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Impossible Instant Lab at werd.com
Impossible Instant Lab

We have reached the point where technology has begun to eat its own tail. Here’s more proof: the Impossible Instant Lab will quickly turn any image on your iPhone or iPod Touch into an old school Polaroid print. For more info on what a Polaroid print is, just ask somebody old.

BUY IT   $300 Categories: Photography, Tech

3D Monopoly New York Edition at werd.com
3D Monopoly New York Edition

When those rolling blackouts start hitting and knock out power to your home and ISP, you’ll be glad you’ve got this Charles Fazzino-designed, limited-edition, oversized, wood-encased 3D Monopoly game in the closet. It’ll keep the family entertained while you drive around town hunting for a cell signal.

BUY IT   $500 Categories: Game Room, Space

Kovit Cycles at werd.com
Kovit Cycles

When it comes to frame design for high performance cycling, carbon fiber has been around for decades but the IsoTruss construction coming out of Utah’s Kovit Cycles is something new. These designs replace standard carbon fiber with a web-like carbon structure that even by cycling standards is ridiculously light. These frames weigh in at just 1.3 pounds but are just as rigid and rideable as other high-end racing bikes.

BUY IT   $ TBA Categories: Bike, Sport
 

Porsche 2014 911 Turbo & Turbo S Cabriolet at werd.com
Porsche 2014 911 Turbo & Turbo S Cabriolet

Porsche’s 2014 911 Turbo & Turbo S are available as a drop-top. They both feature a magnesium-framed cloth top that stows away in just 13 seconds at speeds up to 37mph. They also share a 3.8-liter flat six motor. The Turbo delivers 520hp while the upgraded S model pushes 560hp with off-the-line acceleration that will tear off a toupee in first gear.

BUY IT   $160-194,000 Categories: Cars, Rides

Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker at werd.com
Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker

It looks like a classic Marshall tube amp with its gold, vintage-style analog knobs and the old school cloth grill but it’s actually an 80-watt home speaker system. It’s got built-in bluetooth or you can plug in your turntable, tape deck, or iPod with its 3.5mm audio & RCA inputs.

BUY IT   $400 Categories: Audio & Speakers, Tech

Breaking Bad Props Auction at werd.com
Breaking Bad Props Auction

If you want something truly special to remember your life with Breaking Bad, get your bids in early at ScreenBid.com’s upcoming auction. They’ve got some hot BB items on the block: a pair of Walter’s tighty-whities, Tuco’s iced-out grill, some Los Pollos Hermanos fry batter buckets, and more—all props actually used on the show.

BUY IT   $ Auction Categories: Gear

Chain Saw Confidential: How We Made the World’s Most Notorious Horror Movie at werd.com
Chain Saw Confidential: How We Made the World’s Most Notorious Horror Movie

When it comes to B-grade splatter flicks, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is the prototype. This book by renowned author and the actor who played the original Leatherface, Gunnar Hansen, takes readers through the film’s creation, 1974 release and subsequent evolution into a cult classic.

BUY IT   $15 Categories: Best Books for Men, Media

Nikon 1 Waterproof AW1 Camera at werd.com
Nikon 1 Waterproof AW1 Camera

It sorta seems like all cameras should be shockproof and waterproof. Of course they would last too long and camera companies wouldn’t need to release new camera models every 3 days like they do now. So, here we are again at day 3 and Nikon has unveiled the AW1. Yup, shockproof and waterproof. It also offers the versatility of interchangeable (waterproof) lenses.

BUY IT   $997 Categories: Photography, Tech

Point 65 Modular Kayaks at werd.com
Point 65 Modular Kayaks

Loading, transporting & unloading a traditional kayak isn’t easy. That’s why these modular kayaks make sense. They clip together or apart for easy set-up & breakdown in just seconds. Instead of struggling with an unwieldy 16-foot plastic pontoon on & off the car roof, simply throw the pieces in the trunk and go. via

BUY IT   $300-1800 Categories: Gear, Sport

The Observatory Class Telescope at werd.com
The Observatory Class Telescope

You won’t even be able see Uranus with that lame astronomy app for your iPad. If you really want to see what’s up, you’ll need serious hardware & this 20-inch diameter GPS-enabled telescope goes deep space. You’ll be able to watch the counter-rotation of the bands around Jupiter and see stellar winds in the Orion nebula. All kinds of stuff the iPad can’t deliver.

BUY IT   $35,000 Categories: Gear
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