Outlaw is an innovative new screwhead & bit design that screws deeper and faster than the old Phillips head style. The key is the UniGrip bit that makes the screws easier to handle & sink plus it offers better hold. We tested them out in the werd demo lab and knew immediately that we had to share them with you.
Winespeak. It’s for waiters and the ex-wives they wait on. All you need to appreciate wine is a mouth but this book can get you a few steps further along in understanding what you’re drinking. Written without winespeak, master sommelier Richard Betts adds insight and humor (gasp) to help you identify and appreciate your wine. Yes, it really is a scratch-n-sniff book.
If you’ve been to prison or shower at the gym, you can see the logic of putting soap on a rope. This bar is from Kiehl’s, makers of the best in no-BS men’s grooming products. The “ultimate man” soap blends Bran & Oatmeal for an exfoliating, refreshing effect and no fear of the dreaded drop.
If you’ve seen all twelve Friday The 13th movies, DVR’d the TV show, read the books, collected the toys, and still haven’t had enough Jason, try this new documentary that chronicles the 30-year growth of this seemingly unstoppable horror franchise.
Acclaimed typist William Boyd picked up where the late, great 007 creator Ian Fleming left off and brings us the newest James Bond novel, set in 1969 Africa. This go around, Bond is sent to quash rebel forces threatening a West African regime. Will the legacy continue with Mr. Boyd at the helm?
The world knows all about Dr. J’s skills on the court and his enduring NBA legacy. We also know plenty about those adulterous baby moms. This new autobiography comes straight from the heart of the Doc as he explains his crazy, conflicted double-life in his own words.
The original Amityville Horror was banned shortly after its release in 1979 because so many viewers wet themselves out of fear and were ruining theater seats. So be mindful of your couch when you pop in the first Blu-ray disc of this complete Amityville Trilogy box set.
The world’s great guitar players could play actual pieces of crap and still amaze us with their musical ability. Meanwhile, the rest of us; the talentless masses, can occupy ourselves with fetishizing the instrument itself. And this is the book for us, featuring images, and stories about the most iconic axes from the collections of stars like Eddie Van Halen, Tony Iommi, Ace Frehley, & more.
No, it’s not half of a broken pair of headphones. It’s a portable speaker from San Francisco audio innovators, Native Union. The Monocle features a 40mm driver, 35mm jack, nylon reinforced cables, and lots of color options.
If you think your job/life is a stress fest, consider that Canadian astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield spent nearly 4000 hours in outer space and lived to tell the tale. In his new book he offers words of wisdom about ingenuity, determination, and being prepared for anything.