With its trellis frame design and a ridiculous power-to-weight ratio, MV Agusta’s latest 798cc triple-cylinder streetfighter got a fitting a name. The Brutale is a mean one. It will be available in the states next year.
You won’t be in Miami, trick, but you can rent the actual house used in the filming of Scarface. The 10,000-square foot Roman Revival mansion was the backdrop for Al Pacino’s best role ever in the definitive 80s drug/gangster movie. Though the film’s location was Miami, this $30k-a-month vacation rental is stashed in the hills above Santa Barbara, California. So you’re not gonna find no (f-ing) cock-a-roaches.
Watches don’t come much tougher than this new, limited edition Breitling. The steel case of this pro-quality diver’s chronometer utilizes an extremely rugged, carbon-based treatment that gives it its dark tone and the Seawolf is waterproof to a depth of 10,000 feet. A screw-lock crown and self-winding mechanical movement make it virtually foolproof. Limited to 1,000 pieces.
Originally designed for the military as the M37, the iconic Dodge Power Wagon is one of the meanest American trucks ever produced—a favorite of collector’s and 4X4 purists. Now you can get a completely restored and updated custom Power Wagon from Wyoming-based master builders, Legacy Classic Trucks. Their super heavy-duty customs make those lifted Tundras & Titans look like toys.
A sculptural shape rendered in metal and rich, grainy walnut wood makes this high-quality 150-watt speaker dock console look as good as it sounds. With built-in AirPlay & Android wireless streaming capabilities plus NetLink, Line-in, and a USB port, you can run pretty much any device you’ve got through this handsome little devil.
Chess is a game for smart people and weirdos, which means it’s a game for almost everyone. This elegant chess set features game pieces milled from solid aluminum and available in several anodized finishes plus a board surface of etched carbon fiber or glass. The design is a very modern play on the most classic board game of all time.
Don’t be confused, this is not an Apple product, it’s a McIntosh. The iconic audio brand has just released this new music system featuring Apple Airplay streaming technology plus Wi-fi & ethernet connection. The American-made McAire system features old school blue output meters, and small but powerful 4-speaker full-range sound.
If you always dreamed of driving a life-size Hot Wheels car your weird little fantasy has finally come true. After scrapping the plan to use a Volt, Hot Wheels and Chevy agreed that the Camaro was the perfect platform for a Hot Wheels collab. Available in either a V6 or V8, the Kinetic Blue paint is complimented by ZL1 ground effects, 21-inch redline rims, and Hot Wheels logos throughout. Available in early 2013.
You don’t play tennis with a wooden racket or catch fish with a wooden rod so why take to the hills for the extreme winter sport of sledding with toboggan technology from a hundred years ago? You shouldn’t. The Snolo is a high performance carbon fiber sled that glides and corners like a rally racer. Fold it up, strap it to your back and hit the backcountry.
Compared to the new, ultra-thin, ultra-bright version of the iMac that Apple launched today, the last version of Apple’s widescreen desktop looks kind of like Kim Kardashian from behind. At just 5mm thick, it is 40% thinner than the last model, while the display glass is 75% less reflective, making images, games, & movies more vivid than ever. One more stat: it uses 50% less energy than its predecessor.