The Apocalypse Survival Series are short-range bladed weapons that have appeared on the TV series Walking Dead. Meanwhile you can practice using them on the growing weeds on your lawn.
Awesome Gifts: 2011
Offers 2x faster image processing, captures wide angles up to 170-degrees in 720p or full 1080p HD. Shoots 120fps slow-mo 800×480 footage, 11mp stills and time-lapse. Wi-Fi option, too.
Here’s Naughty Dog’s official launch trailer for the gorgeous and thrilling Drake’s Deception, revealing key plot points and mysteries that set Nathan’s latest epic adventure in motion.
This dude looks like a model from a 1980s Sears catalog, but we still think the wall-mounted vertical chess set is pretty cool. Making your opponent stand on his head to play would be even better.
The Top Gear edition of the TomTom Go Live features the voice of one of the most famous auto enthusiasts… in the world: Jeremy Clarkson. Also has real-time traffic and weather updates.
Designed by Angela Jansen, Light-Light floating lamps make use of electromagnetic components to make its top levitate. Its LEDs can be dimmed or turned off while keeping the floating effect on.
We love the bold typography and nonsensical sayings that Noa Bembibre’s calendar has to offer. Sold in an edition of 700, it’s printed in four colors on and finished with black ribbon binding,
Stillhouse’s Original Moonshine 80 proof corn whiskey is charcoal-filtered and distilled 4 times in a Prohibition-era copper pot still, the same process they used in the good old days. Tastes great, too.
You’re sipping on your morning cup of Maxwell House… as you ease into the day, you near the bottom of your cup… about ready for a refill… when TINY SHARK! SWIM! PADDLE FASTER! RUN!
From the maker of Buckyballs comes Buckycubes, a cubic version of the popular magnetic toy. Each pack has 125 rare earth magnets that are easier to manipulate, thanks to their stable shape.
Perfect for tracking the next person on your hit list, this plastic skull model has been covered with enamel chalkboard paint for these and other random evil thoughts. Totally beats sticky notes.
No, you can’t use this thing to stop spammers from filling your Gmail box, but you can slice your snail mail open in seconds with this opener based on a vintage 1918 “knuckle-duster” trench knife.