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Posted Wednesday 04/07/2010 3:41 PM
Filed Under: Style | Watches
Casio Pathfinder PAW1500-1V
Casio's Pathfinder watchers are seriously burly and the PAW1500-1V has the harriest chest of them all. It's water resistant to 200 meters and has a digital compass, altimeter, barometer and thermometer built right in. In addition to that standard survival stuff, it also has a moon graph and a tide indicator. It has atomic time-keeping so it's ultra-accurate and it's solar powered so you won't be stuck with a crappy bracelet when what you really need is an adventure watch. It retails for $350, which is pretty reasonable when you consider that it will probably last forever and may, at some point, prevent you from becoming bear food in the woods.
Posted Wednesday 04/07/2010 10:27 AM
Filed Under: Style | Jackets
Scottevest iPad Travel Vest
When the iPad was announced, there was talk of a rebirth of the manpurse to facilitate easy carrying. That's unacceptable. Slightly more acceptable is Scottevest's 22-pocket vest, including one opening big enough to accomodate Apple's new device. It's made from a cotton/nylon blend, so it breathes and you won't sweat all over your gadgets. The site claims it can hold all the stuff you would normally cram into your carry-on suitcase when you're going on a trip. You'll have to order a size large or bigger to fit the iPad in the pocket, but they're available up to size XXXL, so don't worry if you're a big fat guy who wants to put an entire desktop PC in the pocket.
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Axe Twist

By Fresno
Posted Wednesday 04/07/2010 12:00 AM
Filed Under: Body | Hygiene
Axe Twist
You’re sitting in a crowded, smoky bar (no one’s smoking, because of the ban, but still, somehow, it’s smoky). The lights are low. You look across the bar and see a gorgeous [insert preferred hair color here]. She flicks her hair back across her shoulder and your eyes meet. They lock. For a split second that seems like an eternity, sound and all surrounding sights stop. It’s just you. And Her. You feel a connection. You start to smile, then…thud. She raises one eyebrow, visibly scoffs, and turns her attention back to her vodka soda and lime. With your ego bruised and your mojo mowed down like a rabbit on the freeway, you stare back into your beer and wonder why…but we all know why! Girls get bored easily. It’s as simple as that.  That eternity you just spent gazing into her eyes? She was like, over it before it began. The fact is chicks need to be entertained in some sensual way, and quickly…lucky for us the people at AXE know this!

Developed with the help of world-renowned fragrance experts, alongside a group of young guys and girls and released this week, AXE has created TWIST.  What starts as fresh notes of citrus and lime to arrest her attention, ‘twists’ into something earthier with notes of cedar and sandalwood. We have 10 prize packs to give away today, each including a Dry Stick, a Body Spray and a Fresh Stick with the signature Twist fragrance.

AXE has her sense of smell sorted…that’s one down guys! 4 to go.
Posted Tuesday 04/06/2010 12:00 AM
Filed Under: Gear | Media
After Dark Horrorfest 4: Hidden on DVD
There are plenty of movies about going home, none of them scarier than Garden State, but that crapfest, this one is actually supposed to be hard to watch. The story is of a guy whose mom dies, leaving him an estate that's jam-packed with horrible secrets and awful truths the protagonist never really wanted to deal with. Of course, all of that is still probably not as bad as dealing with a real estate agent, so getting a free house is probably worth it. There's blood, tension and twisted family dynamics, which make it the perfect flick to put on next time your mom decides to give you crap for only calling once a month.

HP Slate

By Fresno
Posted Monday 04/05/2010 4:29 PM
Filed Under: Gear | Computers
HP Slate
Hey, have you guys heard about this iPad thing? Apparently it's like a computer, only with no keyboard and old people understand it even less than normal machine. But, Apple isn't the only game in town when it comes to computers that like to be poked, prodded and swiped. HP has been slowly leaking out information about their upcoming Slate and it looks like it could have some real legs. Unlike the iPad, it has an SD card slot, a USB port and it's built on Windows 7, so you can look at websites with Flash. It'll be out later this summer, at which point dorks can have heated arguments about whether or not it's better than the iPad.
Posted Monday 04/05/2010 12:00 AM
Filed Under: Gear | Media
After Dark Horrorfest 4: The Reeds DVD
We're smack in the middle of our scary movie give away slaughterfest and today's installment comes from across the pond. This movie is the story of a party of kids from London who take a boat out on the water, only to find something terrible chilling out in the plants growing out of the water. You can tell that the actors are really British, mainly because they have names like Emma Catherwood. Just be careful after watching. It might make you afraid to head out onto gross swamps.
Posted Friday 04/02/2010 1:49 PM
Filed Under: Gear | Computers
Greens Forged Steel Mousepads
Look at your mouse pad right now. Chances are you got it from the bank when you signed up for a checking account and haven't thought about it since. These solid metal mousepads on the other hand, won't let you forget about them. The Ravenholm is shaped like a saw blade, which means you'll have to be on your game when you're trying to get your game on or else you're going to end up in the hospital. The other pads, like the Teardrop and the Cirque du Pwnage are equally as awesome and a lot less dangerous. They weigh between 1.5 and 4 pounds, which means they could also probably double as a weapon if someone was to come at you right in the middle of a game of <em>MW2</em>.

KFC Double Down

By Fresno
Posted Friday 04/02/2010 1:29 PM
Filed Under: Food/Drink | Food
KFC Double Down
Let us first say that you shouldn't be eating fast food every day. But when you do, you should be making novelty eatin excursions of epic proportions. No sandwich makes that easier than KFC's new monster, the Double Down. Inside you'll find two pieces of bacon, two slices of cheese (pepper jack and regular jack for those keeping score) and Colone's Sauce, which is apparently some kind of orange mayonaise. Rather than wrapping all of that in boring bread, that beautiful mind they call Colonel slapped it between two boneless pieces of original recipe chicken. Sure, you can get it on grilled chicken, too, but guy rule number 1 is as follows: If you can get a sandwich on fried chicken instead of bread, you get it. No questions asked. It debuts on April 12th. Frankly, we can't wait.

Kill Theory on DVD

By Fresno
Posted Friday 04/02/2010 12:00 AM
Filed Under: Gear | Media
Kill Theory on DVD
Did you make it through April Fool's Day without anyone unscrewing the top of the salt shaker and ruining your lunch? We didn't. But, even though we might be doing some hard time for prank-induced assault, we still have a prize for you today. We're halfway home on our After Dark Horrorfets give aways and this installment is the story of seven college students (seeing a pattern?) who are terrorized by a psycho while they're on vacation. The rules of the game: Kill each other by the end of the night and the one left alive gets to stay that way. We're going to try the same thing at work today. It's still better than going to HR meetings.
Posted Thursday 04/01/2010 2:02 PM
Filed Under: Gear | Gaming
iCade: The iPad Arcade Cabinet
See? This is one of the many reasons we hate April Fool's Day. Every year, Think Geek drops some kind of really awesome gadget and then it ends up being fake. This year, it's a full-on, miniature arcade cabinet designed for Apple's hype-laden iPad. It has two buttons and a joystick, which is really all we have ever needed to have a good time. Unfortunately, you can't buy it, but that doesn't mean there isn't hope. In the past, demand from geeks has actually convinced them to make their silly products. So, if you're on-board, get to e-mailing them to tell them how furious you are. Or, just cheer up and have a laugh.
Posted Thursday 04/01/2010 12:00 AM
Filed Under: Gear | Media
Zombies of Mass Destruction on DVD
Well, here it is, April Fool's Day and we bet you were expecting us to put on some kind of goofy give away with a product that may or may not be real. But, we kind of hate April Fool's Day, so instead we're bringing you a real give away for a really kick-ass DVD. It's part of our After Dark Horrorfest give away and it has everything you could ask for in a zombie flick. A band of rebels take on the crushing horde of undead jerks who keep trying to insist that they eat the brains of the inhabitants of a small town. It's funny, gory and overall awesome. Now, don't you have plastic wrap to put over the toilet seat or something?

Memory Chair

By Fresno
Posted Wednesday 03/31/2010 6:12 PM
Filed Under: Digs | Living Room
Memory Chair
A while back we showed you the Do Hit Chair that comes as a block of metal and needs to be pounded into shape with a hammer. Designer Tokujin Yoshioka has taken a similar concept that involves just as much sitting, but a lot less manual labor. The Memory Chair is made from a special fabric composed of recycled aluminum, which allows the chair to memorize your body shape. We assume there's some kind of internal structure to hold up the foil, otherwise it would smash completely flat, especially after we put down a few of the burgers from the Cheese & Burger society website.
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