Seventy-inches? Will it fit? The answer is, yes if you’re careful. But once it’s in, you can invite your friends over and show them the biggest unit they’ve ever seen. Sorry if we’ve confused you, we’re talking about Sharp’s new line of jumbo 3D LED LCD TVs. Wait is that confusing, too? They are flatscreen televisions, huge ones.
They look relatively simple and solid … understated. And that’s the point. Lum-Tec watches are handmade in small batches, right here in the U.S.A. Each model features a high visibility dial, using their MDV technology, so the numbers and hands glow super-bright in the dark. The new Combat B series models are available by pre-order only.
To celebrate the Camaro’s 45-year peel-out & speeding ticket legacy, Chevy is releasing an anniversary model. The real story however is the on-going, decades-long pissing match between Ford’s Mustang & the Camaro. The 45th year Camaro houses a 323-horse V6 edging out Ford’s 6-cylinder by 11 horses. On top of superior power & torque, this Camaro also has a totally sweet black leather interior, custom badges, paint and comes stock with aluminum twenties. Sorry Ford, maybe next year.
So you decided to spend a bit more and chose the wireless bluetooth Mac keyboard. You were probably thinking wireless was more convenient and cleaner. Well, not when you’re throwing its dead AA batteries in the trash every three weeks. The Mobee Magic bar lets you correct your wireless mistake by providing a USB-powered recharge dock for your keyboard. This design actually is convenient and clean. Just look at it.
At some point in the past, plastic and metal took the place of wood in speaker design. Not because these materials produced better sound, but because it was cheaper. Now, a promising resurgence in custom-made home audio has brought back the warmth of wood in a major way. These MT. Man speakers are carved from solid cherry and feature copper-clad woofers. Proudly made in Philadelphia.
With all your spare time, are you really going to squeeze in becoming a craft brewer? Doubtful. Like every guy who’s ever brewed homemade beer, you just want to crack a few with your buddies. Do it then. Buy this remote control beer making system and when the green light turns on, it’s time to drink. Okay, there’s a bit more to it than that, but not much.
If you’re the type who takes only the occasional toke, in the throes of a holiday drunk or on vacation, you better watch out for the edibles. Unlike a doobie which you can puff-puff pass, chowing down a space cake can take you on a trip to another universe. If that sounds good to you, check out this cookbook. It has recipes for cakes, cookies, brownies, everything you’ll need for you and your journeys into space.
Mobile digital TV is new. But it makes sense, right? Watch your favorite TV shows on your mobile device. RCA is now releasing a line of sleek, mobile devices that receive TV broadcasts. Think of the possibilities: never missing Monday Night Football or Deadliest Catch ever again!
Do you bring a toolbox with you on trips? No, you don’t. But, if you’ve got an ultra-slim, featherweight titanium multi-tool like this, you should be covered. It’s got a trigger-lock adjustable wrench, titanium-coated blade, hexdrivers, bottle opener and wire strippers. The blade is also removable for clearing airport security.
You might wonder why people are perfectly willing to pay so much for a Herman Miller chair … but then, you sit in one. If the bulk of your waking life is spent at a desk, staring into your computer, Herman Miller’s got your back. Literally. The SAYL has all the ergonomic features and progressive design you’d expect, but this model is lighter, less costly, and its construction is 93% recyclable.