Take Harrison Ford, give him a hat, a bullwhip and a brilliant script and you have one of the greatest adventure movies ever made. Raiders Of The Lost Ark ($10) introduced us to the brilliant archaeologist Indiana Jones, a man with a penchant for getting himself into some quite bizarre situations. Directed by Steven Spielberg and with a worthy supporting cast that includes Karen Allen and Paul Freeman, this movie is race between Jones and the Nazis to find the legendary Ark of the Covenant. It's hard to believe its been 33 years since this movie was first released, and it is as enjoyable today as it was back then.
http://youtu.be/4Pavz9uF0pM If you're afraid of heights then you probably don't want to check out this video. Shade Ziat is one if not the best Russian Free Runner. And based on this video it's easy to see why, the guy has nerves of steel. If you liked our Biting Elbows 'Bad MotherF&#ker' video then you'll love this one. The video is shot entirely in POV and features a tall Russian building and other locations.
Eastpak and A.P.C have gotten together to create a great backpack for daily use or that weekend get away. The military inspired A.P.C. x Eastpak Camo BackPack ($305) is a functional, yet minimal bag that is made from quality materials. The bag features an all over camouflage print, leather detailing, metal hardware, and fabric blend nylon straps. This rugged piece would make a great additional to any arsenal.
Bike computers can provide all kinds of information but let’s be honest they usually suffer from information overload, don’t they? The Omata One GPS Bike Speedometer ($500) is designed to combat this problem, it works by pairing modern technology with the traditional style of an analog readout. It includes a GPS chip that will track all your data and keep it stored so you can download straight to your app or service of choice. So while biking you can focus on the essential information: speed, distance, ascent and of course time. So keep your focus on the road ahead with this wondrous gadget that’s the perfect hybrid of the old and the new.
Yet another slice of comedy genius delivered piping hot by the Monty Python team. Co-directed by Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam and starring the usual suspects of Gilliam, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, John Cleese and Graham Chapman, Monty Python The Holy Grail ($10) takes us back to medieval times and follow King Arthur and his knights on the trail of the Holy Grail. There are, of course, numerous silly obstacles to overcome and this is way more fun than the actual Arthurian legend.
The Bradley Timepiece ($128) is a watch you can feel to tell the time. The Bradley was created to help the sight impaired, but it's also a well designed and stylish timepiece anyone can wear. It has a titanium body with raised hour marks. The major marks have additional texture to differentiate them from the minor marks. A side ball bearing indicates the hour and a front ball bearing indicates the minutes. You can get either a stainless steel mesh, or fabric & leather band in mustard, olive green or silver blue. Based on successful funding of their Kickstarter delivery is expected end of November.