Saturday, March 14, 2009

Chrome Cobra Hoodie

100% Merino backed with fleece.


Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Apple Aluminum 13" MacBook

Body is CNC'ed out of a solid block of aluminum, and it comes with 2gb of RAM standard. Of course, I'm shooting for 4gb of RAM along with the 128gb solid-state hard drive. Running Logic Studio on this machine would be glorious.


Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Samsung S5

Portable MP3 player with built-in usable speakers, Bluetooth, and alarm functionality? Sweet, it's pretty much all I want in a DAP.


Koss KSC35

These are some of the best portable headphones, and are sold at a very reasonable price of $50.

They will be a nice replacement for my older Koss headphones that use an identical driver, which I have been very happy with.


Sunday, January 25, 2009

Yo-yos: One Drop M1, Anti-Yo The Busine$$

I was trying some tricks on my old Spintastics Tigershark last night with a few cans of Tecate in my stomach, and I drunkenly thought to myself, "Shit, I should buy myself one of those fancy all metal yo-yos." I did some searching, and apparently this little guy is the cheapest all metal yo-yo one can buy, and while it may be cheap, it supposedly kicks some serious yo-yo butt (note that I just said, "serious yo-yo butt").

I want to get one with mismatched black and yellow sides, along with neon purple string -- so fly.


However, since this certain item on the Wishlist doesn't feel out of reach enough at a measly $60, I feel like I should also list Anti-Yo's The Busine$$.

Selling price is $89.99, only 450 were made, and it looks really nice. However, it's still not quite as baller as this.


Saturday, January 24, 2009

Brooklyn Industries Ellis Pea Coat

I actually just bought the Governor Top Coat, but upon receiving it, I realized that a knee length coat was not the best choice for biking, and that I probably should have bought this pea coat instead (if they had it in my size).

Merino wool, white stitching around the button-hole on the lapel, and polka dots on the lining make this coat awesome in my book(blog).


Thursday, January 22, 2009

Fenix LD10

Great "tactical" flashlight for the money. I want to use one as a bike light since it's much cheaper, yet almost as bright as those heavy, rechargable bike lights that sell for around $100.


Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Creative Vado HD

1280 x 720 resolution in a small size (3.9" x 2.2" x 0.6") -- perfect for sneaking into venues. Out of all the pocket sized HD camcorders, this one is supposedly the best of the bunch, at least according to this nerd.


Monday, January 19, 2009

Knives: Sebenza, Pure Komachi, H.A.L.O.

I've been somewhat busy, so I haven't been able to update. But now, I'm not, so here's some knives.

Chris Reeve Sebenza.

Titanium handle, S30V stainless steel blade, and this particular model has a blue anodized thumb stud for style points. This is quite possibly the finest folder available.


Pure Komachi Kitchen Knives.

My house currently lacks any sort of kitchen knife, and these color-coded blades would make cooking much easier, and cuter.


Microtech H.A.L.O.

There is no logical reason to own a Microtech H.A.L.O. This knife's sole purpose is to be used as a weapon, even though a knife is possibly one of the worst weapons you could use in the 21st century.

However, it's uselessness does not detract from the fact that this thing is
bad ass. And that's my justification for wanting to own one of these suckers.


Monday, January 12, 2009

Boss Micro BR Digital Recorder

4 track recorder with built-in effects and a drum machine, and it's only a bit larger than an iPod. It also plays MP3 files, which means it can be an iPod-like device, but with much better sound quality.


Sunday, January 11, 2009

Carter Machine Mini-Buzzard

After finding my CCI Phantom that had been sadly neglected in storage, I felt a sudden urge to go out and play some paintball again. Sadly, my current living situation makes a paintball adventure a no-go, but it doesn't stop me from wanting to buy something.

The Carter Machine Buzzard is the best pump marker money can buy, and in 2008, a new design was made that
restructured the Buzzard into a more compact size.

Small is sexy.

At least when it comes to paintball markers.


Saturday, January 10, 2009

King of Mercia

This certain post is inspired by/dedicated to a friend who is in the market for a touring frame. The King of Mercia is well regarded by the touring community, it's hand-made in England to your custom specifications (changes in geometry have no charge), it's extremely pretty, and the price is very cheap, considering it's a custom frame.

And it's really, really pretty.


Although, getting an "off the peg" Bob Jackson would be a bit more reasonable, and it comes with a few more features. It also has the potential to be just as pretty.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Marcella Foschi Cassette Wallet

Very neat, very cute, somewhat functional. I want one.


Thursday, January 8, 2009

Mackie SRM350v2

Probably some of the nicest speakers to throw house parties with. Most piss-guzzling (Natural Light drinking) college students wont appreciate the stunning sound quality, but why settle for less? Answer: Because it's over $1,000 for a pair.

I guess I could just collect some money at the door.


Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Triumvir Nike Dunk Dutch Haze 2005

Hand painted by the founder of Triumvir back in 2005. Probably sold off by now, but I still want them for their gaudy inappropriateness.


Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Insect City Bomber

Vertically laminated bamboo surrounded by multiaxial fiberglass.

Length: 32" (81.28cm)
Width: 8" (20.3cm)
Form: Camber/Concave
Wheelbase (inner hole to inner hole): 25" (63.5cm)

This will make the flats fun.


Monday, January 5, 2009

Yonex RQ iS 1 Tour XL 95 Lite

Just got back into playing tennis, so now I want a new racquet. All Yonex racquets have a larger sweet spot than usual due to their "Isometric Square" shape, or whatever (it's kinda square'ish), which is pretty neato, and makes for a very forgiving racquet that still has good feel and control.


Sunday, January 4, 2009

Rapha Tweed Softshell

Rapha is one of the few companies that doesn't waste high-tech, functional construction on unfashionable design. Meet the nicest cycling jacket, ever.

Luxury Schoeller® Tweed in Prince of Wales check (69% wool, 21% nylon, 8% PU membrane, 2% elastane). Alcantara® shoulder pad for abrasion and stain resistance. Highly breathable. Windproof and water-resistant. Single rear pocket with welt finish. Zipped arms vents for improved ventilation. Reflective piping for security.


Saturday, January 3, 2009

Pink Ruger 10/22

A classic, fun .22 rifle that can be endlessly modded, and it comes in pink.


I want to put a Hello Kitty sitcker on the butt and head over to the local firing range.

Friday, January 2, 2009

Panasonic G1

Smallest "DSLR" to date.
Adapters for legacy lenses.
3 different colors.

Along with the 20mm f1.7 lens planned for production this year, It would replace my Hexar AF Silver as a small, unobtrusive shooter.