regeneration and hordes of enemies.

2 Stars
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MiLi Pro Projector

MiLi Pro Projector

Smartly designed and portable, the MiLi Pro turns your iPhone or iPod into a projector; it’s capable of 640×480 video or images up to 70″ away, it’ll also accept VGA and RCA inputs.

10 Stars
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Short Film: Water Brain

Short Film: Water Brain

Created by Guangzhou student Johann Pu, Water Brain is a gorgeous 15 minute short film remarkable not only for its surprisingly moving story, but for its Chinese take on steampunk.

9 Stars
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