The best tactical pens are built for durability, easy maintenance, and rugged looks. Some of them offer glass breakers, self-defense tips, and bolt-action mechanisms. Everyday Carry researched the best of the bunch for 2022, and came up with 22 exceptional pens, including one of our faves: the Boker Plus Rocket.
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The finale of Dirty Dancing is one of the most iconic movie moments ever. So the idea that you could just swap out (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life and replace it with the theme from The Muppet Show doesn’t seem right. But Pandamoanimum proved otherwise with this perfectly-timed mashup. (Thanks, Rob!)
After receiving a blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, Attorney Jennifer Walters finds herself infused with Hulk-like superpowers. Tatiana Maslany stars as She-Hulk, with Mark Ruffalo as Banner/Hulk, Tim Roth as Abomination, and Jamilla Jamil as her nemesis Titiana. Coming to Disney+ 8.17.2022.
Act like a real fat cat with these $100 bill cocktail napkins from Fred. Pass them out to all of your guests, and by the end of the night, your fat stacks of cash will be reduced to a pile of crumpled-up paper covered with food, drink, and lipstick stains. Toss some into the fireplace for added effect.
When it comes to badassery, Chuck Norris is on many top 10 lists. SergiuHellDragoon put Chuck’s skills to the test using Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator 2 and an army of 2400 Chucks versus a million Spartan Warriors. Despite the seemingly impossible odds, the overpowered Chucks made quick work of the soldiers.
This trio of black and blue G-SHOCK watches stands out from the crowd. Each features an indigo backdrop with a lighter blue paisley print. The GA2100BP-1A has an analog main dial with an inset LCD; the GA100BP-1A is digital-first, analog second; finally, the GA700BP-1A strikes the perfect balance between the technologies.
As we’ve seen before, inventor Nicolas Bras loves to make unique musical instruments. His latest instrument is one of the sillier ones we’ve seen. He created an improvised bagpipe by attaching his PVC pipe clarinets and a kid-sized duck pool float. It doesn’t sound much like the traditional Scottish instrument, nor does it quack like a duck.
BrüMate adds camouflage to its line of tumblers, water bottles, mugs, and drink sleeves. They’re each insulated to maintain your drink’s temperature from the Hopsulator Slim for wrapping skinny 12oz. cans to the 32oz. Toddy XL for feeding your caffeine needs all day. Choose from Forest Brown or Midnight Grey Camo patterns.
You might feel like you’re standing still right now, but we are always moving. But our place in the universe isn’t absolute. Instead, our location is entirely relative to other objects. Kurzgesagt explores this concept, and how each person, place, and thing has its own point of view for its position and movements.
This hefty soda-can style flashlight cranks out a blinding 16340 lumens with a 1345-foot throw distance in its brightest mode. It packs four high-performance CREE XHP70.2 LEDs, and its case is rated IPX-8 waterproof. In its more pragmatic medium mode, it will run for 11 hours per charge and up to 6.25 days in its barely-on firefly mode.
Tom Scott took to the skies to fly with a gaggle of geese. Thanks to microlight pilot Christian of FlywithBirds, they became unofficial members of the flock and got close enough to touch them by flying at the same speed. Not only are the geese unafraid of his aircraft, they treat Christian as a member of their family.
Hong Kong is filled with densely-packed apartment buildings that millions of its citizens call home. DongDong Wu’s boyfriend lived in one known as the “Monster Building” and she shared this video of what life is like in one of these massive developments. About 10,000 people live in the five-block complex.
This convenient accessory from Bluelounge converts standard 1-gang outlet plates into a shelf for charging your phone or other small gadgets. It can hold up to three pounds and has a hidden channel for winding excess cord underneath. Includes faceplates for traditional and modern US outlets.
(PG-13: Gore, Language) Homelander has been pushed even further off the rails, Billy Butcher has temporary Supe powers, and Soldier Boy makes his grand and bloody entrance for what’s bound to be another brutal and visceral season of Amazon Prime’s hit comic book series, The Boys. Premieres 6.3.2022.
Always be prepared (to eat) with this durable lightweight camping utensil, which combines a fork, spook, and knife in one. The fork has a serrated edge, while the spoon on back has a flat tip, making it perfect for digging out melons, ice cream, or other scoopy stuff.
When it comes to inflatable pools, we try to keep water inside the pool to avoid refilling them for as long as possible. But this guy doesn’t care if he loses a little H2O. Using his body, a pool float, and his knowledge of fluid dynamics, he makes the surrounding water bend to his whim.
After fabricating a miniature suspension bridge, Tiny World built a scale model of a railroad bridge based on the design of the CSX A-Line Bridge that spans the James River in Richmond, Virginia. To create the structure, they poured concrete into foam-core molds with wire supports inside.
Film fanatic Denis-Carl Robidoux is on a mission to preserve as many old movie trailers as he can. So he built a machine he calls the Gugusse Roller that plays 8mm, 16mm, or 35mm film reels and captures each frame digitally. Thus far, he’s digitized more than 500 trailers from movies dating from the 1960s to the early 2000s.
Photographer Kien Lam has been traveling the globe for over a decade. He spent 343 days before the pandemic lockdowns of 2020 shooting this spectacular time-lapse video. In all, he visited 17 countries by plane, train, and bus, and shot more than 6200 images. You can follow Kien’s ongoing adventures at Where and Wander.
Rental car company Hertz teamed up with Shelby American to create the 900+ hp supercharged Shelby GT-500H and the 450 hp GT-H. Both cars have been decked out in racing stripes, with the GT-500H riding on mono-block wheels wrapped in summer performance tires and the GT-H riding on staggered rims with sport all-seasons.
Spinning a cheeseburger on an umbrella sounds like a ridiculous and unnecessary endeavor. But after watching juggler Michael Rayner balance one on edge, spin it around, and separate its pickles, we’re all for the concept. The only thing better than this video is watching it at 5x speed.
Electricianz is back with another unique wristwatch inspired by electrical circuitry. The Moka Z features a multi-layered face with an exposed coil and battery contacts and a bright LED backlight for its dial. Its case is fabricated from durable class-10 nylon, and it sits on a rich leather strap. Available in 45mm and 42mm sizes.
“My spreadsheet doesn’t do that!” This 1992 promo spot for Microsoft Excel 4.0 seems like it was directed and performed by a team that wished they were doing more meaningful work. Instead, they ended up pimping the ubiquitous productivity software with a level of gravitas typically reserved for serious TV dramas.
The movies Saturday Night Fever and its sequel Staying Alive are so indelibly intertwined with the music of the Bee Gees that we can’t imagine them any other way. But the guys at Auralnauts like to subvert expectations, so they edited John Travolta’s big strut scene at the end of the movie, removing the trio’s trademark disco sound.
This silent, motorized camera rig helps you capture smooth dolly shots on any flat surface. It drives along circular or linear paths or a pre-set route you draw with the Trexo mobile app. An optional turntable kit lets it turn 360º either on a tripod or as a base for objects. It can also be programmed without a smartphone.