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.
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.
We sincerely hope you’re too young to remember watching this show. Rocky & Bullwinkle were a 60s phenomena: an adventuresome squirrel and a dim-witted moose who fought villains. Like most good cartoons, the adult humor was written to go right over the kid’s heads. And it did, making the series classic. This boxed set gives you 5 seasons of zany adventure—that’s over 90 episodes—plus a heap of special material.
Hope you never have 127 hours to yourself, stuck out in the wilderness. But with this ultra-compact survival kit, you might actually make it out without having to cut off your arm. Weighing just over 6 ounces, it’s light enough to bring on every adventure. It’s got fire-starting tinder, 150lb-test nylon cord, mil-spec stainless steel wire, and an emergency fishing kit. Better to have it and not need it than vice-versa.
Fellow Jedi, set your alarm for Dec 31st and stay close to your internet device all day, because a limited-edition series of Star Wars movie posters will be released this Friday at a random time. The illustrated posters, designed by Tyler Stout come in an edition of 850 for $50 and another more limited run of 250 for $100. Be ready to click fast and use the force if necessary.
To further abuse a worn and hackneyed marketing tagline, yes, there’s an app for that. Get your meat done right without having to mother over the grill. Tip a few back with your guests instead, letting this Bluetooth-enabled thermometer send updates to the iGrill app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Track temps and cooking times on the grill from anywhere in your house.
The term “Made in America” should’ve never gone away and we think it’s a good sign it’s making a comeback. Portland, Oregon’s Tanner Goods makes quality leather products the old-fashioned way, with timeless styling. Their vegetable tanned leather belts, featuring heavy-duty brass and nickel-plated buckles, are built to last by American craftsmen. This is what we call positive change.
Seminal New York punk pioneers The Ramones had a patented recipe for their songs: A 3-chord riff with a 4/4 beat. And this simple recipe has had fans eating up their records for over 30 years. But because there’s no punk-rock pension, drummer Marky Ramone is now working on another recipe. This one is called Brooklyn’s Own pasta sauce.
Nobody ever wants to rush for the med kit. But it’s a lot worse to go hunting for it, while a geyser of blood is shooting out of your fingertip. Mount this OSHA-approved unit on the wall and the big red cross will remind you where to run when something gross happens. Trauma pads, bandages, gloves, antiseptic – check.
A uniquely durable material we usually see in the form of FedEx mailer envelopes or as a weather barrier on houses, Tyvek™is an unlikely material for sneakers. But that didn’t stop Civic Duty founder, Steven Weinreb, who developed the material and the brand for a good cause. Offering 5 styles in pop colors, Civic Duty also creates a unique shoe each year, donating 100% of the profits to social charities.