No, you haven’t stumbled into Ye Olde Armory: ThinkGeek is selling actual Chain Mail Coifs, perfect for enduring endless sieges meetings and storming the castle water cooler.
Braithwaite injects panache into what is usually banal; from the Moleskin-enabled Vagabond to the Art Deco-styled Raptured, each of their wallets is as unique as their owner.
Vector Effect is a retro-style shooter not unlike other games we’ve featured, save for one factor: it’s actually kind of hard, with slow health regeneration and hordes of enemies.
Smartly designed and portable, the MiLi Pro turns your iPhone or iPod into a projector; it’s capable of 640×480 video or images up to 70″ away, it’ll also accept VGA and RCA inputs.
Created by Guangzhou student Johann Pu, Water Brain is a gorgeous 15 minute short film remarkable not only for its surprisingly moving story, but for its Chinese take on steampunk.
Named for the botanicals it steeps in for 24 hours, Beefeater 24 uniquely adds in sencha and green teas; best served with plenty of ice, it’s a 90 proof drink with strong juniper flavor.
Most of you have likely seen this fantastic photo of Russia’s Sarychev volcano taken by the space station, but even better is this sequence of 29 photos stitched together into an animation.
We love Brando for their “Why not?” products, and this USB Fan/Flashlight is no exception; battery operated with 8 LEDs in the middle, it’s kind of like a blinding whirligig of death.
Essentially an inverted case with its hardware laid bare, Pius Giger’s Edelweiss is a work of art; it’s a tasteful blend of architectural details, amber lighting and liquid cooling.
Shelby has unloaded six new models, lead by the 2010 GT500 Super Snake: you’ll get 725 courtesy of a supercharger, a cold air intake system, cat-back exhaust and carbon fiber bits.
Potato cannons are a favorite project for weekend warriors, but this Potato Gatling Gun brings serious spud pwnage: for $200, it packs six barrels and can launch tubers up to 400 feet.
Part analog watch, part direction finder, Wenger’s stainless steel Nomad LED Compass features a red LED digital readout that can switch between day, date, time and compass.
Starring Ethan Hawke and Willem Dafoe, Daybreakers flips the vampire mythos on its head: it’s 2019, most of the world drinks blood, and real humans are an endangered species.
This Musical Elitism Venn Diagram t-shirt describes the difficult life of a music snob: pop culture is the kiss of death, forcing these picky grazers to move to newer, hipper locales.
Packed with quick-draw pockets for your tong, spatula and even a brewskie, the Grillslinger Sport is a belt for BBQ cowboys that conveniently puts all your tools at waist level.
Microsoft’s Bing “decision” engine has done fairly well, but Googling with Bing puts into perspective a certain 800 pound gorilla in Silicon Valley that is synonymous with search.
Two of racing’s most famous icons go head to head: yesteryear’s King of Cool, Steve McQueen, races modern-day F1 champ Lewis Hamilton courtesy of Tag Heuer’s Monaco LS.
Poor, poor, Ringo: any fan of The Beatles knows that he was the odd man out; College Humor puts the fourth Fab Four’s plight into focus with Ringo Wants To Sing More.
An answer to the Dash 3G and Snap, Verizon Wireless’ HTC Ozone smartphone has similar features–WinMo 6.1, 3G, Wi-Fi and full QWERTY–but its best feature is the price: $50.
Supra’s NS dressed in Trinity Bronze hits the holy trinity of colorways: bronze perfed leather, white contrast midsole and a red rubber sole, all of it topped with a single buckle strap.
LEGO’s Robo Attack is a brilliant sci-fi/adventure movie mashup: a giant piloted robot which can split in two, flame-thrower arms, hapless civilians and a harpoon-equipped bike.
Adding even more charred mammal flesh to those summer picnics, this Meatball Grill Basket satisfies a need we didn’t know we had, but now do–the drool on our keyboard says it all.
Good for up to 16 feet underwater, Pentax’s 1″ thick Optio W80 is no one-trick pony: it squeezes in a 12.1″ MP sensor, 28mm wide-angle lens, 5x optical zoom and 720p video.
Luxury watchmaker Hublot teams up with the Swiss cyclers at BMC for the All Black Bike; speed is in its DNA, with a carbon fiber/aluminum frame and ceramic-infused pedal bearings.
It isn’t the first time we’ve seen clay used for gory ends (thank you, Robot Chicken), but the Claymation version of Resident Evil does a great job retelling the story in less than 3 minutes.
A good, strong length of rope comes in handy for emergency situations, so these Survival Bracelets are no mere fashion accessories: you’ll get up to 26′ of 550 lb mil-spec paracord.
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