Wouldn't it be great if you had a tiny multi-tool you could take everywhere you go? Let us introduce you to The Fly Pry titanium Multi-Tool ($25), the smallest, titanium, multi-tool on the market. It’s a bottle opener, zip puller, hook screwdriver, box opener, pull-tab lifter, can opener and much, much more! Sized just larger than a US quarter, it's suitable for attaching to your sweater, backpack, keychain, neck lanyard or anything else you can think of! Made right here in the US, it is a must-have tool for the modern man. Check out their Kickstarter today.
If you don't have a projector in your house get one! I have one in my office and I will be adding another to my basement after the remodel. I only buy Epson primarily for their service and return policy. The Epson 5020 has some pretty impressive specs. 320,000:1 contract ratio. 2400 Lumens, which makes it basically a light canon. Horizontal and Vertical Lens shift and 5,000 hours of lamp life. And of course 3D. There is also a 5020e version which has wireless HDMI, which is nice if your concerned about running cable. If you cant afford the $2599.00 price tag check around to see if you can find an 8700UB. All its missing is the 3D.
Never think that LEGO is merely a toy as for many it is a way of life. The Cult of LEGO ($18) takes us on a thrilling and fully illustrated tour of both the LEGO community and its awesome creations. You get to meet LEGO fanatics from all different walks of life such as Nathan Sawaya the professional artist, the brick movie maker David Pagano, the the enigmatic and intriguing Ego Leonard, and the many thousands of devoted AFOLs, adult fans of LEGO, who religiously spend numerous hours creating their masterpieces. This is a full color coffee table tome par excellence as there is page after page of fantastically complex and creative models that have been built by the dedicated LEGO community.
The Aston Martin V8 Vantage N430 ($150,000) is going to Geneva next month, but its not coming to the U.S. anytime soon. The N430 is powered by a 4.7-liter V8 that pushes 430 horses. Top speed is 190mph, with a 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds. It's rear wheel drive, so if you're going to pick one up you'll definitely need another ride for inclement weather. On the inside you'll find machined carbon sill plates, N430 seat logos, carbon fiber gearshift, and piano black interior trim. If you're in Europe you'll be able to pick one up starting in September this year.
If you love climbing or just in the mood for something cool, take a gander at the Rock Climbing Themed Crux Mug ($16). The mugs are made from an artificial climbing rock and a 12 oz glass tumber. A dollar from every purchase goes to the climbing advocacy group The Access Fund. These are made in the U.S. and help support a good as well as small business, so you can't go wrong.
Imagine taking a seat in your own fully kitted out command center with a host of technology right at your fingertips. With a sturdy steel construction that incorporates super cool tilting capabilities the Emperor 1510 Workstation ($6000) features a high end Bose audio system, LED lighting, multiple monitors, web cam right down to a simple but much needed cup holder! With optimised performance that means it leaves behind a minimal footprint. Become the envy of every bond villain that has ever existed with the incredibly modern and efficient Emperor 1510!