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Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here at
Pink Floyd: The Story of Wish You Were Here

Pink Floyd’s Wish You Were Here album was the 1975 follow-up to the band’s Dark Side Of The Moon and it instantly shot to #1 on the charts all over the world. This new Blu-ray video release compiles interviews and archive footage to show the band’s process of recording one of rock’s most enduring albums.

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Churchkey Can Company at
Churchkey Can Company

Before you were born, beer cans were opened by piercing them with a sharp tool. The pulltab and later the pop-top killed the ‘church key’ but since we can’t seem to get enough nostalgia, why not open beers the way Grandpa did? The brains behind this gem of retro-mania marketing include Entourage semi-celeb Adrien Grenier, so we’re pretty sure Vince will make it cool.

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NuForce Cube Portable Speaker at
NuForce Cube Portable Speaker

Finding a good, packable, portable speaker system is harder than it should be. But we found one. The NuForce Cube is an all-in-one mobile audio system about the size of a tangerine—a square tangerine. It will bump beats off your phone, computer, tablet, or right into your headphones.

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BMW Zagato Coupe at
BMW Zagato Coupe

Beneath its handcrafted, aluminum, Zagato-built Italian body, there’s a top-of-the-line BMW Z4, replete with the punchy, 3-liter inline 6 and plush leather interior. The latest collabo between BMW and Italian coachbuilder Zagato also features a bold double-bubble roof and unique Kamm-tail rear end. The big question: will this racy little rig really reach production? We sure hope so.

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Field Jerky at
Field Jerky

Saying jerky is jerky is like saying steak is steak. It just ain’t so. When it comes to beef, it’s all about the quality, the cut, the source—in other words, the details. Field brand makes ‘artisan crafted provisions’ and for their jerky they use only traditional top round cuts of beef and prepare it with no preservatives, no sodium, no MSG, and no sodium nitrate. Right now they offer three naturally awesome recipes: Original, Teriyaki, and Honey Spice.

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HydroView at

The HydroView is a remote-controlled underwater vehicle that allows you to explore the sea without ever getting wet. It has an onboard camera that will stream high quality video and photos wirelessly back to your iPad. But it’s not just for finding Nemo. You can use it to search for lost objects, inspect your anchor and boat hull, & confirm that you’re floating in areas safe for your vessel and passengers.

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My Camp Kitchen at
My Camp Kitchen

Half the reason you never motivate to go camping is because getting everything together is a total pain. But what if you had a system that packed your entire kitchen into a one durable, portable case? The sturdy, wilderness-worthy My Camp Kitchen is a purpose-built hardwood box with all kinds of shelves and cubbies to store all of your camp cooking gear. Once you’ve got it filled with your gear, all you have to do is heave it into the truck and you’re gone. Source

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Christopher Nolan Director’s Collection at
Christopher Nolan Director’s Collection

Christopher Nolan directs dark, mental movies. If you enjoy his signature style in movies like Memento, Inception, & Insomnia or his pair of Batman films, The Dark Knight and Batman Begins; you’ll want to pre-order this soon-to-be-released limited edition Blu-ray box set. The widescreen, director’s cut versions of these movies are delivered exactly how Nolan envisioned them.

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Gizmon ICA Military iPhone Case at
Gizmon ICA Military iPhone Case

We know, you love shooting film (it’s so grainy) but this is not an old Leica. It’s actually an iPhone case. Tricky, right?

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Aston Martin DB7 Conversion at
Aston Martin DB7 Conversion

Aston Martin’s DB7, produced for a decade starting in ’94, was never much of a headturner. After all, it was cobbled together from leftover Jaguar parts. Its greatest strength was the big V12 motor. England’s Evanta Motors saw potential in the DB7 as a candidate for conversion into something cool. Their DB4 Zagato Evocation conversion puts the DB7 with its modern features like tiptronic shifting and airbags into a classic DB4 chassis for a look that is straight up classic.

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