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DeLorean USB Flash Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on November 24th, 2010

Flash Rods makes a habit of finding the coolest die-cast cars to integrate flash drives into. In this case they have transformed a 1:18 scale model of the DeLorean DMC-12 car from the Back to the Future movie into a fully working 500GB USB flash drive.

This highly detailed car/flash drive features both gull wing doors and a hood that you can open. It makes the perfect geek storage device. Doc Emmet Brown and Marty McFly would be proud.

Back To The Future shoes with power laces

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2010


One of the coolest clothing gadgets in Back To The Future Part 2 were the shoes with power laces. That movie was made in the 1980s and here we are in 2010. Where is it? Right here.

Almost. As it stands now, the motor is still a bit large and it isn’t quite as quick as the movie version, but hey at least someone out there made it happen.

Most realistic Back To The Future DeLorean ever could be yours

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2009

This makes my eyeballs very happy. This is the absolute most realistic BTTF DeLorean we have ever seen. It’s probably the most realistic one that exists. Period. And it’s on eBay. So you could own this baby. Starting Bid is $89,000.00. You might recognize the house too as the photo shoot took place at the Pasadena home that was once Doc Brown’s.

This 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 was built by Gary Weaver, a Back to the Future fan who is also apparently the authority on DeLorean time-machine replicas. He also owns BTTFparts.com, which I’m sure helped tremendously. Even so, this car took six years to complete.

Back To The Future hoverboard on ebay: $30k

Posted in eBay by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2008

Back To The Future hoverboard on ebay: $30kThey weren’t kidding about inflation in the Back To The Future movies. A genuine wooden Mattel hoverboard used by Marty McFly himself in Back to the Future II and III is up for auction on ebay. The entry price is $30,000.

But that’s not really news. The movie taught us that everything is more expensive in the future. It’s like $3000 for a Pepsi. Some collector with more money then sense will probably think it’s worth getting their hands on the hoverboard, after all it’s considered the “best example of all wood hoverboards to have survived the rigors of filming,”.