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James Bond’s Lotus Esprit Submarine Car on the Block at
James Bond’s Lotus Esprit Submarine Car on the Block

If you saw the 1977 James Bond classic, The Spy Who Loved Me, you know that his white Lotus Esprit “submarine car” stole the show. And what’s truly crazy about this unbelievable Bond vehicle, is that it was actually a fully functional submarine built by a company called Perry Oceanographic. And now, this crazy sub-car is headed for auction. We’re guessing somewhere in the millions. There are less expensive ownership options for the rest of us. Here and here.

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Red Wing Heritage 875 & 877 at
Red Wing Heritage 875 & 877

Most would agree that an update to Red Wing’s iconic 875 & 877 model boots would be a travesty. But this update works. All that Red Wing has done is return to the original materials: the leather and eyelets they used when the two styles were introduced over 50 years ago. The boots’ shape, sole, and upper were left perfectly alone.

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Ziphius Aquatic Drone at
Ziphius Aquatic Drone

Ziphius is an app controlled drone for shooting underwater photos & video. From your swimming pool to the seven seas, your smartphone commands Ziphius’ HD camera as you shoot & share your images on YouTube, FB, etc. For you cats who don’t swim, you can see what the camera sees on your phone or tablet from the safety of the shore.

BUY IT   $200-245 Categories: Gadgets, Tech

Nike Incyte Ball at
Nike Incyte Ball

Nike’e new Incyte ball is so good it was quickly put into play for pro league games in Spain, Brazil, Italy, & England. It strikes cleaner, travels faster & with Nike’s RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) visibility technology, the Incyte ball is even easier to see.

BUY IT   $150 Categories: Equipment, Sport

Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Edition 1 at
Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Edition 1

The new Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Edition 1 looks fast and sporty but “modestly priced?”, not really. Actually it is, considering the heat this thing is packing: a turbocharged 360-horse 4-cylinder engine & full AMG treatments including a rear spoiler, graphite grey side stripes, matte black 19-inch wheels, & a black leather interior with red contrast stitching topped off by a pair of ARTICO/DINAMICA sport seats.

BUY IT   $50,000 Categories: Exotic, Rides

Ringtool at

Nine tools in one: bottle opener, hex heads in 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8MM, one phillips, one flathead, one 25mm torx. Fits on your keychain. Any questions?

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Gin Wheel at
Gin Wheel

Spin the wheel and win a prize. With the exotic, walnut wood Gin Wheel, the prize is not some cheezy Chinese teddy bear, it’s a top shelf gin & tonic. Inspired by the lazy Susan, the Gin Wheel is a collaboration between Bombay Sapphire Gin & internationally acclaimed design firm AvroKo. The Wheel comes with a liter of the new Sapphire East gin, 4 specialty G&T glasses, 4 wood coasters, ice tongs, a Zhen Japanese paring knife, a jigger & an 11″ stirring spoon.

BUY IT   $500 Categories: Bar Ware, Host

Roger Waters: The Man Behind the Wall at
Roger Waters: The Man Behind the Wall

Enigmatic rock icon Roger Waters, the genius of Pink Floyd, has spent his entire life avoiding the spotlight. But now finally, he has spoken. After The Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, & The Wall, Waters was ready to tell his own tale, & working with writer Dave Thompson, delivers the first full biography of the man behind the music.

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Tile Tracker at
Tile Tracker

You’ll never stop losing your stuff but iOS-based Tile is going to make finding it easier. These matchbook-size trackers don’t just rely on Bluetooth, they connect to other Tile users to help cast a wider net in recovering your lost item. Adding this social tool encourages users to create hubs with friends, family, and co-workers so finding it is as easy as losing it was. via

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Satchel & Page Leather Collection at
Satchel & Page Leather Collection

Remember the 1940s? Neither does anyone else, except for the guys at Satchel & Page. (and possibly grandpa) They’re not octogenarians but they’re keeping the memory of the 40s alive by creating handmade leather bags & cases styled after WWII-era designs. Guaranteed for life.

BUY IT   $45-400 Categories: Bags, Gear
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