The 1980s were a great decade for some awesome movies, and a good example of this is 48 Hrs. ($8). Directed by Walter Hill and starring Nick Nolte, Eddie Murphy, and Annette O’Toole, this movie is a must-have for anyone who loves the comedy crime genre. 48 HRS. is about the unlikely pairing of a cop and a wise-cracking criminal who work together to find a killer. Some of the top scenes include Eddie singing Roxanne, Luther and the car door, the western bar scene, and Nick and Eddie's fight scene. This is without a doubt Eddie Murphy's best movie.
If your looking to add a little Camo to your everyday carry, you need to check out the new Casio G-Shock Camo Watch Pack ($150-$175) being offered by End Clothing. The Pack features Casio's X6900CM and 120CM models in Tiger Camo Green & Grey, and Forest Camo Red & Green respectively. Both models feature a 5 second countdown auto-start with 24 hour countdown, water resistance to 200m, world time with 29 time zones, alarm with snooze, and an LED backlight with afterglow.
Lego and Shell have entered into a partnership to co-promote each of their brands. This seems like one of the most misguided business partnerships I've heard to date. Some believe that by entering into this agreement, Lego is soiling its name and possibly using its leverage with young people to sway opinion. Check out the video and let us know if it swayed you at all.
There is nothing worst than getting caught in the rain and ending up with a brown stripe up your back from mud kicked up by your back tire. The Plume ($35), a recoiling mudguard, provides protection when you need it most. And because it's recoiling, it becomes a low profile rolled tube when it's not needed. You can even extend the Plume when you're riding your bike, it's that easy. The Plume is as well designed as it is functional. Made to be hard to steal, it has a stainless-steel spine that wraps around you're bikes seat post. If you have a non-standard oversized post you might be out of luck.
Although this Porsche has just sold for $3 million, it's so cool we just had to bring it to your attention. If you're a dedicated fan of vintage motorsport than you are sure to have seen Sir Stirling Moss and his incredible 1961 Porsche 718 RS61 ($3 MILLION) in action. The very last vehicle to have witnessed Stirling's last competitive race this wonderful classic has been faithfully restored to its once former glory. For one lucky guy this was a once in a lifetime opportunity to become the owner of this 4-cylinder, 2-seater piece of history.
The Feenix Aria Headphones ($349) introduce gamers to audiophile sound quality. The first thing you notice about these beautiful headphones is the acoustic chamber made entirely from Japanese Pine wood, which gives you a warm and rich sound. Inside the chamber is a 50mm full range neodymium magnet driver. It delivers studio monitor sound performance and a frequency range of 10Hz - 26kHz. The features don't end there, the ear pads are made from 100% memory foam and protein leather to give you the highest level of comfort and breathability. You also get amazing voice recording from the studio grade cardioid clip microphone. The unidirectional mic clip allows you to attach the mic to your keyboard, monitor, lapel, etc. and only pickup your voice. Each set of headphones is handmade and hand finished and comes with a 6.3mm stereo jack adapter and USB adapter.