They had the Cold War, we have the cold drinks. This martini table is made from a real, MK-76 bomb. Yes, disarmed. Bombs and Russian vodka don’t normally go together but in this case they’re a great pair. What better way to celebrate freedom than raising a toast over unused artillery?
Here’s an early look at the 2012 BMW ActiveHybrid 5. This will be BMW’s first crack at a more moderately priced, mainstream hybrid vehicle. Based on the BMW 5 Series, the car is powered by the same 3.0-liter twin-scroll turbocharged inline-six-cylinder found in the BMW 535i. On top of the conventional components will be a 55-horsepower electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack.
Putting your “Scary Sounds of Halloween” mix-tape on loop and blasting it from the living room on Halloween night is cute. Why are you trying to be cute? Terrorize treat-seekers and become “that creepy guy down the street” with the Asylum Door. Along with a 22-inch LCD display showing an axe-wielding mad man trying to break out of lock down, hidden pneumatic mechanisms actually create bulges in the door as he swings his axe. Source
The gleam you thought you saw in her eye was maybe just the reflection of a golden flash from your Swiss-Made Perrelet Turbine 007 watch. The gilded dials, numerals, and hands of this luxury timepiece catch light from all angles with the help of two spinning rotors in the case. Jigga Man had his “chain reaction” now you can have your “watch this.” Limited Edition of 888 Pieces.
You have to already be a Ferrari owner to get into the brand’s new Winter Driving Experience course in Aspen, Colorado. If you happen to fit that profile, you’ll get to test out the handling of Ferrari’s new 4-wheel drive FF on a track made of ice and snow. And since nobody who buys the FF will actually take it out in the snow, this slick, 2-day driving program really is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The Swiss-certified Colt Series from world-class watchmaker Breitling, has been completely re-designed from the ground up. The three stainless steel silhouettes: a chronograph, the sporty 33, and the slightly larger 44mm diameter Colt 44 are all new, sleeker and more durable than ever. Guess that means the one you’ve got now is obsolete or rather classic. Yeah, classic.
This is the second bike we’ve featured from Japanese masters, Zero Engineering. They’ve been around for a decade building incredible low-production number customs. Their muscular, no nonsense retro designs spawned a whole wave of imitators, all trying to get that “Zero” look. Well, this is the real deal, the new one. It’s called the Type 9 and the 96” S&S motor makes it fly.
Almost unbelievably, Emil Erwin hasn’t been making fine leather goods for a hundred years. Actually, it’s only been three. But in that short time, EE has built a solid reputation with quality craftsmanship and a fresh take on traditional techniques. You’d be hard pressed to find an American Horween leather briefcase of this quality anywhere else. The materials are second to none and the rest comes down to craft.
This is the most complex timepiece Swiss watchmaker IWC has ever made. It features simultaneous solar time, Sidérale time, and has a perpetual calendar on the back. The rest of the watch’s exhaustive list of premium features is so embarrassingly complex that the only other comment we can make with authority is the fact that it looks cool, too.
If your manhood doesn’t really need an extension, the main purpose of a car is to get you from point A to point B. The 2012 Toyota Yaris will do that and then some. It’s got a burrito-sized glove box, windows that go up & down, and a honkable horn. It also gets nearly 40mpg. Your neighbor who drives the luxury combat vehicle won’t understand but Toyota does. This post has been sponsored by Toyota.