With anti-reflective sapphire crystal, a titanium case and galvanic black guilloche dial, Favre-Leuba’s Bathy V2 is the creme de la creme of diving watches; it’s water resistant down to 300m.
Sure, it’s a rip-off of Improv Everywhere’s pranks, but this Saatchi & Saatchi conceived ad for T-Mobile is top-notch stuff; it was filmed with 350 dancers in London’s Liverpool Street Station.
Want to keep your eco-proclivities on the down-low? This Solio Solar Power Charger features three fan-shaped panels that fold away; it’s good for charging your mp3 payer or phone.
Well known for apparel that shows up in Hollywood films, Belstaff’s slick heavyweight wax cotton Trialmaster Jacket is based on the same one worn by Will Smith in I Am Legend.
Alright, so it’s not really called the “trouser desk:” Wogg’s 48 Desk/Table only looks like it due to a goofy-looking elastic fabric base that stretches as you adjust the height of the table.
Most likely the fastest single-GPU available, NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 285 is about 10% faster than its GTX 280 brethren; it sports 240 stream processors and 1GB of GDDR3 memory.
It’s like every little boy’s dream: pilot a giant robot through a city and smash everything; Walkie Tonky is a quick and dirty freeware physics-based action game with retro-styled graphics.
Get your growl on with Puma’s insanely detailed Japanese Monster Pack, styled off of kaiju films from the 50s-70s with wild textures that recall Godzilla, Mothra, Ghidora and more.
If you were crazy enough to remember every word to Barenaked Ladies’ “One Week,” we’ve got a new one for you: CollegeHumor’s Streeter Seidell stars in the wacky parody above.
Panasonic’s RP-HJE900 in-ear headphones are the first to be made with Zirconia (ZrO2); the material boasts less resonance than plastic or aluminum for distortion-free sound reproduction.
Ignoring their obvious phallic properties, these Chubu Mechatrobots by Kazushi Kobayashi are from an alternate reality 1950s; they’re on display at the Tokyo Cultuart shop.
Nothing screams 80s geek chic like this NES Varsity Jacket, licensed by Nintendo and appliqued with a giant controller on the back and a smaller one on the front; it’s limited to 1,000.
There’s nothing sophisticated about Kevin James’ brand of physical slapstick comedy, but we couldn’t help cracking up over this trailer for Paul Blart: Mall Cop; it’s showing in theaters now.
At 10,000 lumens, Sanyo’s PLC-XF71 screams ultimate bachelor pad; however, with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 1024×768 resolution, it’s really a pro-level projector for presentations.
The moves in Ninja Gaiden generally defy physics, but this video with “Urban Ninja” Xin has him leaping across rooftops and doing flips; true to the ninja way, nobody seems to notice.
Terminator: Salvation isn’t even out yet, but this T-600 bust from the upcoming movie is already available for preorder; measuring 6″ x 5″ x 5″, we dig the creepy base made out of skulls.
Though not available for sale, these cursor-shaped Clicking Kitchen Grip gloves are only missing a “Kiss The Geek” apron; just don’t try and click and drag your casserole to the oven.
With a vibration dampening suspension, semi-slick tires and a double-tube aluminum frame, SwissBike’s TX Commuter is great for city slickers; it folds up to 36″x28″x12″ in under 30 seconds.
Don’t call us misogynists, but these flowcharts from Goldstar Beer have us chuckling; they show the differences between men and women in regards to toilets, relationships and clothing.
Leica may seem overpriced and obsolete to some, but die-hard fans are no doubt salivating over this M8 Safari, which sports brushed silver accents and a Summicron 28mm F2.0 bundle.
Although largely unremarkable, Panasonic’s Lumix FS15 and FS7 cameras have an ace up their sleeves: a 29mm wide-angle Leica lens with stabilization and 4x-5x optical zoom.
The Hurst Dodge Viper comes with few performance mods, but we dig the black chrome polished wheels, grippy Katzkin leather-wrapped seats and gorgeous matte gold paint job.
Guns and telekinesis can only mean some crazy fight sequences, and this extended clip from Push does “push” the envelope; it could use some finesse, but it’s intriguing nevertheless.
A twist switch on the classic Space Invaders shooter, Split ‘Em Up gives you two gunpods which can be separated into their own units at will; detriment or advantage? Your call.
Considered the holy grail of guitars (Keith Richard and Eric Clapton have played it) the 1959 Gibson Les Paul Standard has a 50th anniversary edition out, limited to 500 pieces.
The unsqueezed heroes of culinary combat, a fruity dozen (minus one already marinara’d comrade) plays catch up with ketchup in this We Were Tomatoes t-shirt by Walmazan.
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