Sir Edmund Hillary and his faithful Sherpa Tenzing Norgay were the first to summit Mount Everest. Or were they? Painstaking research by author Wade Davis produced this mountain of a book that reconsiders the legendary lore of alpinist George Mallory and his mysterious expedition up the world’s tallest mountain in 1924.
When you don’t have the right tool, even simple chores, like changing the spark plug in the lawnmower can frustrate you to the point of self-facepunching. With a simple open-ended design, this set of Craftsman pass through sockets eliminates the need for deep sockets, and self-facepunching.
It’s modeled after an old school draftsman’s stool. But this adjustable, distressed steel and wood model is a barstool, more for the draughtsman. Get it? Draught? Hey, you try to be clever about a stool and see what you come up with.
We really like the sound of “Japanese micro-suction.” Apparently that’s what keeps this little cable manager stuck to your desktop.
Even if it takes a couple extra shots of espresso in your morning Joe to bring your tired ass to life, this face wash will at least wake up your face. Peppermint, ginseng, and menthol act like a good ol’ fashioned backhand from your mom, which you deserve. Now wake up!
The D-Lux 5 is a peerless, high-powered digital point-and-shoot from Leica, makers of the world’s best cameras. Technically, this new Titanium model is the same as the black one, just sexier and a little bit lighter.
The shower scene from Psycho is arguably the scariest movie scene in Hollywood history. It came straight from the mind of director/ filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock, who also gave us The Birds and many more. This Essentials Collection includes five of his greatest films as well as replicas of the original movie posters.
You’ve probably heard of steampunks and their crafty retro-Victorian movement; well, this could be an offshoot, we’ll call it junkpunk. Unless you have a better term for a desk lamp made out of a beer bottle, galvanized pipe and fittings.
If you know the Moog, you love it. The classic, spaced-out synthesizer sound has been backing dance tracks, movie sound effects and hip-hop beats for decades. Now you can turn your iPad into a Moog with their new app, and this isn’t some noisy knockoff, the app came straight from Moog’s Intergalactic headquarters.