The tonal colorways seem simple, but KR3W’s Phantom Watches sport a movable top ring, tonal gloss markings, hands with lum, and stainless steel butterfly clasp–not bad for $50.
It not only looks like Aliens’ exoskeleton, but the Power Loader suit works like one too: known as a dual-arm power amplification robot, it’s able to lift 220 lbs with ease. Thanks, Sonic!
Weighing just 3 1/4 lbs, this Backpack Telescope is ideal for long hikes in search of perfect stargazing spots: it includes a padded nylon pack, 70mm refractor, and 19′ tripod.
Lose/Lose may look like an old-school shooter, but it has very real consequences: each alien ship is a real file on your computer which is deleted if you destroy it. Thanks, Chris!
Snaps and strings are the name of the game with the Logan Hooded Button-Up; it sports a draw-string hood, metal snap buttons, tab sleeves, military-style epaulets and front flap pockets.
Available 10/6/09, Verizon’s HTC Imagio is their first Win Mo 6.5 phone; it boasts a 3.6″ resistive touchscreen, 5 MP camera w/autofocus, EV-DO Rev. A w/ global roaming, and Wi-Fi.
Now available: Superman/Batman: Public Enemies is a buddy cop film with our two favorite caped crusaders battling seemingly insurmountable odds: Lex Luthor is the US president.
If you found the E1’s piranha-like visage too jarring, E-Wolf’s E2 features lines inspired by Lambo and Ferrari; it packs an electric motor that pumps out 536 hp and 738 lb.-ft. of torque.
An advertisement for Portuguese juice company Do Bem, this Wafer Keyboard music video is perhaps a little too sweet: put one in front of us and we guarantee we’ll gobble up the keys.
Let’s cut to the chase with the Heritage Grip Bag: rope is dope again with antique silver metal hardware and a distressed Puma logo giving this rugged PU bag a slick vintage flavor.
The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind is a book about Malawian William Kamkwamba: as a teen, he brought electricity to his home by building a windmill from little more than junk parts.
Facebook, Tumblr and other social networks not only help us keep up with friends but pile on the weight; the New Media Workout Plan will keep you fit while friending and following.
It’s a pity it’ll only be released in Sweden, because this full trailer for Metropia has us looking over our shoulders in a good way: the animated film is a paranoiac’s worst nightmare.
It looks like a futuristic powercell, but MightyLite Mini is actually a portable flashlight that doubles as a lantern; it runs on one AA battery, weighs 2.5 oz and outputs 26 lumens.
Inspired by 60s-era Alpine mountaineers but with a city twist, Tretorn’s Cykel Leather Boots feature alternating metal eyelets, a majolica blue lining and leather with mesh detail upper.
There are more things in heaven and earth, especially when hidden inside Shakespeare’s bust: it hides a 12V DC motor that opens a secret entrance made to look like a bookcase.
Craig Jones turns fridges into hot rods that serve ice-cold brewskies: his Craigerators come in multiple varieties, but our favorite sports an iPod dock with built-in beer tap.
Sure to whip virtual voyeurs into a frenzy, Georgia Tech is taking Google Earth real-time; they’ve incorporated real-world imagery including traffic, football games and even clouds.
Assuming power is provided by the Dark Side, this May The Mass x Acceleration t-shirt will fly over the heads of weak minds with the horizontal velocity of a fully operational battle station.
The initial teaser was too short to feature, but this storyline trailer for Front Mission Evolved fleshes out the plot with new cinematics and gives us a sneak peek at gameplay.
The Holy Grail probably won’t bring eternal life to your paperclips, but pen and pencil robbers will think twice before pillaging your stash of Indiana Jones desktop accessories.
Trailer #2 for Fantastic Mr. Fox rocks; its improves on the quirky humor seen in Trailer #1, but most importantly we get to hear Bill Murray and George Clooney get into a growling match.
Available for preorder 9/30: handmade in Austria, Hard Graft’s new Headwear line features four pieces that use premium materials while providing a modern twist on classic forms.
Created by Platform21, the Breakfast Machine Project is a Rube Goldbergian series of contraptions that turn mornings into an automatic affair: it makes omelets, coffee, and toast w/jam.
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