In the mythology of Dodge muscle cars, discourse, debate & price tags often center around how rare the model is. Throughout the 60s, Dodge was the undisputed American master of limited-production runs and overpowered, small batch variants. This one may be the Holy Grail. It’s a one-off concept car: the very first Dodge Charger with a 600 horse motor. If you don’t know, act like you know. The auction price will break a million, guaranteed. Auction takes place at the Automobiles of Arizona event held at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, on January 20, 2010.
The steady release of new Star Wars products has been ongoing for over 30 years. It might never stop. You may wonder what (if any) of this stuff is something you need. This disk set is. No matter what your collection looks like, this new boxed-set on Blu-ray is essential. It features all six Star Wars live-action movies, plus over 30 hours of extra DVD material.
Someday we’ll all be flying a sport plane. This is where it starts. The innovative design of the Icon A5 brings the dream of piloting your own plane one step closer. The folding wing design is lightweight, making it fully portable & easy to store. Flying it is even easier. This thing is practically a flying Jet-Ski. Okay … that’s oversimplifying, but you get the idea, right?
Looks tough. It’s made of ballistic nylon with a rubberized bottom & leather details. The strap is made of comfortable seatbelt nylon. It’s pure function. It’s also low profile for when you’re not feeling brave enough to tote it manpurse style. You can jam this little thing into a bigger bag and proceed freely. Or just hand it to your lady friend for a minute. Whatever works.
This Schiit is perverted. Audio “phile” is a perfect term for the guys who create Schiit amplifiers. A tube-amp for your headphones is entering into Cheech & Chong territory. But then you start thinking about it. All of the best music in the world is meant to be heard clear, direct and balanced. And those little earbud speakers in your headphones surely can’t do justice to the White Album or Led Zeppelin IV or 36 Chambers. When you listen, make sure you’re hearing it all.
You carry both your toothbrush and your deodorant in the same bag. Your comb, nail clippers, maybe even a balding product you don’t want to talk about? For these magical items, you need a bag that’s durable, won’t leak and is easy to clean. Constructed from recycled rubber tire innertubes, Seattle’s Alchemy Goods makes all kinds of unique up-cycled bags & accessories—all green design that looks good and makes sense.
If you’ve mastered the art of making POV videos and love to relive the action of surfing, biking or skiing the steeps, you’re gonna like this one. Head and shoulders above the next comparable hobbyist POV cam, the V.I.O. POV.HD camera is a serious, smashproof piece of video equipment. With multiple frame rates, incredible HD resolution and simple remote controls, this thing will survive your slams, slashes & crashes and give you an ultra-wide 142º view of the chaos.
This story is neither pulp nor fiction. But after reading it, you might wish it was. The Tiger: A True Story of Vengeance and Survival is real. Set in Siberia in the 1990s, a greedy and desperate poacher tangles with the wrong tiger. Award-winning author, John Vaillant, creates a masterful narrative connecting this chilling tale to politics, history and the classic struggle between man and beast. Update: Word is that Darren Aronofsky & Brad Pitt are teaming up to put this tale on the big screen.
Are you a plug-in-every-port type of guy? Well, here’s an easy way to get more USB action out of your desktop. This little doinklet holds your monitor up top, fits your keyboard underneath and features six USB ports for you to plug your whole life into. There’s even a mini-USB port and an AC adapter port for charging the camera battery. Clean up your desk & power up your digitalia. Easy like.
The wood-grain emboss on this Italian leather wallet is from real wood. They could’ve used cheap, faux woodgrain, but no. Hlaska founder, NorCal-based designer, Anthony Mazzei, would not stand for faux. He demanded real wood grain patterns and matched them to all three colors: ebony, cedar & pine.