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Cinquecento Grigio

Cinquecento Grigio

Skagen’s Cinquecento Grigio is the Macbook Air of watches, measuring just 9mm thin; it also features a minimalist 40mm titanium case with carbon fiber dial and chain mail bracelet.

Brinell Purestorage Drives

Brinell Purestorage Drives

Available in 160GB and 500GB flavors, Brinell puts the bling in portable hard drives with their Purestorage line; each sports a chrome frame with wood, leather, steel, and carbon accents.

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TX 830 Chronograph

TX 830 Chronograph

Time flies in the face of tradition with the TX 830 Linear Duo Chronograph, which sports a vertical line for measuring minutes; too much to handle? It still features an old-school circular face.

NR Edizione 747

NR Edizione 747

Ferrari’s 430 Scuderia goes into overdrive with Novitec Rosso’s Edizione 747; a supercharged 4.3L V8 pumps out 747 ponies (from 510 hp), hits 0-62 in 3.4s and tops out at 218 mph.

Vael Project Fall 2009

Vael Project Fall 2009

Vael Project’s Fall 2009 line harkens back to old-school shoes with hand-sewn, welted and oiled full-grain leather, albeit with modern silhouettes, EVA sockliners and American-Hide laces.

Livestrong Indoor Cycle

Livestrong Indoor Cycle

Endorsed by Lance Armstrong, the LS9.9IC Indoor Cycle may be purely stationary but features like a Kevlar drive belt, cantilevered brakes, and an air fit saddle make it almost road-ready.

Industrial North Watches

Industrial North Watches

Made by two car designers, Industrial North’s watches are engineer-friendly; laser cut faces reveal Fibonacci and Geodesic patterns, while cases are CNC machined and spark eroded.

2011/2012 Lexus LFA

2011/2012 Lexus LFA

Lexus’ long-awaited LFA supercar is now official: limited to 500 cars, it sports a 4.8 L V10 with 553 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque, 0-62 of 3.7s, 201.94 mph top speed and 65% CF body.

Mamiya DM22 DSLR

Mamiya DM22 DSLR

Mamiya’s DM22 is an entry level camera, though only affordable for professionals; it features a 22 MP 44x36mm sensor, Leaf Aptus II-5 back, 80mm f/2.8 lens, and ISO range of 25-400.

BeoCom5 Cordless Phone

BeoCom5 Cordless Phone

House phones are fading fast, but Bang & Olufsen’s BeoCom 5 scores style points while staying relevant; it’s a dual-landline cordless phone with VoIP, 2″ LCD and magnetic dock.

Canon EOS-1D Mk IV

Canon EOS-1D Mk IV

Canon’s 16.1MP EOS-1D Mark IV boasts 102,400 ISO, but its strong suit is fast action, low-light shots with 10fps burst, two Digic 4s, 45-pt AF, and 1080p recording (sweet video here).

Scubacraft

Scubacraft

In addition to his Project X watch, Daniel Craig may want a Scubacraft for his next Bond movie: it’s both a 50 mph speedboat and a submarine, able to dive up to 100 feet underwater.

Analog Glasgow Jacket

Analog Glasgow Jacket

Analog’s Glasgow Jacket looks urban, but it’ll serve you well on the slopes; it sports a 10,000mm waterproof poly twill shell, hand warmer pockets, MP3 sound port and adjustable hood.

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Lotus Exige Scura

Lotus Exige Scura

AKA the Stealth for its matt black paint and carbon fiber bits, Lotus’ Exige Scura is limited to 35 cars; it uses the Exige Cup’s supercharged 257hp 1.8L engine, good for a 0-60 of 4.1s.

Project X Watches

Project X Watches

Worn by Daniel Craig (aka Mr. 007), Project X creates both one-of-a-kind and limited runs of Rolexes; choose from 18 models and 19 options including Craig’s blacked-out DLC case above.

12″ Figure: Space Adam

12″ Figure: Space Adam

Winston Classic Creation’s 12″ Space Adam mixes Flash Gordon with Planet of the Apes; the attention to detail here is bananas, with a detailed space suit and 20 points of articulation.

Time Attack MF Watch

Time Attack MF Watch

Both analog and digital, Chopard’s Grand Prix de Monaco Historique Time Attack MF sports a racing wheel-inspired steel crown, a bezel tachometer and COSC certified movement.

Marc Lee Glory Knife

Marc Lee Glory Knife

Created to honor the first SEAL killed in the Iraq war, Benchmade’s Marc Lee Glory Knife features a Re-curve blade and grooved handle; a portion of proceeds goes here. Thanks, Max!

Black Belt Watch

Black Belt Watch

Swiss watchmakers and black belt holders and team up for the Black Belt Watch: it features Kanji characters, a kimono dial and Shinai sword hands; proceeds support Little Dreams.

AK 100: Akira Kurosawa

AK 100: Akira Kurosawa

While Akira Kurosawa’s later works are an acquired taste, there’s no denying how badass Rashomon and Seven Samurai were; AK 100 collects all 25 films of his career on 25 DVDs.

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SpidoLite All Black

SpidoLite All Black

Linde Werdelin’s successful skeletonized Spidolite is back, this time in swank all-black titanium DLC and rose gold cases with sapphire crystal case-backs; both are limited to 88 watches.

Aerotype Hi-Tech Jacket

Aerotype Hi-Tech Jacket

Aerotype’s Hi-Tech Jacket is Hi-Priced too, but you’ll stay alive and wired: it sports MP3 and phone sleeve controls and can store surplus heat that’ll be emitted if you’re under an avalanche.

Assassin’s Creed Gear

Assassin’s Creed Gear

Ezio may be raking in the dough this Fall, but Altair will be scoring candy on Halloween: this Assassin’s Creed gear is pricey but realistic, including the ultra-sweet extension knife.

Nooka ZAZ Watches

Nooka ZAZ Watches

Preorder now: set in a stainless steel case, Nooka’s Zaz watch features a funky translucent see-thru face that matches the wearer’s skin tone; choose from leather or silver mesh straps.

Benton 3-in-1 Poplin

Benton 3-in-1 Poplin

Timberland’s Benton 3-in-1 jacket gets a Poplin refresh; it’s otherwise still a three-fer with a waterproof outer (1) and fleece inner (2), both of which can be worn separately or together (3).

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