Batteriser is a voltage booster that gives your regular alkaline batteries 800% more life. Because many complex modern electronics consider a battery with less than 80% power “dead,” this $2.50 gadget works to extract every last drop of juice from your batteries. Not only will it save you money, Batteriser could prevent tons upon tons of waste generated by the $3.4 billion-a-year alkaline battery industry.
Looking less like something that belongs in the basement and more like the elegant centerpiece for the modern man-cave, the PURE foosball table features a sculptural thermo-formed shell, oak legs and top, and chromed steel players. She might allow it.
Treasure-hunters John Chatterton and John Mattera are serious about finding the Golden Fleece, that’s the ship of infamous 17th century pirate Joseph Bannister. And legend says it’s filled with gold. This book chronicles their journey around the globe as they battle rivals, governments and experts in their pursuit of the supposedly sunken treasure.
Bigger, better, more. You get all that your photography demands in the Phase One XF camera system. It offers massive 14-stop dynamic range & super-high resolution with its medium-format sensor, which is more than 2.5 times larger than a standard DSLR sensor. It shoots 80MP stills in 16-bit color with a full range of available Leaf Shutter lenses, and features a new patent-pending and fully controlled autofocus system, called the Honeybee Autofocus Platform, or HAP-1.
A gallon of beer breaks down to roughly eleven 12-ounce bottles. And that’s how much beer you can fit in this mini keg. The Stainless steel ManCan runs off a pressure-regulating CO2 cartridge and features a standard keg tap. Once full, it keeps your beer carbonated & fresh for up to a week.
L.A.-based ICON 4 X 4 specializes in building retro off-roaders beefed up with modern performance. For this 60s-era Power Wagon, they take a brand new Dodge truck, either a 2500 or 3500 MegaCab, and fit the old body over the top for a ride that drives like new—with a 5.7-liter Hemi—but looks like an off-road weapon from the past.
This new book from Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Hoffman exposes the real-life tale of America’s most valuable Cold War-era Russian spy, Adolf Tolkachev. As a high-ranking official in the Soviet military design bureau, he sold government secrets to the United States for over a decade. Drawing on previously secret CIA documents, Hoffman paints a vivid picture of international espionage at the highest levels.
Your father-in-law will not care that this Han Solo fridge is officially licensed Star Wars merch, but what does he know? This is a functioning mini-fridge that can hold 18 cans of soda and features good old Han encased in Carbonite, peering out at his dad like, “What’s up, bro?”
Looking thoroughly modern in its minimalist, matte black ceramic case, the new Radiomir 1940 3 Days Ceramica nonetheless pays homage to the Italian brand’s 1930’s-era watches. It is powered by a P.3000 hand-wound movement which is visible through the sapphire crystal back.
SanDisk has just released the world’s smallest 128GB flash drive. Only slightly larger than the slot itself, this drive can ride on your keychain or sit practically flush in your laptop where it will give you 128GB of additional memory.