The Three Potato Four Industrial Cafeteria Table ($2000+) is an old school throwback, literally. This cafeteria table is made from heavy cast iron, cast from original forms, and reclaimed pine wood tabletops and round swivel-out stools made from reclaimed maple. You can get this table in either a 4 (30"w x 48"), 8 (30"w x 96"), or 12-seater (30"w x 144"). Pricing includes shipping to anywhere within the continental United States.
It's all there in the name with this quirky multi-tool from the expert craftsmen at Tin Mill. The Chord Multi-Tool ($19) is made from high-quality 304 stainless steel, is coated in black nickel for extra protection and strength, and is small enough to slip on a key-ring.Related: The Best MultitoolsThe Chord Multi-Tool comes with six tools: 2 flat head drivers, pry tool, box opener, bottle opener, and a 5/16 hex wrench. The Chord Multi-Tool can be used for all sorts of tasks including opening packages, opening bottles, loosening screws and much more.
Joel and Ethan Coen joined their directorial talents together in 1996 to bring us Fargo ($9). Starring William H Macy, Frances McDormand, and Steve Buscemi, this movie pits a very pregnant Marge Gunderson, a policewoman, against Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy) and his bungling band of henchmen. Jerry works in his father-in-law's car dealership, from which he's embezzled a lot of cash. He then puts into motion a scheme to kidnap his wife to get his father-in-law to pay the ransom. Things go down hill from there. A great dialogue movie with some brutal action scenes including the famous wood chipper scene.
This beastly looking Retro Fighter, dubbed Iron Fist by Macco Motors ($NFS) was once just a stored page in history. But it's original owner couldn't quite bear to part with it and so handed it over into the capable hands of Macco Motors. One of their biggest challenges soon became one of their biggest triumphs after more than just a few months of painstaking hard work and dedication. Completely reconstructed this once lifeless Suzuki Katana has been given a new lease on life.
I can't wait for this one to hit the shelves. The G-Shock GPW-1000 GPS Solar Powered Watch ($TBA) originally hit the internet in spring as a concept, but the news is it will get a full release sometime later this year. The GPW-1000 is one of the most anticipated from the G-Shock this year. It features two-time correction systems that calibrate time by using GPS data and radio waves. This enables the watch to keep accurate time beyond the capabilities of conventional watches. Additional features include battery and solar power and indices for city and latitude location. We'll post an update when it hits stores
Why settle for just a plain ole pocket key chain knife when you can get something with a little flare. Samurai swords have been known for centuries as some of the most powerful and yet elegant weapons. The Pocket Samurai Titanium Keychain Knife ($40) incorporates the style of a Japanese Samurai sword into your everyday carry arsenal. The blade is made from 440C stainless steel and measures just over two inches. The handle is made from grade 5 titanium and when closed measures just 2.66". The Pocket Samurai Knife can help you open packages, cut zip ties, or anything else you can think of.