Professional camera maker Hasselblad updates its 50 megapixel, medium-format X1D mirrorless digital with a larger 3.6″ touch screen, a faster live view, a 3.69-million dot OLED viewfinder, quicker startups, and a speedier user interface. While by no means cheap, it’s substantially less expensive than its predecessor.
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Off-road experts Legacy Overland started with a German Army 1990 Mercedes-Benz G250D, restoring it with a full mechanical rebuild, and modernizing it with Bilstein shocks, a military-style snorkel, LED lighting, a custom leather interior, air conditioning, and more. The custom Boxwood Green paint brings it all together.
This cocktail style arcade system is ideal for two-player gaming in both horizontal and vertical orientations. It’s got a 26″ flat screen display, a tempered glass top, and slide-out controller drawers on three sides. Comes loaded with 1162 ’80s and ’90s arcade games, and a pair of swivel stools. Measures 37″l x 28″w x 28″h.
Measuring in at just 4″ in diameter, Royal Selangor’s pewter Death Star is roughly a 1:1,600,000 scale replica the Empire’s deadly space station. But rather than exploding when you hit its exhaust port, this one splits in two so you can store small trinkets inside. A very special collectible for serious Star Wars fans.
This very special edition G-SHOCK watch features a black IP finish that’s been laser-etched top reveal a grid pattern straight out of TRON. The square-faced, solar-powered watch features multiband atomic timekeeping, world time, stopwatch, countdown, alarm, and calendar functions, along with Bluetooth connectivity.
LEGO and Lamborghini present an incredible Technic model based on the exclusive Sián FKP 37. The 1:8-scale kit measures over 23″ long, and challenges builders with 3,696 pieces. It has a replica V12 engine and 8-speed sequential gearbox, along with working suspension, pop-up rear spoiler, and scissor doors.
Porsche’s famed retractable-roof model now gets the sleek new front and rear seen in the latest 911 coupes. The Targa 4 gets a 380 hp 3.0-liter flat-6 that zooms to 60 mph in 4.0s, while the Targa 4S gets 444 hp and a 0-to-60 time of just 3.4s. Every car packs Porsche’s excellent AWD system, and the 4S can be equipped with a 7-speed manual.
Xeric’s limited edition watch is inspired by analog automotive gauges. It features twin time zone displays that can be viewed from its side while your hand is on the wheel, and a half-moon Soloscope display. It’s powered by a premium Miyota 9130 automatic movement, and its power reserve is modeled after a car’s fuel gauge.
Discommon’s bottle opener is the most expensive opener we’ve featured, but it’s a beautiful work of art for the everyday carry aficionado. Thanks to precision machining, they were able to perforate its grade 5 titanium body, then hand-stitched leather in place for an elegant grip. Choose from orange/satin or navy/shiny finishes.
Give your backside the pampering it deserves and upgrade your personal hygiene with this Bio Bidet’s Bliss BB-2000 luxury bidet toilet seat. It features a 3-in-1 nozzle for optimal cleaning of all your private bits, a bubble-infused massage, a water heating system for no cold surprises, a warm air dryer, and a night light built in.
Sonos’ soundbar kicks out immersive home theater audio, with an ultra-wide soundstage and Dolby Atmos support. Its Trueplay tech optimizes it to the acoustics of your room, and it’s got AirPlay 2, Alexa, and Google Assistant built in. Pair it with a Sonos Sub for more boom, and two One SL satellites for even deeper surround.
This super-deluxe housing for your Apple Watch features an mechanically-textured titanium case with one of four finishes: Raw Titanium, Black PVD, Gold PVD, or Aurora – a hand-torched design that shimmers with color as the light catches it. Each comes with a durable FKM rubber strap. Fits the 44mm Apple Watch Series 5.
SIVGA’s headphones offer exceptional sound and style for less than a hundred bucks. Their open back design produces a wide soundstage, and and they have real wood shells, detachable audio cables, a padded leather headband, and swivel earcups which can rotate up to 180º for single-ear monitoring.
Marques Brownlee of MKBHD shows off Origin’s crazy high-end gaming PC. It’s built into the frunk of a kid-size Tesla Model S, and packs an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X CPU with 12 cores, a Hydro X liquid cooling system, iCUE RGB lighting, 6TB of SSD storage, 32GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080Ti GPU. And yes, it still drives.
Upgrade your home office with one of Grovemade’s premium desk pads. They’re made from vegetable-tanned leather, cushioned with natural cork. They come in keyboard/mousepad, full computer, and dual monitor sizes in both brown and black. They also make less expensive versions in merino wool and linoleum.
This high end laptop from ASUS’ gaming brand packs two displays, a 15″ main screen in either HD or 4K, and a 14.1″ ultrawide touchscreen that pops up above its keyboard for displaying game stats, windows, stock tickers, and more. It’s got plenty of ports, a GeForce RTX 2080 Super GPU, and up to a Core i9-10980HK CPU.
A powerful and durable portable Bluetooth speaker, the DemerBox may be your best bet. Its electronics are installed inside a waterproof Pelican case, so it’s tough as nails, cranks out powerful bass, and doubles as a carrying case for small items. It lasts up to 40 hours per charge and has a USB charging port inside.
Twelve South presents an elegant wallet style case for your iPhone. The slimline case is made with premium leather that protects both the back and front of the phone, and supports automatic wake/sleep for iPhone X/XS/11 Pro. It’s got two card slots inside, doubles as a display stand, and is compatible with Qi chargers.
When it comes to headphones, planar magnetic drivers offer some of the best sound you can get. Linsoul’s cans not only pack these drivers, but are wrapped up in real wood enclosures, with memory foam ear cushions, and a stainless steel expansion bracket for a luxurious look. Deal available from Drop through 4/8/20.
This rugged electric skateboard is built for all-terrain riding. It features 4-wheel independent suspension and an impressive 6.1″ ground clearance to take you over the roughest surfaces. It comes in 2WD or 4WD configs, with 2000W or 4000W of power, respectively. Top speed for both boards is 27 mph.
This extravagant electric motorcycle features a dramatic body made with real wood, wrapped around an exoskeleton chassis. At its core is a battery pack capable of 186 miles of range, and a high-torque motor that can achieve a top speed of 136 mph. The company is taking €2,000 pre-order deposits the €60,000 bike.
The DWISS RW1 has an unusual “wandering hour” mechanism which displays the current hour on a pair of odd/even spinning wheels, while its connecting bar points to the minutes on its outer edge. It features a real Swiss movement, a domed sapphire crystal, and bright Super-LumiNova markers for nighttime reading.
Tuning house Brabus amps up the rugged Mercedes G 63 AMG, bestowing its engine with 789 hp and 737 lb-ft. of torque, upping its ground clearance to 19″, stretching its wheelbase by 20″, upgrading its axles, adding a winch, and much more. It even comes with a drone that stows in its bed to capture aerial footage of your adventures.
The little brother to Bruder’s versatile and capable EXP-6, this smaller model is still rugged as hell, ready to take on the most intense off-road conditions. Its suspension offers insane amounts of wheel travel, and its chassis is airtight and sealed to keep debris and water from getting into it.
Porsche’s understated supercar doesn’t look that different, but she’s got it where it counts. It’s wider, has staggered wheels, 10-piston carbon ceramic brakes, enhanced aero, and can go 0-to-62 in 2.7 sec, thanks to its massively-upgraded 641 bhp, 3.8L twin-turbo flat-6. With AWD and rear-wheel steering it’s precise too.
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