You were probably so mesmerized by the rugged sheen of its aerospace-grade 316L stainless steel that you didn’t notice this precision analog timepiece has no 10. Smart guys like us should still be able to figure it out though. One more thing, The T in Tsovet is silent.
Zero Edge creates unique, custom aquariums that go far beyond the glass rectangle you grew up with. Their rimless design allows water to overflow the tank and circulate back through a perimeter drain creating a crystal clear cascade for you and your fish to enjoy.
The Liberal Media has declared war on Christmas. Now it’s time to fight back—who cares if we can’t identify the enemy? Defend your right to overspend, overeat, and decorate a tree before the right is stripped away. Join the Santa-nista uprising and let these grenade ornaments be your symbol of freedom.
It’s a bar in a briefcase so why call it the “Football”? Glad you asked. It’s named after the “nuclear decision making tool” built for the President after the Cuban Missile Crisis as part of Operation Dropkick. JFK nicknamed it the football. The name stuck. True story.
We’ve been wondering when Beemer would unveil its own 4-door coupe; its answer to the Mercedes CLS and Porsche’s pumped-up Panamera. That time is apparently 2013, when the German automaker will ship its new Gran Coupe 650i, a big, wide, 300 horsepower executive-class battleship.
You don’t know it but most of your Instagram followers are burnt on the stale ass photos you keep posting. Spice it up with this macro lens attachment. It’s a close-up lens built into a rubber band: super easy to use and super affordable. Also super for getting more likes.
Wine-making is like sex for the elderly. You know there’s surely some magic at work in the process but there’s nothing aesthetically pleasing about it. This home-brew wine installation lets you guide your wine’s maturing process while putting it on display in your home. And as you can see this looks much better than old people humping.
Music critic Greil Marcus’ new book on The Doors leaves the worn out Jim Morrison-deathcult-poet-myth alone and focuses solely on the band’s enduring music. That’s fresh.
If you view even the simple, hygienic act of grooming as a potential threat to your manhood, we found the soap for you. It’s a rough cut brick made in a soap factory that produced soap for soldiers in the Korean War. Is that manly enough for you? If you’re still nervous you can order the optional rope handle.
It’s that magical time of the year when having a beer opener in your back pocket is essential. This one is Proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. from thick heat-treated, high-grade stainless steel. No bottle stands a chance against this thing. Bring on the holiday parties!