Just under naked chicks and huge chunks of meat, cold beer comes next on the list of things dudes love most. This explains why a walk-in cooler made its way onto the pages of werd.com. The Brew Cave will hold 30 cases, four kegs, and features a built-in draft tap. Better start the remodel now, because you’ll need to take down walls to get this in the house. Source
How valuable are your weekends? The correct answer is WAY too valuable to spend them pushing a smoke-spewing mower back and forth. The LawnBott 1500 SpyderEvo is a robot mower powered by a Lithium-Ion battery that will mow your yard for up to 3.5 hours per charge. Not only that, when it’s done, it’ll dock itself back on the charging station & be ready to get back to work after a 2-3 hour recharge.
With its squared-off body and utilitarian design, the Mercedes G-Wagon sprays gravel on girly high-end SUVs like the Porsche Cayenne. That’s why M-B didn’t touch the body when they set out to make some upgrades on the 2013 G63 AMG. They focused on the interior instead. It now looks like a leather-clad Leer jet inside and features a new fuel saving system that shuts the engine off when it comes to a stop then restarts to continue driving.
With the power and versatility of current SLRs that capture crisp, full HD video, it’s easy to get pro-level results on your home movie projects. The thing is, it still looks like you’re stalking people with a regular old still camera. The Black Magic camera, with its retro “film” camera design will make you look and feel more like a “film-maker” for roughly the same dough as a mid-range SLR. And with EF and ZE mounts for interchangeable optics, you may not even have to buy new lenses.
Yes, the locals will call you a kook when you cruise out into the lineup on a motorized surfboard but you’ll get the last laugh when you crank up the WaveJet’s wristband accelerator and zip past them catching wave after wave.
You either love the Dodge Viper or you hate, there’s no in between. The 2013 SRT model packs a seriously rebuilt & re-tuned power train. The 640 horse V10 is now even faster while the body has been shaved down and tightened up for a leaner, more muscular look. Sorry, haters, it’s sick.
Though it looks like a stool designed to accommodate the bulk and girth of your mother-in-law’s back-side, this is actually a table made from vintage Japanese motorcycle parts. It was designed and built by the boys at Richmond, Virginia’s Classified Moto, creators of sick, one-off custom bikes, and cycle-themed art.
This isn’t the first bike we’ve featured by master-builder Winston Yeh. From his Shop in Taiwan, Yeh continues to turn out one-of-a-kind customs. This gothic sled is built around a highly polished Harley knuckle motor wedged into a Zero Engineering frame. All the custom body and fabrication stuff is Yeh’s handiwork. And it’s not a museum piece, it’ll peel you off if you’re not holding on tight. Source
Here’s something very different from Lincoln. The MKZ is a luxury machine entering a very competitive field of European and Japanese imports. Its strengths are the sculptural, elegant bodylines and a luxurious leather interior. Fresh features like a retractable glass roof, push-button shifting, and LED headlights, keep pace with competition. Would you finally buy American?
Before Michael Jordan re-invented the game of basketball and permanently stamped the Nike swoosh into pop culture, he was a UNC Tarheel who carried the team to a national championship in a pair of size 13 Converse in 1982. To commemorate this 30-year milestone, Nike, (which owns Converse) is releasing an ultra-limited edition package that includes a signed pair of leather Converse LTDs, and a number 23 UNC jersey. 100% of the proceeds of this collabo kit go to the James R. Jordan Foundation. Auction ends April 6.