Juice box giving you problems? This baby sticks right in. Stab an orange for an instant juice drink. Stab it through an aluminum can and you have yourself a metal juicebox. This space age marvel is just $15. Drink anything anywhere at anytime.
Puzzles can be fun. They can be frustrating. They can flex your brain muscles. And now they can be deadly. This might look like a simple 3D metal puzzle, but it holds a deadly secret: if you put some of its pieces together in the proper way, it will turn into a real working gun.
That’s right. If you take about 20 of the pieces in this 125-piece puzzle and put them together in the right way, you will have a fully-functional .45 caliber handgun with a single shot. We can only assume that this would be great for assassins.
These EXOvault cases for the iPhone look down right awesome. Each is handmade from metal, and some models are engraved with intricate designs. They add a touch of old world metal chic to your iPhone. Each of EXOvault’s cases are crafted from lightweight metals, like brass or anodized aluminum, and feature an inlaid rosewood accent on back.
There’s also a minimal black aluminum case that looks pretty decent. They are priced at $110 to $165. All of the cases are designed for the iPhone 3GS, but hopefully they will out some iPhone 4 designs soon.
This Star Trek Metal business card holder doesn’t beat around the bush. It tells your business contacts that you are a nerd and can qoute lines from any episode. It also tells them that they will be swiftly corrected should they get an episode title wrong or a planet name.
You are also telling them to Live Long and Prosper or you will give them a Vulcan nerve pinch. Thanks to the recent Trek reboot movie’s popularity, you may not even get laughed at. So now is the right time. The Star Trek Metal Business Card Holder is just $12.99.
They won’t get you very far very fast as you walk, stop and dig for treasure, but at least you’ll keep busy. If you are already walking around with a metal detector and a large set of headphones, this should improve your look at least.
These metal detecting sandals will help to keep others away from your treasure too, because they are much more subtle than the typical detector. The right sandal connects to a removable battery pack that’s strapped to your calf and a coil in the sandals does all the work.
The Vertu Ascent Ti Damascus Steel was apparently developed by relying on “ancient steel forging” techniques. The kind used throughout the centuries to make Samurai swords. This results in the metal being harder. The specs aren’t exactly mind blowing, with a QVGA display, S40 user interface, GSM/UMTS connectivity, a 3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash and 4GB of internal memory.
There will only be a hundred available, so expect to pay a pretty penny for this handset that’s as tough as a sword. We don’t have a price just yet.
SGP makes metal skins for iPhones, iPods, cell phones, MP3 players, laptops and cameras. The skins are made of 24K gold plating or thin nickel and comes with a precision cut face plate. A word of warning, you better have a steady hand. The company warns, “Handle with Care. Thin and Sharp edge of this product may cause hurt.” You don’t want to experience the dreaded hurt, so be careful.
Each kit comes with skin and accessory stickers at prices between $14.99 and $24.99. They also carbon fiber, wood and leather covers. Maybe it’s just me, but do you really want to cover your beloved gadget in this crap? I mean, if you love your device, you probably love or at least admire it’s looks.
Check out this amazingly awesome rubber band gun based on the Konami PlayStation3 videogame Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. The gun is of course made out of stainless steel and even includes a “precision laser pointer” to make sure you hit your target. The gun was designed by a Japanese fan who had a lot of time on his hands, rubber bands and mad skills with stainless steel. Is this heavy gun not a thing of beauty? Check out the video below to see it in action.