SuperImpulse makes tiny versions of classic toys, from Stretch Armstrong to the Etch-a-Sketch. But one of our childhood favorites was the precursor to pixel art – the Lite-Brite. This mini version measures just 3″ wide x 2.75″ high, and includes 150 tiny pegs to lose.
Big Trouble in Little China’s hero gets an detailed sixth-scale (12″) figure from Sideshow Collectibles. It features a great head sculpt of a young Kurt Russell, his denim jacket, sleeveless tee, leather boots, miniature weapons, and even Lo Pan’s Guardian. Limited to 1500 pieces.
A clever power tool which lets you rapidly switch between drilling pilot holes and driving screws thanks to its unique double head. Mix and match any two bits that fit a 1/4″ chuck. Has variable-speed motor and 20V battery for plenty of power, and a built-in LED light.
Using moisture-free, 8-layer thermal protection, ClimateCase is the solution to ensure phone always stays at a safe temperature, regardless of where you travel. You can even charge, connect Bluetooth devices, and listen to your phone while it’s tucked inside.
It might look a bit like the Starship Enterprise, but what you’re actually looking at here is a rubber band machine gun that uses a pan-type magazine. While builder parabellum1262 hasn’t provided plans for building one, he does have tutorials for many other cool rubber band guns.
Neill Blomkamp (District 9, Chappie) presents a dramatic live-action promotional clip for the upcoming game Anthem. It’s way more sizzle than steak, but man it’s some good sizzle. The game drops 2/22/19, so we won’t have to wait long to figure out how it plays into the story.
Petotee presents the perfect t-shirt for fans of Blade Runner. The design is inspired by the covers of those Haynes service and repair manuals, just in case you need to fix up your police spinner. Also available on mugs, bags, sweatshirts, phone cases, and more.
(PG-13) Tim Miller and David Fincher are the minds behind this twisted series of decidedly adult animated stories. Expect a wild ride with robots run amok, monsters made from garbage, hellish demons, and werewolf soldiers, among other oddities. Hits Netflix on 3/15/19.
A tour of the production line at Mr. Mallo’s Van Damme marshmallow factory in Belgium, where an army of robotic machines extrude and squirt out tubes of sugar, gelatin, glucose syrup, dextrose, and other ingredients come together to form bite-sized sweet treats.
VirtualArmory introduces us to one of the more unusual medieval weapons. It starts out as a sort of walking stick, but flips open to reveal a set of deadly blades. It might not have been the most practical design, but it’s sure an awesome bit of 13th century engineering.
Dr. Richard L. Behrendt loves to build things using K’Nex construction toys. Check out his collection of eight amusement park rides, including roller coasters, a ferris wheel, swing ride, carousel, and other thrilling miniature attractions. The park also lights up at night.
Hot Toys has revealed its sixth-scale action figure of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel from the hero’s upcoming movie. The action figure is about 11.4″ tall and comes with an unmasked head, a light up masked head, two mohawks, seven hands and a cat figure.
A pocket knife must first and foremost do its job of being a reliable and useful cutting tool. But we appreciate when knifemakers go the extra mile to make them stylish and handsome too. Here, Everyday Carry shares their picks for 10 great looking knives for proper gentlemen.
Get the durability, water-, and dust-resistance of Pelican’s renowned cases in a pocket sized case. This crushproof wallet features dual mesh pockets inside and is perfect for carrying cards, cash, and keys during boating or other outdoor activities. Measures 5.75″ x 3.5″ x 0.5″.
Gocycle’s GX electric bicycle can be folded in just 10s, thanks to its frame design and side-mounted wheels. Its cables are also routed through the frame. It has a removable battery that lasts up to 40mi per charge. Its 500W motor lets it go up to 20mph. Drops 4/2019.
You might think your bathroom would be the place in your house with the most germs and bacteria, but you’d be wrong. Science Insider explores some far more populous places to be when it comes to microscopic organisms – and how one of them is inescapable.
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