Oakley’s Tool Pocket 2.0 sports a 70 oz. hydration system and anti-microbial protection; the top-loading mid-sized backpack weighs in with 250 cubic inches of space.
Buying Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is a foregone conclusion for hardcore Snake fans, but this lengthy trailer should seal the deal: it’s nearly 9 minutes of gameplay.
Simple and bold, Steel Blaze’s 45 mm watches look classy without breaking the bank with four alrge cardinal numerals and your choice of 1, 3 or 5 rivet straps.
Nokia’s 5800 Navigation Edition is an Xpress Music with a lifetime navigation subscription; it also features a 3.2″ touchscreen, stereo speakers and 3.2 MP camera.
Designed by Aleksander Polutnik, the Enicycle is a unicycle with gyroscopic stabilization–in other words, even novices can learn how to ride in under 5 minutes.
Stat Key’s Designer Keys are an elegant solution to a age-old problem: they let you distinguish one Kwikset key from the next with easily recognizable shapes.
Set to Blue Man Group music, 100 Years of Visual FX is an entertaining look into the history of movie special effects, from the Wizard of Oz and King Kong to Jurassic Park and Tron.
Part keyboard, part mouse, Razer’s Naga is designed for MMO games including WoW and Warhammer; it features 17 programmable keys, a 5600 dpi laser sensor and 1ms response time.
This Venomous Fitted t-shirt is abstract enough to leave its meaning open to interpretation, but what’s clear is the awesome artwork: the arachnoid controller is flat-out sick.
Porsche improves its bred-for-the-track 911 GT3 RS on all fronts for 2010 with a larger 3.8L flat six (+15 hp to 450 hp), improved handling via a PASM suspension, and wider body.
Filled with rockin’ music set to equally rockin’ visuals, this Brutal Warrior trailer for Brutal Legend has us totally sold on the game; bonus points for the metal spider and Ozzy cameo.
Chrome Bags’ new Red Sole shoes are a rider’s dream: each is made with 1000 denier Cordura and includes a reflective heel strip, grippy outsoles and gusseted tongues.
While Made of Myth focused on decay, Patrick Runte’s Jump and Run brings video games to life with actors in familiar costumes reenacting Space Invaders, Pac Man and more.
Canon’s Powershot G11 addresses the high noise issues of the G10, albeit with a 10 MP sensor (down from 14 MP); it also adds a tilt/swivel LCD, HDMI out and RAW shooting.
Staffed with Shaun of the Dead lookalike bartenders, Donny Dirk’s Zombie Den is a decidedly undead unfriendly bar: it’s got a chainsaw in the corner for those special outbreaks.
The boombox gets a new lease on life with these Retro iPod Speakers; good with everything from the Mini to the iPhone 3GS, they’re powered by your iPod and produce stereo sound.
Dr. Nefarious is up to his old tricks in this Destiny trailer for Ratchet & Clank: A Crack In Time; a little robot who could, the last lombax and time travel = “destined” for success. Thanks, Calvin!
Booq’s Boa Nerve is their take on the classic courier/messenger bag, with ballistic nylon shell, seatbelt shoulder straps, rubberized bottom, zipped compartments and 17″ laptop sleeve.
Other than hoisting young cows, weightlifting doesn’t get much more old school than kettlebells; Weider’s Powerbells is a modern take with adjustable weights that range from 5-40 lbs.
Swiss furniture company Laisr’s line of race car chairs are stationary yet speedy: these carbon fiber seats are inspired by classic race cars including the legendary Porsche 917.
So realistic it’d fool a Vulcan, the Tricorder PMP-09 is a working audio and video player with 2.8″ TFT screen, 12 LCARS interfaces and six skins including Borg and Medical tricorders.
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